Gozo Minister appoints his brother-in-law on government board
The appointment by Minister Clint Camilleri of his own
A parliament of parasites
Robert Abela gave birth to another record-setting Cabinet. No,
Police take action on Gordon and Yvette Debono one year after the horse bolted
Gordon and Yvette Debono, the couple whose names have
Jimmy Magro to face corruption charges in court after three years
Next month the Court will be hearing a case
Wilful ineptitude
“The court would like to make it absolutely clear
MFSA blocks information on Cuschieri’s double income
Malta’s financial regulator, the MFSA, has put up a
‘Je suis Charlie’ my foot
It is with great dismay that The Shift team
Three years on, The Shift’s role is more urgent than ever
Daphne Caruana Galizia’s assassination just over three years ago
The Book of Judges by the book
“F’din l-art li ma tafnix, f’dis-siegħa sewda Inħobb u
An astute reshuffle
Robert Abela’s Cabinet reshuffle last night affected no fewer
Malta’s top artists unite behind The Shift, art exhibition launched
Occasionally, a passing comment unexpectedly grows and develops into
Taxpayers set to foot the bill for more debt left behind by Streamcast
The Court has ordered Streamcast to pay Enemalta more
Air Malta in the red as losses reach €150 million
Air Malta’s financial situation is facing a total meltdown
Attorney General silent on failure to appeal ruling on Robert Agius (Tal-Maksar)
Attorney General Victoria Buttigieg has persistently ignored questions on
MFSA payments to Saviour Balzan for ‘positive content’ under review
Thousands of euro per month paid by the MFSA
Old habits die hard in Gozo despite new Minister
Prime Minister Robert Abela’s latest weekend boast, that ‘his’
Standard deviation
There was a time I would speak of a
UPDATED: Banners mark one year since street protests led to political resignations
Updated to include follow-up statement by Occupy Justice on
A turn in the tide
A few months ago, Konrad Mizzi was finally expelled
NAO confirms Planning Authority’s blunder over direct order awarded to Labour pollster
An investigation by the National Audit Office (NAO) found
The light of a new dawn
It is The Shift’s third anniversary. It was born
No charges yet in sight despite police ‘show’ and leaks
As the mainstream media are being drip-fed leaks by
MFSA scandal: Cuschieri and Licari on 38 business trips abroad costing €0.5 million
Embattled MFSA chief Joseph Cuschieri and the Authority’s General
Gozo Channel faces bleak future as losses surge
Gozo Channel Operations Ltd, the State monopoly that provides
AG’s presence on committee set to investigate Yorgen Fenech’s lawyers is in breach of law
Attorney General (AG) Victoria Buttigieg sits on the body
Water Services Corporation racks up €72,000 in credit card bills in just over two years
The Water Services Corporation (WSC) managed to rack up
Disinformation Watch: A smile a day keeps the virus away
The year 2020 is, in some form or another,
The power of our example
The world breathed a sigh of relief on Saturday
Machiavelli: The Princess
The meteoric Miriam Dalli has landed back in Malta.
Gozitan heavyweights gifted €9 million public contract despite illegalities
A group of Gozitan businessmen, led by construction magnate
‘I choose not to respond’ – Brian Tonna and Karl Cini tell Inquiry Board
Nexia BT’s Brian Tonna and Karl Cini remained tight-lipped
MFSA scandal: Details emerge on Cuschieri’s intervention to give Licari €100,000 job
Edwina Licari, the “self-suspended” General Counsel of the MFSA,
Parliamentary Secretary for Citizenship Alex Muscat fails to explain income from Nexia BT
Alex Muscat, parliamentary secretary for citizenship, has failed to
Former Deputy Commissioner Silvio Valletta answered to Keith Schembri
Former deputy police commissioner Silvio Valletta felt obliged to
Who cares?
Reading the news right now is a bit like
Joseph Cuschieri topped his lucrative package with extra pay behind the MFSA Board’s back
Embattled MFSA CEO Joseph Cuschieri was drawing an extra
What happens in Vegas can’t stay in Vegas: MFSA chief, a friend, and a client accused of murder
As pressure from European financial authorities mounts on the
Agriculture Ministry turning Pitkalija into Gozo employment agency as election looms
A government-owned company responsible for the running of the
Anger management
You must wonder what the breaking point is. I
Courts judge crimes, inquiries judge sins
Here’s a fact that will change the way you
€16 million taken by Electrogas shareholders also hidden from European Commission
Electrogas shareholders hid over €16 million in ‘success fees’,
‘Lost’ hospitals’ MOU found at Malta Enterprise, despite Kurt Farrugia’s denials
Declarations made earlier by Kurt Farrugia, CEO of Malta
Emerging from the darkness
The Shift was one of the many positives that
‘No EU funds for government-controlled media or political propaganda’ – MEPs
Media freedom in Europe has declined MEPs deplore harassment