Malta crowned ‘SLAPP country of the year’ for abusive, deterring lawsuits
Media freedom NGO Coalition Against SLAPPs in Europe (CASE)
Citizens, civil society call for Melita pipeline to be dropped ahead of EU funding vote
Over 1,000 Maltese citizens and 14 NGOs have signed
Maltese, Italian prime minister drop out of Libya energy summit
Prime Minister Robert Abela and his Italian counterpart Giorgia
Malta government hires UK PR firm Digitalis to ‘manage’ online reputation
The government has engaged reputation management company Digitalis, which
Steward Healthcare pursued for $50 million in US rental dues amid year of financial, legal woes
Steward Health Care System is being actively pursued for
Malta PM to address fossil-fuel heavy Libyan summit amid EU criticism over renewables, climate
Prime Minister Robert Abela is set to speak at
Council of Europe committee sees ‘no need for action’ on media, despite government delays
The Council of Europe’s committee of ministers “sees no
Malta asked to step up media freedom reforms, protection as it assumes OSCE chair
As Malta assumed the rotating chairmanship of the Organisation
When Malta made international headlines for all the wrong reasons
Aqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti. The year that has just
Opinion: Labour’s aura of secrecy
Aqra din l-opinjoni bil-Malti. “Falsehood flies, and truth comes
Alfred Zammit appointed FIAU director despite track record
Alfred Zammit, former deputy director at the Financial Intelligence
‘The fight for justice does not have a season’: 74 months on, vigil commemorates Daphne
The monthly vigil for truth and justice held on
Europe’s new media freedom law set to cause problems in Malta
European Parliament and Council negotiators agreed on Friday on
Opinion: The thin-skinned president
President George Vella had one last opportunity to show
The Shift for IPI: Future of Malta’s journalism, freedom of expression rests on hope of reform
While the Maltese government pats itself on the back
Malta slammed for lobbying for spyware use on journalists amid mounting media freedom failures
The Maltese government’s lobbying to allow legal surveillance of
Opinion: Freezing this Christmas
Daphne Caruana Galizia famously broke the news about the
European Parliament raises fresh concerns on rule of law
During a European Parliament discussion on Monday on the
Parliamentary speech highlights need for ‘action’ in reform for journalists’ protection
In a parliamentary speech on Wednesday morning, Opposition MP
Key information about FOI Act omitted in letter to Council of Europe
Justice Minister Jonathan Attard sent a letter to the
Opinion: Joseph Muscat’s blunder
This opinion piece is available in Maltese. “Today, for
Anti-corruption commission investigations ‘under-resourced’ raising questions on effectiveness
Investigations by the Permanent Commission Against Corruption, tasked with
Future of Maltese media at risk as journalists leave in droves, ‘scared’ to take up profession
Malta’s independent media sector is set to “die a
Report: 80% of journalist murders unpunished, EU less safe for media
Almost 80% of journalist killings have gone unpunished, with
Leak: Malta pipeline project still set for EU funds, despite links to murder trial
The TransGas pipeline, otherwise known as the Melita pipeline
Opinion: Integrity counts
In March 2023, the court declared the Vitals hospital
Opinion: The President, still failing in his duty
Tista taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti. When you think President
Calls for EU to drop Melita gas pipeline project intensify
Calls for the European Commission to drop any chance
Future of EU funding for Melita gas pipeline in question, despite government claims
Despite claims from the government that plans for a
Investigation into Greek migrant vessel tragedy scoops Daphne Caruana Galizia journalism prize
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