Conclusions of public inquiry into Daphne Caruana Galizia’s death expected this week
The public inquiry into the assassination of journalist Daphne
Pembroke sacrificed to the rule of degenerates
The Planning Authority’s decision to allow Silvio Debono’s DB
You’re bankrolling personal fiefdoms
Robert Abela has problems on his hands, and they’re
For the people or against?
“One is either for the people or against” Joseph
Egrant was a house of mirrors
The Shift’s recent investigation into Egrant revealed how the
Finding Egrant: What we know now
Egrant almost ended up owned by a Brazilian, which
SOCAR’s got a lot to hide
Azerbaijan’s State oil company didn’t want to share banking
Schembri’s deliberately tangled mess
The compilation of evidence in the case of Keith
Fearne knew nothing, but backed Vitals anyway
Chris Fearne knew nothing and was not involved in
EXCLUSIVE: Sacked Air Malta pilots secretly put on government payroll
Air Malta pilots made redundant last year are now
It doesn’t end here
Robert Abela wants you to believe that the confession
Cashing in with a little help from their friend
It pays to be friends with Konrad Mizzi. I
Malta hit another all-time low
Malta plummeted to a “new all-time low” in this
Prime Minister resigns over corruption allegations
The Prime minister resigned immediately, bringing down his government
A Christmas playlist for the entire family
It’s been a tough year for everyone between the
‘You are not credible, I am sorry’ – former Chief Justice tells Keith Schembri
The public inquiry hearing on Monday touched upon a
The secret OPM advisor on the ITS deal with Silvio Debono was Alex Sciberras
The Shift can exclusively reveal that it was lawyer
Fenech and the Bangladeshi Schembri
Some countries specialise in technology, others specialise in services.
ITS – Seabank deal: Chief negotiator’s ‘supervening conflict’ remains a mystery
The chief negotiator of the highly controversial ITS deal,
Si yo fuera Maradona (If I were Maradona)
I learnt this week of an interview given by
Air Malta in the red as losses reach €150 million
Air Malta’s financial situation is facing a total meltdown
Chris Cardona downplays controversial MOU as public inquiry board questions hospitals’ deal
Former Economy Minister Christian Cardona, who had signed the
No charges yet in sight despite police ‘show’ and leaks
As the mainstream media are being drip-fed leaks by
Joe’s expensive smoke and mirrors
Joseph Muscat knew he was in trouble when Daphne
Former Deputy Commissioner Silvio Valletta answered to Keith Schembri
Former deputy police commissioner Silvio Valletta felt obliged to
Former Attorney General defends inaction on major political scandals
Former Attorney General Peter Grech defended his decision to
Paul Apap Bologna can’t recall why Electrogas shareholders received millions in ‘success fees’ 
Electrogas director Paul Apap Bologna left the Public Inquiry
No action taken against MTA chiefs over Konrad Mizzi €90,000 contract
No action has as yet been taken by Prime
Your cowardice and greed killed Daphne
It’s a strange coincidence that my 100th column for