The change we demand
One of the most revealing comments about Malta was
Time to bin the ‘serenity’ and ‘peace of mind’ clichés
The survey published by US analytics company Gallup that
Post-Deiulemar BOV share price: Was there an attempt at market manipulation?
An op-ed by a leading financial analyst in Malta.
Echoing concerns: 3 high profile reports on Malta’s rule of law in 2 days
Three analyses on the rule of law in Malta
Scrutiny and standards go hand in hand
Criticism is for has-beens, accountability is for fools, and
Stonewalling politicians and word salad manifestos
One of the most striking aspects of Malta’s 2022
Journalists killed exposing atrocities in Ukraine honoured at Daphne Caruana Galizia vigil
The speakers at a monthly vigil for assassinated journalist
Overwhelming majority votes in favour of EU report to abolish ‘golden passport’
A European Parliament vote to ban citizen by investment
Joseph Muscat’s legacy of failure
As disgraced former prime minister Joseph Muscat pulls strings
Taxes: two weights, two measures
With a general election looming, the government has yet
Patterns of resistance
The government’s reluctance, verging on recalcitrance, for meaningful reform
Government spent at least €89.2 million on questionable direct orders since July 2020
Just five of The Shift’s multiple investigations into government-issued
5 Covid-19 vaccine myths explained
Despite Malta’s successful vaccination rate against Covid-19, and the
Bedingfield among seven government MPs using state funds to boost their image amid election speculation
Government whip Glenn Bedingfield and six other government MPs
Strong measures to remedy the toxic situation
The long list of recommendations proposed by the report into the
‘Groundbreaking confirmation of the role political propaganda played in her death’
An extensive, six-month investigation by The Shift into the
10 protests stymied during pandemic on fear of reprisals following police objections
The police have objected to ten protest applications citing
Conclusions of public inquiry into Daphne Caruana Galizia’s death expected this week
The public inquiry into the assassination of journalist Daphne
COVID-19 infections creep up as Malta opens its borders to tourists
As the summer tourism season opens and Malta’s economy
New familiar patterns
The timing of the Conference for National Unity, held
Prime Minister’s decision not to divulge expenditure on media publicity ‘banal’
NGO Repubblika has said the prime minister’s excuses not
On the right side of a fight
Dutch MP Pieter Omtzigt was instrumental in uncovering the
‘Women journalists in Malta have to go against partisan politics, misogyny and societal boundaries’
Verbal abuse against women journalists has become legitimised through
Government mum on deals with Gozo Curia
The government is refusing to give information on a
Vigil for Daphne Caruana Galizia commemorates victims of pandemic
A vigil commemorating the life and work of assassinated
The People vs Joseph Muscat
As expected, disgraced former prime minister Joseph Muscat’s brazen
When they get it wrong
The coordinated attack on The Shift by the three
Labour’s pandering to hunters and trappers may backfire
Saturday’s protest in front of the Prime Minister’s office
The legacy of a few men
The world is aware that Malta, under the premiership
Former European Court Judge Giovanni Bonello slams the Attorney General’s track record
Former judge at the European Court of Human Rights

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