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Auditor General confirms MaltaToday 2008 reports into a €4.6 million spending spree of direct orders and mismanaged contracts at Mater Dei. Gonzi: ‘I’d do it again’

Prime Minister Lawrence Gonzi yesterday ignored a warning by the Auditor General that the government was not securing value-for-money contracts, after blessing a €2 million direct order for Group 4 Securitas (G4S) to run internal security at Mater Dei Hospital, just two months before the 8 March general elections. >>

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Political party news chiefs step down

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PN launches MEPs’ electoral manifesto

Gaming director charged


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