Italian mafia hounds and maims journalist
Italian investigative journalist Maria Grazia Mazzola has been fighting
US court: Pilatus Bank owner guilty of breaching sanctions
Iranian banker and former owner of Pilatus Bank Ali
COVID-19: Survey of SMEs shows 35% can’t cope
A survey carried out by the Chamber of Small
S&P warns of dark clouds ahead, government blames Covid-19
Ratings agency Standard and Poor’s (S&P) on 13 March
Pilatus Bank owner ‘appears to have cheated justice in Malta’
A prominent US financial crime consultant has alleged that
Foreign filmmaker says reference to Daphne Caruana Galizia led Film Commission to revoke €20,000 grant
A foreign filmmaker has accused the Malta Film Commission
Close ties between Fenech and Valletta revealed in court
Updated to include Repubblika’s statement The close ties between
Reporters Without Borders unveils press freedom’s worst 20 digital predators
In 2008, Reporters Without Borders (RSF) and Amnesty International
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The huge lack of resources and the problems of
13 judges arrested in Slovakia for links to man charged with journalist’s murder
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The silence behind the SLAPP
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Journalist files second libel suit against Saviour Balzan
Former journalist Ivan Camilleri has filed another libel suit
Ali Sadr’s company arranged to pay apartment in Venezuela in US dollars
A witness told a US court that a company
Public official blocking door for journalists in Castille also in denial
A government official who was present following the infamous
‘Our island is just one theatre in a much larger conflict’
“It took a murder to make me realise that
‘EU climate law proposal is a surrender’
Environmental activist Greta Thunberg has criticised the new law
Citizens correct government’s dismissal of slain journalist on Women’s Day
Civil society organisations Occupy Justice and Repubblika added Daphne
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After almost seven years of the Labour Party in
Separated waste still being treated, not mixed – Wasteserv
A WasteServ spokesperson has told The Shift that separated
Times of Malta says it will sue journalist
The Times of Malta has said it will be
Updated: Shocking conditions in private home for the elderly contracted by government
An investigation by The Shift into the conditions in
Former Times of Malta journalist files judicial protest on unfair dismissal
Former Times of Malta journalist Ivan Camilleri is accusing
US court hears how Pilatus Bank owner hid nationality to avoid sanctions
The Assistant US Attorney has accused the owner of
The sting of a SLAPP
A US Republican congressman has filed a $250 million
Ronnie Vella: ‘I don’t remember’
A small village bar in Rabat, a cup of
Assange published documents to show human rights abuses – lawyers
The first part of the extradition trial of Wikileaks
‘Our grief must turn to anger’
A silent protest will be held this evening at
Coronavirus Malta Facebook page stokes fears for profit
The administrator of a Facebook group that shares ‘updates’
UPDATED: ‘No action has been taken’ against Film Commissioner
Updated to include support statement from the Chamber of

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