Partisan politics making healthcare workers fighting pandemic vulnerable
A political u-turn by the government that withdrew the
Yorgen’s newest lawyer set to face grilling by investigatory committee
The young lawyer who appeared on the defence team
Keeping up appearances: new roles for familiar faces
Every time the Maltese government seemingly takes a step
Air Malta’s plan to fire majority of pilots stalled by court action
Action taken in court by the pilots’ association (ALPA)
Over €1 million in direct orders to James Fenech’s firearms company in 4 years
The company owned by arms dealer James Fenech has
Lawyer’s shift from AG’s office to Yorgen Fenech’s defence team ‘points to collusion’
The timing of lawyer Charles Mercieca’s transition from public
Siemens in breach of its commitment to US courts on Electrogas deal
The family of murdered journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia has
Pieter Omtzigt accuses Maltese government of handling institutional reform behind closed doors
Special rapporteur Pieter Omtzigt has called on the Maltese
Secret €4.5 million ‘deal’ with VistaJet revealed
Some €4.5 million of taxpayer’s money was funnelled into
BEAT Ltd given another €43,000 contract for Air Malta by Konrad Mizzi
A company co-owned by Konrad Mizzi’s childhood friend, David
COVID-19: Downtown Hotel fails ‘minimum standards’ for the elderly
Health Minister Chris Fearne has not answered questions on
Press freedom NGOs call on AG to ask Europol for joint investigation team on Caruana Galizia murder
Nine international press freedom organisations have appealed to Attorney
Court order reveals names of those charged with busting Libya sanctions
Two brothers are among the four charged with violating
US Embassy presents award to Caroline Muscat on World Press Freedom Day
The US Embassy paid tribute to murdered journalist Daphne
No comment from ARMS on IT company services linked to massive data leak
Local water and electricity services company ARMS Ltd has
‘Let journalists work’: Strong statements on World Press Freedom Day
The need for transparent and uncensored information was the
Urgent call for prefab hospital still undecided one month later
A rushed call last month for a prefabricated hospital
Labour fought off last night’s action by PN but larger battle remains open
The government last night moved an amendment to the
Government derails parliamentary motion to revoke €100 million payout to Steward Healthcare
The government derailed a motion filed by the Opposition
Malta is of ‘exceptional concern for press freedom’ – Council of Europe report
The Council of Europe’s platform for media freedom and
From arms to riches: the rise of James Fenech
From a shop in Mellieha’s Parish Square, which neighbours
Public outrage at Mario Philip Azzopardi after vilification of MEP
Updated with Minister for Culture and Arts Jose Herrera’s
European court orders Poland to suspend judiciary panel for lack of independence
Europe’s highest court has ordered Poland to suspend a
Size of Chinese embassy doubles since initial plans
The size and safety of a Chinese embassy, planned
Surge in racist and hate speech online following government decisions
Online hate has surfaced repeatedly over the past few
State authorities a source of threats to journalists in six countries – report
State authorities and its representatives were the major source
New direct order for illegal batching plant from Gozo Ministry
The Gozo Ministry has given yet another direct order
Over €1 million given to BEAT Ltd without competition
David Galea, Konrad Mizzi’s childhood friend, was given more
Over 20 press freedom NGOs present rule of law recommendations to Commission
The European Commission must effectively capture the challenges that
A call for nurses to come to Malta was taken up by some dodgy companies
A foreign recruitment agency on the hunt in India