Malta instructs merchant vessel to ignore 70 people in distress at sea
Maltese authorities instructed a merchant vessel to stand by
Residents object to four-storey block in Għarb overlooking Ta’ Pinu valley
A four-storey apartment block overlooking the scenic Ta’ Pinu
Opposition calls for investigation into TM RHIB tender after The Shift’s report
The Opposition this morning called on Transport Minister Aaron
‘Compromised’ €400 million waste to energy incinerator tender moves ahead
The government has decided to risk proceeding with a
Millions in EU funds for 40 new boutique hotels as market faces oversaturation
More than €7 million of new EU funds have
Following The Shift’s reports, Greens call for probe into allocation of EU funds
ADPD – The Green Party this afternoon called for
Ira Losco being paid €417 per social post promoting Project Green
Singer Ira Losco is being paid €417 each time
‘Little or no progress’ in Malta’s media landscape, issues to ‘urgently address’
The Maltese media landscape’s lack of publicly accessible data
Mission accomplished: minister’s ‘landlord’ gets green lung for peanuts
Developers close to Lands Minister Silvio Schembri and Prime
Jimmy Lai’s case raised at the United Nations Human Rights Council in Geneva
Sebastien Lai – the son of imprisoned pro-democracy campaigner,
Planning Authority fixes website following The Shift’s queries
A bug on the Planning Authority website’s ‘advanced search’
2022 Public Service Week PR exercise costs surged to €426,000
The last public relations exercise conducted by former civil
New Transport Malta RHIBs already found to be unseaworthy
One of the five new RHIBs Transport Malta purchased
The AG’s cover is blown – Kevin Cassar
Nobody believes Attorney General Victoria Buttigieg – not even
Ċaqnu’s headquarters, built illegally, blessed by Archbishop, celebrated by PM
The headquarters of Polidano Group was blessed by the
Government alters parliamentary resolution to justify Fortina illegalities
The owners of the Fortina Hotel have already completed
Jean Paul Sofia’s parents keep up the pressure for public inquiry
Construction collapse victim Jean Paul Sofia’s mother Isabelle Bonnici
Bilocca takes WasteServ CFO with him to sports commercialisation board
Politically-appointed WasteServ CEO Richard Bilocca has taken his financial
Silvio Schembri’s aide gets a chairmanship on top of INDIS top job
Francois Piccione, the 31-year-old childhood friend of Economy Minister
Crystal Palace FC deal Joseph Muscat was involved in under FA scrutiny
A failed bid to purchase Crystal Palace FC that
‘I can take you anytime, anywhere,’ Muscat tells Opposition’s PAC chair
Former prime minister Joseph Muscat was in full defence
German state of Hesse buys the Pandora Papers, ‘cases worthy of examination’
The German state of Hesse, in which the main
EP’s Legal Affairs Committee adopts anti-SLAPP position, plenary vote next month
The European Parliament’s Legal Affairs Committee this morning adopted
Malta still relying on buying ‘credits’ to reach climate targets – EU auditors
Malta still heavily relied on purchasing ‘credits’ from other
No EU RRF funds for new ITS campus and Bugibba ferry terminal
A €60 million cut in the amount of EU
Budget 2023 propaganda: from €35 to €175,000 and still counting
Tens of thousands of euros in public funds have
EU member states ‘disappointingly unambitious’ on anti-SLAPP law
Member states “deleted many elements” and were “disappointingly unambitious”
Legality of property deal with Knights questioned, foreign minister mum
Questions are being raised over the legality of a
MGA cancels gaming licence registered at ex-authorisations chief’s offices
The Malta Gaming Authority has revoked the operating licence

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