Former director of Binance, company fined billions in US, living it up in Malta
The former director of the Malta-registered portion of Binance
Film Commissioner Johann Grech gets €90,000 raise amid mounting scandals
Aqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti Prime Minister Robert Abela has
Lands Authority files court challenge in bid to hide contracts, direct orders
The Lands Authority, through its lawyer Vincienne Vella, has
Carmen Ciantar axed from Foundation for Medical Services by new minister
As Minister Jo Etienne Abela has taken the helm
‘New’ airline already paid €200,000 in accommodation, flights for consultants
Former Etihad consultants unsuccessfully engaged to save beleaguered national
BOV portfolio of ‘non-performing’ loans sold for a quarter of its estimated value
Aqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti Multiple sources have confirmed that
REVEALED: The undisclosed buyers of BOV loan portfolio worth millions
Aqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti A company that has purchased
Malta slammed for lobbying for spyware use on journalists amid mounting media freedom failures
The Maltese government’s lobbying to allow legal surveillance of
We’re digging deeper to level up
For six years, The Shift has led investigations into
An epic failure of blockbuster proportions
Tista taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti. For the past four
PM’s failure to address rule of law recommendations ‘shocking’
Reacting to Prime Minister Robert Abela’s speech in parliament
Editorial: Injudicious judicial picnics
News that judges and magistrates attended an event hosted
OPM forced to publish Cabinet Secretary Ryan Spagnol’s contract
The Office of the Prime Minister has been forced
Melvin Theuma’s ‘fixer’ given new government job, facing criminal charges
Rabat mayor Sandro Craus, facing criminal charges in connection
Information on the film commissioner’s latest spending spree blocked
The government has blocked a Freedom of Information request
Economy slowing as debt forecasted to rise further – Central Bank
Malta’s economy is slowing down while the island’s surging
The freedom our readers give us: The Shift launches summer campaign
The crowdfunding campaign, ‘Support a Newsroom that Has the
Big guns behind the Evans Building privatisation bids revealed
Months of resistance from the government to reveal the
Labour’s campaign aide put on TM payroll a week after elections
After assisting the Labour Party in the last general
Revealed: GWU cashing in from government human rights directorate
The General Workers Union (GWU) has continued to increase
House of mirrors: Vitals, Ciantar and disinformation
The noise surrounding allegations against Carmen Ciantar, coupled with
Clyde Caruana won’t reveal Air Malta boss’s remuneration
Finance Minister Clyde Caruana is refusing to make public
The Shift wins its 12th FOI appeals court case, seven more pending judgements
The Court of Appeal presided over by Mr Justice
Abela’s ousted ministers share €318,000 from secret terminal benefits scheme
The latest reshuffle of Robert Abela’s cabinet has come
Taxpayers footing thousands to keep Saviour Balzan’s public payments secret
The conclusion of 10 court cases the government filed
PM’s former legal assistant gets five-star treatment in his MTA contract
A 30-year-old lawyer from Mosta who was Robert Abela’s
Ġlieda FOI li damet għaddejja sentejn, tikxef kif il-kap tal-PBS qed jitħallas darbtejn għall-istess rwol
This article is available in English Mark Sammut, iċ-Chairman
PBS boss is being paid twice for the same role, a two-year FOI battle reveals
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti PBS Executive Chairman Mark
Lands Minister blocks information on controversial Mellieha land grab
Lands Minister Silvio Schembri is refusing to publish information
Labour reporter put on Wasteserv’s payroll as lawyer without warrant
CEO Richard Bilocca refuses to explain how he engaged

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