Darren and Gordon Debono feature in criminal complaint filed against Swiss trader who smuggled Libya oil
Trial International, a non governmental organisation fighting impunity for
MFSA intervenes to block Gordon Debono’s second court-laundering scam
The Malta Financial Services Authority (MFSA) has stepped in
Lawyers get €60,000 each in case that led to Gordon Debono moving €1 million
Maltese lawyer Robert Montalto and Cypriot lawyer Ionnis Moditis
Are Maltese Courts enabling Gordon Debono to launder dirty money?
A Maltese Judge has sanctioned the release of €1.5
Police take action on Gordon and Yvette Debono one year after the horse bolted
Gordon and Yvette Debono, the couple whose names have
2020: A year of investigations despite a pandemic
Despite the circumstances brought about by the pandemic, The
2019: The Shift’s investigation highlights
2019 was another significant year of investigative work for
Two years of The Shift: Malta’s only newsroom funded by readers
The Shift is two years old. We want to
The mafia’s new outposts
Italy’s most powerful organised crime network, the ‘Ndrangheta, has
Satabank fined €60,500 by MFSA
Satabank has been fined €60,500 as an administrative penalty
Welcome to Malta, where saving lives is a crime, but fuel smuggling isn’t
The captain of the MV Lifeline was taken to
Malta: the mafia’s paradise island 
‘Operation Beta’ by the Italian Carabinieri in 2017 led
Two months since Daphne’s death
A mass was held today at Bidnija church organised
MTA never commissioned the study it used to justify surge in sponsorships
The Malta Tourism Authority (MTA) has once again been
Event organisers complaining about abuse of public funds ‘jealous’ – Gulia
Malta Tourism Authority chairman Gavin Gulia was bombarded by
Konrad Mizzi appointed canvasser to top MTA post despite criminal record
The man former Tourism Minister Konrad Mizzi chose to