18 days at sea: NGOs appeal for safe port for 49 rejected by Europe
Human rights NGOs said today they were “appalled beyond
Gzira residents oppose the Midi masterplan for Manoel Island
Gzira residents have come together to oppose the Midi
Aditus calls on government to open port for safe disembarkation of 49 stranded migrants
Human rights NGO Aditus has called on government to
EU steps up scrutiny of China cyber security risks
The EU is looking to step up scrutiny of
Report maps presence of Italian mafia in foreign countries, Malta tops list
Malta is the country with the highest number of
18 human rights NGOs’ appeal for men, women and children stranded at sea
The refusal by Malta and other European countries to
An open letter to Minister Edward Scicluna from a whistleblower
An open letter to Edward Scicluna, Finance Minister and
Six days stranded at sea
Five countries have denied the rescue ship MV Sea-Watch
They said it in 2018
We’ve heard and seen a great deal in 2018.
The Christmas of a Maltese troll
Christmas is a time for love, happiness, and goodwill
The Planning Authority’s top 5 profanities of 2018
This was again a good year for developers and
Love locks for your country, truth and justice
Activist group Kenniesa placed 40 poinsettias at the foot
Disinformation Watch #28: ‘You’re right, maybe you’re right, but it’s not our fault’
The Council of Europe’s Venice Commission, a body of
AI and ethics: EU expert group wants to know what you think
The European Commission has opened a consultation on draft
Malta to have first Blockchain bank despite money laundering concerns
Malta is set for its first blockchain based banking
€8,000 donation to women’s shelter from book on Daphne Caruana Galizia
Women’s shelter Dar Merħba Bik today received a donation
Female journalists, politicians get abusive tweets every 30 seconds
Female journalists and politicians were sent abusive or otherwise
2018 was worst year for violence and abuse against journalists – report
Journalists have never been subjected to as much violence
‘Robust progress’ on EU law that will increase rights for Maltese parents
Malta is one of the Member States that will
Over 350,000 signatures from EU citizens call for end to overfishing
Over 350,000 signatures from EU citizens calling for an
Protest messages, candles and flowers removed yet again
The messages, candles and flowers laid at the foot
Campaign calls for public support to end overfishing ahead of EU meeting
As EU Ministers meet on Monday to discuss fishing
Activist assaulted while laying flowers for Daphne Caruana Galizia
An activist was assaulted while laying flowers and candles
Transparency International calls out European Parliament on failure to investigate Azerbaijan bribes
In a letter sent to European Parliament today, Transparency
White Flag project ‘an elaborate scam the Environment Minister fell for’ – PN
Environment Minister Jose Herrera was asked to explain the
Minister’s aide calls PEN International executive a ‘biased shithole’
Sandro Mangion, the private secretary to the minister of
Repubblika demands suspension of all politicians under investigation
In a statement to mark World Anti-Corruption Day, civil
‘Where corruption is allowed to flourish, individuals are less safe’ – 90 human rights NGOs to EU
Ninety human rights and anti-corruption organisations from around the
One year anniversary: 5 reasons to support The Shift News
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Holy Smoke, One News is wrong again
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