The kink in the armour
Government ministers have a new buzzword. They tell us
Government accused of ‘monopolising culture’
The disappointment expressed by the arts community earlier this
It looks bad because it is bad
“It looks bad, but it’s not.” So said Edward
Blackout on Xandru Grech’s ‘share’ from €2 million sponsorship
Super League Triathlon, the London-based organisers of a high-profile
The Kon-rat Principle
In 2013 he was presented to us as the
‘Lionel Gerada’s presence left no room for level playing field’ – event organisers
Event organisers have told The Shift that Lionel Gerada’s
Buying silence one stooge at a time
Former Police Commissioner Lawrence Cutajar is the latest Muscat
VistaJet: Nothing much to show for €4.5 million of taxpayer money
A raft of documents submitted to parliament by the
Secret €4.5 million ‘deal’ with VistaJet revealed
Some €4.5 million of taxpayer’s money was funnelled into
Name of applicant for hotel in Gozo changed again before PA hearing
An application for a hotel in Xagħra square that
Public official blocking door for journalists in Castille also in denial
A government official who was present following the infamous
‘Getting Things Done’ while everyone is stuck in traffic
Ian Borg may be ‘Getting Things Done’, but you
WATCH: ‘Wildlife crime is being actively tolerated in Malta’
In the last 12 days, the Committee Against Bird
Transparency International calls out European Parliament on failure to investigate Azerbaijan bribes
In a letter sent to European Parliament today, Transparency
Hey, look over there!
Every time Joseph Muscat’s government is exposed with some
We need less, not more
One word which is often used to describe Malta
Make tourism great again
Chopping down trees, pouring concrete straight into the sea,
Phones of man accused of Daphne Caruana Galizia murder tapped for weeks before assassination
George Degiorgio’s mobile phones, including the one he allegedly
Some buildings scheduled… others condemned
This week the Planning Authority (PA) scheduled eight houses
Lawyer says law regulating travel insolvency fund ‘breaks the spirit of data privacy’
The client information which travel agents are being required
Travel agents refuse to pay €10,000 mandatory deposit to Insolvency Fund
Travel agencies are up in arms and refusing to
The left hand consults the right on Bahar ic-Caghaq beach
The Malta Tourism Authority has asked the Planning Authority