Mario Cutajar gets third pension top-up courtesy of Glenn Bedingfield
In addition to his substantial pension, former Principal Permanent
Cost of state-sponsored ‘Siggu’ to remain secret while biennale costs challenged
Heritage Malta refuses to state how much it paid
Freedom of Information request shows €700,000 spent on failed Biennale so far
Heritage Malta spent €700,000 to organise the first edition
Heritage Malta’s attempt to hide Palace theft foiled by The Shift
Aqra bil-Malti When The Shift asked Heritage Malta to
Malta’s first biennale falls flat forcing half-price ticket sales
Malta’s first art biennale has failed to gain traction
Disinformation Watch: Yes, Cabinet does need to declare spouse’s assets
Prime Minister Robert Abela’s denials in the press last
Permanent secretaries, cabinet secretary given special pension by stealth
Tista taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti. Permanent secretaries in the
2022 Public Service Week PR exercise costs surged to €426,000
The last public relations exercise conducted by former civil
Renowned artist finally gets his Mintoff statue installed, in Paola 10 years later
Justice was finally served for one of Malta’s most
ITS stonewalls information on disgraced permanent secretary’s employment
The Institute of Tourism Studies (ITS) is refusing to
OPM changes the rulebook to increase Abela’s persons of trust
Just a month after forming his new cabinet last
No explanations for lease of catacombs site for ‘Grill & Chill’ events
Following recent reports by The Shift on how the
Scrutiny and standards go hand in hand
Criticism is for has-beens, accountability is for fools, and
New civil service head appointment mired in political controversy
The prime minister’s choice of Tony Sultana as the
Mario Cutajar recruited personal ‘image booster’ at €40,000 a year
Outgoing Principal Permanent Secretary Mario Cutajar used taxpayer funds
The honeymoon is over
The honeymoon is over and the piper wants to
The labours of Clyde: A memo to the finance minister
Finance Minister Clyde Caruana has issued a stark warning:
Prime Minister Robert Abela silent on promise to revise government CEO packages
Prime Minister Robert Abela has so far reneged on
Labour consolidates hold on public service through permanent secretaries
Barely four weeks after the general elections, the newly-returned
Deputy Prime Minister Chris Fearne in breach of governance rules implemented by his own Party
The decision by Deputy Prime Minister Chris Fearne to
Civil service chief Mario Cutajar continues his attack on the Ombudsman
Principal Permanent Secretary Mario Cutajar upped his attack against
Ombudsman slams civil service chief on ‘insinuations, half truths and allegations’
The Office of the Ombudsman has reacted strongly to
‘Public Service Week’ media hype cost taxpayers €300,000
A week-long media campaign organised in June by public
Heritage Malta suffers unprecedented losses but doubles costs of government-appointed directors
The government agency responsible for the upkeep and administration
OPM agency forced to reverse decision after breaching rules
A government agency that falls directly under Principal Permanent
Prime Minister’s Office silent over parliamentary secretary’s breach of contract
Prime Minister Robert Abela and Principal Permanent Secretary Mario
OPM won’t say what benefits Joseph Muscat is receiving since resignation
The Office of the Prime Minister (OPM) is refusing
Mario Cutajar refuses to explain why he lied about Muscat’s resignation letter
Mario Cutajar, head of the civil service, is refusing
‘Transparently yours, Joseph’
For a man who campaigned on a promise of
Robert Abela’s chief of staff gets €14,000 salary top up through second job
Clyde Caruana, the new chief of staff at the

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