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Anita Aloisio, until 2017 was one of four partners
Konrad Mizzi mum on how he met Yorgen Fenech
Disgraced former energy minister Konrad Mizzi did not provide
Conflicting narratives about the Steward hospital deal raise more questions than answers
Steward Healthcare has long been trying to get the
Soldier fast-tracked to senior rank now leads Identity Malta despite controversy
Mark Mallia – President George Abela’s right-hand man at
Taxes: two weights, two measures
With a general election looming, the government has yet
Central Bank governor shielding minister’s girlfriend
The Governor of the Central Bank, former finance minister
Press freedom groups urge government bodies to drop appeals in The Shift’s fight for public information
Seven international media freedom organisations are urging the 30
Encroachment fees total €9.5 million since 2013
A total of €9.4 million was generated from fees
UK court orders forfeiture of £5.6 million laundered through Azerbaijan laundromat
A UK court ordered on 31 January the seizure
Probes into Kulhadd partisan supplement requested following The Shift’s report
Following a report by The Shift, Civil society NGO
Malta-based gaming operator fined £3.8 million over money laundering breaches in the UK
Malta-based Genesis Global Ltd has been fined £3.8 million
The Shift’s FOI battle registered as ‘violation’ by press freedom watchdog
The unprecedented Freedom of Information (FOI) battle involving 30
Number of protected birds illegally shot triples since 2014 – BirdLife
In a continuation of an upward trend, the illegal
Use of public property by Muscat deemed ‘illegal’
The concession of public property at Sa Maison to
Government pays €20,000 to Labour Party for partisan newspaper supplement
A partisan 32-page newspaper supplement published by the Labour
Our regulators: men of straw
Guest post by financial services practitioner Paul Bonello On
‘I would definitely not go to a greylisted jurisdiction’ – MFSA chief
The top official of Malta’s financial regulator (MFSA) told
Five international eNGOs call on EU parliament to object to ‘outdated’ energy project guidelines
Five international eNGOs issued an urgent statement to call
EU court confirms decision to shut down Pilatus Bank
The EU’s highest court today confirmed the legality of
Government’s press freedom proposals ‘not enough’
The media experts committee appointed by Prime Minister Robert
NAO asked to investigate ‘phenomenal sum’ government spent on Malta Film Awards
Independent candidate Arnold Cassola on Tuesday wrote to Auditor
Tourism Minister’s secretary and girlfriend shifted to Gozo Ministry payroll to hide ‘ethics breach’
The girlfriend of Tourism Minister Clayton Bartolo, who served
Environment, cultural heritage watchdogs object to Wied Ghasri ‘poultry farm’
Both the Environment and Resources Authority (ERA) and the
EXCLUSIVE: €84 million gas pipeline payout to be tax free for Electrogas, emails show
Electrogas secured a sweetheart deal with the taxman on
Legal experts clash as freezing orders on assets relaxed in high profile cases
Following at least three instances in which high profile
Cryptocurrency money laundering increases by 30% since 2021 – report
$8.6 billion worth of cryptocurrency was laundered in 2021–
FOI request shows Eurovision bets investigation inconclusive, contradicting Minister Carmelo Abela
An investigation over alleged irregularities by the public broadcaster
Mizzi taken to task by PAC, fails to answer questions over two hour sitting
Disgraced former energy minister Konrad Mizzi spent another two
The Shift launches fundraiser to help battle 30 appeals by government entities
The Shift has launched a fundraising campaign to help
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