Murderers in government: Labour’s poisonous legacy
The Maltese state is responsible for the assassination of
The stories they were killed for: 4 investigative journalists in Europe targeted by organised crime
The assassination of investigative journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia on
The hypocrisy he believes in
Owen Bonnici’s latest vapid waffling about ‘the Malta he
How positivity ebbs
The ever positive former prime minister Joseph Muscat is
It’s time to interrogate Paul Apap Bologna
Paul Apap Bologna has a secret offshore company called
Internal probe never investigated the millions involved in property deals negotiated by Hillman
The internal probe by Allied Newspapers into money laundering
Omtzigt requests PACE committee to look into Rosianne Cutajar’s ‘conflict of interest’
Pieter Omtzigt has requested that the Parliamentary Assembly of
Finding Egrant: What we know now
Egrant almost ended up owned by a Brazilian, which
How Labour protects and promotes criminals
“The Labour Party does not protect criminals,” Labour President
Justice and atonement
The Easter period seems to have brought with it
Yorgen Fenech’s Quad Towers con
As more news emerges on the intricate web of
Justice isn’t a game show
Is there anyone in Malta who isn’t desperate to
It’s no longer possible to separate the criminals from the politicians
Robert Abela won’t take action unless the hitman the
Getting away with murder?
The testimony last week of a convicted hitman involved
Hillman’s wife made director of AUM institute
Velislava Hillman, the wife of former Allied Newspapers Managing
It doesn’t end here
Robert Abela wants you to believe that the confession
Standards are worthless without accountability
Regulations exist on paper, but laws are only as
Prime Minister silent on three jobs for ‘trusted’ officer totalling some €90,000 a year
Prime Minister Robert Abela and his chief spokesman Matthew
The Montenegro deal’s fictitious numbers
A new letter seen by The Shift reveals exactly
Disinformation Watch: unity without accountability
On 6 February, President George Vella announced a one-day
Smoke and mirrors: police arrests but no charges against government officials
The police and the Office of the Attorney General
Water, mints, breaks: Melvin Theuma strains through first sitting since stabbing
It was the first time that the courtroom heard
The first sign of corruption
Georges Bernanos (1888-1948): ‘The first sign of corruption in
Out with the old and in with… the same?
Good riddance to 2020. I’m sure no one’s sorry
End of year, end of shame
Jonathan Swift observed: “I never wonder to see men