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MALTATODAY 28 August 2019 Midweek

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JAMES DEBONO PEMBROKE and St Julian's are next in line for a major makeover of the road infra- structure network, in the ab- sence of which major high- rise developments planned or taking place in the area would develop nightmarish gridlocks on Maltese roads. The details and plans con- nected to the new applica- tion (6089/19), presented a month ago, are still not available to the public as the application is still deemed to be "incomplete" – terminol- ogy employed by the Plan- ning Authority to justify its obscuration on its geoserver web- site. WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT WEDNESDAY EDITION €1.00 Newspaper post WEDNESDAY • 28 AUGUST 2019 • ISSUE 652 • PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY EDITORIAL • PAGE 9 Reduction in poverty as a result of past budget measures, minister says Air Malta sues pilots' union over 'illegal' industrial action PRE-BUDGET DOCUMENT PILOTS' STRIKE PAGE 4 PAGE 3 ...SUPERMARKET AT DANIEL'S SHOPPING MALL (LEVEL -1) MONDAY TO SATURDAY 8 AM - 9 PM SUNDAY 8 AM - 6 PM (114, ST. JOSEPH HIGH STREET, HAMRUN) FREE PARKING AVAILABLE (ACCESS THROUGH PATRI MAGRI STREET) PAGE 6 Paceville road plans unveiled in latest ghost application Plans presented to the Planning Authority unavailable to the public but site suggests road-widening between Coast Road and St Andrews, with links to St George's Bay tunnel Illustrations indicate a major makeover of the road infrastructure network PAGE 2 Malta refuses entry to NGO rescue vessel with 100 migrants on board The Maltese government said that it was not the competent authority given that the rescue had taken place within the Libyan search and rescue region The vessel Eleonore is operated by the NGO Lifeline

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