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TRUTH IS OF NO COLOUR WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT SUNDAY • 4 SEPTEMBER 2022 • ISSUE 1192 • PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY maltatoday The fight for respect Joseph Portelli plans 14-storey hotel for top part of seaside village PAGE 9 Lonelier are those with no sense of belonging to their village PAGE 11 Loneliness Xlendi KARL AZZOPARDI A former regional enforcement officer at the Local Enforcement Agency (LESA), has been trans- ferred to the Transport Malta enforcement unit, despite facing a number of investigations con- nected to his previous role. The individual in question is facing disciplinary proceedings after having deleted a number of contraventions issued to pol- iticians, their aides, business people and former top LESA of- ficials from the agency's system. The deleted contraventions range from exceeding the speed limit, to parking on double yel- low lines. According to a Times of Mal- ta report published last De- cember, the senior employee would mark them "cancelled", "withdrawn" or "not guilty". PAGE 4 LESA officer who deleted contraventions gets TM transfer €1.95 LESA official who deleted contraventions gets transferred to Transport Malta enforcement unit while still facing internal probe, court proceedings over data protection breach, and even sexual harassment complaints Overworked, burnt out and harassed The study that paints a bleak picture of young, women doctors facing sexual harassment and burnout early into their medical career PAGE 2-3 Malta Union of Teachers president Marco Bonnici INTERVIEW MT2 'Red October' hunt Americans send jets after Russian nuke sub in Malta- Sicily channel MATTHEW VELLA A Russian attack submarine or cruise missile submarine is believed to be operating in the waters between Malta and Sic- ily, according to a naval intelli- gence publication. "It is unclear how long the submarine has been operating there," Naval News reported yesterday. "The most straightforward explanation is that it deployed there to replace the Slava class cruiser Marshal Ustinov which left the Mediterranean on Au- gust 24. While Ustinov is sail- ing provocatively between the United Kingdom and Ireland, the submarine may have slipped into the Med." PAGE 5 P8 Boeing jets circle near Malta to pick up traces of Russian submarine

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