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FRESH. FROZEN. FABULOUS. You're done in one at Miracle Foods. WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT WEDNESDAY EDITION €1.00 WEDNESDAY • 4 MARCH 2020 • ISSUE 677 • PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY EDITORIAL • PAGE 9 ANALYSIS And the construction machine keeps bulldozing on… Maghtab expansion: the race against time Nadur residents shocked as new owners register their homes RAPHAEL VASSALLO PAGE 11 PAGES 6 & 7 PAGE 5 Six arrested over fatal Hamrun building collapse KURT SANSONE SIX persons have been held un- der arrest in connection with the Santa Venera collapse that killed 54-year-old Miriam Pace. The building collapsed yes- terday on Triq Joseph Abela Scolaro at 2:15pm. Pace was found later in the night by CPD rescuers at 10pm. The six men arrested are the neighbouring project's site technical officer, the project architect, two employees and two contractors, hired by the developer in charge of the pro- ject. They were taken in for ques- tioning at the Hamrun police station. PAGE 3 PAGE 5 Tumuluri's €5 million: 'I did not take bonus' Former Vitals boss said that although he was entitled to €5 million bonus, he did not take payment MATTHEW VELLA THE one-time chief executive officer of Vitals Global Healthcare, Canadian national Ram Tu- muluri, has told MaltaToday he did not cash a €5 million bonus that he was entitled to on his third year at the helm of the hospitals' concessionaire. A silent vigil was held last night in memory of Miriam Pace •SEE BACK PAGE Ram Tumuluri

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