The big manifesto crunch: what are parties in opposition proposing?
In the interest of preserving The Shift’s role as
Planning Authority silent on prime minister’s conflict of interest in property deals
The Planning Authority (PA) has not responded to questions
Planning board member doubles as director of sales for Exante
A member of the Planning Authority’s (PA) planning board
Joseph Muscat’s legacy of failure
As disgraced former prime minister Joseph Muscat pulls strings
Owners of Burmarrad Commercials gifted 65 year emphyteutical deed starting at €1 per month
Burmarrad Manufacturing Ltd was awarded a 65 year emphyteutical
Web of companies linked to Exante still operating through Malta in spite of Russia’s blacklisting
An investigation by The Shift has confirmed that a
Croatian behind White Flag scam at it again with ‘Plastic Ocean Summit’
A Croatian conman who The Shift had exposed as
12 media freedom threats registered in Malta in 2021
The European Centre for Press and Media Freedom listed
Saviour Balzan given premises at industrial park for 15 years starting at €1 a month
Business 2 Business Ltd, a company solely owned by
As Suisse Secrets scandal breaks, Labour’s election poster girl trumpets new role at Credit Suisse
In yet another seismic development in international finance and
Army veteran tells his story: AFM ‘from bad to worse’
Anthony Grech is a soft-spoken man whose sense of
Gozo architect Alex Bigeni on livestock farm development spree
Architect Alex Bigeni, whose name is regularly associated with
Media and gaming conglomerate set to leave Malta, cites FATF greylisting
Media and Games Invest SE (MGI), a media and
Excavation works ordered to halt on complex featuring 200 apartments near Ghar il-Friefet
The Building and Construction Authority (BCA) issued orders to
Four years after promised divestment, passports fund retains majority share of Lombard Bank
Malta’s passports fund, known formally as the National Development
Encroachment fees total €9.5 million since 2013
A total of €9.4 million was generated from fees
UK court orders forfeiture of £5.6 million laundered through Azerbaijan laundromat
A UK court ordered on 31 January the seizure
Malta-based gaming operator fined £3.8 million over money laundering breaches in the UK
Malta-based Genesis Global Ltd has been fined £3.8 million
Five international eNGOs call on EU parliament to object to ‘outdated’ energy project guidelines
Five international eNGOs issued an urgent statement to call
Environment, cultural heritage watchdogs object to Wied Ghasri ‘poultry farm’
Both the Environment and Resources Authority (ERA) and the
Legal experts clash as freezing orders on assets relaxed in high profile cases
Following at least three instances in which high profile
Binance under scrutiny, capitalising on ‘veneer of legitimacy’ given by Malta government
Binance, a cryptocurrency exchange that Malta had welcomed with
After 2 years of ‘ongoing negotiations’, government drops threats of ending hospitals deal
The health ministry has ignored questions on the outcome
No end to Konrad Mizzi’s filibustering on Electrogas deal at public accounts committee
Yet another hearing of the Public Accounts Committee (PAC),
Speaker to decide whether ethics committee is to continue investigating Justyne Caruana
The parliamentary committee for standards in public life suspended
Police union flags ‘disconnection’ between officers’ needs and administration
The Malta Police Union (MPU) is currently at loggerheads
FIAU slaps gambling operator with €387,000 fine, 14 regulations breached
Remote gaming operator Online Amusement Solution Ltd was slapped
Malta has highest rate of SLAPP cases per capita
Malta had the highest rate of SLAPP cases per
Government silent on China’s project in Gozo
As both local and Chinese dailies were flooded with

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