‘Groundbreaking confirmation of the role political propaganda played in her death’
An extensive, six-month investigation by The Shift into the
‘High risk’ threats to media pluralism in Malta highlighted in report
The Shift’s efforts to ensure financial transparency by disclosing
Disinformation Watch: Fretting about the FATF
That the government was about to embark on a
UN: pushbacks violate human rights, are incompatible with state obligations
Migrant pushbacks result in human rights violations and are
Keeping things in check #3
Prime Minister Robert Abela and his “best in the
65 % in Malta think corruption in government is a big problem – survey
Two-thirds of Maltese people think that government corruption is
Manifesto magic
Every time Minister Carmelo Abela needs people to focus
Keeping things in check #2
We at The Shift were not exaggerating when we
Keeping things in check #1
Nuggets of disinformation by politicians and public figures are
Gozo lawyers protest against dire working conditions at Rabat court
Gozitan lawyers frustrated by a deteriorating work environment and
Anti-corruption measures still lacking – GRECO
The new draft code of ethics for Malta’s members
Planning Authority ignores Ombudsman’s Comino works recommendations
The Ombudsman and his Commissioner for Environment and Planning
‘Worrying degree of democratic backsliding’ – Council of Europe report
The latest annual report on the state of democracy,
Disinformation Watch: amplifying the absurd
It has been all of two weeks since the
Disinformation Watch: power loves a bad idea
In their 2021 ‘Nations in Transit’ report, Freedom House
Disinformation Watch: Destroying standards
In a move that indicates just how unwilling Anġlu
Impunity, judicial harassment and State-led capture, key concerns in Council of Europe report
The Council of Europe Platform to Promote the Protection
No improvement for Malta in 2021 RSF world press freedom index
Malta has retained its lowest recorded position in the
EUROPOL highlights corruption in ‘serious organized crime threat assessment’
According to a EUROPOL report published on 12 March,
Malta involved in Italian fuel tax fraud investigation worth €1 billion
Dozens of people have been arrested and almost €600
Sorry, not sorry: The political pseudo apology
On 5 April, Labour’s deputy leader, Daniel Micallef, said
NGOs demand to know the fate of 100 people adrift at sea
Thirty-seven civil society organisations expressed extreme concern about the
The pace of extradition
When The Shift learnt that Adrian Hillman was not
Keith Schembri’s day of reckoning
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