‘Je suis Charlie’ my foot
It is with great dismay that The Shift team
Three years on, The Shift’s role is more urgent than ever
Daphne Caruana Galizia’s assassination just over three years ago
Edward Scicluna loses power but gets his €100,000 a year financial package back
Robert Abela had to bow to intense pressure from
Despite tough year for film production companies, chosen few continue to rake in public funds
Labour Party propagandist Mario Philip Azzopardi and Jean Pierre
Malta’s top artists unite behind The Shift, art exhibition launched
Occasionally, a passing comment unexpectedly grows and develops into
Taxpayers set to foot the bill for more debt left behind by Streamcast
The Court has ordered Streamcast to pay Enemalta more
Justice Commission starved of resources
The Prime Minister has given a second engagement to
Prime Minister’s Office silent over parliamentary secretary’s breach of contract
Prime Minister Robert Abela and Principal Permanent Secretary Mario
I never thought it would last three years
The Shift is three years old. While that may
Air Malta in the red as losses reach €150 million
Air Malta’s financial situation is facing a total meltdown
Direct orders ‘supremo’ set to be appointed to lead fight against sports corruption
There is scepticism among the top tiers of Maltese
Attorney General silent on failure to appeal ruling on Robert Agius (Tal-Maksar)
Attorney General Victoria Buttigieg has persistently ignored questions on
MFSA payments to Saviour Balzan for ‘positive content’ under review
Thousands of euro per month paid by the MFSA
‘This is the defining battle of our generation’ – Daphne’s sons win human rights award
The late journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia’s sons, Matthew, Andrew
Old habits die hard in Gozo despite new Minister
Prime Minister Robert Abela’s latest weekend boast, that ‘his’
Journalists are receiving legal threats at an ‘alarming’ rate – report
The UK is “by far” the most frequent country
UPDATED: Banners mark one year since street protests led to political resignations
Updated to include follow-up statement by Occupy Justice on
European NGO files complaint about leaked voters’ data in Malta
A European Center for Digital Rights, noyb, has filed
Chris Cardona downplays controversial MOU as public inquiry board questions hospitals’ deal
Former Economy Minister Christian Cardona, who had signed the
The light of a new dawn
It is The Shift’s third anniversary. It was born
No charges yet in sight despite police ‘show’ and leaks
As the mainstream media are being drip-fed leaks by
Gozo Channel faces bleak future as losses surge
Gozo Channel Operations Ltd, the State monopoly that provides
AG’s presence on committee set to investigate Yorgen Fenech’s lawyers is in breach of law
Attorney General (AG) Victoria Buttigieg sits on the body
Water Services Corporation racks up €72,000 in credit card bills in just over two years
The Water Services Corporation (WSC) managed to rack up
Disinformation Watch: A smile a day keeps the virus away
The year 2020 is, in some form or another,
A group of well-connected developers, lawyers, auditors behind Naxxar mega development
A group of very well-connected developers, top-notch lawyers, auditors
Machiavelli: The Princess
The meteoric Miriam Dalli has landed back in Malta.
Attempt to bribe journalist highlights weaknesses
The alleged attempt to bribe a Times of Malta
Gozitan heavyweights gifted €9 million public contract despite illegalities
A group of Gozitan businessmen, led by construction magnate