It’s too much work to be transparent, Lands Authority claims
The Lands Authority is insisting that it cannot provide
Identity Malta gives in, reveals €56,000 to Saviour Balzan’s newspapers
Identity Malta has paid Saviour Balzan’s media house over
Tourism minister hides details of film commissioner’s spending spree
The Malta Film Commission is refusing to give taxpayers
Government attacks The Shift with legal Groundhog Day
Forty separate branches of the government are attacking another
International Press Institute demands government ‘drop the FOI appeals’
The challenge mounted by the government to block Freedom
Government launches new attempt to cripple The Shift with FOI appeals
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti hawn The government has
‘Access to information should be recognised as one of the main pillars sustaining media freedom’
Accessing information held by public authorities is not always
OPM silent on concerns raised by the press on lack of access to government
More than one month after the Institute of Maltese
Increased ‘risk’ for political independence of media in Malta – report
Increased concern about the political independence of the media
Government spokesperson directory now excludes mobile numbers
Journalists attempting to question government ministers and hold them
PBS taxpayer funding reports nowhere in sight as Owen Bonnici, PBS remain silent
Questions surrounding the existence of obligatory annual reports by
The Shift wins first four FOI appeals by government to hide payments to Saviour Balzan
Tista’ taqra l-artiklu bil-Malti hawn. The Shift has won
Echoing concerns: 3 high profile reports on Malta’s rule of law in 2 days
Three analyses on the rule of law in Malta
Malta has shown ‘little visible response to allegations of corruption’ – PACE
There has been “little visible response” to allegations of
Right to information must be enshrined, OSCE says in government media bill critique
A report by the OSCE (Organization for Security and
Court agency breaches law, refuses to give details on court experts
The Court Services Agency is blocking information on the
Press freedom groups urge government bodies to drop appeals in The Shift’s fight for public information
Seven international media freedom organisations are urging the 30
Accusations of intimidation leveled at The Shift are ‘absolutely ludicrous’ – Reporters Without Borders
Reporters Without Borders has slammed a government lawyer’s assertions
‘Government contracts should have National Audit Office approval’ – Joe Giglio
Lawyer and PN candidate Joe Giglio told The Shift
You have a right to look under their carpets
Economy Minister Silvio Schembri can’t seem to keep track
Malta scores below regional average in new rule of law report
Malta has ranked below the regional average in every
Better late than never, or is it?
Monday, 11 October, started as a day no different
Health Ministry wants apology from journalist or no further replies given
A journalist who wanted to request an interview with
Mario Cutajar refuses to explain why he lied about Muscat’s resignation letter
Mario Cutajar, head of the civil service, is refusing
‘No documents’ to show for €1.7 million hosting of migrants
The Home Affairs Ministry has replied to a Freedom
‘No documents’ on any perks, positions for Joseph and Michelle Muscat – OPM
The government has rejected a Freedom of Information (FOI)
President George Vella refuses to publish Joseph Muscat’s resignation letter
President George Vella is refusing to publish the contents
Auditor General asked to investigate ‘ghost contract’ for Muscat’s pollster
Nicholas Wright, the pollster behind the Labour Party’s success

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