The shirker’s guide to unaccountability
Joseph Cushieri sure was a big spender. The problem
Anatomy of collusion
Evarist Bartolo, the foreign minister, has drawn stiff criticism
An epidemic of collective amnesia
Malta is suffering from an epidemic of collective amnesia.
‘No major changes for journalists since Abela’ – Reporters Without Borders
International press freedom NGO Reporters Without Borders has “unfortunately”
What we know about the ‘lost’, and newly found, hospitals’ MOU
For over two years, the government has been playing
Mizzi was always expendable
Another domino has fallen, but it’s too soon to
It’s time for Europol to intervene
The brutal killing of Daphne Caruana Galizia will not
‘The fight for justice for Daphne will never stop’
The call for justice and truth for the assassination
It looks bad because it is bad
“It looks bad, but it’s not.” So said Edward
State witness was ‘living in fear’ of being the scapegoat in journalist’s murder
The burden of his involvement in the murder of
Why is Cardona still walking around?
The Deputy Leader of the Labour Party is accused
‘I will kill you if you pin the murder on Chris Cardona’
A mysterious photograph, a death threat, a mobile phone
Over €1 million given to BEAT Ltd without competition
David Galea, Konrad Mizzi’s childhood friend, was given more
European journalists highlight Malta’s press freedom alerts in report
Five press freedom alerts reported to the Council of
Robert Abela set a new record
On his first day in office, Abela gave to
What’s up double doc?
If I could, I’d remove both Robert Abela and
2019: The Shift’s investigation highlights
2019 was another significant year of investigative work for
Looking back at a year of press freedom attacks in Malta
2019 has been another year of attacks against press
‘The only support Daphne had was from her readers’ – Michael Vella
Updated with the testimony of Daphne Caruana Galizia’s family
Detention of journalists at Castille ‘a threat to press freedom’
The illegal detention of journalists at the Prime Minister’s
Protest moves to police headquarters
Protests calling for the resignation of Prime Minister Joseph
Parliament under siege as protestors turn the tables on MPs
Citizens gathered in front of parliament again on Monday
Malta’s cry for justice
Thousands of people took to the streets of Valletta
Malta’s crisis of democracy
Castille Square was a sea of flags as thousands
Cardona, Scicluna and Mizzi under investigation on hospitals deal
A judge has thrown out an appeal filed by
Joseph Muscat’s fight for survival
There’s a hole in the space where Joseph Muscat’s
‘Governments should be afraid of their people’
As concerned citizens gathered in Valletta for the seventh
Chaos in parliament as protest rages in Valletta
Protestors filled Valletta for the sixth time in less
Owen Bonnici’s shattered serenity
Owen Bonnici had a bad night. Why would he
Protestors flood Valletta demanding resignations and an end to impunity
Hundreds of people filled Castille Square in front of

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