Opinion: Keith Schembri was the centre of the web
When I read that Keith Schembri had a fake
Muscat: Fast and loose with the truth
Joseph Muscat likes to play fast and loose with
No due diligence in dodgy hospitals deal
Chris Fearne and Edward Scicluna were back in court
Joseph Muscat’s jailbird friends
You can tell a lot about a person by
Money laundering: Will Malta’s prosecutors fumble the ball?
A court in Panama has acquitted twenty-eight people charged
Opinion: Shadow bans and shady people
What is it with Malta and shady people? The
Opinion: A sunny place for shady people
Malta has learned nothing from the brutal murder of
Christmas carolling with The Shift
‘Twas the night before Christmas, and down at The
Robert Abela’s Pinocchio problem
If you don’t want to be sued, stop asking
How many more have to die?
Six construction workers were buried beneath the rubble of
Don’t fall for Abela’s ruse
Robert Abela is like that spoiled kid with overindulgent
Brutality beyond the law
Bernice Cassar was shot to death by her husband
Five years and still here
The Shift is still online after five years. I
Press freedom organisations slam Abela’s take on OSCE meeting
Prime Minister Robert Abela met with Organisation for Security
Robert Abela’s prolonged shrug
Prime Minister Robert Abela gave his first one-on-one video
Consulting payments are a red flag
“What Michael Stivala and Joseph Muscat do in their
Subsidising energy while Electrogas scores
As the European Union sprints into recession, the finance
Melvin Theuma’s refusal to testify
Melvin Theuma has refused to testify against the men
Five years of stalling and avoiding
Representatives of the world’s leading press freedom groups are
Creating reality one rubbish bin at a time
The government of Malta has been scolded again for
Il-Hutch goes down in proxy war
Another Party loyalist lost his livelihood this week in
The boys are back in town
Malta’s part-time prime minister is on holiday again. Not
Getting away with murder
Another 16th has come. Next month marks five years
Livin’ (at) large in Dubai
Ahh, to be young and free in Dubai, especially
Suitcases in the night
Frustrated citizens took to the streets again this week
Unlicensed drivers on lawless roads
No one who’s experienced Maltese roads was surprised to
Humour in the face of tyranny
Hadi Matar had only read “a couple of pages”
Lawless roads and random lead
The Canadian government has enraged the ‘go back to
Government attacks The Shift with legal Groundhog Day
Forty separate branches of the government are attacking another
Holidays in hell
I’ll always remember my first visit to Comino. Don’t

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