Government offers Corinthia Group Ghajn Tuffieha site for €10.3 million
After more than two years of negotiations between the
Twisted perspectives
Uniformity of thought is a dangerous thing, which is
Entertainment industry flags growing concerns about MTA’s ticketing system
Concerned sources within the entertainment industry flagged a ticketing
Farewell to Comino
Malta’s last precious outpost of sanity has fallen to
‘We knew our lives would be hell after my mother’s murder’ – Matthew Caruana Galizia
Lana Estemirova, daughter of assassinated Chechen activist and journalist
Freedom House: government use of spyware creates human rights crisis
Governments’ use of spyware technology is increasing, giving them
Government spent at least €89.2 million on questionable direct orders since July 2020
Just five of The Shift’s multiple investigations into government-issued
Mega structures built around Shoreline project at Smart City raise concerns
A collection of large structures, including roofed metal sheds,
Fighting disinformation, one game at a time
Readers of The Shift will have noticed that the
‘If we don’t fight for press freedom, who will?’
The Shift News’ six-month investigation into Labour’s secret online
Forty-seven months
It’s been almost four years since the brutal assassination
Platform to combat disinformation discussed at Croatian media festival
A pilot project to create a platform that will
83% of Maltese believe EU funds should only go to countries that respect rule of law principles
More than four-fifths of Maltese respondents to the EU’s
Solar farm proposals rejected by academics, farmers, NGOs, opposition party
Two proposed solar farm projects in Mġarr and Burmarrad,
Facebook’s WhatsApp privacy pledges undermined by ‘improper content’ reviewing system
An investigation by the US non-profit newsroom ProPublica found
GWU lands €109 million jobless scheme deal despite cheaper rival bid
A company owned by the General Workers Union and
What next, SLAPPing MPs?
Let’s start from the first principles: the SLAPP suit
24 financial services companies surrender licences since greylisting
Twenty-four financial services companies have voluntarily handed back their
Malta enabled a money laundering machine
The failings of due diligence in every possible sphere
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
Hydrologist sounds alarm bells over Malta’s fragile water supply, cites ‘phenomenal’ increase in water demand
Malta’s dwindling capacity to retain groundwater and “phenomenal” increases
Fearne’s ministry splashed out €60 million on direct orders in first half of this year
Deputy prime minister Chris Fearne’s health ministry has spent
Culture of impunity allows deceit and dishonesty to run rampant
We’ve all been the victims of lies propagated by