Din l-Art Helwa files objection to Marsaxlokk FC development proposal on public land
Heritage organisation Din l-Art Ħelwa (DLH) has filed an
FIAU suffers setback as court annuls judgement
The FIAU (Financial Intelligence Analysis Unit) yesterday suffered a
Newsrooms, press freedom organisations rally against court records law
Six Maltese newsrooms, along with the Daphne Caruana Galizia
Court drops Joseph Muscat’s libel suit following three no-shows
A libel suit filed by disgraced former prime minister
Condemning one’s own narrative
It was ultimately more surprising that a government spokesperson
Speaker to investigate The Shift’s revelations on MGA direct orders
Speaker Anglu Farrugia said today he will investigate the
Marsaxlokk FC proposed development criticised as a ‘front’ for business
A development application on 13,225sqm of ODZ land filed
It’s not what it looks like
While members of government have become particularly adept at
Legal experts slam ‘reprehensible’ new law on court judgements
Two legal experts condemned as “wholly reprehensible” a new
Government denies whistleblower status to person exposing De Giovanni ‘nepotism’ case
The government has declined to grant whistleblower status to
Malta still slowest in Europe to conclude money laundering cases – EU Justice scoreboard
Justice Minister Edward Zammit Lewis recently described the government’s
The Shift turns four
Amid the bustle of our investigations, newsroom meetings, reports,
Electrogas shareholder Paul Apap Bologna returns to PAC in stormy, dislocated session
A confused, stormy Public Accounts Committee meeting that saw
The phenomenon of ‘self-suspension’
“Self-suspension” has become a bizarrely fashionable move for public
Malta Business Registry premises set to cost taxpayers €8.5 million in rent
The Malta Business Registry’s (MBR) rented offices in Żejtun,
Anti-SLAPP conference day two: how UK corporate lawyers kill stories
On the second day of the anti-SLAPP conference organised
Anti-SLAPP conference: governments must protect media freedom
It is vital that governments protect media freedom, the
Glaring contradiction in Steward Healthcare’s defence of hospitals deal: what now?
A critical gap in Steward Healthcare’s defence was exposed after
‘I felt completely humiliated’ – police officer passed over for promotion speaks up
After the Ombudsman ruled that Superintendent Ray D’Anastas was
‘Coalition for Gozo’ calls for immediate suspension of Xlendi boathouse development
Concern about rampant over-development in Gozo is mounting rapidly,
Owen Bonnici – still slyly justifying hate speech
A conference about combatting and preventing hate speech held
REFUSED: Dingli explosives factory development application turned down
In a rare decision, the Planning Board of the
The scourge of procedural errors
Much has been written about how the prosecution seems
Miriam Dalli refuses to give parliament information on public cash grants to developers
Energy Minister Miriam Dalli has again refused to reveal
Disinformation Watch: This is (not) fine
There is a timeless cartoon (meme) often used when
Government ministries stonewall questions on number of employees in state bodies
Every single government ministry has ignored questions sent to
Gozo ‘park and ride’ remains a hole in the ground while PM orders electric buses out
As Prime Minister Robert Abela returned from lofty claims
The hunting lobby’s stranglehold on Maltese politics
On Tuesday, the Committee Against Bird Slaughter (CABS) described

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