The world reacts while Malta continues to look the other way
The very first person to be charged in the
Pimping out the country
Prostitution is alive and well in Malta. I am
Democracy was 2018’s biggest loser
Following something of a 2018 trend, Malta has registered
Investment banker extradited for helping clients defraud tax authorities
A former employee of Mossack Fonesca has been extradited
Huawei presents ‘mortal danger’ to open societies
The World Economic Forum at Davos received a stark
Halal(baloo): face it, you’re a xenophobe
One topic that has filled my news feed over
Malta and the laundering of Azeri money
Forbes, one of the world’s leading business magazines, has
Malta places poorly in expat safety survey
Malta ranks as the 38th safest country for expats
The Shift News cyber attack reported by Mapping Media Freedom
The cyber attack on The Shift News on Friday
Huawei faces charges of Intellectual Property theft in US 
Chinese telecoms giant Huawei is experiencing yet more legal
Lack of digital skills and attractiveness thwart Malta’s digital dream
Joseph Muscat has been working hard over the last
Poland arrests Huawei employee as spy, while Malta pushes forward with deal
Counter intelligence services in Poland have arrested the sales
European Court of Human Rights slams Azerbaijan’s treatment of journalist
The European Court of Human Rights has today ruled
International condemnation of jailing of Turkish journalist on Malta reports
Following the news of Turkish journalist Pelin Ünker being
Concerns grow over ‘privacy deathstars’ collection of personal data
Over the last couple of years, concerns of how
A toxic debate on abuse
Over the last couple of weeks, I have watched
Our favourite stories of 2018
During 2018, The Shift News conducted a number of
Answers we are hoping for in 2019
2018 has been an interesting year full of scandal,
Countries you’ve never heard of beat Malta’s ‘most feminist government’ – Global Gender Gap report
Malta’s ‘most feminist government,’ as Joseph Muscat has sold
MEP lambasts political interference in Maltese cultural scene 
MEP Francis Zammit Dimech has once again hit out
Why are taxpayers forking out €1.4m to permit more air pollution?
In a recent report by the European Environment Agency,
NAO report on Voluntary Organisations highlights significant risks of money laundering
The Office of the Commissioner for Voluntary Organisations (OCVO)
UK halts cash-for-visa scheme amid concerns as Malta pawns citizenship
The UK has announced its intention to halt its
Profile of a Maltese troll
‘The Maltese Troll’ is a unique species in many
Malta is under attack, from the inside
I have sat back and watched with utter amazement
Get serious about violence against women
As if the situation was not already dire enough
The gloves are off
Malta, 13 September 2018. A group of environmental protestors
When did we become like this?
Over the last few weeks, I have found it
Domestic violence in Malta – a sorry state of affairs
In 2017 alone, there were 1,257 reports of domestic