Small events to be allowed from 5 July but organisers slam lead-up as ‘discriminatory’
As event organisers across Malta complain of “unfair” and
Pembroke sacrificed to the rule of degenerates
The Planning Authority’s decision to allow Silvio Debono’s DB
Malta receives a whole raft of warnings from the European Commission
As international media organisations welcomed action by the European
Tarnished gold
Finally, after far too many long years, the European
Minister Aaron Farrugia’s transparency register still not created, 18 months after pledge
Environment Minister Aaron Farrugia’s pledge to establish and regularly
Keeping things in check #2
We at The Shift were not exaggerating when we
Playing into the hands of the underworld
Rosianne Cutajar, Ms Dimplechin, aka Nuxellina, she of Catania
Gozo under siege: more than 6,000 development permits issued since 2013
Development applications approved by the Planning Authority in Gozo
Keeping things in check #1
Nuggets of disinformation by politicians and public figures are
Herd immunity in Malta: fact or fiction?
Following the announcement from Health Minister Chris Fearne that
Twisted minds, warped realities
“To show men that crimes can be pardoned, and
‘I am feeling intimidated by all this’ – Paul Apap Bologna
An attempt to grill Paul Apap Bologna on the
Gozo lawyers protest against dire working conditions at Rabat court
Gozitan lawyers frustrated by a deteriorating work environment and
Hope that treasured Knights’ era battery may be returned to the public
After almost 20 years of indecision by the government
The stench of rotten apples
Yesterday morning, I watched a live feed from Balluta
Sacked planning commission chair challenges minister over removal
Architect Simon Saliba, chairman of the Planning Authority board
Anti-corruption measures still lacking – GRECO
The new draft code of ethics for Malta’s members
Architects of chaos: A Greek tragedy for Malta
Behind every play, there’s a cast of actors, producers
Planning Authority ignores Ombudsman’s Comino works recommendations
The Ombudsman and his Commissioner for Environment and Planning
Court’s copy and paste raises questions about accused’s conviction
An analysis of a judgment delivered by Magistrate Joseph
New €113 million tender for jobless scheme seems ‘set for GWU’
A new tender issued by the government’s employment agency
Unshuttered voices: A collaboration, an exhibit and a call to action
IFEX partnered with the International Freedom of Expression Project
SVDP scandal: Top civil servants shun responsibility as PL, PN take no action
Top civil servants who pushed through the illegal 2017
‘Worrying degree of democratic backsliding’ – Council of Europe report
The latest annual report on the state of democracy,
Red herrings and smokescreens
A couple of days ago, after the news broke
Chloe ‘the farmer’ anticipates snow on her land
Surprising developments continue to mushroom on the 18 tumoli