Polidano won government contracts in 2021 despite pending €40 million tax bill
Building contractor Polidano Brothers – the company owned by
Company awarded €0.5 million in direct orders in 1 day provided tents for minister’s campaign
The Events Company, better known as TEC, provided Minister
Taxpayers paid €4.6 million extra for tunnels maintenance
A supposedly simple and straightforward project by Infrastructure Malta
Ian Borg issued 320 direct orders, worth over €6 million, in his last 6 months as transport minister
Outgoing Transport Minister Ian Borg, shunted sideways by Prime
Polidano Brothers loses appeal to retain €20 million Lascaris Wharf contract
One of Malta’s major infrastructure companies, Polidano Brothers, is
Outgoing PL CEO George Azzopardi demands top post at Transport Ministry
George Azzopardi, the former CEO of the Labour Party
€30 million in EU funds at risk as Polidano tax dispute escalates
Malta may be in danger of losing more than
Infrastructure Malta postpones multi-million euro contracts to tax dodger till after the elections
Infrastructure Malta, the government roads agency controlled by Minister
Application for tourism complex on site of former explosives factory in Dingli withdrawn
The controversial planning application aiming to convert an abandoned
Infrastructure Malta admits blacklisting measure ‘limited’ as Polidano set to win €40 million in contracts despite tax arrears
Infrastructure Malta last year awarded Polidano Brothers, supposedly blacklisted,
Know your chickens
It is most unfair. Konrad Mizzi throws a long
Sister of PM’s wife appointed to four different government boards since 2013
Alison Zerafa Civelli, the sister of the prime minister’s
Central Link road contractors’ consortium among ‘frontrunners’ of bidders for Marsaskala marina
A group of wealthy contractors, considered to be very
Two consortia accuse Minister Ian Borg of breaching procurement rules on Gozo tunnel project
A controversial project to construct an underwater tunnel between
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
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
New €1.6 million Cirkewwa pier still unusable two months after inauguration
A new €1.6 million berth in Cirkewwa, inaugurated by
Central link project costs mushroom as new underpass is added as an afterthought
The controversial €55 million Central Link project, already underway
Planning Authority flooded with objections over Dingli Cliffs development
The Planning Authority will have a difficult task recommending
Transport Ministry spends €60 million on direct orders in 3 years
The Transport Ministry has dished out almost €60 million
Amid controversy, €3.4 million tender to Bonnici Brothers gets published
Civil engineering and road-building company, Bonnici Brothers was awarded
Number of direct orders surpass tenders at Infrastructure Malta
Infrastructure Malta has set another record as the government
Prime Minister’s ‘team member’ given €2 million in direct orders for road works
Matthew Bongailas, 32, from Fgura, who describes himself on
Caqnu keeps ‘winning’ despite his reported blacklisting over tax arrears
A much-vaunted ‘blacklist’ introduced by Infrastructure Malta, supposedly barring
€9 million in direct orders from Infrastructure Malta in 6 months
During the first six months of this year, Infrastructure
Some trees marked with spray paint will be removed for Central Link project
Infrastructure Malta has confirmed that the trees marked with
Potholes and the government meme machine
A hole is not a hole in the upside-down
Trees are not a perception
The Prime Minister takes perceptions seriously and has lodged

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