Daphne Caruana Galizia’s assassination stalled revelations on Electrogas financial problems
Revelations on the Electrogas project were interrupted by the
The wrong of rudeness: Mercieca’s meanness
Simon Mercieca, University history lecturer, publicly accused Matthew Caruana
Accountancy board slammed by judges over lack of action against Nexia BT
Judges grew increasingly frustrated with Accountancy Board Chairman Peter
Maltese law academic publishes paper for ‘urgent’ reform of EU defamation law
Maltese law academic Justin Borg-Barthet on Tuesday published an
‘No major changes for journalists since Abela’ – Reporters Without Borders
International press freedom NGO Reporters Without Borders has “unfortunately”
The Guardian Award for ‘fight against fraud’ goes to Daphne Caruana Galizia
Murdered journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia has been awarded the
The woman who will not be forgotten
As each testimony in the ongoing court trial on
‘Malta needs an umbrella investigation into corruption and journalist’s murder’
Malta needs an umbrella investigation that combines strengths across
Online harassment suffered by murdered journalist in focus
The creator of the World Wide Web, Tim Berners-Lee,
The silence behind the SLAPP
It is no easy matter to be slapped with
Ronnie Vella: ‘I don’t remember’
A small village bar in Rabat, a cup of
Libel suits made my mother’s life absolutely impossible – Caruana Galizia
The strategic lawsuits and libels filed against murdered journalist
EXCLUSIVE: ‘Unregulated money flow in politics undermines democracy’
Strengthening a country’s integrity is one of the key
Tributes and remembrance ceremonies on two-year mark of Jan Kuciak murder
Tributes were paid and ceremonies of remembrance were held
PM’s staff justifies call to eliminate journalists because they ’caused harm’
The testimonies of former Office of the Prime Minister
‘And that is my mother’
For the first time in more than two years
Brothers linked to bomb that killed journalist were among the first 10 arrested… and released
The Agius brothers, known as ‘Tal-Maksar’, named in court
‘Labour hate groups led online dehumanisation campaign against Caruana Galizia’
Daphne Caruana Galizia was a victim of a 30-year-long
Abela’s government ‘doesn’t feel anger it should be feeling’ – Caruana Galizia
Robert Abela’s government “doesn’t feel the kind of anger
Malta misses European Council hearing on membership obligations
No representatives from the Maltese government attended a hearing
Justyne Caruana resignation raises questions on Finance Minister and Attorney General
The tenability of other prominent individuals within the government
Daphne’s sons send open letter to Council of Europe monitoring committee
The open letter by the Daphne Caruana Galizia Foundation
Matthew Caruana Galizia named in European Young Leaders 2020 class
Matthew Caruana Galizia has been announced as the one
Muscat’s political interference in murder investigation compared to Saudi Arabia
Sarah Clarke, Head of Europe and Central Asia for
Yorgen Fenech presidential pardon denied after six-hour Cabinet meeting
Joseph Muscat’s Cabinet was summoned to Castille for an
Four people charged with Slovak journalist Jan Kuciak’s murder
Four people have been charged with the murder of
‘Someone connected to the Maltese government bears responsibility for her death’
Matthew Caruana Galizia described the scene of his mother’s
Public inquiry must be ‘fully independent’ and ‘impartial beyond question’
Updated to include the Caruana Galizia family’s reply to
‘Biased shithole’ remark by Foreign Minister’s assistant noted in UN report
The incident where the Private Secretary of Foreign Minister