Where do MEP candidates stand on environmental protection?
Birdlife Malta has called on all MEP candidates to
Propaganda, disinformation and social media limiting democracy – EP report
Concerted propaganda and disinformation campaigns are limiting democracy, human
The Shift takes part in the RSF 2019 World Press Freedom Index in London
Caroline Muscat, co-founder and editor of The Shift News,
Malta falls another 12 places in World Press Freedom Index
Malta has dropped another 12 places in the Reporters
Grieving Caruana Galizia family forced to litigate for launch of public inquiry
The Maltese government is accused of being in breach
WATCH: When the State whips up a cycle of hate against its critics
Daphne Caruana Galizia had been a target of hate
International Journalism Festival: Disinformation and censorship in Malta
Disinformation, hate speech, censorship and a host of other
Malta government told to publish findings of GRECO report on corruption
The Council of Europe (CoE) has formally requested Malta
Malta, money laundering and a murdered journalist: Too little, too late?
Leading German news platform Deutsche Welle has described Malta’s
European journalists demand MEP candidates commit to media freedom
The European Federation of Journalists has launched its manifesto
Asylum seekers in Malta living in ‘rat-infested conditions’
Asylum seekers, refugees, and detainees are living in “deplorable”
PN opts for rule of law over member of its own political family
During the political assembly of the European People’s Party
‘Without media freedom there can be no democracy’
In the absence of government action, it is up
‘It is when institutions fail that journalists become vulnerable’
Journalists who unearth wrongdoing are endangered when the institutions
Electoral Commission admits misinformation given to European citizens voting in EP elections
European citizens residing in Malta were given incorrect information
Malta government ranking on transparency takes another knock
Since 2016, Malta has dropped a total of six
UN Delegates called on to increase citizens’ protection from surveillance
Delegates at the United Nationals Human Rights Council 40th Session
Prince and a Prince – where did the Troika Laundromat money go?
Money laundered through the Troika Laundromat revealed on Monday
Thousands take to the streets in Montenegro against corruption
On Saturday, over 10,000 Montenegrins protested in the capital
‘University of Malta building fails to comply with safety standards’
One of the buildings housing the Faculty of Science
Panama objects to its inclusion in EU money-laundering blacklist as “unfair”
Panama has said its inclusion in an EU blacklist
Huawei fails to fix ‘serious’ issues impacting network security
Top British security officials have warned that Huawei has
Salvini is latest link to Russian funding to undermine democracy in Europe
Italy’s interior minister and vice premier, Matteo Salvini, went
Government spent over €66,000 on promoting the 2019 Budget
The government spent over €66,000 advertising the 2019 Budget
Treatment of journalist facing imprisonment ‘unacceptable’
Draconian laws and harsh enforcement in Turkey meant that
Unfinished lives: A year since journalist Ján Kuciak was murdered
Almost a year ago, journalist Ján Kuciak and his