Rule of law and press freedom in Malta criticised by UN Human Rights Council
The Maltese government has come under significant criticism for
OSCE Media Freedom Representative welcomes judgment for press freedom
The OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media has
Commission told to ‘investigate misuse of EU funds by tuna farm operators’
The European Commission has been asked to investigate any
U ejja, come on – it’s just €4 million spent on ‘false allegations’ in five months!
Another direct order of over €2 million was given
Looking through the glass bell jar
Nanna’s house was like Victory Kitchen. Huge pots and
Reporters Without Borders condemns latest threat against The Shift News
A new threat of possible legal action against Malta-based
Russian banker threatens The Shift News with SLAPP lawsuit
Only hours after a conference at the University of
Can you locate Rwanda on a map? It’s one of those countries trouncing Malta on women in parliament
Well designed gender quotas lead to significantly more women
Troika laundromat: How the Russians moved their money into the west
A huge data leak has implicated Citigroup, Raiffeisen, and
European civil liberties NGOs brand Labour Party ‘anti-EU’ ahead of elections
A Europe-wide campaign being waged by human rights organisations prior
Tales from the dark side of the Revolut revolution
Digital banking application Revolut is battling yet another scandal
Smoke and mirrors: The personal account of an AUM staff member
This is a guest post by a former staff
‘Strong support’ at European Parliament for phasing out cash-for-passport schemes
EU lawmakers have strongly recommended the phasing out of
Financial Crimes committee calls for action on SLAPP lawsuits and 17 Black
The European Parliament’s Committee on Financial Crimes, Tax Evasion
Attacks against journalists ‘outrageous’ – UN chief
UN chief António Guterres lamented on Monday that freedom
‘Impunity persists,’ son of murdered journalist tells UN Human Rights Council
As the UN Human Rights Council (HRC) began its
Blood donations replace marathon challenge
“The GIG Malta Marathon was cancelled due to bad
Gozo Channel crew in court over ‘abusive’ and ‘discriminatory’ practices
A direct order awarded by Gozo Channel to a
‘Misconduct was known’
Andreina Fenech Farrugia was appointed to the Fisheries Department’s
International press freedom organisations demand ‘justice for Ján’
Leading international press freedom organisations representing thousands of journalists
EP vote condemns Malta’s inaction on corruption, crime and protection of journalists
The European Parliamentary Committee on Civil Liberties, Justice, and
Government inaction on Pilatus Bank cost taxpayers €345,000
Government inaction on Pilatus Bank cost taxpayers €345,000 as
Links between Cambridge Analytica, Henley & Partners and Labour Party noted by UK Parliamentary Committee
The UK Parliamentary Committee for Digital, Culture, Media and
Disinformation Watch #31: On calls for votes for those who ‘love the country’
For anyone “to come here and give the impression
‘What happened to the masterminds?’
At the vigil marking 16 months since the assassination
Army promotions: Who will shoulder political responsibility?
The Ombudsman’s report confirming allegations that a massive number
Yorgen Fenech named as owner of gaming company involved in ‘criminal network’
Yorgen Fenech, owner of 17 Black, has been accused
Calls for investigation of Fisheries Department following bribery allegations
Allegations of bribery involving the Director of the Department
Joseph Schranz clarifies development in Villa Frere area
I write on behalf of Mr Joseph Schranz, in

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