Framing the electoral choice
They slipped under the radar, Malta’s most significant responses
Public gathering and protest swim at Marsascala Bay to defend ‘only open space left’
Residents and activists gathered in Marsascala this afternoon for
Keeping things in check #5
The absurdities never stop, do they? From Robert Abela’s
Rosianne Cutajar failed to attend Parliamentary Assembly meetings discussing her conduct
Labour MP Rosianne Cutajar has been called to attend
Unfit for office, and oblivious
He was screwing his face up, scowling and frowning,
Platform to combat disinformation discussed at Croatian media festival
A pilot project to create a platform that will
A frenzy of coincidental spending
Tourism Minister Clayton Bartolo dished out funds to three
Solar farm proposals rejected by academics, farmers, NGOs, opposition party
Two proposed solar farm projects in Mġarr and Burmarrad,
Lethal disinformation
For disinformation to be effective, it needs to have
Voters held to ransom
As speculation about a possible November election intensifies, the
Facebook’s WhatsApp privacy pledges undermined by ‘improper content’ reviewing system
An investigation by the US non-profit newsroom ProPublica found
Massaging morale
“The success of Team Malta is the Labour Party’s
Extraordinary claims
Research, a word we hear so often these days.
Dalli’s turn in the dock
Shamed and humiliated former EU commissioner John Dalli is
GWU lands €109 million jobless scheme deal despite cheaper rival bid
A company owned by the General Workers Union and
The unexpected return of the NIMBY voter
Beyond the world of polls and surveys where Labour
What next, SLAPPing MPs?
Let’s start from the first principles: the SLAPP suit
The controlled explosion
Nothing shows how much has changed in the relationship
No free passes, George Vella
We’ve been treated often enough to the sight of
24 financial services companies surrender licences since greylisting
Twenty-four financial services companies have voluntarily handed back their
Facts don’t matter
“One News was incorrect and not faithful to the
Government bought 36 vehicles for €2 million over two years from just one supplier
Motors Inc Ltd was awarded five contracts for the
Financial authorities’ handling of Pilatus Bank leads to international dispute
The infamous Pilatus Bank has received renewed scrutiny throughout
Disinformation Watch: Calling things by their proper name
The Shift has dedicated much space to the plethora