The Shift barred from accessing MPs’ tax declarations
The Shift has been refused access to the tax
PA set to approve massive development in Xlendi despite over 100 objections
The Planning Authority batted away 121 letters of objection,
Daphne Caruana Galizia inquiry: where to from here?
The details revealed by the public inquiry into Maltese
Edward Zammit Lewis using direct orders to lure Chris Cardona’s votes
Justice Minister Edward Zammit Lewis, who failed to get
Labour front-runner to replace Edward Scicluna is a PN life member
The governing Labour Party may lose another parliamentary seat
New role for Silvio Parnis following Cabinet exclusion
Former Active Aging Parliamentary Secretary, Silvio Parnis, has been
Doctors dispute government forecast for herd immunity from COVID vaccine
December was the darkest month when it comes to
Predicting economic recovery by May is ‘pure conjecture’ – economist
Forecasting economic recovery by May in the current pandemic
Artistic freedom in the dock as satirist faces court action in Yorgen Fenech case
The author of satirical news website Bis-Serjeta faces up
UK court blocks extradition of Julian Assange
Citing concerns for his mental health, district Judge Vanessa
Decree in Yorgen Fenech case has chilling effect on freedom of expression
Last Monday’s decree handed down by magistrate Rachel Montebello
Another bad year for journalists around the world
In 2020, at least 50 journalists and media workers
Disinformation hit list 2020
The disinformation that accompanied the pandemic was used in
The Shift’s Financials: Taking a stand for transparency
The Shift is our readers’ project – you. A
Court decisions against FIAU to remain ‘secret’
Court challenges to hefty administrative fines being dished out
Journalist who exposed Turkish arms shipment to Syrian rebels sentenced to 27 years in prison
A court in Turkey has sentenced journalist Can Dundar
Residents voice health concerns as questions surround impact of cruise ship in Cospicua
Since October, some of Cospicua and Senglea’s quaint, narrow,
Ponte Ferries rules out catamaran for Gozo fast ferry service
Ponte Ferries, the company to start offering a new
Populism encourages online trolls to harass female journalists – UNESCO
Anonymous online trolls and political actors are among the
Dozens of journalists hacked by spyware company owned by Maltese citizen
Dozens of journalists were allegedly hacked with the help
Zammit Lewis continues to evade clarity on tax declaration
Justice Minister Edward Zammit Lewis is still unable to
Too quick to judge
The Opinion of an Advocate General of the European
Twilight: an exhibition of paintings during a pandemic
‘Twilight’ might sound like an odd name for what
Justice Minister cannot explain his own tax return
Justice Minister Edward Zammit Lewis cannot explain how he
Auditor General finds MFSA in breach of good governance rules
Malta’s financial services watchdog, the MFSA, has been found
No bank monitoring orders between 2015 and 2018 – Council of Europe report
The authorities in Malta are failing to regularly use