It’s our business to question why police won’t act on ‘criminally tainted’ deal
As activists gathered outside Castille last week demanding to
‘If we lose the free press, we cease to be a democracy’
“His aim is to confuse the public, so that
Sponsors start to withdraw support of White Flag project amid concerns
Concerns on the ‘White Flag’ project in Malta have
Venice Commission report critical of government’s intolerance of criticism
The Venice Commission insisted in its report published today
Venice Commission report shows ‘Malta is not a functioning democracy’
No country that calls itself a democracy can live
President of White Flag International cuts all ties following ‘scam’ revelations
Steve Abela, the President of White Flag International running
Taxpayers funded White Flags in Gozo
The Gozo Ministry has refused to disclose the amount
‘Unacceptable’ – international criticism of Foreign Minister’s aide
The world’s leading experts on freedom of expression have
The man with the big (White Flag) idea accused of fraud
Former employees and sponsor of Kristijan Curavić’s ‘environmental’ projects
Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation to sue White Flag organisation
The Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation, which White
Taxpayers set to fork out millions for plastic free beaches, but is it all a scam?
While government ministers have been falling over themselves for
One year of The Shift
The year ended the same way it started… with
International organisations raise alarm: ‘One year after arrests, no justice’
Nine international freedom of expression, press freedom, and professional
Report details how journalists are the target of criminal organisations
More than 30 journalists have been killed worldwide by
‘Millions stolen from taxpayers’ on power station deal
A “conservative estimate” by the National Audit Office found
Lands Leak: Consent is not a ‘get out of jail free card’
Data protection specialists threw cold water on the Lands
Lands Leak: ‘Independent auditor’ assessing data breach is PL mayor
At a Glance: Labour Party mayor Charlene Muscat was
Lands Leak: False assurances following massive breach of personal data
The Lands Authority has announced there was ‘no breach
Massive breach of personal data from Lands Authority website
At a Glance: Over 5,000 Lands Authority online services
‘A worrying move by Malta’s Parliament to censor The Shift News’ – Reporters Without Borders
Reporters Without Borders’ (RSF) UK Bureau Director Rebecca Vincent
Fake news portal behind attack on MEP Ana Gomes
The source of allegations on Socialist MEP Ana Gomes
Reporters Without Borders renews call for public inquiry after investigation leak
Reacting to contradictory information about the investigation on the
Caruana Galizia family ‘not informed’ of developments in investigation
The family of assassinated journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia has
‘Daphne was right’ is the message marking 13 months since she was killed
‘Daphne was right’ appeared on banners and graffiti overnight
Malta told to increase journalists’ protection at UN human rights review
The Malta delegation led by Minister for EU Affairs
EXCLUSIVE Naomi Klein in Malta: ‘It reminds me of Donald Trump’
There are moments in life where everything makes sense
‘Government should not fan the flames of hate and violence’ – Naomi Klein
A year ago the murder of an investigative journalist
‘Sophia’ now selling Moldova citizenship for Henley & Partners
At the annual Global Residence and Citizenship Conference by
On a ‘Belt and Road’ to where?
Malta is among the first European countries to sign