Impunity reigns in the realm of ‘il-King’
Joseph Muscat hasn’t saved a cent in the past
‘Threats against freedom of expression on the rise’ – Council of Europe
Consecutive assessments of the state of the freedom of
Killing freedom, one pawn at a time
Mark Anthony Falzon insists that press freedom in Malta
Politics in Malta: doing favours, winning friends
The late Labour Party strongman, and former Prime Minister
Democracy is not mob rule
What would you do if your electrician said it’s
‘It’s time to be brave’
The need for people to stand up to corruption,
The criminal underbelly
This is a guest post by Antoine P. Borg
Grieving Caruana Galizia family forced to litigate for launch of public inquiry
The Maltese government is accused of being in breach
Global media back call for UN to adopt convention on safety of journalists
A coalition involving the International Federation of Journalists (IFJ),
WATCH: ‘You made me feel part of something bigger’ – Pelin Ünker
Turkish journalist Pelin Ünker, who is facing 13 months
Rule of law and press freedom in Malta criticised by UN Human Rights Council
The Maltese government has come under significant criticism for
Thousands take to the streets in Montenegro against corruption
On Saturday, over 10,000 Montenegrins protested in the capital
500 days of impunity
Five hundred days since the assassination of Maltese journalist
‘Impunity persists,’ son of murdered journalist tells UN Human Rights Council
As the UN Human Rights Council (HRC) began its
International press freedom organisations demand ‘justice for Ján’
Leading international press freedom organisations representing thousands of journalists
Unfinished lives: A year since journalist Ján Kuciak was murdered
Almost a year ago, journalist Ján Kuciak and his
‘What happened to the masterminds?’
At the vigil marking 16 months since the assassination
Army promotions: Who will shoulder political responsibility?
The Ombudsman’s report confirming allegations that a massive number
2018: The year of the angry citizen 
The year which has now come to an end
It takes a society
If you’ve ever watched the 1948 Italian film “Bicycle
400 days of impunity
A banner made up of printouts of articles of
Press freedom NGOs urge Malta to adopt UN recommendations
A coalition of five press freedom NGOs urged the
UNESCO launches Truth Never Dies campaign
The Shift News has teamed up with UNESCO to
End impunity
November 2 is the International Day to End Impunity.
‘Impunity prospering in Malta’ – International Federation of Journalists
The case of murdered journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia highlights
The toxic price of impunity
The killing of journalists affects the whole of society
Lights out at Eiffel Tower for slain journalists
The Eiffel Tower’s lights were turned off for a
Matthew Caruana Galizia blasts ‘system of impunity’ in Malta
The son of murdered journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia lashed
A Dark Day for Freedom of Expression in Malta
By Sarah Clarke, Advocacy Manager, PEN International. This is
Press freedom a major concern in UN review of human rights in Malta
PEN International has highlighted concerns on four main areas