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TRUTH IS OF NO COLOUR WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT SUNDAY • 16 APRIL 2023 • ISSUE 1224 • PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY *Oer is valid for a limited time only. T&Cs apply. → direct discretionary portfolio management 2557 4400 An investment service that acts in your best interest at all times. Partners with Expert service, accessible from €2,000 MeDirect Bank (Malta) plc, company registration number C34125, is licensed to undertake the business of banking in terms of the Banking Act (Cap. 371) and investment services under the Investment Services Act (Cap. 370). MeDirect Bank (Malta) plc is regulated by the Malta Financial Services Authority as a Credit Institution under the Banking Act 1994. PAGE 2 PAGE 4 A new way of 'travelling' to the scene of the crime PAGES 14 & 15 Germany copies Malta and adopts no profit 'cannabis clubs' model PAGE 3 Cannabis clubs Virtual CSI Immigration MATTHEW AGIUS NO charges have yet been filed against a prison warder suspected of stealing al- most €10,000 from an inmate, despite the recommendations of a magisterial inquiry. According to the findings of the in- quiry seen by MaltaToday, the cash went missing after the inmate surrendered his belongings for safekeeping upon entry into prison. The magisterial inquiry concluded in December 2022 recommended police investigate the warder to whom the cash was surrendered, indicating him as the prime suspect for "aggravated theft". However, according to the police the findings of the inquiry were "inconclu- sive" and investigations were still ongo- ing. "A magisterial inquiry has been con- cluded, which however was inconclu- sive. Police investigations are still ongo- ing," a spokesperson for the police force told MaltaToday when asked whether the warder was charged. KURT SANSONE NURSES and midwives could expect a yearly in- crease in their take home pay of €6,000 by the end of the sectoral agreement pro- posed by the government. Ministers Chris Fearne and Jo Etienne Abela, writing in MaltaToday (MT2 page 7), say the government propos- als place nurses "amongst the top-two tiers" for total take home pay. This is the first time the ministers responsible for health and the elderly re- spectively have spoken publicly about details of government's proposals rejected by the nurses' union. Ministers break silence on nurses' dispute: 'Take home pay will increase by €6,000' No charges yet against prison official suspected of stealing €9,600 from inmate maltatoday Mark Micallef says focus should be on smugglers INTERVIEW MT2 PAGES 8 & 9 Fibromyalgia A body in constant pain PAGES 6 & 7 €1.95

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