UPDATED: Adrian Delia takes on SVDP direct order recipient James Caterers as legal client
Updated to add Adrian Delia’s comments. Shortly after stepping
Government offers Corinthia Group Ghajn Tuffieha site for €10.3 million
After more than two years of negotiations between the
Government spent at least €89.2 million on questionable direct orders since July 2020
Just five of The Shift’s multiple investigations into government-issued
PBS erases news item about waterpolo official and Labour activist after call from Castille
A PBS news item reporting disciplinary action against a
Encroachment by stealth: speculators quietly gobbling up Malta’s farmland
Three areas historically known for their agricultural, natural, historical
MFSA offers secret deals on non-compliance offences to select companies, individuals
Since 2014, the Malta Financial Services Authority has been
PA blocks information on substantial legal fees paid to Robert Abela
The Planning Authority has turned down an official request
GWU lands €109 million jobless scheme deal despite cheaper rival bid
A company owned by the General Workers Union and
24 financial services companies surrender licences since greylisting
Twenty-four financial services companies have voluntarily handed back their
Government bought 36 vehicles for €2 million over two years from just one supplier
Motors Inc Ltd was awarded five contracts for the
Fearne’s ministry splashed out €60 million on direct orders in first half of this year
Deputy prime minister Chris Fearne’s health ministry has spent
Infrastructure Malta doles out further €10.5 million in direct orders in first six months of 2021
Infrastructure Malta, the state roads building agency under the
DB Group/James Caterers snapped up €6.2 million contract for COVID vaccination roll-out in April
Two of Malta’s wealthiest businessmen pocketed €6.2 million earlier
Home Affairs minister refuses to explain ‘expertise allowance’ award to PL crony
The government is refusing to explain why former PL
€32 million Naxxar disability hub abandoned for two years; minister stonewalls queries
A multi-million-euro government project to provide accommodation and other
New €1.6 million Cirkewwa pier still unusable two months after inauguration
A new €1.6 million berth in Cirkewwa, inaugurated by
Suspended fisheries director still pocketing full pay every month, two years after corruption allegations
Malta’s former top government fisheries official, Andreina Fenech Farrugia,
Bedingfield among seven government MPs using state funds to boost their image amid election speculation
Government whip Glenn Bedingfield and six other government MPs
PM set to award new, multi-million euro direct order to DB Group/James Caterers
Prime Minister Robert Abela’s government is in the final
Golden handshakes: double payouts for reinstated politicians
At least four reinstated cabinet ministers are in line
Joseph Muscat’s €120,000 golden handshake was THREE times average terminal benefits
The €120,000 golden handshake paid by taxpayers to disgraced
‘Groundbreaking confirmation of the role political propaganda played in her death’
An extensive, six-month investigation by The Shift into the
Social care regulator De Giovanni hires 74-year-old father as ‘junior lawyer’ in state agency
Labour candidate Katya De Giovanni, currently serving as chairperson
Labour’s Charlon Gouder lands ‘phantom’ €35,000-a-year job at Arts Council
Former One TV reporter-turned lawyer Charlon Gouder has been