Government will not join igaming companies in case on White Flag scam
Environment Minister Jose Herrera has told The Shift that
What will make them listen?
The dust is settling after a week of collective
16 children file complaint with UN against five countries over climate crisis
Greta Thunberg and 15 children from across the world
On your marks, get set… not yet
Will he go or won’t he? When Joseph Muscat
‘Getting Things Done’ while everyone is stuck in traffic
Ian Borg may be ‘Getting Things Done’, but you
False neutrality isn’t non-partisan
The Council of Europe said this. Muscat said that.
Protests, pledges and politicians
Last Saturday’s environmental protest brought together many different parts
Thousands attend anti-government protest in Valletta
Thousands of citizens responded to the call by over
Malta worst in EU for pollution exposure
Over a quarter of the Maltese population reported that
The silent coup in Valletta
Loud street protests are all over the news. People
Freedom of Information request on Environment Ministry’s involvement in White Flag rejected
A Freedom of Information request filed on the communication
The Shift’s investigation cancels plans for 40 White Flags in Seychelles
The Seychelles government has cancelled plans to have White
Keeping scrutiny at bay
Leadership style matters. The same situation can be handled
It’s about injustice, not only trees
We knew it already but the government’s actions underline
Divide and rule
The streets of Malta are choked with cars, and
The shield and the bulldozer
In the blazing summer sun, anger at the building
Yes, the Attard protests are political
Of all the lessons that history teaches us about
Trees are not a perception
The Prime Minister takes perceptions seriously and has lodged
Din l-Art Ħelwa slams ‘onslaught on heritage in the heart of Sliema’
Heritage organisation Din l-Art Ħelwa has raised the alarm
Reach beyond the Dwejra night sky
The Planning Authority often gets it wrong when issuing
Tourism in the Concrete Age
You know what tourists don’t like? Paying for an
Another hot, crowded summer
For most people, Sette Giugno is a holiday. It
Big fish in a small pond
The permit given by the Planning Authority to Azzopardi
Bread and circuses at Ta’ Qali
The Eurovision song contest may soon be grabbing more
Arriving late by bus, for free
The electoral campaigns are building up. All sides are
The dusty road to the future
The dust and inconvenience of road works, traffic and
Down the Gozo rabbit hole
It is impossible to support a road tunnel from
Where were you?
This is a guest post by Arnold Cassola. The
Malta government ranking on transparency takes another knock
Since 2016, Malta has dropped a total of six