Malta is EU laggard in COVID digital certification process
Malta is one of only three EU member states
65 % in Malta think corruption in government is a big problem – survey
Two-thirds of Maltese people think that government corruption is
Dark clouds on the horizon
Robert Abela has chosen his hill to die on.
Tarnished gold
Finally, after far too many long years, the European
Outrage, demands for action after Belarusian journalist arrest on hijacked Ryanair flight
The international political, media, and human rights communities are
Truth is the enemy
“The PN turned the European Parliament against Malta with
‘When journalism is threatened, democracy is at stake’
As the world marks Press Freedom Day, several organisations,
Passport Papers: oligarchs, royalty and fugitives
The Passport Papers shed light on the applicants for
Maltese academic appointed to European Commission Expert Group Against SLAPP
Maltese law academic Justin Borg-Barthet, whose research has been
The pace of extradition
When The Shift learnt that Adrian Hillman was not
Russian billionaire among those who purchased Maltese passport
Sergei Kolesnikov, a Russian businessman listed on Forbes’ list
Malta hits new low in Corruption Perceptions Index
Malta has once again hit a new low in
Henley and Partners’ ‘intrinsic business’ questioned in light of recent passport rankings
On Saturday, Parliamentary Secretary for Citizenship Alex Muscat was
Doctors dispute government forecast for herd immunity from COVID vaccine
December was the darkest month when it comes to
Spanish lawyers representing Maltese government in European Court costing taxpayers €80,000
The government is paying around €80,000 in fees to
Malta risks losing €5 million EU funds for ‘unbuilt’ migrant centre, PM to detain migrants offshore
The government’s delay in building a €7 million migrant
Maltese law academic publishes paper for ‘urgent’ reform of EU defamation law
Maltese law academic Justin Borg-Barthet on Tuesday published an
Věra Jourová stresses importance of journalism amid COVID-19 ‘infodemic’
The unprecedented “infodemic” that emerged during the pandemic has
Weaponisation of the law suppressing scrutiny of power
Over 25 press freedom organisations have written to the
The Disgraced Offices of Joseph Muscat
Europe Day came and went with a quiet whimper
Commission cannot comment on Malta’s decision to close ports
The European Commission has stated it cannot comment on
Will Pilatus Bank owner cooperate with justice or try to flee?
As the court case against Pilatus Bank owner, Ali
Mandatory quarantine leaves tourists in Malta stranded and with hotel bills
The government’s recent measure to impose a 14-day quarantine
EXCLUSIVE: ‘Unregulated money flow in politics undermines democracy’
Strengthening a country’s integrity is one of the key
European journalists highlight Malta’s press freedom alerts in report
Five press freedom alerts reported to the Council of
EU legislation must cover everybody affected by SLAPP – 27 NGOs
Twenty-seven international organisations have written to European Commissioner Vice