The Shift turns four
Amid the bustle of our investigations, newsroom meetings, reports,
On the abuse of office
“What’s in it for you?” is perhaps one of
Putting things in perspective
I woke up to a stream of emails this
Culture of impunity allows deceit and dishonesty to run rampant
We’ve all been the victims of lies propagated by
We’re biased, and we’re cool with it
Much has been said about The Shift, ever since
Right of Reply: Allied Newspapers ‘defends its reputation’
Allied Newspapers has sent us the following Right of
We’re not infecting anyone, maybe
We’re not ones to use a crisis for promotion
The weaponisation of information
Glenn Bedingfield’s testimony before the public inquiry Board today
The tide is turning, but no time to rest
Joseph Muscat was forced to resign in disgrace, after
Two years of The Shift: Malta’s only newsroom funded by readers
The Shift is two years old. We want to
We shall not be led ‘like sheep to the slaughter’
In 1783, one of the founding fathers of the
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Walking a fine line
Action taken yesterday to arrest suspects in connection with
Has the Prime Minister assumed the role of police chief?
Prime Minister Joseph Muscat’s decision to take centre stage
Article 7: Malta at risk of losing voting rights
One aspect of the resolution approved by the European
Why Muscat’s metropolitan dream may ruin our future
Prime Minister Joseph Muscat outlined his dream of seeing
Who is the sidekick: Muscat or Schembri?
Instead of facing questions from a delegation of MEPs
Carmelo Abela should resign
Carmelo Abela’s position as Malta’s Foreign Minister is no
Keith Schembri owes Europe an explanation
As Chief of Staff of the Prime Minister, Keith
Secrecy clouds energy deals
The Sunday Times of Malta this week reported how
Ferris should not be silenced
Jonathan Ferris, who was sacked from the Financial Intelligence
The value of a human life: $400
The United Nations has described the Mediterranean as the
Financial services: Joseph Muscat should lead by example
Prime Minister Joseph Muscat warned operators in the Financial
Baby snatching hoax exposes racist undercurrent
TVM has done a good job of exposing as
When love trumps Delia’s legalisms
By presenting a motion that would have denied same-sex
How taxpayers paid for Labour’s electoral campaign
114 persons were employed by the Armed Forces in
Zero tolerance for violence on women
Maltese women are among the most likely to experience
A weak opposition is bad news for the country
Surveys published in the past months indicate that the
Dangerous tribalism and fake nationalism
The latest facebook threat by someone who believes that

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