Steward freezes St Luke’s master plan as PM fails to deliver on pledge to amend tainted deal
Steward Healthcare, the American healthcare giant that took over
Renewed calls for legislation to protect journalists against financially-crippling SLAPP cases
PEN Malta has expressed its “dismay” at court reports
NGOs, local councils file crowdfunded appeal against DB Group’s Pembroke towers
After four years of appeals and demonstrations against DB
Controversy between teachers’ unions and education authorities escalates
The Union of Professional Educators (UPE) is voicing its
Heading straight for the brick wall
That famous ‘40,000’. According to The Times’ survey published
Public inquiry conclusions ‘could prevent murder of other journalists’ – Reporters Without Borders
The international campaign director for Reporters Without Borders (RSF)
Pegasus surveillance software: what is it and how does it affect you?
The Pegasus Project, an international effort coordinated by Forbidden
UK-sanctioned Colombian drug trafficker operates Maltese company under fake name
Updated to include Right of Reply. A Colombian national
Xemxija marina concession declared invalid following latest Transport Malta blunder
The process of building a new yacht marina in
We’re biased, and we’re cool with it
Much has been said about The Shift, ever since
Delusional vows won’t get us off grey list any faster
PN leader Bernard Grech pledged yesterday he would get
Gozo Ministry’s direct orders soar to €7.5 million in just six months
Gozo Minister Clint Camilleri has spent more than €7.5
Repubblika shoots down disgraced former EU Commissioner Dalli’s demands for apology
Repubblika president Robert Aquilina described the situation in Malta
‘High risk’ threats to media pluralism in Malta highlighted in report
The Shift’s efforts to ensure financial transparency by disclosing
‘Serious challenges’ remain in Malta’s rule of law efforts, despite reforms
Despite Prime Minister Robert Abela’s claims that the European
Repubblika protest in front of police headquarters profiles ‘criminals in command’
Carrying pictures of former police commissioners, ministers and government
The stories they were killed for: 4 investigative journalists in Europe targeted by organised crime
The assassination of investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia on
Delay, disrupt, distract: the oil scandal case stumbles on PL’s favourite tactics
Chief Justice Mark Chetcuti last week issued a blistering
Expanded list of Maltese PEPs extends scrutiny to much larger pool of connections
The conduct of the personal financial affairs of many
Moviment Graffitti slams Infrastructure Malta for using misleading expropriation tactics
Moviment Graffitti has today called for an investigation of
10 protests stymied during pandemic on fear of reprisals following police objections
The police have objected to ten protest applications citing
Local councils in the dark over designation of camping sites in Armier and Bahar ic-Caghaq
Two local councillors from Mellieħa and Naxxar confirmed that
Minister’s aide helped businessman slash his tax bill, but ‘no evidence of corruption’ found
An investigation by the Commission against Corruption into former
Scores of jobless scheme workers assigned to Gozo local councils, parliament told
The government’s jobless scheme has sent scores of workers
Does Malta’s new legal notice on vaccine certificates breach freedom of movement rights?
Confusion reigned among legal experts over the past week

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