NAO confirms The Shift investigations on scandalous Gozo elderly home
The National Audit Office has confirmed findings revealed by
Malta’s top artists endorse The Shift’s 5-year anniversary campaign
The Shift’s work is again being endorsed by the
Five years of creating positive change
Tangible change takes time. It often requires patience and
PM to replace PA chairman as cull of Muscat connections continues
Martin Saliba, who in 2019 was appointed as Planning
No explanations for lease of catacombs site for ‘Grill & Chill’ events
Following recent reports by The Shift on how the
No shortage of Gozo Channel office space, but it’s paying chairman’s clients
As the Gozo Channel Company continues to carry out
Labour Party withdraws planning application with change of CEO
A planning application the Labour Party submitted last February
No improvement in Malta’s standing in the latest rule of law report
Malta’s global rank for the rule of law remains
EP sends strong message on impunity afforded to high-level officials
European Parliament members have sent an unequivocal message to
‘Turn the tide’, CoE Human Rights Commissioner says on press freedom
“All who are committed to democracy and a free
European Parliament resolution calls for withdrawal of FOI appeals against The Shift
Members of the European Parliament are calling on the
Six more public entities take The Shift to appeals court in FOI request denials
On Friday, just as the Council of Europe’s Human
‘Climate for freedom of information in Malta has deteriorated’ – RSF
The default position for Freedom of Information (FOI) should
Government waters down board of inquiry’s protection for journalists
Even after the government-appointed committee of media experts submitted
Media reform: minister claims wide public consultation that never happened
Presenting the government’s long-awaited media reform emerging from the
Your Right to Know: The Shift, RSF and Daphne Foundation to debate FOI abuse
The Shift will be holding a public debate on
Prime minister urged to publish proposals for press freedom reform
The Shift has joined over a hundred individuals, including
Malta registers nine media freedom violations in the first half of 2022
The government’s attempts to block access to information and
Impact of the EU Media Freedom Act on Malta’s landscape
A leaked copy of the draft Media Freedom Act
The curious case of those who know nothing
How many times must we witness the very people
Mizzi, the observer – Kevin Cassar
“I was just an observer”, Konrad Mizzi claimed when
Wanted: An Opposition to oppose, start date also yesterday
In-fighting, contradictory statements, backtracking, debts. These are just some
Wanted: A leader to lead, starting yesterday
Our prime minister’s prolonged absence from public engagement is
Government launches new attempt to cripple The Shift with FOI appeals
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti hawn The government has
How commercial interests gnawed away at your public space in Valletta
St John’s Square and Merchants Street in Valletta used
Court dismisses libel case against The Shift on St Vincent de Paul contract
Libel proceedings against The Shift initiated in 2020 by
Prime minister in breach of terms of reference he set for press freedom reform
Prime Minister Robert Abela is in breach of the
The Shift wins another six challenges to Freedom of Information requests
Six more government entities resisting a decision by the
The Shift’s reporting ‘a matter of public interest done in the public interest’, court rules
The Shift’s founder and editor Caroline Muscat and Matthew

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