Labour party media blackout on coverage of Daphne Caruana Galizia’s fourth anniversary
Despite a full weekend in which high-ranking EU officials,
The point of perspective
At the start of the 15th century Filippo Brunelleschi
Repubblika warns prime minister to keep promises made after publication of public inquiry report
Civil society NGO Repubblika called on prime minister Robert
Repubblika slams police commissioner for sleeping on international arrest warrant from Pilatus Bank inquiry
Civil society NGO Repubblika today urged police commissioner Angelo
Tyrants and murderers always fall in the end
“When I despair, I remember that all through history
Repubblika shoots down disgraced former EU Commissioner Dalli’s demands for apology
Repubblika president Robert Aquilina described the situation in Malta
Repubblika protest in front of police headquarters profiles ‘criminals in command’
Carrying pictures of former police commissioners, ministers and government
Repubblika calls on Labour administration to ‘publish all government contracts since 2013’
Civil society NGO Repubblika spared no criticism for Prime
EU court ruling on judicial appointments leaves door open for future claims
Today’s judgment of the EU court on Malta’s former
RSF praises ‘tremendous progress’ achieved by activists seeking justice for Daphne
Activists seeking justice for assassinated journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia
It’s not enough to ridicule absurdities
Some things are so absurd that they manage to
Autocratic and abusive
The government is targeting its critics again. This time
New familiar patterns
The timing of the Conference for National Unity, held
‘No one in political sphere has been charged with Daphne’s assassination’
NGO Repubblika have sent a letter to the Police
Navigating new waters, public inquiry welcomes public’s submissions
The public inquiry looking into the assassination of journalist
Gavin Gulia’s swift resignation as MP ‘another argument in favour of need for parliamentary reform’
Malta Tourism Authority Chairman Gavin Gulia’s resignation within hours
European NGO files complaint about leaked voters’ data in Malta
A European Center for Digital Rights, noyb, has filed
Spanish lawyers representing Maltese government in European Court costing taxpayers €80,000
The government is paying around €80,000 in fees to
Protesters pick up again their call for justice for Daphne and the truth
People took to the streets of Valletta once again
‘The fight for justice for Daphne will never stop’
The call for justice and truth for the assassination
Progress in anti-corruption recommendations ‘unimpressive’
Malta’s progress in implementing the recommendations by anti-corruption body
Prime Minister given evidence of inquiry 5 days before he was questioned
One of the things that emerge from scrutiny of
Speedy conclusion of inquiry into migrant deaths ‘not normal’
Repubblika has expressed surprise and concern about the magisterial
Hate Speech Unit receives 32 reports in seven months
The Hate Crime and Speech Unit, which was set
Opposition and civil society raise the stakes on rule of law reforms
In a move that raises the stakes on rule
Wash, rinse, repeat
When The Shift started monitoring government disinformation tactics in
Cutajar became ‘consultant’ same day he left police commissioner role
Former Police Commissioner Lawrence Cutajar signed a €31,000 part