No explanation in parliament on Ministers’ access to secret Egrant inquiry
Justice Minister Owen Bonnici has failed to answer questions
New magistrate still registered as nominee company director
Such was the rush to appoint the new judges
Throwing your vote away
The European parliamentary elections are fast approaching. Compared to
‘Misconduct was known’
Andreina Fenech Farrugia was appointed to the Fisheries Department’s
White Flag project ‘an elaborate scam the Environment Minister fell for’ – PN
Environment Minister Jose Herrera was asked to explain the
Lands Leak: No apology from Minister on massive personal data breach
Minister Ian Borg, responsible for the Lands Authority, this
Disinformation Watch #26: Toxic tactics on 17 Black
The government’s assault on information intensified last week, as
Judge Antonio Mizzi can hear Panama Papers appeal, Simon Busuttil to take case to Strasbourg
The constitutional court upheld arguments made by former Opposition
Opposition MP requests revision of ruling on Chris Cardona tweet 
Nationalist MP Jason Azzoprardi has filed a Parliamentary motion
PN files motion to strip Tony Zarb of national award
Opposition Leader Adrian Delia filed a parliamentary motion to
Disinformation Watch #1: Fake Facebook account behind unsubstantiated attacks on opposition MP
The Labour Party associated daily newspaper L-Orizzont ran a
Labour Party hate groups ‘tyranny by stealth’ – MP Jason Azzopardi
Revelations by The Shift News on the Labour Party’s
Jason Azzopardi says sergeant Aldo Cassar tipped off Daphne suspects
Nationalist Party MP Jason Azzopardi named PS88 Aldo Cassar
Government steamrolls over opposition’s anti-SLAPP amendments
Government today voted down amendments proposed by the opposition
Azzopardi says government is against preemptive action to protect journalists
Environment minister Jose’ Herrera does not want SLAPP threats
Proposal to enshrine environmental protection in Constitution ‘sounds great, means nothing’
The government’s proposal to enshrine environmental protection in the
Jobs for the boys keeps Labour afloat but at what cost?
Some 223 police officers are aged between 55 and
PN adds anti-SLAPP amendment to new media law
The Nationalist Party has presented an amendment to include
UPDATED | Jason Azzopardi challenges government on anti-SLAPP bill
Opposition MP Jason Azzopardi tonight asked whether the Prime
Delia’s PN must transform itself into a real alternative
Nominating Simon Busuttil as PN spokesperson on good governance
Labour non-committal on anti-SLAPP bill
Labour has not committed itself to supporting the Private Member’s
WATCH | Delia: SLAPP should not be used as ‘a weapon to shut people up’
The Private Member’s Bill presented in Parliament this week
Parliament to debate law amendments to protect journalists against crippling lawsuits
A Private Member’s Bill being presented in Parliament today