Dgħajsa tal-ibburdjar li swiet €500,000 tħalliet sena u nofs wieqfa
Read in English. Dgħajsa tal-ibburdjar li l-gvern xtara second-hand
€500,000 publicly-funded sailing boat left idle for 18 months
Aqra bil-Malti A second-hand sailing boat bought by the
Government awards late, overbudget pool as its ‘project of the year’
A €14 million Olympic-sized pool at the Cottonera Sports
NAO unaware of shooting range settlement as PAC scrutiny begins
Officials from the National Audit Office (NAO) said they
Deal reached with Bonnici Brothers over €13 million shooting range debacle
Documents tabled in parliament indicate that the government has
Late, over budget, €14m Cottonera pool complex did not deliver on promises
The €14 million Olympic-sized swimming pool at the Cottonera
SportMalta Chair resigns, officials give no explanation
Chairman of SportMalta Prof Andrew Decelis has resigned just
Cottonera pool finally inaugurated, three years late and €6 million over budget
The Cottonera Sports Complex indoor pool has finally been
Standards Commissioner passes the buck on minister misleading parliament
Standards Commissioner Joe Azzopardi has passed the buck to
Citizenship by merit: FOI request deemed ‘frivolous, trivial or vexatious’
A freedom of information request from The Shift asking
Defective work on new Msida primary school has already cost €2.3 million
Serious structural defects in the construction of a new
Sports commercialisation: chairman quits and is replaced by WasteServ CEO
Six years after plans to allow sports associations to
Questions on €5 million investment into GSSE athletes unanswered
The government is refusing to divulge how a €5
Government to spend €380,000 in bonuses for gold-winning GSSE athletes
The Maltese government is set to spend €380,000 in
GSSE athletes given Maltese passports despite being permanently based abroad
Foreign professional sports players contracted to represent Malta in
€14 million Cottonera pool is the fourth project to miss today’s GSSE deadline
The €14 million Cottonera Sports Complex indoor pool slated
Marsa Sports Complex the third project to miss small nations games deadline
An extension to the Marsa Sports Complex including eight
€3 million tennis complex unfinished for this month’s small nations’ games
A national tennis complex, which has cost taxpayers €2.9
Five years and millions wasted: Msida primary school project at a stalemate
Work on a new 500-student Msida government primary school
Education minister evades AUM criteria questions now three times in a row
With the American University of Malta staking its reputation
Confusion reigns over scheme to commercialise sports facilities
Confusion is currently reigning in the management of sports
Education minister once again evasive on how AUM was granted a new licence
Education Minister Clifton Grima has once again chosen to
Portelli told to wait and follow the rules on Hamrun stadium commercialisation
The government has made it crystal clear that construction
Misleading of Parliament reported to standards commissioner’s office
Independent political candidate Arnold Cassola has called on the
Audit allowing AUM’s licence to be extended remains under wraps
A government entity responsible for issuing the latest five-year
German company to be given €1 million to repair its own shooting range work
The government is intending to spend almost €1 million
Kirkop and Safi primary students to be housed in mobile classrooms as FTS mismanagement continues
Taxpayers will be forking out over €1.5 million for
FTS staff claim ‘discrimination, dictatorship’ at agency – minister fails to act
The Foundation for Tomorrow’s Schools (FTS) is riddled with
Skeletons in the Cabinet: the stories ministers and parliamentary secretaries wish you’d forget
Fourteen members of the new government’s Cabinet – out
Sister of new education minister pocketed at least €25,000 from government jobs since 2020
The sister of new Education Minister Clifton Grima, Charlene

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