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TRUTH IS OF NO COLOUR WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT SUNDAY • 18 SEPTEMBER 2022 • ISSUE 1194 • PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY maltatoday Collective responsibility Refugee Council demands inquiry into tragic death of young girl BACK Transport Malta backlog as investigations into scandal continue PAGE 4 Licensing WE'RE RECRUITING! JOIN OUR TEAM WE CAN HELP YOU SUCCEED franksalt.com.mt/befrank FLEXIBILITY. GOOD INCOME. CONSTANT SUPPORT. Loujin JAMES DEBONO THE Planning Authority is set to approve plans which give the coun- try space to deposit 850,000 cubic metres of waste by increasing the height of the Għallis engineered landfill. In a race against time be- fore a new incinerator starts func- tioning, this will give Malta a res- pite of an additional two years in preparing for the infrastructure to address the waste problem. A Planning Authority case of- ficer, recommending approval for the increased heights, describes "the limited void space" available at Għallis's non-hazardous landfill as "the most significant waste man- agement issue at the national level". €1.95 Absolute majority don't want women sent to prison for abortion KURT SANSONE AN absolute majority of people believe that women who have an abortion should not be sent to prison, according to a MaltaTo- day-Polar survey. The findings show that 53.3% of people, up from 46.9% last year, disagree that women who terminate their pregnan- cy should be liable to a prison sentence of up to three years. Maltese law criminalises abortion without exception. A woman can be imprisoned for up to three years, while the medical practitioner carrying out the abortion can be jailed for up to four years and lose their warrant. PAGES 2-3 OHSA chief executive Mark Gauci INTERVIEW MT2 MaltaToday Survey Race against time: new Maghtab 'hill' needed to avoid waste crisis PAGES 8-9 Police financial crimes department could lose top investigator as Alexandra Mamo goes out on long leave PAGE 4 EAW investigation: official ignored three reminders

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