Activists protest against environmental damage at World Economic Forum
In the past few days, hundreds of protesters took
Head of Security Services testifies in public inquiry
Updated to include the government’s reply. Head of Malta
‘Shortfall in affordable housing’ contributing to forms of homelessness
The majority of people (65%) who used the YMCA
Some trees marked with spray paint will be removed for Central Link project
Infrastructure Malta has confirmed that the trees marked with
Malta misses deadline for EU plan to end secret company ownership
Malta is one of the EU countries that has
Amnesty bid to revoke licence for the Israeli spyware company linked to Maltese citizen
Human rights organisation Amnesty International is demanding Israel reign
Former FIAU chief passed documents on Schembri to ex-police commissioner
Former director of the Financial Intelligence Analysis Unit (FIAU)
Justyne Caruana resignation raises questions on Finance Minister and Attorney General
The tenability of other prominent individuals within the government
Streamcast deletes articles, closes Facebook page… then covers for Konrad Mizzi
Information can at times be gleaned from reactions to
Online harassment of women ‘worse in tone’ and ‘much more personalised’
Online harassment of women is “worse in tone, much
Police Commissioner Lawrence Cutajar’s resignation ‘long overdue’
The resignation of police commissioner Lawrence Cutajar, announced this
Prime Minister Robert Abela has to give clear answers to society
The protests would not stop until concrete action was
Maltese bank part of Mafia trail to hide millions from EU agricultural aid
A Maltese bank formed part of a “complex trail
NGO network calls on organisations and diplomats to monitor public inquiry
International NGO network IFEX has called on media, international
Kuciak family immediately suspected businessman Marian Kočner
The first week of the trial of the four
Reporters Without Borders expects Abela to start office by ending impunity
International NGO Reporters Without Borders has called on Prime
Daphne’s sons send open letter to Council of Europe monitoring committee
The open letter by the Daphne Caruana Galizia Foundation
Nexia BT confirm investment in Streamcast, deny cashing out
Editorial note: Nexia BT has sent us this statement
Busuttil’s top Brussels post ‘a testament to his abilities’ – Adrian Delia
The appointment of former opposition leader Simon Busuttil as
Police commissioner was not first on murder scene – Corinne Vella
The sister of murdered journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia called
Blockchain company that partnered with government in 2018 is closing shop
Blockchain company Omnitude, which partnered with the Maltese government
Donations to Labour Party always ‘above board’ – Sandro Chetcuti
Malta Development Association head Sandro Chetcuti confirmed that businesses
Prime Minister’s Office fails to answer on Omtzigt Wikipedia page modification
The Office of the Prime Minister has not replied
The Attorney General replies on Egrant inquiry criticism
In an article entitled ‘Attorney General acted ‘irresponsibly’ on
Maltese journalists told MEPs they fear for their safety
Maltese journalists from six independent media houses told a
Index on Censorship project to expose ‘vexatious’ legal threats on journalists
UK-based non-profit organisation Index on Censorship will be launching
No list of people who require protection – Former police chief Peter Paul Zammit
There is no list or documentation of people who
Matthew Caruana Galizia named in European Young Leaders 2020 class
Matthew Caruana Galizia has been announced as the one
Treatment of arrested migrants is inhumane – NGOs
Three NGOs strongly condemned the way a group of
The Prime Minister’s business is everyone’s business – Delia
Any “business” the Prime Minister had was everybody’s business

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