Yorgen Fenech named as owner of gaming company involved in ‘criminal network’
Yorgen Fenech, owner of 17 Black, has been accused
Googling Joseph Muscat
It was a point of honour, Joseph Muscat said
EP Special Committee on Financial Crimes to focus on Malta
Justice Minister Owen Bonnici will appear before the European
The promise of Malta
I first came to Malta a year after it
Shut up and be positive
Just when you thought you’d heard it all –
The world reacts while Malta continues to look the other way
The very first person to be charged in the
Undeserved respect for the judiciary
A legal bid by PN MP Simon Busuttil and
Malta Finance Minister approves €2m direct order on money laundering
Finance Minister Edward Scicluna, who complained he could not
Finance Minister promotes passport scheme at Henley and Partners’ launch
In the wake of a report by the European
Investment banker extradited for helping clients defraud tax authorities
A former employee of Mossack Fonesca has been extradited
Malta and the laundering of Azeri money
Forbes, one of the world’s leading business magazines, has
An epidemic of shamelessness
Konrad Mizzi, the Minister who negotiated the deal with
MEPs back plan to freeze funds for countries who undermine rule of law
The European Parliament has backed the European Commission’s proposal
Azerbaijan state oil company’s LNG supplies to Malta exceed obligations
Azerbaijan’s state oil company SOCAR announced that its supply
The Big Sell Out #5: Technoline was not the only supplier Vitals bought with taxpayers’ money
Key findings: Technoline was not the only company the
Judge Grixti’s Catch-22
Konrad Mizzi, the government and anybody with an interest
Italy joins countries investigating bank in Azerbaijan corruption scheme
Prosecutors in Milan are now also investigating Danske Bank
2018: A year of investigations
This has been a busy year for The Shift
Answers we are hoping for in 2019
2018 has been an interesting year full of scandal,
They said it in 2018
We’ve heard and seen a great deal in 2018.
Bedingfield has ‘no concerns’ about corruption in Malta
Labour MP Glenn Bedingfield does not have any concerns
It’s our business to question why police won’t act on ‘criminally tainted’ deal
As activists gathered outside Castille last week demanding to
‘If we lose the free press, we cease to be a democracy’
“His aim is to confuse the public, so that
Sorry man, can’t tell you
“So how much are we paying for that?” “Sorry
Transparency International calls out European Parliament on failure to investigate Azerbaijan bribes
In a letter sent to European Parliament today, Transparency
Why are taxpayers forking out €1.4m to permit more air pollution?
In a recent report by the European Environment Agency,
The poster boy of democracy’s slow death
Konrad Mizzi has said he wants to complete the
Repubblika demands suspension of all politicians under investigation
In a statement to mark World Anti-Corruption Day, civil
Huawei top executive accused of fraud in breach of US sanctions
The arrest of Huawei’s chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou sparked
Panama Papers: Mossack Fonseca employees indicted by US authorities
Four men have been indicted in connection with their

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