Police seen applying two weights and two measures for security guard licences
More people have come forward to highlight the police
Maltese gaming companies accused of targeting millions of African youths
The host of online gaming companies based in Malta
No connection to Steward’s Malta fiasco, MPT insist as it sues short-sellers Viceroy
American company Medical Properties Trust has instituted a lawsuit
Cutajar calls it quits, from Labour but not parliament
MP Rosianne Cutajar has resigned from the Labour Party’s
EP wants beneficial owners register reopened for journalists and civil society
Two different European parliamentary committees are of the joint
The Shift tirbaħ tmin kawżi oħra tal-appell FOI
This article is available in English Nhar l-Erbgħa The Shift
The Shift wins another eight FOI appeals court cases
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti The Shift on Wednesday won
IPI honours women leading impactful media initiatives around the world
The International Press Institute has taken the occasion of
The Shift wins two-year government SLAPP battles, but war not over
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti After a two-year legal
Gaming company directors resigned two months before 130 employees were fired
While some 130 workers were suddenly made redundant just
Air Malta employees who opted for retirement schemes left in the lurch since November
Dozens of former Air Malta employees who took up
Police worked backward to justify AG’s order not to prosecute Pilatus official
Top brass at the police force worked backwards to
Co-accused in $75 million Malta-based fraud pleads guilty to conspiracy
Christopher Herwig, who stands accused together with billionaire insurance
Fishing co-op committee members held personally responsible for liquidation costs
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti The individual committee members
Malta, the Mafia’s ‘El Dorado’: report finds billions laundered through Malta
A study commissioned and published by the European Parliament’s
Scandal-ridden fishing co-op dissolved in ‘bogus exercise’
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti In what fishermen speaking
‘EU breaking international law’ as Malta hosts drone surveillance sharing coordinates with Libya
The European Union is accused of breaking international law
Don’t ask questions if you don’t want lawsuits, PA lawyer tells The Shift
A lawyer for the Planning Authority suggested in court
Frontex drone and planes out of Malta ‘complicit in human rights abuses’
A drone registered and operated out of Malta by
BCRS seeks to set record straight, says it will do better as it faces public backlash
The top brass of the highly controversial and much-maligned
Air Malta part-time ground handlers treated awfully by minister and airline
Air Malta’s part-time ground handling employees have been left
€16 million EU-funded Bugibba ferry project threatens EU Natura 2000 site
A €16 million project entirely funded by the EU
Mafia in Malta: Catania judge sentences 11 for trafficking drugs to Malta, Sicily
A judge in Catania has sentenced 11 people, most
Russian-Maltese oligarch can’t evict squatters from Amsterdam property
A Dutch court has ruled that squatters can effectively
US sanctions Maltese company and eight planes for transporting Russian oligarch
The United States government has sanctioned a Maltese-Russian luxury
Community Work Scheme a ‘numbers exercise’ to lower unemployment figures
The National Audit Office has warned the Community Work
EP exposes growing web of global spyware chiefs’ interests in Malta
A draft report by a European Parliament committee investigating
Belgian finance minister pledges crackdown on Malta yacht tax loophole
Belgian Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister tasked with

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