Eleven years of silence: remembering the brutal killing of photojournalist Anton Hammerl
Thursday 19 May marks the eleventh anniversary of the
Evarist Bartolo blames you
The nerve of some politicians. In Evarist Bartolo’s recent
Murder of journalists is avoidable, says EU Commission Vice President Vera Jourova
The murder of journalists is avoidable, Vera Jourova, the
Keith Schembri set up new business venture just three days after shamed former PM resigned
Just three days after disgraced former prime minister Joseph
‘We need the truth about who is spying on everyone in Malta’ – Daphne Foundation
Referring to yet another complaint about notorious electoral data
Azzopardi resigns from PN, cites disagreement with party leader over Fenech pardon
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Newly re-elected MP Rosianne Cutajar should have acted with
‘Daphne’s law’ – historic anti-SLAPP bill close to becoming reality
The EU Commission has officially presented its historic anti-SLAPP
Yorgen Fenech indictment ‘result of painful battle, no guarantee of justice’ – Council of Europe report
Persistent delays and administrative obstacles to the judicial process
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Almost two years since Melvin Theuma, the state witness
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Tista’ taqra l-artiklu bil-Malti hawn. Despite myriad institutional reports,
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International project documents state-sponsored Daphne Caruana Galizia hate campaign
Data on the state-sanctioned online violence and harassment experienced
National Theatre has been funding Azzopardi’s plays for 8 years
Teatru Manoel – Malta’s National Theatre – has been
Prove us wrong, Robert Abela
Newly-returned Prime Minister Robert Abela starts his fresh legislature
Former UCM director-general was employed despite ongoing fraud, embezzlement charges in Italy
Concerns about Malta’s reputation as an educational hub have
Saviour Balzan has to go
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Journalists killed exposing atrocities in Ukraine honoured at Daphne Caruana Galizia vigil
The speakers at a monthly vigil for assassinated journalist
Sanctioned Russian oligarch used Joseph Muscat’s preferred reputation laundering firm
The Maltese government can boast of the dubious honour
First impressions: the governing party’s raft of electoral promises
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Press freedom watchdog flags concern over safety of Daphne Caruana Galizia’s sources
European press freedom watchdog Mapping Media Freedom (MAPMF) has

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