Harsh libel judgments are a disservice to journalism in Malta
The high financial damages inflicted on The Sunday Times
Reassigning hunting responsibilities an electoral boon to Gozo Minister
Although the idea of appointing a minister to be
How Malta became a den of thieves
The revelations emerging from the public inquiry into Daphne
Will Malta’s parliamentarians begin to serve their role in a democracy?
It’s not clear whether the recent order instigated by
Will the new police chief be another puppet?  
Prime Minister Robert Abela’s new system for the appointment
The tide is turning, but no time to rest
Joseph Muscat was forced to resign in disgrace, after
‘Push back against those who abuse the law to silence the media’ – Index on Censorship
In March last year, hundreds of journalists took the
Will Labour’s dark horse flop or run?
On having to carry out tricky reforms or steady
What’s up double doc?
If I could, I’d remove both Robert Abela and
Should I stay or should I go?
The reverence with which both contenders have conducted themselves,
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Guest commentary by Mark Scerri The last two months
Labour Party leader candidates need to take the right bold decisions
An open letter to Labour Party candidates Chris Fearne
A sea of red
A sea of red. People all dressed to kill.
Manipulation of the Egrant inquiry
Now we know why Joseph Muscat held back publication
Brussels set to intervene on Malta after European Parliament’s resolution
The massive tally of votes garnered by the European
Joseph’s world tour of Malta
‘The lights finally dim, the applause reaches a crescendo
No reconciliation without truth
President George Vella’s Republic Day speech has made the
Prime Minister still pulling all the strings of power
The Council of Europe’s Venice Commission – officially known
Where injustice becomes law, resistance becomes duty
Guest commentary by environmental activist Sasha Vella. Malta is
Constitutional abuse, again
Guest commentary by Mark A. Sammut The situation is
Will the public mood bring down Labour?
The Prime Minister’s haggard demeanour on Friday at 3am,
Malta’s crisis of democracy
Castille Square was a sea of flags as thousands
The battle for the soul of the country
Joseph Muscat clings to power under increasing pressure from
Two years of The Shift: Malta’s only newsroom funded by readers
The Shift is two years old. We want to
You will not get away with murder
Guest commentary by Annie Game, Executive Director of IFEX,
Breaking their rules – Megan Mallia
Guest commentary by Megan Mallia, niece of assassinated journalist
‘The many assassinations of Daphne’ – Ġorġ Mallia
By Ġorġ Mallia, Head of Department Media and Communications
Reporters Without Borders returns to Malta to demand justice for Daphne
Guest commentary by Rebecca Vincent, UK Bureau Director, Reporters
A partial review is worse than none at all
The investigation by Public Standards Commissioner George Hyzler into
Constitutional reform: The case for a process led by citizens
Guest commentary by Marion Pace Asciak, President NGO Repubblika