Police force fails to convert €3.6 million in unpaid court fines into imprisonment
Over €3.6 million in unpaid court fines that were
‘Free’ school transport costing taxpayers more than three times initial estimate
The cost of ‘free’ school transport for students of
Inflated salaries and dubious IT contract found at Malta Air Travel
The National Audit Office has found a financial mess
Community Work Scheme a ‘numbers exercise’ to lower unemployment figures
The National Audit Office has warned the Community Work
Former Enemalta CEO can’t remember discussion of €20 million shortfall
Former Enemalta CEO Louis Giordimaina claimed he couldn’t remember
How the PAC’s investigation into Electrogas was derailed
The Public Accounts Committee (PAC) was created to audit
The lucky lackey – Kevin Cassar
Konrad Mizzi’s right-hand man, Ronald Mizzi, turned 40 yesterday. 
National Audit Office asked to investigate €420,000 in direct orders for metro launch
The Daphne Caruana Galizia Foundation has asked the National
Former chairperson of Enemalta insists board was following recommendations on Electrogas decision
The former chairperson of Enemalta’s board of directors, Charles
Konrad Mizzi’s former right hand man will now oversee millions of euros in EU funds
Tista’ taqra l-artiklu bil-Malta hawn. Ronald Mizzi, the permanent
Malta of ‘particular concern’ in ongoing UK inquiry into illicit finance
An inquiry initiated by the UK’s Foreign Affairs Committee,
Seven witnesses approved for next PAC hearing, call for ruling on police commissioner
In another Public Accounts Committee (PAC) hearing that ended
Rebranded Projects Malta to pay €1 million to lease offices from AX Group
Updated to include reaction from AX Group Taxpayers are
Health minister claims Steward Healthcare concession ‘is what it is’, cannot be changed
While answering a parliamentary question about the latest updates
Widespread condemnation for Ray Bezzina move to DB Group amid claims it threatens Party’s credibility
Large numbers of PN voters have expressed their outrage
First impressions: the governing party’s raft of electoral promises
In another instalment of The Shift’s 2022 elections series,
Manifestos vs voter concerns: does the PN square up?
In the context of yet another election dominated by
Joseph Muscat’s legacy of failure
As disgraced former prime minister Joseph Muscat pulls strings
Four months and counting for Silvio Schembri’s €31 million extravagance
Economy Minister Silvio Schembri is still finding it difficult
Mayhem and abuse found at housing estates’ maintenance company
The company set up by the government to oversee
Fearne appoints his canvasser Carmen Ciantar chief of staff on top of her €163,000 role at FMS
Deputy Prime Minister Chris Fearne has confirmed he has
Fearne puts his campaign manager on €163,000 ‘irregular’ contract
Deputy Prime Minister Chris Fearne has put one of
‘Government contracts should have National Audit Office approval’ – Joe Giglio
Lawyer and PN candidate Joe Giglio told The Shift
Gozo Square project riddled with shortcomings, final bill more than €2 million over budget – NAO
A small, supposedly uncomplicated project in Gozo – the
National Festivals Agency run like a village club, NAO says – but the chairman gets a medal
State agency Festivals Malta is being managed like a
Schembri, Mizzi slapped with US travel ban
Former energy minister Konrad Mizzi and former OPM chief
Refused: FOI request to disclose ‘prohibitive’ €31 million MBR rental contract
Economy Minister Silvio Schembri has once again turned down
NAO slams ‘opaquely concealed’ VGH negotiations and ‘inconsistent’ testimonies
“The general opacity that characterised the negotiation process limited

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