An attack on the independence of the judiciary
A statement by the government on Tuesday attacked the
EXCLUSIVE: Fast ferry ‘war’ to move from Gozo to Sicily route
The Shift can exclusively reveal a looming commercial war
European press freedom organisation reacts to Neville Gafa’s acquittal
The European Centre for Press and Media Freedom (ECPMF)
NAO confirms gross irregularities in shooting range project
An NAO audit on the controversial government shooting range
Gozo pool development leads to dismantling of recently renovated sports complex
A government project for an Olympic-size pool on a
‘You are not credible, I am sorry’ – former Chief Justice tells Keith Schembri
The public inquiry hearing on Monday touched upon a
National Audit Office highlights procurement breaches across the board
The National Audit Office (NAO) has issued another report
The secret OPM advisor on the ITS deal with Silvio Debono was Alex Sciberras
The Shift can exclusively reveal that it was lawyer
‘Some things seem to be organised around the needs of businessmen’ – former Chief Justice
Issues linked with corruption can begin from the tendering
Reclaiming what is political
The government’s repeated attempts at discrediting the public inquiry
Labour unseated from important EP role
Malta’s Labour Party suffered a major defeat at the
Council of Europe warns Maltese government to stop delaying reforms for justice and rule of law
The government does not intend to address loopholes that
Cyprus Auditor General faces removal after publishing report on abuse in passport sales
Cyprus’ Auditor General Odysseas Michaelides could be removed from
Beyond the posturing
The Council of Europe has called on the Maltese
Government allocates €200,000 in EU funds to Portelli’s illegal project
A stretch of rubble walls, built illegally on idyllic
The People vs Joseph Muscat
As expected, disgraced former prime minister Joseph Muscat’s brazen
Public inquiry judges slam lawyer’s ‘offensive’ political narrative accusations
The inquiry board investigating the assassination of journalist Daphne
Caqnu keeps ‘winning’ despite his reported blacklisting over tax arrears
A much-vaunted ‘blacklist’ introduced by Infrastructure Malta, supposedly barring
Court judgment sends wrong message to society
Upon delivery of a court judgment on Thursday that
Reporters Without Borders condemns coordinated attack against The Shift
International press freedom organisation Reporters without Borders (RSF) has
Judges grill a defiant Joseph Muscat about ‘environment of impunity’
The inquiry board looking into the assassination of journalist
Auditor General points to breach of procurement regulations by local councils
Throughout 2019, local councils did not always acquire goods
ITS – Seabank deal: Chief negotiator’s ‘supervening conflict’ remains a mystery
The chief negotiator of the highly controversial ITS deal,
When they get it wrong
The coordinated attack on The Shift by the three
Gozo Minister appoints his brother-in-law on government board
The appointment by Minister Clint Camilleri of his own
Konrad Mizzi denies kickbacks in monologue under oath but remains tight-lipped throughout questioning
Disgraced former Minister Konrad Mizzi on Friday followed in
Emerging from the darkness
The Shift was one of the many positives that
Jimmy Magro to face corruption charges in court after three years
Next month the Court will be hearing a case
‘No EU funds for government-controlled media or political propaganda’ – MEPs
Media freedom in Europe has declined MEPs deplore harassment