AUM slashes fees as project faces complete failure
The much-lauded American University of Malta (AUM) project is
‘Government tactic is to punish and intimidate health care professionals’
The Malta Association of Public Health Medicine (MAPHM) has
Further irregularities come to light as PA prepares to approve development near historical windmill
The Planning Authority only put up a photomontage related
The Shift barred from accessing MPs’ tax declarations
The Shift has been refused access to the tax
Daphne Caruana Galizia inquiry: where to from here?
The details revealed by the public inquiry into Maltese
Edward Zammit Lewis using direct orders to lure Chris Cardona’s votes
Justice Minister Edward Zammit Lewis, who failed to get
Labour front-runner to replace Edward Scicluna is a PN life member
The governing Labour Party may lose another parliamentary seat
EXCLUSIVE: MFSA asks former CEO to refund over €23,000 in ‘extra pay’ received
The financial services regulator – MFSA – has asked
Electrogas director linked to Canadian company receiving first cannabis licence
The first licence issued by the government for the
The Shift’s Financials: Taking a stand for transparency
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Court decisions against FIAU to remain ‘secret’
Court challenges to hefty administrative fines being dished out
‘Art For Free Press’ exhibition success: Your last chance for one of the few remaining artworks
Update: Please note that some of the artworks listed
Ponte Ferries rules out catamaran for Gozo fast ferry service
Ponte Ferries, the company to start offering a new
Dozens of journalists hacked by spyware company owned by Maltese citizen
Dozens of journalists were allegedly hacked with the help
Zammit Lewis continues to evade clarity on tax declaration
Justice Minister Edward Zammit Lewis is still unable to
Twilight: an exhibition of paintings during a pandemic
‘Twilight’ might sound like an odd name for what
Justice Minister cannot explain his own tax return
Justice Minister Edward Zammit Lewis cannot explain how he
Auditor General finds MFSA in breach of good governance rules
Malta’s financial services watchdog, the MFSA, has been found
EXCLUSIVE: Fast ferry ‘war’ to move from Gozo to Sicily route
The Shift can exclusively reveal a looming commercial war
European press freedom organisation reacts to Neville Gafa’s acquittal
The European Centre for Press and Media Freedom (ECPMF)
NAO confirms gross irregularities in shooting range project
An NAO audit on the controversial government shooting range
Gozo pool development leads to dismantling of recently renovated sports complex
A government project for an Olympic-size pool on a
‘You are not credible, I am sorry’ – former Chief Justice tells Keith Schembri
The public inquiry hearing on Monday touched upon a
The secret OPM advisor on the ITS deal with Silvio Debono was Alex Sciberras
The Shift can exclusively reveal that it was lawyer
‘Significant increase’ in people needing assistance, Foodbank calls for donations
For a Christmas season that marks the end of
Labour unseated from important EP role
Malta’s Labour Party suffered a major defeat at the
Government allocates €200,000 in EU funds to Portelli’s illegal project
A stretch of rubble walls, built illegally on idyllic
Caqnu keeps ‘winning’ despite his reported blacklisting over tax arrears
A much-vaunted ‘blacklist’ introduced by Infrastructure Malta, supposedly barring

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