Minister fuming as MMA Chair’s contract renewed before election
New Active Aging Minister Jo-Etienne Abela is reportedly “fuming”
RSF delivers global petition urging UK Home Secretary to reject Assange extradition
Time is running out for Wikileaks publisher Julian Assange
Air Malta set to enter new joint venture despite pending state aid injection
The Shift is informed that Air Malta is about
Remembering Ján Kuciak on his 32nd birthday
Ján Kuciak would have been 32 years old today.
Enemalta paying ‘Muscat’s man’ unique termination bonus plus €160k a year
Jonathan Cardona has been given the entitlement to claim
Placements on government ‘jobs-for-votes’ scheme doubles
Enrolment in the Community Workers Scheme (CWS) hit a
Study reveals ‘fingerprints’ of misinformation
What do misleading headlines by party-owned media, statements by
Gozo elderly home hits new snag as bidder claims illegal €30 million tender award
Gozo’s first ever public residential home for the elderly
Polidano won government contracts in 2021 despite pending €40 million tax bill
Building contractor Polidano Brothers – the company owned by
‘Our protest is about the state’s attempt at killing journalism’ – Therese Comodini Cachia
The ongoing protest for truth and justice for assassinated
Pininfarina says it has ‘no interest’ in investing in Dalli’s Birzebbuga project
The Italian design giant Pininfarina has no intention of
Arnold Cassola demands probe into Ian Borg’s direct orders to TEC
Independent election candidate Arnold Cassola has requested Standards Commissioner
Refalo thinks it’s funny
A long lost Picasso, Femme Couche VI, was hanging
Evarist Bartolo blames you
The nerve of some politicians. In Evarist Bartolo’s recent
The speaker who can’t speak – in more ways than one
The inarticulate thug occupying the post of Speaker of
Scrutiny and standards go hand in hand
Criticism is for has-beens, accountability is for fools, and
Company awarded €0.5 million in direct orders in 1 day provided tents for minister’s campaign
The Events Company, better known as TEC, provided Minister
New civil service head appointment mired in political controversy
The prime minister’s choice of Tony Sultana as the
Taxpayers paid €4.6 million extra for tunnels maintenance
A supposedly simple and straightforward project by Infrastructure Malta
Get cracking, Clyde: memo 2 to the finance minister
Finance Minister Clyde Caruana would do well to watch
Portelli’s latest ‘flats village’ got planning approval three days before elections
A large industrial complex once used to produce tomato
Murder of journalists is avoidable, says EU Commission Vice President Vera Jourova
The murder of journalists is avoidable, Vera Jourova, the
€12,000 a month for another political appointee at air traffic company
Claude Mallia, a 47-year-old architect from Marsascala, who was
International Press Institute urges reform to Freedom of Information Act, supports legal challenge
The International Press Institute (IPI) has expressed its support
Brussels fudges responses to questions about legality of state aid to floundering Enemalta
The European Commission – the guardian of the EU
PM’s ‘favourite’ soldier awarded €100,000 job, kept on AFM books for pension purposes
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti hawn. Colonel Mark Mallia
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