Spinning the inquiry
Some communication experts are specialists in what is called
2020 ‘unfortunate record year’ for press freedom, call for action from EC President
Press freedom organisation partners forming the Media Freedom Rapid
PACE hands over reports to public inquiry on Daphne Caruana Galizia’s assassination
The Chair of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council
Navigating new waters, public inquiry welcomes public’s submissions
The public inquiry looking into the assassination of journalist
Daphne Caruana Galizia inquiry: where to from here?
The details revealed by the public inquiry into Maltese
Out with the old and in with… the same?
Good riddance to 2020. I’m sure no one’s sorry
Keith Schembri’s phone: a hypothesis
It’s the season to be jolly and put cynicism
Judges in the dock 
It was the Roman satirist Juvenal who asked, Who
What’s next? Cement shoes?
These guys don’t learn anything, do they? It’s not
An attack on the independence of the judiciary
A statement by the government on Tuesday attacked the
‘You are not credible, I am sorry’ – former Chief Justice tells Keith Schembri
The public inquiry hearing on Monday touched upon a
In denial
Brexit negotiations that were meant to end Sunday have
‘Some things seem to be organised around the needs of businessmen’ – former Chief Justice
Issues linked with corruption can begin from the tendering
Reclaiming what is political
The government’s repeated attempts at discrediting the public inquiry
Beyond the posturing
The Council of Europe has called on the Maltese
The People vs Joseph Muscat
As expected, disgraced former prime minister Joseph Muscat’s brazen
Public inquiry judges slam lawyer’s ‘offensive’ political narrative accusations
The inquiry board investigating the assassination of journalist Daphne
Joseph and the Character Assassination Propaganda Machine
A disgraced former Prime Minister walks into an inquiry
The emperor’s new watch
Joseph Muscat turned up before the Daphne Caruana Galizia
Judges grill a defiant Joseph Muscat about ‘environment of impunity’
The inquiry board looking into the assassination of journalist
Robert Abela’s use of a virus to limit public access to information
COVID-19 has had a significant impact on press freedom
Chris Cardona downplays controversial MOU as public inquiry board questions hospitals’ deal
Former Economy Minister Christian Cardona, who had signed the
‘I choose not to respond’ – Brian Tonna and Karl Cini tell Inquiry Board
Nexia BT’s Brian Tonna and Karl Cini remained tight-lipped
Former Deputy Commissioner Silvio Valletta answered to Keith Schembri
Former deputy police commissioner Silvio Valletta felt obliged to
Former Attorney General defends inaction on major political scandals
Former Attorney General Peter Grech defended his decision to
Paul Apap Bologna can’t recall why Electrogas shareholders received millions in ‘success fees’ 
Electrogas director Paul Apap Bologna left the Public Inquiry
Opposition files parliamentary motion calling for public inquiry into Electrogas
Opposition leader Bernard Grech this afternoon filed a parliamentary