Keeping up appearances – Ranier Fsadni
One of life’s mysteries is how two men could
‘We cannot continue like this’ – Friends of the Earth Malta launches climate change campaign
“We cannot continue like this. We cannot keep pushing
Saviour Balzan has to go
Waking up this morning to the prospect of a
Government proposals ‘more concerned with regulating, than enabling media’
The government’s press freedom proposals have “a long way
Government’s press freedom proposals ‘not enough’
The media experts committee appointed by Prime Minister Robert
The press needs good faith not just new laws
What’s needed to implement the Caruana Galizia public inquiry’s
Patterns of resistance
The government’s reluctance, verging on recalcitrance, for meaningful reform
A broad phantom consultation
There’s a Muriel Spark story where an elderly spinster
Condemning one’s own narrative
It was ultimately more surprising that a government spokesperson
Hard hearts
They didn’t like what she was reporting, didn’t like
On the abuse of office
“What’s in it for you?” is perhaps one of
Unfit for office, and oblivious
He was screwing his face up, scowling and frowning,
Divine accountability
“That which I do, I do before God”. This
Conscience of the State
President George Vella and his conscience are in the
‘Yorgen Fenech’s bosom buddy should not be reforming laws’ – Moviment Graffitti
“Yorgen Fenech’s bosom buddy”, Justice Minister Edward Zammit Lewis,
The tapir and the elephant 
As public demands for his resignation mount, Edward Zammit
‘Groundbreaking confirmation of the role political propaganda played in her death’
An extensive, six-month investigation by The Shift into the
No justice without accountability
Robert Abela has no intention of taking serious action
International reactions to public inquiry findings stress the need for reform
The OSCE Representative on Freedom of the Media Teresa
Missing page from public inquiry report published on social media, refers to Electrogas
After wide speculation as to what the contents of
Once, we had a country
Once, we had a country – until Joseph Muscat
Government blocks democracy even as it commits to defending it
Insisting that “outsiders” did not have an automatic right
This fish rotted from the head down
There’s no proof that the government killed Daphne Caruana
Public inquiry findings: ‘Historic opportunity to ensure real change for the safety of journalists’
Daphne Caruana Galizia’s family has said the public inquiry
Protest tonight after public inquiry report holds state responsible for journalist’s assassination
Civil society organisations Repubblika and Occupy Justice have announced

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