Gozo Channel paying €7,500 per employee in overtime
Gozo Channel, the state company running ferry crossings between
New Gozo Channel ‘vision’ to be announced by end of year
Gozo and Planning Minister Clint Camilleri announced that a
Gozo Channel issues €730,000 tender for work on unused office
Gozo Channel, which has been running at a significant
Gozo Channel stuck with €10,000 a day 36-year-old vessel
Serious concerns have been raised over the deteriorating service
Government funding of Gozo ferry services expected to reach €17 million
The government changed the rules for subsidies for ferry
Gozo Channel to pay dearly as Greeks snub fourth ferry tender, again
The Greek owners of Gozo’s Channel’s hired fourth ferry
Unprecedented levels of jobs for votes draws sharp rebuke from Gozo Bishop
Gozo Bishop Anton Teuma’s recent slamming of the culture
Gozo Channel tries again: ferry tender published with same tight timeline
Gozo Channel has after years of delay published a
Minister says tender for fourth Gozo ferry now to be published by September
The Greek owners of the 35-year-old MV Nikolaos, which
Gozo Channel employing 150 extra workers as subsidy doubles in two years
Gozo Channel – the State’s Malta-Gozo ferry service monopoly
€150,000 ‘emergency works’ on site owned by Gozo Channel chair’s clients
Gozo Channel is handing out another €150,000 in a
Gozo Ministry issued 263 direct orders worth €4.6 million in 2021
Nine of every 10 purchases of goods and services
Gozo Channel denies FOI request on chairman’s client’s supermarket lease
The Gozo Ministry has denied a Freedom of Information
Passenger capacity on Gozo Channel vessel halved as leased ship is too old
A 35-year-old Greek vessel that Gozo Channel has been
Code of ethics? Active Ageing Minister’s brother given job at Gozo Ministry
The brother of newly elected Active Aging Minister Jo
Gozo Channel scandal deepens as chairman asks clients for measly compensation
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti Sketchy details of an
Gozo Channel using public funds to re-build property owned by chairman’s clients
Taxpayers are forking out more than half a million
Gozo Channel keeps vessel’s Covid outbreak under wraps, offloads employees onto Gozo ministry
The long queues and waiting times experienced by hundreds
Gozo Channel to spend some €500,000 to fix and upgrade defective property leased
The State’s Gozo ferry company is planning to spend
Gozo Channel’s unused, leased premises belongs to former client of chairman Joe Cordina
The building leased as offices by Gozo Channel in
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,
Gozo Channel ordered to issue ‘forgotten’ pier tender after The Shift’s report
A ‘forgotten’ tender, for the provision of fenders and
New €1.6 million Cirkewwa pier still unusable two months after inauguration
A new €1.6 million berth in Cirkewwa, inaugurated by
Government makes u-turn on Gozo fast ferry service after eight years of stalling
A full eight years following the governing Labour Party’s
Gozo Channel faces bleak future as losses surge
Gozo Channel Operations Ltd, the State monopoly that provides
State aid to Gozo Channel remains a carefully guarded secret
Government officials are refusing to disclose details regarding hundreds
Gozo Channel ‘drowning’ as €13,000-a-day vessel returned to ferry service
Taxpayers will need to again come to the rescue
Gozo Channel crew in court over ‘abusive’ and ‘discriminatory’ practices
A direct order awarded by Gozo Channel to a

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