Omtzigt requests PACE committee to look into Rosianne Cutajar’s ‘conflict of interest’
Pieter Omtzigt has requested that the Parliamentary Assembly of
Egrant was a house of mirrors
The Shift’s recent investigation into Egrant revealed how the
Maltese newsrooms unite against contempt of court charges over public interest stories
“Criminalising such stories is the very opposite of what
Birds in the hand…
Should suspected criminals, arrested and charged in court, be
SOCAR’s got a lot to hide
Azerbaijan’s State oil company didn’t want to share banking
‘Strong condemnation’ of continued persecution of journalist in Montenegro
International press freedom organisations have jointly condemned the ongoing
Latest court decree on Yorgen Fenech articles another blow to journalism
Journalists of The Times of Malta are set to
Yorgen Fenech’s Quad Towers con
As more news emerges on the intricate web of
Justice isn’t a game show
Is there anyone in Malta who isn’t desperate to
Melvin Theuma finally testifies on much-anticipated ‘hidden’ recordings
A conversation in which self-confessed middleman turned State witness
‘A simple double click’: Middleman’s recordings and the lag in court procedures
Arguments with regards to the accessibility of files by
Don’t give me away
Don’t give me away, someone once said to his
It doesn’t end here
Robert Abela wants you to believe that the confession
Four men charged
Four men were arraigned on Wednesday night in connection
Repubblika protest calls for Rosianne Cutajar’s resignation over Yorgen Fenech links
Protestors outside the office of Parliamentary Secretary Rosianne Cutajar
Vince Muscat withdraws appeal: A turning point in Daphne Caruana Galizia murder case?
In an unexpected move on Wednesday, Vince Muscat, one
Yorgen Fenech’s offer to pay for own police surveillance if granted bail refused by court
Yorgen Fenech, the prime murder suspect in the assassination
Melvin Theuma: Yorgen Fenech went from friend to threat
What began as luxurious gifts and favours from a
Water, mints, breaks: Melvin Theuma strains through first sitting since stabbing
It was the first time that the courtroom heard
‘It was so cruel’: Bidnija resident who witnessed Daphne Caruana Galizia’s murder testifies
Graphic details of the moment that journalist Daphne Caruana
Daphne Caruana Galizia’s assassination stalled revelations on Electrogas financial problems
Revelations on the Electrogas project were interrupted by the
Prime Minister wants Mamo to remain chairman despite MFSA scandals
Prime Minister Robert Abela has again nominated Prof John
MFSA contradicts Joseph Cuschieri’s denials about payments due
The former MFSA CEO Joseph Cuschieri has denied that
Inquiry into Melvin Theuma stabbing still ongoing six months later
The magisterial inquiry on the stabbing in July 2019
EXCLUSIVE: MFSA asks former CEO to refund over €23,000 in ‘extra pay’ received
The financial services regulator – MFSA – has asked
Artistic freedom in the dock as satirist faces court action in Yorgen Fenech case
The author of satirical news website Bis-Serjeta faces up
Decree in Yorgen Fenech case has chilling effect on freedom of expression
Last Monday’s decree handed down by magistrate Rachel Montebello
2020: A year of investigations despite a pandemic
Despite the circumstances brought about by the pandemic, The
A Christmas playlist for the entire family
It’s been a tough year for everyone between the