Keith Schembri dodges questions on company accounts
The Prime Minister’s Chief of Staff, Keith Schembri, has
62% think Maltese government not doing enough for environment
The percentage of Maltese who think that their government
Ecological impact of controversial Selmun hill project
Transport Malta’s plan to widen the existing road connecting
Caruana Galizia’s “contract killing” linked to repression in Azerbaijan – NGO
A leading human rights NGO in Azerbaijan has linked
PA’s planned school visits to zoo banned
Last October the Planning Authority lifted a €50,000 planning
Muscat’s playlist: Readers’ choice
Following The Shift’s suggestions to the Prime Minister, our
275 apartments to replace offices in Mercury House project
275 high-end apartments will be accommodated in a 31-floor
17-storey hotel set to open floodgates for high rise up north
In what could be a precedent for more high rise
Economy Minister blames business partners for breach
A company in which Economy Minister Chris Cardona and
The scourge of Bribesville coming to Malta
Antonio Di Pietro – a household name for a
MEP David Casa asks European Central Bank to revoke Pilatus Bank licence
The head of Nationalist Party delegation in the European
Police inspector dismissed after sentenced man goes to prison by bus
Police inspector Gabriel Micallef has been dismissed from the
Protected building in Sliema set for six storey extension
An extra storey is being proposed on Villino Zammit
Fortina: 109 apartments proposed on land zoned for tourism
A residential complex comprising 109 apartments rising 15 floors
Italy conference for Mediterranean Women Journalists dedicated to Daphne Caruana Galizia
Hate speech and sexist language targeting women journalists were
Planning Authority legalises illegal structure in Gozo countryside
The Planning Authority has reversed its decision to demolish
Suspended sergeant still waiting for Public Service Commission inquiry
The police sergeant who had publicly celebrated the assassination
Iconic Balzan townhouse set to be demolished
The charming town of Balzan is set to lose
Columnist hits back at The Shift
The Sunday Times columnist Michela Spiteri has demanded a
A legacy, a void
I have just been reading about the legacy – the professional
The left hand consults the right on Bahar ic-Caghaq beach
The Malta Tourism Authority has asked the Planning Authority
Labour MEPs isolated in their opposition to the rule of law resolution in EP
Only 12 members of the Socialist Group voted in
Daphne: One month, zero change
Women lead a number of events today renewing civil
Heritage Superintendence tells PA to reject AUM application
The new AUM campus proposed at Dock Number 1
Benchmark report says that students are ‘scribbling’ not writing
A report on the performance of children sitting for
Seven takeaways from EP debate on rule of law in Malta
Labour running roughshod over rule of law Maltese MEP
New book sheds light on Daphne’s life and work
More than 20 friends, journalists, artists and academics have
Protected barracks to be ‘dismantled and reassembled’ in DB towers
The historical barracks currently hosting the Institute of Tourism
EU action to ensure Malta falls in line
The European Parliament will be calling on the European