Here we go again
The time for platitudes is over. As yet another
PL, PN remain non-committal on termination of €274 million ‘illegal’ contract
Updated to include the PN statement issued immediately following
St Vincent de Paul contract worth €274m in breach of the law – Auditor General
A contract awarded to a consortium for services at
Parliament gets no answers on additional millions spent on shooting range despite NAO report
A list of parliamentary questions regarding the controversial government
National Audit Office highlights procurement breaches across the board
The National Audit Office (NAO) has issued another report
The secret OPM advisor on the ITS deal with Silvio Debono was Alex Sciberras
The Shift can exclusively reveal that it was lawyer
Auditor General points to breach of procurement regulations by local councils
Throughout 2019, local councils did not always acquire goods
ITS – Seabank deal: Chief negotiator’s ‘supervening conflict’ remains a mystery
The chief negotiator of the highly controversial ITS deal,
NAO confirms Planning Authority’s blunder over direct order awarded to Labour pollster
An investigation by the National Audit Office (NAO) found
GWU makes a profit off taxpayers in jobs scheme meant to be run by foundation
The GWU was meant to run the government scheme
Direct orders to Party loyalists for cultural events total €3m in 6 months
State cultural agencies in Malta, under the political patronage
MP proposes outlawing use of private email by government officials
Nationalist MP Jason Azzopardi today submitted a Private Member’s
Government in ‘legal servitude to DB group’ for concession on former ITS site
Members of the real estate industry remain baffled by
What we know about the ‘lost’, and newly found, hospitals’ MOU
For over two years, the government has been playing
Government in long legal battle to stop publication of agreement now ‘missing’
In correspondence with the National Audit Office (NAO) in
Arts Council flouting procurement rules despite NAO warning
The Malta Arts Council, with former Labour TV CEO
NAO report shows ‘usual suspects’ involved in hospitals’ scandal
Disgraced former Minister Konrad Mizzi’s ‘friends’, consultant David Galea,
Thousands object for the third time to DB project despite lavish PR campaign
Over 4,400 objections have been submitted to the Planning
Still no standard checklist for OHSA officers visiting construction sites – NAO
The Occupational Health and Safety Authority (OHSA) still does
Film Commission made ‘insignificant progress’ on NAO recommendations
The Auditor General has highlighted significant issues related to
Fact-Check: DB Group’s PR offensive on City Centre project
A massive public relations campaign is presently underway by
‘DB trying to take us for a ride’ – mayor
St Julians mayor Albert Buttigieg has lashed out at
Politicians hold ‘disproportionate authority’ over public professionals
A public policy professor has warned of the disproportionate authority
Auditor General asked to investigate ‘ghost contract’ for Muscat’s pollster
Nicholas Wright, the pollster behind the Labour Party’s success
Over €1 million given to BEAT Ltd without competition
David Galea, Konrad Mizzi’s childhood friend, was given more
When is a gift, not a gift?
The issue of civil servants giving and receiving gifts
Projects Malta issued ITS site tender without necessary authorisation
Updated with Repubblika’s reaction The National Audit Office (NAO)
Electrogas: A list of the people who benefit from the corrupt deal
It is not only Yorgen Fenech – the man
NAO report on Voluntary Organisations highlights significant risks of money laundering
The Office of the Commissioner for Voluntary Organisations (OCVO)