Scandal: Minister Ian Borg’s buddy gets extraordinary allowance to boost his income
Minister Ian Borg’s chief canvasser, Jesmond Zammit, is being
No improvement for Malta in 2021 RSF world press freedom index
Malta has retained its lowest recorded position in the
Allied Newspapers appointed its own auditors to internal graft inquiry
When Allied Newspapers launched an internal inquiry following allegations
Inscribed in stone
There was obviously a commemorative plaque that needed unveiling
620 attacks on journalists during pandemic signals worsening global climate for the press
The COVID-19 pandemic proved to be a significant challenge
Founding fathers and anxious midwives
Some national Constitutions have confident Founding Fathers, who produce
Abuse of ID system: 11 Italians registered as ‘living’ with Darren Debono
Darren Debono, the former international footballer, currently facing money
EUROPOL highlights corruption in ‘serious organized crime threat assessment’
According to a EUROPOL report published on 12 March,
RSF praises ‘tremendous progress’ achieved by activists seeking justice for Daphne
Activists seeking justice for assassinated journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia
Start of Turtle-dove migration leads to illegal hunting of protected species in spring
With the first signs of Turtle-dove migration over Malta
Egrant was a house of mirrors
The Shift’s recent investigation into Egrant revealed how the
Montenegro risks losing a slice of its territory on Chinese ‘initiative’ Malta also joined
Following a string of scandals in Montenegro, linked to
Infrastructure Malta installs €350,000 water pipeline leading to… an abandoned factory
A new heavy-duty water pipeline has been installed in
James Piscopo becomes Zammit Tabona’s advisor
James Piscopo, the former CEO of the Labour Party,
Malta involved in Italian fuel tax fraud investigation worth €1 billion
Dozens of people have been arrested and almost €600
Labour’s ‘responsible’ drug abuse
Cannabis is Labour’s latest distraction tactic. In its relentless
Finding Egrant: What we know now
Egrant almost ended up owned by a Brazilian, which
Minister places convicted fraudster in charge of elderly services
The Minister for the Elderly, Micheal Farrugia, has recruited
Minister’s wife continues her private practice while appointed manager at Transport Malta
Transport Malta has set special working conditions for Deborah
We are not OK
It is enough to drive you insane. That feeling
Maltese newsrooms unite against contempt of court charges over public interest stories
“Criminalising such stories is the very opposite of what
Civil society out on bail 
If you want to understand why 79 non-governmental organisations
Marigold Foundation given over €500,000 in taxpayer funds while Joseph Muscat was PM
As NGOs currently navigate increasing red tape to raise
International calls for justice for Greek journalist gunned down in ‘professional hit’
The international human rights and media community has strongly
Birds in the hand…
Should suspected criminals, arrested and charged in court, be
John Dalli appears on Indian tycoon’s application for Dwejra development, despite denials
The personal email address of disgraced former European Commissioner
Are Maltese courts being used to settle Turkey’s political games?
The Maltese courts will decide on the case of
Sorry, not sorry: The political pseudo apology
On 5 April, Labour’s deputy leader, Daniel Micallef, said
SOCAR’s got a lot to hide
Azerbaijan’s State oil company didn’t want to share banking
Convent turned into Gozo Ministry offices by direct order
Dozens of employees at the Gozo Ministry have started

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