‘Pandemic or not, we will never stop’ – international NGOs’ call for justice
A number of International Press Freedom organisations started their
State funding of the independent media
Media freedom is what it says – freedom from
Daphne Caruana Galizia’s public inquiry: what we know and what we don’t
The grief of a family and its sustained campaign
‘Caruana Galizia called out her country’s dysfunctional electoral system’
Former European Court of Human Rights Judge Vincent De
Online harassment suffered by murdered journalist in focus
The creator of the World Wide Web, Tim Berners-Lee,
Close ties between Fenech and Valletta revealed in court
Updated to include Repubblika’s statement The close ties between
Lack of resources in police force an obstacle to murder investigations
The huge lack of resources and the problems of
Public official blocking door for journalists in Castille also in denial
A government official who was present following the infamous
Ronnie Vella: ‘I don’t remember’
A small village bar in Rabat, a cup of
The OPM men who would do it again
In the public inquiry into the assassination of Daphne
Muscat’s former aide and security another who said and saw nothing
Another two staff members of former prime minister Joseph
Threats to Daphne Caruana Galizia increased before she died, friends testify
Two close friends of murdered journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia
Silence is evidence
They came, they addressed the Judges, and the wolves
The weaponisation of information
Glenn Bedingfield’s testimony before the public inquiry Board today
Neville Gafa saying he ‘saved thousands of lives’ raises eyebrows
Neville Gafa’s statement that in court that he “saved
Neville Gafà and Keith Schembri spoke about everything and nothing at all
Neville Gafà justified his posts on social media targeting
Debunking statements made by OPM staff in a public inquiry
The public inquiry sitting on Monday focused on incidents
PM’s staff justifies call to eliminate journalists because they ’caused harm’
The testimonies of former Office of the Prime Minister
State-sponsored trolling continued even after Caruana Galizia’s death
Malta was one of the few countries where State-sponsored
Electrogas shareholder presented power station plans to PN in 2009
Electrogas shareholder Paul Apap Bologna presented the Nationalist Party
How Malta became a den of thieves
The revelations emerging from the public inquiry into Daphne
Police received several updates on Mizzi, Schembri from FIAU
The Financial Intelligence Analysis Unit had given the police
Former FIAU investigator Jonathan Ferris testifies in public inquiry
Former Financial Intelligence Analysis Unit investigator Jonathan Ferris today
Former MFSA chairman Joe Bannister testifies in public inquiry
Former Chairman of the Malta Financial Services Authority Joe
Head of Security Services testifies in public inquiry
Updated to include the government’s reply. Head of Malta
Former FIAU chief passed documents on Schembri to ex-police commissioner
Former director of the Financial Intelligence Analysis Unit (FIAU)
NGO network calls on organisations and diplomats to monitor public inquiry
International NGO network IFEX has called on media, international
Donations to Labour Party always ‘above board’ – Sandro Chetcuti
Malta Development Association head Sandro Chetcuti confirmed that businesses
Prime Minister’s Office fails to answer on Omtzigt Wikipedia page modification
The Office of the Prime Minister has not replied
No list of people who require protection – Former police chief Peter Paul Zammit
There is no list or documentation of people who