Keith Schembri confirms that he is to be charged
In a lengthy post on social media, former OPM
Dodger’s gone, Dodge City remains
Babylon had Hammurabi. Judaism had Moses. Classical Athens had
Prime Minister silent on three jobs for ‘trusted’ officer totalling some €90,000 a year
Prime Minister Robert Abela and his chief spokesman Matthew
‘Government tactic is to punish and intimidate health care professionals’
The Malta Association of Public Health Medicine (MAPHM) has
The Shift barred from accessing MPs’ tax declarations
The Shift has been refused access to the tax
Disinformation hit list 2020
The disinformation that accompanied the pandemic was used in
The cabal matters, not the ‘Kitchen Cabinet’
Ten years ago, our public discourse was exercised by
‘No EU funds for government-controlled media or political propaganda’ – MEPs
Media freedom in Europe has declined MEPs deplore harassment
‘Je suis Charlie’ my foot
It is with great dismay that The Shift team
Saviour Balzan’s company gets €20,000 direct order from Edward Zammit Lewis for publicity
MediaToday owner Saviour Balzan received a €19,200 direct order
Health Ministry’s response to journalist ‘a threat to press freedom’
The Health Ministry’s response to a Maltese journalist, in
Trouble with the truth
Every time new findings are exposed and the authorities
Constitutional reforms rushed through behind the Venice Commission’s back
Parliament last Wednesday evening unanimously rushed through Constitutional reforms
MP proposes outlawing use of private email by government officials
Nationalist MP Jason Azzopardi today submitted a Private Member’s
Stock replies bingo 
When former prime minister Joseph Muscat was asked to
The kink in the armour
Government ministers have a new buzzword. They tell us
The politics behind the budget
Robert Abela has hyped up tomorrow’s mini-budget. He’s said
Empty words and technicalities
“No thanks, we’ve already got some.” That was the
Ombudsman still lacking cooperation from public authorities
The Ombudsman has outed public authorities to the Venice
Another €160,000 in government contracts to arms company
Information tabled in parliament on Wednesday revealed that an
Opposition and civil society raise the stakes on rule of law reforms
In a move that raises the stakes on rule
Wash, rinse, repeat
When The Shift started monitoring government disinformation tactics in
Data Leak unravels Zrinzo Azzopardi’s client list, and its ties to the Labour Party
While Malta is effectively on lockdown, Malta’s personal data
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
A sea of red
A sea of red. People all dressed to kill.
Government targets journalist dismissed by Times of Malta
Justice Minister Owen Bonnici has joined MPs and government
Brussels set to intervene on Malta after European Parliament’s resolution
The massive tally of votes garnered by the European
Uncomfortably dumb through Yuletide
We’ve put an ignominious Republic Day commemoration behind us,
Hate speech targets journalists following government statement
The government has denied that The Shift’s news founder