Newfoundland and Labrador auditor general (AG) Terry Paddon presented his office’s review of the province’s latest financial statement on Jan. 17.
The following week, on Jan. 23, came a report on the AG’s look into government departments, targeting topics including: Eastern Health spending, waste management, fines collection, cranberry industry support, oil royalty audits.
The AG said he is planning to release a second report of findings from his staff’s review of government departments later this spring.
Each report has led to multiple stories related to government finances and government spending. Presentd here is the collection to date.
- See our report
- Flight info gaps risk abuse of system: AG
- Cheers & Jeers
- Hardly a record to brag about
- Blood and turnip
- Outstanding fines problem getting worse, auditor general says
- ATVs, snowmobiles, campers found in government hangar
- Add auditors or risk missing oil royalties
- AG points out low uptake in cranberry farm acreage
- AG questions overtime, finance, staffing issues at Eastern Health
- Waste-management strategy not a waste, states province
- Bridges in worse shape than ever
- Oil money potentially being lost with delayed auditing: AG
- Auditor general targets Eastern Health finances in latest report
- NL auditor general reports on government departments
- Coming up short
- Province needs to account for contaminated sites
- AG raises concerns about pensions, oil revenue
- AG cautions province to be fiscally prudent
- - October 24, 2016
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