Architects sound warning on changes to Ħal Ferħ development brief
As the wheels have been set in motion to
‘DB trying to take us for a ride’ – mayor
St Julians mayor Albert Buttigieg has lashed out at
Steward Healthcare US changes hands; asks for State bail out for Pennsylvania hospital
Steward Healthcare US Vice President Michael Callum issued an
‘I miss the anomaly that was Daphne’ – author of new children’s book
The life of journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia has been
European Court of Human Rights judgment sheds light on Mercieca case
The lack of disclosure by a judge that his
‘I will kill you if you pin the murder on Chris Cardona’
A mysterious photograph, a death threat, a mobile phone
‘Time to challenge court practices’ – Chamber of Advocates
The President of the Chamber of Advocates Louis de
Countries block travel from Malta despite Prime Minister’s reassurance
Bulgaria is the second country in the span of
€6 million in direct orders from the Prime Minister’s Office in 3 years
The Office of the Prime Minister dished out close
‘Lionel Gerada’s presence left no room for level playing field’ – event organisers
Event organisers have told The Shift that Lionel Gerada’s
‘Malta needs an umbrella investigation into corruption and journalist’s murder’
Malta needs an umbrella investigation that combines strengths across
Politicians hold ‘disproportionate authority’ over public professionals
A public policy professor has warned of the disproportionate authority
Magisterial inquiry into Andreina Fenech Farrugia still open one year later
The magisterial inquiry into the alleged involvement of Andreina
Omtzigt backs call for Europol Joint Investigation Team
Special Rapporteur Pieter Omtzigt called on the Maltese authorities
Konrad Mizzi appointed canvasser to top MTA post despite criminal record
The man former Tourism Minister Konrad Mizzi chose to
Ombudsman still lacking cooperation from public authorities
The Ombudsman has outed public authorities to the Venice
Developers, architects say changes to PA applications can ‘curb abuse’
Changes to the Planning Authority’s (PA) development application that
‘No documents’ on any perks, positions for Joseph and Michelle Muscat – OPM
The government has rejected a Freedom of Information (FOI)
Speedy conclusion of inquiry into migrant deaths ‘not normal’
Repubblika has expressed surprise and concern about the magisterial
‘Floriana celebrations a result of mixed messages on pandemic’
It is easy for public outrage to turn onto
Government says ‘no’ to Europol Joint Investigation Team
The Maltese authorities will not be requesting Europol to
Hate Speech Unit receives 32 reports in seven months
The Hate Crime and Speech Unit, which was set
HSBC mulls close or sale of Malta branch
Updated with company announcement of HSBC Malta. HSBC is
Darren and Gordon Debono feature in criminal complaint filed against Swiss trader who smuggled Libya oil
Trial International, a non governmental organisation fighting impunity for
US congressman uses meeting with Muscat as alibi in CNN case
Republican US congressman Devin Nunes is using a 2018
‘Slow progress’ on reforms to tackle money laundering and corruption
The European Commission has expressed concern over Malta’s ‘attractiveness’
Joseph Muscat joins think tank funded by Azerbaijani government
Disgraced former Maltese Prime Minister Joseph Muscat has become
Flights from Russia, Libya, US flew to Malta for pact on Libya – report
Delegates from Russia, Libya, the United States, Turkey and