Same individuals getting MTA funds for summer parties, amid health concerns
The article has been updated following the cancellation of
Carry on as ‘normal’
The Prime Minister has tried hard to reach the
Government boasts of ‘biggest fuel price fall ever recorded’ despite EU disparity
The government was quick to promote its new measure
Uncertainty increases for Gozitan elderly as minister fudges parliamentary reply
After refusing to disclose the contract with Downtown Hotel
Věra Jourová stresses importance of journalism amid COVID-19 ‘infodemic’
The unprecedented “infodemic” that emerged during the pandemic has
Court upholds prohibitory injunction by pilots’ association to stop redundancies
Updated to include ALPA statement. The court has upheld
The politics behind the budget
Robert Abela has hyped up tomorrow’s mini-budget. He’s said
Culture post-COVID: a virtual stage for Malta’s best cultural talent this weekend
Maltese performing artists are taking their acts to a
‘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
L’état, c’est moi
The virus has been defeated and eradicated from our
‘Floriana celebrations a result of mixed messages on pandemic’
It is easy for public outrage to turn onto
‘You cannot bluff with virus and disease’, doctors tell Prime Minister
Medical Association of Malta president Martin Balzan expressed serious
The war chest is empty
It would be interesting to know how much money,
Economic uncertainty ‘a breeding ground for fraud and financial crime’
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused unprecedented challenges in the
Wash, rinse, repeat
When The Shift started monitoring government disinformation tactics in
Flying the Jolly Dodger
When Robert Abela’s critics call him the continuity candidate,
Questions persist as Authority avoids answers on relocation of Gozo patients to Downtown
A few years ago Barts medical school abandoned an
Quid pro quo
Robert Abela was consultant extraordinaire to former Prime Minister
Partisan politics making healthcare workers fighting pandemic vulnerable
A political u-turn by the government that withdrew the
Air Malta’s plan to fire majority of pilots stalled by court action
Action taken in court by the pilots’ association (ALPA)
COVID-19: Downtown Hotel fails ‘minimum standards’ for the elderly
Health Minister Chris Fearne has not answered questions on
‘Let journalists work’: Strong statements on World Press Freedom Day
The need for transparent and uncensored information was the
Urgent call for prefab hospital still undecided one month later
A rushed call last month for a prefabricated hospital
Labour fought off last night’s action by PN but larger battle remains open
The government last night moved an amendment to the
State authorities a source of threats to journalists in six countries – report
State authorities and its representatives were the major source
Injections of disinfectant can cushion your brain
The supposed Leader of the Free World tried his
The leisure of gods
If you think democracy and transparency are expensive –
Over €1 million given to BEAT Ltd without competition
David Galea, Konrad Mizzi’s childhood friend, was given more

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