Electrogas ‘reveals’ volume of LNG supply from SOCAR
Electrogas Malta said it sees “great potential” in the
Italian coast guard says it has moral obligation to save those at sea
There is an unwritten rule embedded in the soul
State trolling on women uses misogynistic language
Every identified instance of state-sponsored trolling involving female victims
Reporters Without Borders calls on Italian authorities to condemn death threats against journalist
Reporters Without Borders (RSF) called on the Italian authorities
Anniversary of death of anti-mafia prosecutor Paolo Borsellino
On Sunday, 19 July 1992, at around 4.57pm, a
UN report sheds light on situation in Libya
The image of a dead migrant woman and her
Investigative journalist’s murder inquiry ‘inadequate and violated human rights’ – European court
The investigation into the murder of prominent Russian investigative
Government move to help band club stops court from being able to decide other case
An appeals court postponed its decision on whether to
Five shots fired at Italian journalist’s home
An Italian journalist was targeted in the dead of
Government handed “red card” at Castille protest
There was enough evidence to know that Prime Minister
‘Lack of action against Nexia BT reveals hijacking of regulatory authorities’ – Casa
The continued exemption of audit firm Nexia BT from
Italian investigative journalist receives death threat
Italian investigative journalist Marilù Mastrogiovanni has received hundreds of
‘Murders of journalists cannot be tolerated in the EU’ – Justice Commissioner
Interview by Jane Whyatt The Justice Commissioner of the
French and Maltese anti-corruption organisations request Council of Europe monitoring of MFSA
French and Maltese anti-corruption organisations called on MONEYVAL –
UPDATED: Owen Bonnici defends V18 chairman in grilling at twin capital of culture
Updated to include reaction from CEO of Leeuwarden Friesland
Simon Busuttil wins case on recusal of Judge Antonio Mizzi
Judge Antonio Mizzi’s refusal to recuse himself from a
UPDATED: EBA finds FIAU shortcomings on supervision of Pilatus Bank
Updated to include reaction from the FIAU and the
European Parliament votes in favour of improvements to work-life balance
Being able to take 10 paid days of paternity
EP debate on the safety of journalists brings Malta into focus
The act of murdering a journalist always originates from
Azerbaijani journalist detained with 13 others for social media posts
The founder of an independent website has disappeared in
UPDATED: MV Lifeline crew told court hearing was cancelled, too late
Crew members of the MV Lifeline turned up in
Maltese fathers could benefit from 10 days of paid paternal leave
The Work Life Balance Directive currently being negotiated by
Satabank fined €60,500 by MFSA
Satabank has been fined €60,500 as an administrative penalty
NGOS helping migrants should not be punished – European Parliament
Individuals and NGOs offering humanitarian assistance to migrants through
Echoes of the past: problems at Mount Carmel are the result of years of inaction
The financial, safety and human resource shortcomings at Mount
NAO slams ‘unacceptable structural condition’ of Mount Carmel Hospital 
An audit carried out by the National Audit Office
13 Council of Europe members expelled in Azerbaijani bribery scandal
The Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe expelled
BirdLife calls on government to curb pollution caused by cruise liners
A BirdLife Malta study confirmed that the lucrative cruise
218 migrants die at sea in 48 hours, EU says no to repatriations to Libya
While Malta and Italy have closed their harbours to

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