The Shift wins 4 more FOI appeals filed by the government to deny information
The Shift has won another four Court of Appeal
Controversial €250,000 statue approved by panel led by ex-teacher with no relevant credentials
A €250,000 equestrian statue set to be installed in
PM mum on status of Melvin Theuma’s fixer’s job
Prime Minister Robert Abela has stayed silent on whether
Parliament summer recess, prime time for sneaking in legislation
When Culture Minister Owen Bonnici issued Legal Notice 201/23
PBS refuses to reveal Norma Saliba’s resignation letter and contract
The Maltese state broadcaster, PBS, has refused to make
Summer construction ban amended to allow for Mistra Village development
The Malta Tourism Authority and Building and Construction Authority
Government collecting Comino kiosk waste instead of private contractors
Waste generated by kiosks and food trucks at Blue
No action from PM as BA member Alessandro Lia faces criminal charges
Prime Minister Robert Abela has refrained from taking any
Gozo Channel to pay dearly as Greeks snub fourth ferry tender, again
The Greek owners of Gozo’s Channel’s hired fourth ferry
NSO confirms increasingly unaffordable housing market despite property boom
The newest census data released by the National Statistics
Ministry, other scheduled buildings and Valletta seashore being privatised
The old fish market building on the water’s edge
Prime Minister withdraws application to develop Xewkija guesthouse
Prime Minister Robert Abela and his wife Lydia have
Timid by design: The Standards Commissioner’s reluctance to investigate
In his latest decision, the Commissioner for Standards in
The officials named in the Transport Malta whistleblower’s court application
The Transport Malta whistleblower, Aziz*, who exposed a suspected
Zenith Finance’s Matthew Pace gets an asset freeze reprieve, to pay home loans
Zenith Finance’s Matthew Pace has been given a slight
MGA avoids procurement rules by splitting ICE London contract into four
A recent contract related to the provision of a
Information on the film commissioner’s latest spending spree blocked
The government has blocked a Freedom of Information request
Electoral Commission ‘not involved’ in issuing ID cards amid vote fraud claims
The Electoral Commission has distanced itself from allegations by
Government’s lawsuits against The Shift make Malta Europe’s most ‘SLAPPed’
Out of 47 European countries analysed by the Coalition
Cardinal Mario Grech’s plaque marking his own baptism has no permit
A marble plaque commemorating the baptism of Gozitan Cardinal
Maltese language centre law had to be ‘reviewed and published immediately’
The debacle of a legal notice and legislation related
Permanent Secretary’s Gozitan getaway full-up for Santa Marija
A private business venture set up by Ronald Mizzi,
Prime Minister silent on Lands Minister’s latest conflict of interest
Prime Minister Robert Abela is yet to pronounce himself
Abela’s former legal aide gets 10th government job
Ryan Pace, a young lawyer who previously served as
Project Green to rent offices for €400,000 a year, but that’s par for the course
Project Green – the new government agency aiming to
Abela attempts to buy the silence of disgruntled former junior minister
Prime Minister Robert Abela last week tried to temper
Judge bashes poor court administration for leading to miscarriage of justice
A senior Judge of the Superior Courts had strong
Trouble brewing now at a second CareMalta home for the elderly
“Vague contractual obligations”, according to Active Ageing and Community
The freedom our readers give us: The Shift launches summer campaign
The crowdfunding campaign, ‘Support a Newsroom that Has the
Shareholders fume over BOV’s failure to appeal €2.6 million FIAU fine
Bank of Valletta shareholders are fuming over the bank’s

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