Daphne Caruana Galizia’s murder: a timeline of events
The three men accused of executing the murder of
The Shift receives Italian award for press freedom
The national association fighting for press freedom in Italy
UPDATED | EU directive loomed on Vitals’s secret owners
Updated with Socialist MEP Ana Gomes’ tweet over Joseph
ERA ignored again on ODZ petrol station
Malta’s Environment and Resources Authority (ERA) has been over
A teenage snapshot of cosmopolitan Malta
Foreign workers are often seen as a threat to
Dramatic decline in arraigned hunters
Only 100 hunters were arraigned in court for infringement
Daphne Caruana Galizia is La Repubblica’s Person of the Year
Italian daily La Repubblica has named slain journalist Daphne
Five new floors proposed on century-old townhouses in Sliema
The Planning Directorate is recommending the construction of five
Henley and Partners involved in Grenada diplomatic passports scandal
Henley and Partners, the private concessionaires awarded a multimillion-euro
Crime surpasses immigration as main concern in Malta
For the first time a public opinion poll assessing
Planning Authority still ‘analyzing’ 5,700 local plan submissions
The Planning Authority (PA) is still “analyzing” 5,700 submissions
Maltese banking practices under European Commission scrutiny
The European Commission is scrutinising Maltese banks to ensure
Il-Kenniesa pay tribute to Daphne Caruana Galizia and her work
People who will descend on Valletta for last minute
13-storey tower proposed in Qormi
An office block consisting of 13 storeys rising up
Electricity substation proposed at Ghadira for spare capacity for future developments
Enemalta wants to develop a 96 square metre electricity
Trust in Malta police tackling corruption falls by 6 points
The percentage of Maltese who believe that the police
Government “perplexed” by Ombudsman concerns on internal grievances unit
The government said it “was a bit perplexed” by
Residential block in ODZ proposed in Gharghur
A new application has been presented to develop a
Two months since Daphne’s death
A mass was held today at Bidnija church organised
Travel agents refuse to pay €10,000 mandatory deposit to Insolvency Fund
Travel agencies are up in arms and refusing to
Deputy Prime Minister distances himself from hospital deal
Deputy Prime Minister Chris Fearne distanced himself from the
Plans for Jerma site to host apartment complex and 13-storey hotel
The latest proposal being made by developer Charles Camilleri
Only 42 students enrol at Barts medical school in Gozo
The Barts Medical School in Gozo currently has 42
13 point increase in perception that tenders are rigged
The percentage of business who think that ‘corruption in
President says rule of law is ‘deterrent against autocracy’
Republic Day is seen as a bonus holiday in
New government unit ‘for guaranteed votes’
The intention behind the setting up of a permanent
€50,000 enough to offset impact of ODZ petrol station in Marsaskala
A one-time payment of €50,000 is being proposed as
Government offers ‘one stop shop’ for public officer complaints, Ombudsman concerned
The announcement that the government will be setting up
Art Deco cinema set to make room for block of apartments
The lido cinema in Birżebbuġa is set to make
Activists pressure minister on dismissals of key officials in Panama Papers investigations
Civil Society Network (CSN) has called on Finance Minister