Malta registers highest deficit in EU – austerity expected next year 
Malta is expected to be one of the first
The largest manifesto on record, stripped of the fluff: the essence of Labour’s proposals
After nine years of high-profile scandals, dozens of resignations
We got on the wrong horse – Noel Grima
Malta should not be affected by the invasion of
The big manifesto crunch: what are parties in opposition proposing?
In the interest of preserving The Shift’s role as
Two years of Robert Abela
The anniversary of Robert Abela’s two years in office
Government to borrow another €1.2 billion as forecasts go haywire
The government is planning to borrow at least €1.2
Yesterday marked the start of a new decade
There’s general agreement that, following the 2013 general election,
The happy hour economy
What’s the difference between friends and best friends? Friends
Malta’s worst recession in decades
With his trademark smirk and mocking insolence, Joseph Muscat
Massaging morale
“The success of Team Malta is the Labour Party’s
Public finances floundering in danger zone as debt soars €2.2 billion in 18 months
Malta’s public debt ballooned by as much as €2.1
Malta’s foreign capital inflow could drop by €250m if greylisted – IMF report
A report by the International Monetary Fund (IMF) analysing
Security and garden dwarfs
As the economy re-opens, and a general election looms
Heaven is a place on earth
There is an old Maltese saying that goes, ‘Bil-flus
Predicting economic recovery by May is ‘pure conjecture’ – economist
Forecasting economic recovery by May in the current pandemic
Joseph Muscat’s diminishing influence as economy dips and priorities change
Former Prime Minister Joseph Muscat’s unceremonious exit from politics
COVID-19 and what matters
We can agree to hold Robert Abela to account
The politics behind the budget
Robert Abela has hyped up tomorrow’s mini-budget. He’s said
Economic uncertainty ‘a breeding ground for fraud and financial crime’
The COVID-19 pandemic has caused unprecedented challenges in the
Flying the Jolly Dodger
When Robert Abela’s critics call him the continuity candidate,
Getting it together
Slow, deep breaths. They’re a remedy for those moments
IMF warns Malta must address anti-money laundering deficiencies in light of economic risk
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has advised Malta to
A time that’s defining Robert Abela
In last week’s Sunday Times, an op-ed by Robert
Confinement and the common good
A philosopher once said that if you are lonely
Steward: If not now, when?
During a press conference devoted to how seriously the
Labour’s playbook catches coronavirus
When they tell you it’s not about the money,
Would the last foreigner leaving Malta please turn out the lights?
Silvio Schembri sparked a wave of outrage this week
Measures for business ‘flashy figures’ but ‘little once you work it out’ – Chamber of SMEs
The government’s €1.8 billion rescue package introduced on Wednesday
The meaning of life (rediscovering humanity)
“But what does it mean, the plague? It’s life,
S&P warns of dark clouds ahead, government blames Covid-19
Ratings agency Standard and Poor’s (S&P) on 13 March

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