Thursday July 9, 2020

SBP editorial: Project Eagle set to ruffle more feathers

6th March, 2016

Scandals rarely come gift-wrapped. Many take months, if not years, to form. It was this newspaper’s reporting of planning corruption that led to the establishment of what became known as the Flood tribunal.

It was not just one story, or one revelation, but many. Often, some of the stories were perceived as innocuous. But when it all came together, it was devastating.

Last week, the BBC Spotlight programme uncovered more evidence in relation...

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