Gozo Ministry blocks information on Nadur road project
Gozo Minister Clint Camilleri has instructed ministry officials not
Latest Project Green marketing effort to promote disgraced CEO backfires
A new marketing campaign to promote the recent appointment
Grech’s film festival costs exceed more than two years of local industry funding
Johann Grech’s extravagant film festival last summer, supposedly to
Government defies information commissioner order over Man United deal
The government has defied an order of the Information
Print newspapers given €150,000 in fresh public funds
The government has handed out some €150,000 of public
Finance minister issues direct orders to campaign manager
Finance Minister Clyde Caruana has issued direct orders to
ERA objects to work done on private property during Nadur road project
The Environment and Resources Authority (ERA) has told the
The Shift wins its 12th FOI appeals court case, seven more pending judgements
The Court of Appeal presided over by Mr Justice
BCA CEO ignores public service chief as Christmas bash goes ahead
The Building and Construction Agency (BCA) will today proceed
Government attacks The Shift with legal Groundhog Day
Forty separate branches of the government are attacking another
Government launches new attempt to cripple The Shift with FOI appeals
Tista’ taqra dan l-artiklu bil-Malti hawn The government has
The Shift wins another six challenges to Freedom of Information requests
Six more government entities resisting a decision by the
Gozo pool project already €4 million over budget
A long-awaited Olympic-size pool at the Gozo Sports Complex
Government spent €1 million a month on cultural activities during covid shutdown
The government squandered at least €1 million a month
Better than the BBC, almost as good as RT – Ranier Fsadni
In case you missed it, PBS has declared that
Get cracking, Clyde: memo 2 to the finance minister
Finance Minister Clyde Caruana would do well to watch
Election month cost taxpayers dearly
The government spent €191 million more in March than
Back in business
They’re back in business. It took only a few
Manoel Theatre gave free rein to Mario Philip Azzopardi despite ‘improper’ use of public funds
The bulk of an annual grant of €20,000 controversially
National Theatre has been funding Azzopardi’s plays for 8 years
Teatru Manoel – Malta’s National Theatre – has been
€30 million in EU funds at risk as Polidano tax dispute escalates
Malta may be in danger of losing more than
New primary school without compliance certificate after two years
A new primary school inaugurated by Prime Minister Robert
Multi-million euro cancer treatment tender being manipulated in favour of ‘preferred’ supplier
Efforts are ongoing at the highest levels of the
More taxpayer money sent Saviour Balzan’s way
The co-owner of Media Today, Saviour Balzan, has been
Joe Gerada’s move to silence The Shift registered as ‘violation’ by press freedom watchdog
Lawyer Joe Gerada’s request to the Information and Data
Millions of taxpayer euros squandered on stalled Gozo elderly home project
The government has spent tens of thousands of taxpayer
Marigold Foundation given over €500,000 in taxpayer funds while Joseph Muscat was PM
As NGOs currently navigate increasing red tape to raise
Investigations shows Herrera’s private ‘bodyguard’ paid by public funds was a previous client of his firm
Questions are being raised about the payment of €19,050

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