Trillion-dollar hedge fund administrator Citco among 21 finance firms to surrender licences since early September
Citco, an international hedge fund administrator  which oversees around
BUDGET: Government ministries to spend €2.4 billion more in 2022 than in 2021
Last week, the government announced its 2022 budget, which
Fortina files second Balluta Bay pontoon application despite pending appeal
Balluta Bay residents who’d been relieved when controversial plans
Labour party media blackout on coverage of Daphne Caruana Galizia’s fourth anniversary
Despite a full weekend in which high-ranking EU officials,
‘Investigative journalists in Malta are still marginalised’ – Reporters Without Borders
“In Malta, I have the impression that journalists, especially
International press freedom organisations ‘will closely monitor’ implementation of public inquiry findings
Five international press freedom organisations have stressed their commitment
Superintendence for Cultural Heritage was not consulted on metro project
The Superintendence for Cultural Heritage (SCH) has told The
Maltese worker injured on duty fired by employer holding him responsible for damages
A Maltese truck driver and machinery operator, Joseph Spiteri,
Police force refuses to disclose regulations on body camera use
The police force has refused to disclose a copy
Geologist flags ‘many questionable aspects’ of metro proposal
A geologist has flagged the “many questionable aspects” of
Decision to ban hunting at Qawra Point is ‘legislation by spectacle’
The government’s decision to ban hunting at Qawra Point
Migrants’ protest: ‘We want justice for our brothers who died’
Following public uproar over an incident in which a
Alleged fraudster’s ship servicing company never submitted audited accounts
Updated to include a response from the MFSA. Multinational
Alleged $50 million fraudster released by Maltese courts owns shares in Malta-based companies
Frank Rafaraci, who allegedly defrauded the US Navy of
‘Use of body cameras by the police can interfere in right to privacy’ – Giovanni Bonello
Five months after the government announced that police officers
Nation in disbelief over ‘obscene’ news of injured worker dumped on pavement
After the publication of shocking images of a terrified
Hotel complex on ex-Pulvich factory land in protected area recommended for approval
The controversial application aiming to convert an abandoned explosives
Caravan village at White Rocks stays past deadline
A site that morphed into a caravan village over
LinkedIn personal data published online affects 92% of all users: ‘TomLiner’ strikes again
The cybersecurity industry scrambled to deal with the latest
Entertainment industry flags growing concerns about MTA’s ticketing system
Concerned sources within the entertainment industry flagged a ticketing
‘We knew our lives would be hell after my mother’s murder’ – Matthew Caruana Galizia
Lana Estemirova, daughter of assassinated Chechen activist and journalist
Government spent at least €89.2 million on questionable direct orders since July 2020
Just five of The Shift’s multiple investigations into government-issued
‘Media and freedom of speech are indispensable’ for EU democracy, vice-president of EU commission says
Vice-President of the EU Commission for Values and Transparency
‘If we don’t fight for press freedom, who will?’
The Shift News’ six-month investigation into Labour’s secret online
Encroachment by stealth: speculators quietly gobbling up Malta’s farmland
Three areas historically known for their agricultural, natural, historical
Planning travesties: residents’ and NGOs’ objections increase, but has anything changed?
Over the past few years, residents and environmental NGOs