SVDP scandal: Top civil servants shun responsibility as PL, PN take no action
Top civil servants who pushed through the illegal 2017
Here we go again
The time for platitudes is over. As yet another
PL, PN remain non-committal on termination of €274 million ‘illegal’ contract
Updated to include the PN statement issued immediately following
NAO confirms gross irregularities in shooting range project
An NAO audit on the controversial government shooting range
Konrad Mizzi’s man reappointed chairman of energy regulator
James Camenzuli, who was named in two investigations by
Konrad Mizzi gifted Electrogas over €40 million in excise tax refunds
The bid that won Electrogas the deal was meant
GWU makes a profit off taxpayers in jobs scheme meant to be run by foundation
The GWU was meant to run the government scheme
Direct orders to Party loyalists for cultural events total €3m in 6 months
State cultural agencies in Malta, under the political patronage
‘Lost’ hospitals’ MOU found at Malta Enterprise, despite Kurt Farrugia’s denials
Declarations made earlier by Kurt Farrugia, CEO of Malta
Government in ‘legal servitude to DB group’ for concession on former ITS site
Members of the real estate industry remain baffled by
What we know about the ‘lost’, and newly found, hospitals’ MOU
For over two years, the government has been playing
Arts Council flouting procurement rules despite NAO warning
The Malta Arts Council, with former Labour TV CEO
Another day, another dodgy contract
Another day, another dodgy contract. I wonder, what’s it
The good in the bad and the ugly
A memo to readers who, upon reading of Keith
NAO report on Voluntary Organisations highlights significant risks of money laundering
The Office of the Commissioner for Voluntary Organisations (OCVO)
Disinformation #27: Manipulation of the NAO report on the power station deal
The National Audit Office (NAO) on Wednesday published its
PD slams Opposition Leader’s decision to drop no confidence motion against Konrad Mizzi
Opposition Leader Adrian Delia’s decision to drop the motion
Aren’t you glad you’re funding the Labour Party’s electoral success?
A year after the Labour Party shot to power