The stench of rotten apples
Updated following clarifications received from Michael and Edward Zammit
‘Strong condemnation’ of continued persecution of journalist in Montenegro
International press freedom organisations have jointly condemned the ongoing
2020: A year of investigations despite a pandemic
Despite the circumstances brought about by the pandemic, The
Montenegro government ‘sloppy’ in its cover up of corruption in wind farm deal
Srdjan Milic, an independent Montenegrin MP who has written
‘Brotherhood of organised crime a common enemy for people of Malta and Montenegro’
Montenegro Independent MP Srđan Milić has said the Maltese
Council of Europe issues alert on SLAPP threat against Malta media
The Council of Europe’s platform for the protection of
European Commission wants an investigation on the Montenegro deal
The European Commission has said it expects the Mozura
Mapping Media Freedom registers threat by Turab Musayev on media
The threat by Azerbaijani – British national Turab Musayev
Everyone’s digging their heels in
Deny, deny, deny. And when the clock runs out
‘Courageous investigative journalism must be protected’ – RSF
Reporters without Borders (RSF) Director of International Campaigns, Rebecca
NAO report shows ‘usual suspects’ involved in hospitals’ scandal
Disgraced former Minister Konrad Mizzi’s ‘friends’, consultant David Galea,
SLAPP threat from Azerbaijani – British national Turab Musayev
Turab Musayev, the Azeribaijani-British National who was SOCAR Trading’s
Montenegro and the unspoken threat
There was public outrage when the finance minister, Edward
Former Economic Crimes Unit chief admits to police inaction on scandals
The second testimony of Ian Abdilla, the former head
The Chamber of Advocates shoots the messenger
The Chamber of Advocates issued an incomprehensible statement last
Fact-Check: Enemalta’s defence of Konrad Mizzi on Mozura wind farm
Three months ago, The Shift ran the first instalment
Labour’s Church of Victimology
“Don’t blame the victim”. Finance Minister Edward Scicluna’s comments
Montenegro MP challenges government to swear it had nothing to do with Caruana Galizia murder
An Opposition Leader in Montenegro’s Parliament has challenged his
Protesters pick up again their call for justice for Daphne and the truth
People took to the streets of Valletta once again
Labour’s moral compass
At 5am this morning, Evarist Bartolo uploaded another post
Action demanded on corrupt Montenegro deal
The Daphne Caruana Galizia Foundation has reiterated its call
Mizzi ‘still in London fleeing justice’
Konrad Mizzi, the disgraced ex-minister named in connection with
Konrad Mizzi’s personal lawyer was the advisor he took to seal Montenegro deal
Despite the government’s reluctance to divulge the name of
Konrad Mizzi’s trips to Montenegro and the birth of a dirty energy deal
Former Energy Minister Konrad Mizzi visited Montenegro no less
Prime Minister mum on investigating corruption in Mizzi’s Montenegro deal
The Office of Prime Minister Robert Abela has remained
Freedom Day: what freedom?
Forty-one years ago today, the British Navy withdrew from
The Montenegro connection
In January 2019, Karl Izzo was appointed ambassador to