New road at the centre of a 3 week protest in Dingli opens door for development application
A plot of agricultural land near a hotly-contested area
Owen Bonnici’s ‘band club protection’ law re-confirmed to be in breach of human rights
On Thursday morning, the Constitutional Court conclusively determined that
More taxpayer money sent Saviour Balzan’s way
The co-owner of Media Today, Saviour Balzan, has been
Roberta Metsola secures European Parliament presidency in landslide victory
Securing 67% of all votes, Roberta Metsola became the
Civil service chief Mario Cutajar continues his attack on the Ombudsman
Principal Permanent Secretary Mario Cutajar upped his attack against
Mayhem and abuse found at housing estates’ maintenance company
The company set up by the government to oversee
National Orchestra Hall announcement falls flat
Plans to convert a palazzo that used to host
‘Persons of trust’ go beyond Malta’s borders: Arts Council appoints one in New York
The government’s practice of appointing those loyal to the
Ombudsman slams civil service chief on ‘insinuations, half truths and allegations’
The Office of the Ombudsman has reacted strongly to
Application for tourism complex on site of former explosives factory in Dingli withdrawn
The controversial planning application aiming to convert an abandoned
New moves in court to fight DB project
Three Local Councils together with several organisations and residents
Chambray restoration stalled since 2015, PA took six years to issue permit
Much needed restoration works on the fortifications of Fort
Remembering them
On 5 January the mother of Justin Plette posted
Accusations of intimidation leveled at The Shift are ‘absolutely ludicrous’ – Reporters Without Borders
Reporters Without Borders has slammed a government lawyer’s assertions
Transport Minister Ian Borg keeps disgraced former MFSA boss on board
Transport Minister Ian Borg has decided to retain disgraced
Maghtab gets third waste mountain, Wasteserv CEO says it’s ok
With works for another extension to the ever-growing landfill
Joe Gerada, of FKK Acapulco fame, demands tribunal ban The Shift from asking questions
The former aide of disgraced ex-minister Chris Cardona, teacher-turned-lawyer
L-Aqwa Zmien: The gift that keeps on giving for Janice Bartolo
Former One TV reporter Janice Bartolo has certainly been
Cabinet secretary stonewalls on new €30,000 payment to disgraced ex-minister Justyne Caruana
Cabinet Secretary Mario Cutajar has refused to disclose whether
Looking back to move forward
Injustice, in one form or another, is the subject