56 months of injustice: ‘Our anger and outrage didn’t fade’
Fifty-six months from the brutal assassination of Daphne Caruana
Encroachment fees total €9.5 million since 2013
A total of €9.4 million was generated from fees
St John’s Foundation to replace CEO to give impetus to stalled €10 million project
St John’s Co-Cathedral Foundation – a joint administrative organisation
Gaffarena loses appeal as court confirms Old Mint Street building deal illegal
The appeals court has this morning confirmed a 2018
Migrants and locals march in protest to demand equal treatment for all
Over a hundred people gathered for a protest march
Migrants’ protest: ‘We want justice for our brothers who died’
Following public uproar over an incident in which a
The worlds we live in
I spent a good month in Gozo this summer.
Opening of Malta’s most prestigious museum postponed to 2023
The opening of the St John’s Co-Cathedral Museum extension
Grand Harbour ‘secret’ concession extension: review board dismisses challenge on technicality
The Public Contracts Review Board (PCRB) has rejected a
Internal probe never investigated the millions involved in property deals negotiated by Hillman
The internal probe by Allied Newspapers into money laundering
RSF praises ‘tremendous progress’ achieved by activists seeking justice for Daphne
Activists seeking justice for assassinated journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia
Another AG lawyer jumps ship to help defence team in case filed by his former office
Updated to include comments from Matthew Xuereb. Matthew Xuereb,
‘A selfish act’: Citizens protest against government granting public land to hunters
Activists gathered at Castille Square, in front of the
Prominent figures come together in documentary marking three years since journalist’s assassination
Former European Court of Human Rights Judge Vincent De
Prestigious art prize awarded from one government agency to another
One of the Malta Art Council’s annual Premju għall-Arti
Justice Minister’s orders to clear protest memorial ‘a breach of freedom of expression’
The order handed down by former Justice Minister Owen
New prime minister has to defend the truth to create stability
Thousands of people gathered outside the law courts to
WATCH: 26 months since Daphne’s assassination, why the memorial matters
Today marks 26 months since the assassination of journalist
Anger at Prime Minister using civil rights card to cover up wrongdoing
Valletta was once again packed with thousands of people
Detention of journalists at Castille ‘a threat to press freedom’
The illegal detention of journalists at the Prime Minister’s
Thousands attend anti-government protest in Valletta
Thousands of citizens responded to the call by over
You can protest, you are free(ish)
“Freedom of the press comes down to this: The
Protest messages, candles and flowers removed yet again
The messages, candles and flowers laid at the foot
‘Government should not fan the flames of hate and violence’ – Naomi Klein
A year ago the murder of an investigative journalist
Minister of Censorship in the midst of the European Capital of Culture
Reżistenza Malta activists pinned the Justice Minister’s face next
No man’s land: Square around protest memorial site also blocked off
The barricade surrounding the Great Siege monument that served
Caruana Galizia memorial cleared and blocked by barriers
The makeshift memorial in Valletta for slain journalist Daphne
UPDATED: Thousands gather for ‘justice and truth’ protest in Valletta
Thousands walked down Merchant Street and Republic Street in
Protest calling for ‘Justice and Truth’ to be held on Sunday 
Two organisations are organising a protest on Sunday afternoon

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