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Ghosn surprised to hear of proceedings based on audit report

Carlos Ghosn says he's surprised that Renault's board starts a proceeding against him based on an audit report.

Whose lie is it anyway?

If we cannot trust the Auditor-General's Report, who can we rely on for honest answers?

Azeez disputes PwC’s audit report on Tabung Haji

The former Tabung Haji chairman says the audit firm appointed by the new management had failed to take into account the current value of TH’s assets in subsidiary companies.

A-G’s Report: PAC urged to probe 2 ministries

The auditor-general wants the youth and sports ministry and transport ministry investigated over 'several matters and punitive issues'.

A-G’s Report: Subsidy for affordable housing used for other purposes

The Audit Department also found that the number of houses completed fell short of its initial target.

People should know the truth, Guan Eng says on altered 1MDB...

However, the finance minister asks how Utusan could have known of the matter before it was revealed by the auditor-general.

Cops urged to probe Najib’s ex-aide over 1MDB report tampering

PKR’s Maria Chin Abdullah says the ex-principal private secretary of the former prime minister must explain the matter.

Utusan condemns Najib, ex-top officials over tampered 1MDB report

The Malay daily says if this is true, they have committed treachery of the highest order.

Ex-PAC chief, former auditor-general deny 1MDB report was tampered with

Hasan Arifin says the report previously tabled was the same one received, while Ambrin Buang says he had full control over the report at the time.

A-G’s Report: Communications ministry has no indicators to assess projects

The National Audit Department says RM120 million in grants were given to help spur the growth of the creative industry.

A-G’s Report: Over RM61 million losses incurred by failed marinas

According to the report, the Kuala Kedah marina never opened its doors since its completion in 2003.

Lawyers: Good behaviour bond on whistleblower Rafizi right decision

Court is right not to interfere in the measure of punishment when the deputy public prosecutor went along with counsel for Rafizi who proposed the good behaviour bond, says lawyer N Sivananthan.

1MDB audit report no longer an official secret

Auditor-General says executive summary of 1MDB audit report is now available on the National Audit Department website.

SPAN wants report on accident which delayed water supply

National Water Services Commission chief Liang Teck Meng gives Splash until March 23 to submit audit report on surge vessel system burst at treatment plant.

Azmin cannot see A-G’s 1MDB report, court rules

High Court rules both Azmin Ali and PPBM member Zahid Md Arip have no legal right to ask for a declassification of the auditor-general’s report on 1MDB which was classified under the Official Secrets Act.

A-G’s report: Not enough general welfare assistance given in Sabah

The Sabah government should give welfare assistance to more applicants who qualify for it, says the report.

A-G: RM163m injection for Sabah ports not part of privatisation deal

Auditor-General recommends that matter be referred to the state government or state infrastructure development ministry to avoid future disputes.

A-G’s Report: RM142.75 mil for Skypark double-track not spent

The Auditor-General's Report 2016 says the allocation has not been returned to the transport ministry.

Rafizi’s OSA conviction, a ‘step backward’ says C4

C4 executive director Cynthia Gabriel says the Pandan MP was carrying out his duty to protect and uphold public interests by ensuring that transparency and accountability are upheld.

Rafizi fails to set aside OSA conviction over 1MDB audit expose

PKR vice-president Rafizi Ramli closer to 18-month jail term pending final appeal.

A-G’s Report: Melaka govt lost RM4.6 million in hotel venture

What was thought to be a profit-making sale of the strategically located MITC Hotel turned out to be exactly the opposite, according to the latest Auditor-General's Report.

Unqualified applicants given low-cost homes in Penang

Audit report states those who are truly qualified are still waiting for their houses.

Losses, bad debts in Putrajaya’s small business scheme, says audit report

Auditor-General's Report finds inherent weaknesses in organisation, with bad debts amounting to more than RM400 million.

Federal govt incurred RM38.4 billion deficit in 2016

The deficit was financed by internal and external loans of RM99.85 billion, which were used to repay existing debts and finance the Housing Loan Trust Fund.

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