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SUNDAY • 7 NOVEMBER 2021 • ISSUE 1149 • PUBLISHED SUNDAY AND WEDNESDAY maltatoday INVESTIGATION WOMEN NOT BEING SERVED TRUTH IS OF NO COLOUR WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT Laura Calleja canvasses Maltese pharmacies to find out where the morning-after pill is not stocked on Sundays and holidays PAGES 12-13 Grech's trust up as Labour support is unchanged PAGE 3 Fishers irked at tuna owner's agency service to Tunisians €1.95 KURT SANSONE SUPPORT for the Labour Party remains unchanged at 43.3% but the Nationalist Party climbs by almost three points to 29.8%, in MaltaToday's November survey. And Robert Abela's trust rat- ing at 48.9% remains relatively unchanged in MaltaToday's No- vember survey, while Bernard Grech experiences a two-point increase with a rating of 28%. The survey shows the trust gap between the leaders now stands at 21 points, a decrease of two points since last month. Abela's decline by an insignif- icant 0.3 points still leaves him well ahead of the Nationalist Party leader across all age groups and all regions bar one. His rating among voters aged 16-35 runs at 40.7%, a 26-point advantage over Grech, who scores a lowly 14.9% among young voters. PAGES 10-11 In week of Budget debates, both Bernard Grech's trust and the PN's voting numbers register an upwards trajectory CLIMATE CHALLENGE Lampuki wars K ARL AZZOPARDI FINES issued against two Tu- nisian vessels caught fishing in Malta's territorial waters were paid by a Maltese fish- ing company, MaltaToday has learnt. Tunisian-flagged vessels Mohammed Yahia and Aya- tou Allah were charged with fishing in Maltese waters without the necessary licence, and were handed a fine of €10,000 each. But the local fishing com- munity affected by Tunisian poachers is irked that a ship- ping agency owned by a tuna industry player, serviced the shipping owners back in Tu- nisia to pay the court fines. The agency, Travelways In- ternational, is owned by Medi- na Ridge Holdings, which in turn is owned by Emanuel Az- zopardi and Joseph Caruana. Stefano Moncada explains where Malta is lagging behind on the climate MT2 The playpen of democracy Why last week's PAC with Konrad Mizzi was a disaster MT2 Leader & Josanne Cassar Out comes the Gladiator... Russell Crowe revisits the Fort Ricasoli set while filming in Malta BACK GARETH DEGIORGIO MaltaToday Survey

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