€2.1 million spent on Villa Lauri as project is five years late
A Gozo Ministry project to provide temporary shelter for
Gozo Museum four times over budget, still in shell form
The Gozo Museum project is still at the shell
Gozo Ministry in illegal construction works at Xewkija racecourse
The Gozo Ministry has carried out illegal construction work
€60 million ITS campus still on the cards after EU post-Covid funding cut
The €60 million Institute of Tourism Studies campus slated
Ghadira Bay beach project cancelled after ministerial U-turn
After a much-hyped press conference announcing the replenishment and
Restaurants, bars eating up public areas at just €23 per square meter a year
One good meal at a mid-range al fresco restaurant
Gozo Channel employing 150 extra workers as subsidy doubles in two years
Gozo Channel – the State’s Malta-Gozo ferry service monopoly
Grech, Delia challenge PM to come clean to the House on hospital deals role
Opposition leader Bernard Grech and MP Adrian Delia are
New Gozo ferry PSO? We’re still working on it, minister says
A new Public Service Obligation for the transport of
€150,000 ‘emergency works’ on site owned by Gozo Channel chair’s clients
Gozo Channel is handing out another €150,000 in a
Placements on government ‘jobs-for-votes’ scheme doubles
Enrolment in the Community Workers Scheme (CWS) hit a
Well-connected lawyers grab €300,000 in legal fees from Gozo Ministry in under three years
A small group of well-connected lawyers, including Simon Schembri,
Tender evaluation stalled for a year as time runs low on Gozo elderly home lease
A public tender for the finishing and running of
Gozo Minister refuses to confirm details of secret Dar San Guzepp deal
The government has spent as much as €510,000 on
Club supremo retains hold of Knights’ fort due to inaction by Lands Authority
Pictures of the interior of a 300-year-old Knights’ era
‘Spoke to Lionel’: Documents reveal parallel system for MTA sponsorships
Event organisers applying for Malta Tourism Authority sponsorship money
‘Gozo COVID-19 case could have been avoided if patients had been relocated’
Updated Wednesday 8 April with news that a 92-year-old
Chris Fearne and Silvio Schembri avoid questions on start of air ambulances
Health Minister Chris Fearne and Economy Minister Silvio Schembri
When love trumps Delia’s legalisms
By presenting a motion that would have denied same-sex
After Daphne’s Execution: Delia’s ‘honeymoon’ interrupted
Newly-elected PN leader Adrian Delia has been deprived of

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