€1,000 prize for alternative ideas to traffic
Project Aegle is kicking off a competition calling for
The catch behind the Blockchain Island gold rush
Crypto-exchanges moving to Malta before October could operate until
17 Black: Why no action against Mizzi and Schembri?
Socialist MEP Ana Gomes called on the Maltese authorities
‘If these are Malta’s best times, I’d like to know what hell is’ – residents
At White Rocks this morning, an individual felt compelled
Metsola welcomes new EU funds to support investigative journalism
In the wake of the horrific assassinations of journalists
‘If journalists cannot hold politicians accountable democracy is dead’ 
Daphne Caruana Galizia’s story sheds new light on the
How much does it cost to live in Malta?
Alcohol and cigarettes, food and beverages together with furnishing
Less spam mail after introduction of GDPR
The amount of spam email and registrations in spam-heavy
Russians purchasing property in Malta up by 40%
The demand to purchase property in Malta and Cyprus by
Facebook bans quiz app over concerns of misused data
Facebook has permanently banned the personality quiz app ‘myPersonality’
EU military expert warns against returning migrants to Libya
The former director of the Maltese coast guard, Colonel
Migrants depicted as criminals and a burden by media
Migrant groups are under-represented in media coverage and are
Russian trolls sow doubt about safety of vaccines
Russian trolls have been spreading a disinformation campaign on
European political parties to be fined for misusing personal data – Commission
The European Commission is working on a set of
A victory for anti-SLAPP measures
A US court upheld an anti-Slapp motion filed by
Daphne Caruana Galizia remembered on her birthday
Messages of love, support and sadness at the killing
Energy deal with Azerbaijan should prioritise human rights
Human Rights Watch (HRW) urged German Chancellor Angela Merkel
UNHCR appeals to Italy to disembark migrants
The UN Refugee Agency appealed to the Italian authorities
‘Governments have a duty and responsibility to not obstruct journalism’
Governments are using threats, intimidation, arrest and other means
Government slammed for failing to consult stakeholders on employment law
The recently suspended employment laws raised fundamental legal questions
Government slammed for withdrawing regulations protecting workers 
The confederation of Maltese Trade Unions (For.U.M.) and Movement
German banker pleads guilty to role in billion-dollar money laundering scheme involving Maltese company
A German private banker, Matthias Krull, pleaded guilty for
Measles epidemic hits record high in Europe
The measles epidemic sweeping Europe has reached an eight-year
Pope Francis’ message a sign that things had to change – Scicluna
Pope Francis’ apology to the victims of sexual abuse
Six months since Jan Kuciak’s murder, journalists say they will not forget
Slovakian Journalists and editors are concerned that killers of
Human smuggling ‘pivotal’ in irregular migration – report
Creating safe and legal routes for migrants and rebuilding
Pope Francis on child abuse: ‘We showed no care for the little ones’
Pope Francis reached out to the victims of sexual
Trump aide who protected Maltese ‘professor’ should be jailed – US investigation
The former campaign aide to US President Donald Trump
Shooting down good fortune
Storks are not just beautiful, they are intricately bound
Lifeline acquires new vessel to rescue people at sea
Mission Lifeline, whose rescue ship was impounded by the

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