The public, the private and the bloody rest
Former German Chancellor Gerhard Schroeder’s close friendship with President
The hunt for the brainless idiots
A survey by the Faculty of Social Wellbeing is
A weaponless revolution
Former Italian PM Matteo Renzi was in the news
Soldier fast-tracked to senior rank now leads Identity Malta despite controversy
Mark Mallia – President George Abela’s right-hand man at
The oppression of silence
We have learnt nothing. We are still the same,
Weaponising the vote
A reader has written to urge me to make
Probes into Kulhadd partisan supplement requested following The Shift’s report
Following a report by The Shift, Civil society NGO
Living on borrowed money and borrowed time
The prime minister seems to have lost the plot
Government pays €20,000 to Labour Party for partisan newspaper supplement
A partisan 32-page newspaper supplement published by the Labour
The great stagnation
A great stagnation is upon us, and it isn’t
Cry havoc and unleash the dogs of war
“Celebrities who retreat from the public eye will always
Civil service chief Mario Cutajar continues his attack on the Ombudsman
Principal Permanent Secretary Mario Cutajar upped his attack against
The duty of candour
If you aren’t prosecuted and found guilty of serious
Finance Minister warns businesses about tax dues, while political parties allowed to defy rules
Not a single company owned by the political parties
New PBS editor is former head of engineering at One Productions 
Charles Dalli, who has just taken on the role
L-Aqwa Zmien: The gift that keeps on giving for Janice Bartolo
Former One TV reporter Janice Bartolo has certainly been
Resolutions in the land of collusion
Plague Year Two ended in a haze of smoke
Almost 20% of Labour MPs elected in 2017 are no longer in parliament
Close to 20% of MPs elected in Joseph Muscat’s
Speaker eyeing third term
Anglu Farrugia, the former Labour deputy leader who has
Measure for measure
Consider this. In just one week three members of
Is the prime minister protecting criminals?
It’s long past time for Prime Minister Abela to
Gozo ministry overtime payments more than tripled in just five years
Payments of overtime to Gozo ministry employees more than
You have a right to look under their carpets
Economy Minister Silvio Schembri can’t seem to keep track
Speaker to investigate The Shift’s revelations on MGA direct orders
Speaker Anglu Farrugia said today he will investigate the
The vandalism of distortion
“The PN has nothing to offer this country and
Lands Authority silent on monopolisation of Armier beach clubs by one operator
Signature Entertainment Group, recently mentioned in news reports relating
Tunnels maintenance project also goes to… Construct Furniture shareholders
The private consortium which was awarded a multi-million contract
Safety in Zombieland 
The first rule of Zombieland: zombies eat brains. If
Labour-linked lawyer Maria Cardona chairs four government boards at the same time
A lawyer with clear links to the Labour Party

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