Beyond the stories: The Shift’s work inside and outside the newsroom
Aqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti. This year, The Shift has
The rallying cry from the Burmarrad washroom does not
Government spent at least €89.2 million on questionable direct orders since July 2020
Just five of The Shift’s multiple investigations into government-issued
‘Serious challenges’ remain in Malta’s rule of law efforts, despite reforms
Despite Prime Minister Robert Abela’s claims that the European
Abusing the bereaved
Glenn Bedingfield, in his latest parliamentary streak of callousness,
Bail denied again for NexiaBT 4
Magistrate Donatella Frendo Dimech has denied bail to four
A maze of suspicious transactions: Compilation of evidence against Keith Schembri continues
The hearing in the compilation of evidence against 11
Corruption: ‘The actions of the few are damaging Malta’s second largest industry’
Anyone who is or was involved in corruption and
Getting away with murder?
The testimony last week of a convicted hitman involved
Smoke and mirrors: police arrests but no charges against government officials
The police and the Office of the Attorney General
The Shift’s Financials: Taking a stand for transparency
The Shift is our readers’ project – you. A
2020: A year of investigations despite a pandemic
Despite the circumstances brought about by the pandemic, The
No bank monitoring orders between 2015 and 2018 – Council of Europe report
The authorities in Malta are failing to regularly use
The light of a new dawn
It is The Shift’s third anniversary. It was born
New Attorney General inspires little confidence in legal circles
The nomination of Victoria Buttigieg for the post of
I’d have done it differently
At the public inquiry into the assassination of Daphne
Applicants for police commissioner role not informed of decision to appoint Gafa
High ranking police sources and candidates who threw their
Politicians hold ‘disproportionate authority’ over public professionals
A public policy professor has warned of the disproportionate authority
Ombudsman still lacking cooperation from public authorities
The Ombudsman has outed public authorities to the Venice
‘A deep structural injustice’ – CoE notes lack of investigation on Daphne’s death
The Council of Europe’s media freedom report notes its
Daphne Caruana Galizia’s sons appeal for effective solutions to organised crime
Law enforcement authorities should follow journalism’s lead and urgently
2018: A year of investigations
This has been a busy year for The Shift
Owners of Vitals’ Jersey companies revealed
On 13 October, 2016, 12 anonymous companies were quietly

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