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TRUTH IS OF NO COLOUR WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT SUNDAY • 23 APRIL 2023 • ISSUE 1225 • PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY maltatoday → direct My investments, My way. Whether you are a pro in investing or just starting out, MeDirect provides the tools you need to put your money to work – safely, simply and on your own terms. MeDirect Bank (Malta) plc, is regulated by the Malta Financial Services Authority as a Credit Institution under the Banking Act 1994. Applications are subject to the Bank's lending criteria. Terms and conditions apply and are available on request. 2557 4400 PAGE 4 UN slams EU for Libya coastguard funding PAGES 10 & 11 Why have I been charged a €5 parcel processing fee? PAGES 6 & 7 Former MP Mario Galea on the need to enforce animal protection laws INTERVIEW MT2 Enforcement Migration MaltaPost Bully dogs MATTHEW VELLA AN illegal lottery that is run nationwide and was first flagged during the arrest of the Caruana Galizia assassination mid- dleman Melvin Theuma, is believed to be creaming off 30% of the legitimate mar- ket. Financial investigators who follow the comings-and-goings of this lucrative game told MaltaToday the players behind this illegal 'national' lottery, have inherit- ed the operation, or at least part of it, from Theuma himself. NICOLE MEILAK GOVERNMENT'S industrial parks agency is taking back the site at Corradino Industrial Es- tate where 20-year-old Jean Paul Sofia died last December after the building collapsed. INDIS Malta, the government company operating industrial parks, told MaltaToday that it has started court proceedings for the termination of the emphyteu- tical concession awarded to Kurt Buhagiar and his business part- ner Matthew Schembri. Buhagiar is a Lands Authority official. The concession concerns a plot of government land at Corradi- no on which the two were set to build a factory. INDIS terminating concession on construction site where Jean Paul Sofia died Illegal parallel lotto estimated at €10 million Investigators say millions in cash ends up being laundered in sectors where cash is king, like construction Auditor General flags shortcomings in university Campus Hub tender PAGES 2-3 PAGE 2 €1.95 The uneasy relationship between humans and pitbulls PAGES 10 & 11

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