Cabinet members declare €4.5million in savings
Cabinet members have declared over  €4.5 million in financial
PM keeps tight lid on secretly-boosted golden handshakes to his cabinet
Prime Minister Robert Abela has refused to give taxpayers
Victim or villain?
The efficient labour media, and that includes PBS, have
President ‘departs from Constitution’, favours ‘stability’ and ‘continuity’ 
President George Vella announced his decision that Adrian Delia
MTA never commissioned the study it used to justify surge in sponsorships
The Malta Tourism Authority (MTA) has once again been
A leaner, more efficient parliament
A leaner Parliament with fewer ministers and parliamentary secretaries
Will Malta’s parliamentarians begin to serve their role in a democracy?
It’s not clear whether the recent order instigated by
Labour MEP spins conspiracy theories to cloud facts in Malta
Labour MEP Josianne Cutajar has not been around for
The silent coup in Valletta
Loud street protests are all over the news. People
Your MPs have to do better than that
Government politicians and their hangers on have stuck a
Government confirms The Shift’s findings on Cabinet salaries increase
During a press briefing on Monday to which The
Numbing the minds of backbenchers
Just imagine if the Environment and Resources Authority Head
It’s confidential: Ministers deny having access to Egrant inquiry
Ministers Chris Cardona, Konrad Mizzi and Edward Scicluna have
Ditched MPs’ pension reform: a lost opportunity 
This week government withdrew outrageous amendments on MPs’ pensions
A pension for the gods and a pension for the animals
Economy Minister Chris Cardona this week presented amendments to