The Malta Independent 15 October 2021, Friday

US Embassy calls for ‘credible’ conclusion to investigations in Daphne Caruana Galizia’s murder

The Embassy of the United States of America has called for a “thorough, transparent, timely, and credible conclusion to the investigations into the murder” of Daphne Caruana...

‘Daphne was not only killed by the men indicted in court but by organised crime’ - Orsetta Spinola

Orsetta Spinola, a member of CHANCE (Civil Hub Against Organised Crime), said on Friday that the true assassins of Daphne Caruan Galizia are still at large. Working with Repubblika, Libera,...

National broadcaster should be independent of government, PN leader says

The time has come for the national broadcaster to be independent of government, Nationalist Party leader Bernard Grech said today. He was speaking to journalists after meeting the Broadcasting...

Four years from Daphne’s assassination, Malta ‘at turning point’

The work to build an enabling environment for press freedom should follow a clear timeline aimed at bringing about cultural, political and legislative reform, the Daphne Caruana Galizia said Friday....

Tourism industry would have faced downturn even without Covid-19 – study

Malta would have faced a downturn in tourism even if the Coronovirus pandemic had not hit, as the number of available beds was growing higher than the actual demand, a study presented to the Malta...

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‘Over 80% of electricity bills overcharged people’ - PN

A Nationalist Party study found that 80% of electricity bills issued by Enemalta have been miscalculated and overcharged people by amounts varying from €10 up to €300.  PN chief...

TMID Editorial: Konrad Mizzi’s PAC refusal - Completely unacceptable

Konrad Mizzi’s refusal to attend Public Accounts Committee sittings that are delving into the Electrogas project is an insult to the people and to all Parliamentarians. Mizzi played a key...

Bernard Grech calls for urgent meeting with Broadcasting Authority over PBS bias

Opposition Leader Bernard Grech has written to the Broadcasting Authority, asking for an urgent meeting to be held no later than 15 October, over the situation at PBS. The meeting was called due...

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