Daphne Caruana Galizia’s assassination stalled revelations on Electrogas financial problems
Revelations on the Electrogas project were interrupted by the
900 pandemic tracers left in the lurch
The government has still not managed to assign duties
The world speaks: climate change is a global emergency, policy makers must act
The largest survey of public opinion on climate change
Malta hits new low in Corruption Perceptions Index
Malta has once again hit a new low in
UN rights body finds Italy breached international obligation in 2013 Lampedusa shipwreck
The UN Human Rights Committee published its decision on
Robert Abela’s stance on Miriam Pace public inquiry echoes that of his predecessor
Prime Minister Robert Abela’s latest position on initiating a
On the right side of a fight
Dutch MP Pieter Omtzigt was instrumental in uncovering the
Opposition withdraws backing for MFSA Chair
The Opposition withdrew its backing for the chairman of
Borg’s blasphemy
Minister Ian Borg blasphemed – in public, on live
Prime Minister wants Mamo to remain chairman despite MFSA scandals
Prime Minister Robert Abela has again nominated Prof John
Standards Commissioner says ‘partisan statement’ issued by DOI in breach of political impartiality
The Commissioner for Standards in Public Life has concluded
Parliament gets no answers on additional millions spent on shooting range despite NAO report
A list of parliamentary questions regarding the controversial government
The hill we climb
Young Amanda Gorman delivered a magnificent speech at President
Killed for chasing the truth
A social media effort is afoot, spontaneous or orchestrated,
NGOs commit to further action on land granted to hunters and trappers
Six NGOs are pursuing further legal action with the
Am I next?
The language of violence has increased at an alarming
The impact of a flawed system
Matthew Caruana Galizia, son of Daphne Caruana Galizia, took
‘Women journalists in Malta have to go against partisan politics, misogyny and societal boundaries’
Verbal abuse against women journalists has become legitimised through
Leeching off the public purse
If there’s one thing your former finance minister likes
Scicluna increased Central Bank Governor’s remuneration before he took the position
Former Finance Minister Edward Scicluna gave an €11,000 annual
MFSA contradicts Joseph Cuschieri’s denials about payments due
The former MFSA CEO Joseph Cuschieri has denied that
Prime Minister resigns over corruption allegations
The Prime minister resigned immediately, bringing down his government
Government mum on deals with Gozo Curia
The government is refusing to give information on a
Under attack: Debate to focus on challenges faced by women journalists
A webinar to be held on Thursday hosted by
Multi-million euro illegal gambling activity remains unchecked in Malta
An ongoing investigation by The Shift has uncovered a
New law proposed weakens lawyers’ accountability and fails to raise standards
The Chamber of Advocates has expressed dismay about a
New ‘emergency’ permit for Gozo Sports Complex raises questions on abuse
The Gozo Ministry has obtained the Planning Authority’s swift