Banker unchained: Ali Sadr wants to break free
The Iranian owner and chairman of the now-defunct Pilatus
UK Foreign Affairs Committee applies pressure for independent public inquiry
Daphne Caruana Galizia’s “death should set a precedent for
Thousands attend anti-government protest in Valletta
Thousands of citizens responded to the call by over
The government’s decision to abolish licensing of massage parlours ‘wrong’
Massage parlours throughout Malta are being used for prostitution
Freedom of Information request on Environment Ministry’s involvement in White Flag rejected
A Freedom of Information request filed on the communication
EU plans to stamp out creeping public surveillance of European citizens
The Maltese government’s beleaguered “Safe City” (or ‘Big Brother’)
Defamation reform: a cautionary but hopeful story
Guest commentary by Nik Williams. In Scotland, defamation law
Government confirms The Shift’s findings on Cabinet salaries increase
During a press briefing on Monday to which The
The Shift’s investigation cancels plans for 40 White Flags in Seychelles
The Seychelles government has cancelled plans to have White
When ‘fake news’ comes from a DOI press release
On Saturday, the Department of Information published a government
Individuals target Daphne Caruana Galizia protest memorial
The portrait of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, placed at
Constitutional reform: The case for a process led by citizens
Guest commentary by Marion Pace Asciak, President NGO Repubblika
Can you hear it?
Guest commentary by Tom Welch “Can you hear it?
No answers on what Malta is doing with Mustafa Abdel Wadood 
Identity Malta and the Maltese embassy in the US
Maltese citizen pleads guilty to fraud involving millions in US court
Maltese citizen Mustafa Abdel Wadood, 49, has pleaded guilty
Cover your assets: Justice and Culture Minister Owen ‘ Noddy’ Bonnici
The asset declarations of Justice and Culture Minister Owen
Ministers’ ‘abusive language’ against journalists in Malta reported as threat
The “abusive language in regard of The Shift News”
Cover your assets: Parliamentary Secretary Silvio ‘I’m Cryptic’ Schembri
Parliamentary Secretary Silvio Schembri has only ever filed two
Din l-Art Ħelwa slams ‘onslaught on heritage in the heart of Sliema’
Heritage organisation Din l-Art Ħelwa has raised the alarm
Cover your assets: Finance Minister Edward ‘Windbag’ Scicluna
Finance Minister Edward Sciclina’s net wealth is increasing by
Cover your assets: Economy Minister Chris ‘Horndog’ Cardona
Economy Minister Chris Cardona sets the example on ignoring
Businessman suing UK journalist linked to firms threatening press in Malta
Arron Banks, the controversial British businessman with links to
Cover your assets: Minister Konrad ‘I earn less but I spend more’ Mizzi
Ever since Panama Papers broke in 2016, Minister Konrad
The first Finance Minister under investigation in the European Union
The EU has not had a Finance Minister under
The games MPs play to hide their assets
Key findings: Ministers and Parliamentary Secretaries did not table
‘An independent public inquiry is more urgent than ever’ – Reporters Without Borders
The need for an independent public inquiry remained urgent,
‘States using online harassment as a weapon against critical journalists’
A new website launched by the International Press Institute
‘Public inquiry will not impinge on ongoing criminal investigation’
Updated to include the statement by the Opposition. It
Foreign Minister commits to public inquiry within three months
The focus on the assassination of journalist Daphne Caruana
Media Freedom Rapporteurs launch joint declaration at London conference
The Media Freedom Rapporteurs of international institutions have come

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