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TRUTH IS OF NO COLOUR WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT PAGES 10-11 SUNDAY • 17 JULY 2022 • ISSUE 1185 • PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY maltatoday RONALD SULTANA Arrest warrants for Pilatus owner Ali Sadr KURT SANSONE FOOD delivery by courier may have ballooned during the pan- demic but almost half of the population does not use this service, a MaltaToday survey shows. Despite the popular impression that 'everyone' is into this rela- tively new trend, 48.2% of people say they never made use of food delivery services. As expected, this cohort is largely made up of pensioners (65+) and those aged between 51 and 65. And a breakdown of results shows that among the young, a significant relative majority of 44.4% are willing to spend €30 when eating out, while higher spending power is evident only among those aged between 36 and 50. €1.95 Food delivery and eating out: survey shows where spending power lies MaltaToday Survey PAGE 2 WE'RE RECRUITING! JOIN OUR TEAM WE CAN HELP YOU SUCCEED FLEXIBILITY. GOOD INCOME. CONSTANT SUPPORT. MATTHEW VELLA INTERNATIONAL arrest war- rants for Pilatus owner Ali Sadr Hasheminejad (pictured) and other banking directors were issued by the Maltese police through Interpol at the end of January 2022. But a difficult waiting game is at hand in a bid by the police to have Hashem- inejad, believed to be in the United States of America, ex- tradited. MaltaToday is informed the IAWs were despatched to American justice counterparts in early 2022, requesting the extradition of Hasheminejad to Malta to answer on possible charges, yet to be filed, for fa- cilitating large volumes of sus- picious transactions that could have criminal origins. The IAWs were still issued late in the day, despite being signed by Magistrate Ian Farru- gia in March 2021 on the back of a 600,000 page, €7.5 million magisterial inquiry into the shuttered private bank. IAWs for Ali Sadr Hasheminejad sent to United States in early 2022 but Pilatus owner yet to be located in difficult extradition case A PRECIOUS RESOURCE GONE TO WASTE A new report says it is time to rediscover rainwater harvesting 14-15 Malta is paying a high price for its educational 'apartheid' culture MT 2 Interview 'Stupid to cap visitors to island' says tourist cruise owner as pressure mounts to conserve island PAGE 4 CAPTAIN MORGAN OWNER ON COMINO

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