Prime Minister’s decision not to divulge expenditure on media publicity ‘banal’
NGO Repubblika has said the prime minister’s excuses not
The Shift’s Financials: Taking a stand for transparency
The Shift is our readers’ project – you. A
When they get it wrong
The coordinated attack on The Shift by the three
‘No EU funds for government-controlled media or political propaganda’ – MEPs
Media freedom in Europe has declined MEPs deplore harassment
Journalists call for online access to company data to be reinstated
The Daphne Caruana Galizia Foundation together with the Institute
Malta gets another downgrade at crucial juncture for financial services industry
Malta’s lucrative financial services industry and its international ranking
‘No documents’ to show for €1.7 million hosting of migrants
The Home Affairs Ministry has replied to a Freedom
New media law is good news for Maltese public
An amendment floated on Monday by Minister Carmelo Abela
Stock replies bingo 
When former prime minister Joseph Muscat was asked to
Labour’s playbook catches coronavirus
When they tell you it’s not about the money,
S&P warns of dark clouds ahead, government blames Covid-19
Ratings agency Standard and Poor’s (S&P) on 13 March
UPDATED: ‘No action has been taken’ against Film Commissioner
Updated to include support statement from the Chamber of
The general election we deserve
Imagine this. A general election is called tomorrow for
Egrant: ‘The most expensive cover up in Malta’s political history’
You won a difficult battle in court and gave
‘This is not on’, said the Dodger to the fly
Dodging journalists. Avoiding interviews. Running away from tough questions.
A partial review is worse than none at all
The investigation by Public Standards Commissioner George Hyzler into
Keeping scrutiny at bay
Leadership style matters. The same situation can be handled
Cover your assets: Justice and Culture Minister Owen ‘ Noddy’ Bonnici
The asset declarations of Justice and Culture Minister Owen
Cover your assets: Parliamentary Secretary Silvio ‘I’m Cryptic’ Schembri
Parliamentary Secretary Silvio Schembri has only ever filed two
The games MPs play to hide their assets
Key findings: Ministers and Parliamentary Secretaries did not table
Malta government ranking on transparency takes another knock
Since 2016, Malta has dropped a total of six
Report maps presence of Italian mafia in foreign countries, Malta tops list
Malta is the country with the highest number of
‘Steer clear of Malta’ investors told at international conference on financial crime
Strong collaboration between countries was closing the net on
Global Competitiveness Report highlights shortcomings in banking sector
The soundness of Malta’s banking sector has deteriorated according
What price tag for political parties to take control of the university student council?
With the university student council (KSU) elections coming up
No serenity without transparency
Lyman Frank Baum’s Wicked Witch of the West melts