Fortina files second Balluta Bay pontoon application despite pending appeal
Balluta Bay residents who’d been relieved when controversial plans
Urgent action needed against online gender-based violence and attacks on female journalists – UN Report
Despite the impressive gains made by women, gendered censorship
Mellieha Bay to suffer ‘major negative impact’ from new hotel project, EIA report says
A proposed redevelopment of the iconic Mellieha Bay Hotel
Six years after his death, family of teenage workplace victim Matthew Bartolo still awaits justice
Six years after the workplace death of a teenager
Labour party media blackout on coverage of Daphne Caruana Galizia’s fourth anniversary
Despite a full weekend in which high-ranking EU officials,
‘Investigative journalists in Malta are still marginalised’ – Reporters Without Borders
“In Malta, I have the impression that journalists, especially
International press freedom organisations ‘will closely monitor’ implementation of public inquiry findings
Five international press freedom organisations have stressed their commitment
Our pledge to Daphne Caruana Galizia
Four years after the heinous assassination of Malta’s leading
Malta scores below regional average in new rule of law report
Malta has ranked below the regional average in every
New Gozo courthouse announced in 2013 still languishing on plan
Eight years after the announcement of the building of
Investigating attacks is how journalists should fight back
The Shift News investigation into the network of secret
On the abuse of office
“What’s in it for you?” is perhaps one of
Saviour Balzan bags another €20,000 as justice minister renews his PR consultancy contract
Media Today co-owner Saviour Balzan has bagged another €20,000
International press freedom organisations to visit Malta on anniversary of Daphne Caruana Galizia’s murder
Five international press freedom organisations will be visiting Malta
Superintendence for Cultural Heritage was not consulted on metro project
The Superintendence for Cultural Heritage (SCH) has told The
Maltese worker injured on duty fired by employer holding him responsible for damages
A Maltese truck driver and machinery operator, Joseph Spiteri,
Justice Minister puts judge’s daughter on his ministry’s payroll
The 26-year old, recently-qualified daughter of former Labour deputy
Police force refuses to disclose regulations on body camera use
The police force has refused to disclose a copy
Geologist flags ‘many questionable aspects’ of metro proposal
A geologist has flagged the “many questionable aspects” of
Nobel Peace Prize shows vital role journalism plays in peace and democracy
The award of the Nobel Peace Prize to two
280 workplace health and safety court cases decided in seven years, none lead to jail time
None of the 280 decided judicial cases related to
Disinformation Watch: Keeping Things in Check #6
On 4 October, the social media platforms Facebook, WhatsApp
Decision to ban hunting at Qawra Point is ‘legislation by spectacle’
The government’s decision to ban hunting at Qawra Point
New record: 350 direct orders in 6 months by Transport Malta cost taxpayers €13.6 million
Another raft of direct orders in the first six
National Audit Office asked to investigate Corinthia deal at Hal Ferh
Independent candidate Arnold Cassola has requested the National Audit
Stark warning about greylist-driven risk issued around sale of €16.5m Savoy Shopping Arcade
Experts commissioned to write a bond issue prospectus published

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