Police worked backward to justify AG’s order not to prosecute Pilatus official
Top brass at the police force worked backwards to
Mario Philip Azzopardi fumes as new play sent for advice on political bias, suitability for Manoel Theatre subsidy
Theatre director and Labour Party apparatchik Mario Philip Azzopardi
Malta, the Mafia’s ‘El Dorado’: report finds billions laundered through Malta
A study commissioned and published by the European Parliament’s
The unbelievable Owen Bonnici – Kevin Cassar
Owen Bonnici has praised an EU plan to stop
61 months on, monthly Valletta vigil commemorates Daphne Caruana Galizia
A sizeable crowd gathered on Wednesday evening before the
Five years of creating positive change
Tangible change takes time. It often requires patience and
‘Masterminds behind journalist murders almost never face justice’ – IPI
Journalism has become one of the world’s most dangerous
Joseph Muscat must be held accountable
“The central cause was one man… who many others
Monsters and heroes
There are no heroes. In life, the monsters win.
S&D endorses resolution for government to drop 40 lawsuits against The Shift
The Socialists & Democrats Group has said it will
European Parliament resolution calls for withdrawal of FOI appeals against The Shift
Members of the European Parliament are calling on the
Thousands commemorate Daphne Caruana Galizia, 5 years since her assassination
Malta, Europe and much of the world on Sunday
Reporters Without Borders sees government’s media legislation as ’far from sufficient’
The three long-awaited bills tabled in parliament on how
Degiorgio brothers sentenced to 40 years imprisonment after stunning court with turnaround guilty plea
Brothers Alfred and George Degiorgio have each been sentenced
International press freedom NGOs denied a meeting with Prime Minister
A group of six leading press freedom NGOs has
Five years of stalling and avoiding
Representatives of the world’s leading press freedom groups are
Daphne’s law: EU’s Media Freedom Act inspired by visit to Caruana Galizia memorial service, says Jourová
European Commission Vice-President Věra Jourová drew her inspiration to
Broken Bad
The country is broken. Badly broken. The keyword here
Media reform: ‘No debate before public consultation’ – PN
The PN said no debate on the newly proposed
Robert Abela’s sham
“The committee sees no reason why the economic wealth
Media reform: minister claims wide public consultation that never happened
Presenting the government’s long-awaited media reform emerging from the
Getting away with murder
Another 16th has come. Next month marks five years
Suitcases in the night
Frustrated citizens took to the streets again this week
REVEALED: Konrad Mizzi’s secret agreement with Azerbaijan’s SOCAR
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti hawn. Before today, this
Get out
We do not get to choose our birthplace. We
Revolving doors: public officials who went on to serve big business
In a move that has raised eyebrows, former finance
Muscat’s explanations still don’t add up
Five years ago today, a second and final test
Public inquiry: a year on and only one of 28 key recommendations fully implemented
Although the recommendations of the board of public inquiry
Humour in the face of tyranny
Hadi Matar had only read “a couple of pages”
‘Our democracy is up in flames, but the smoke alarms have been muted’
Marking the 58th month since the assassination of journalist Daphne

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