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WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT WEDNESDAY EDITION €1.00 WEDNESDAY • 2 AUGUST 2023 • ISSUE 854 • PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY EDITORIAL • PAGE 11 PAGE 3 PAGE 5 St George's FC yet to inform MFA of new president with criminal past MATTHEW VELLA THE Court of Appeal has confirmed the rejection of an appeal by the developers in the ongoing saga at Ħondoq ir-Rummien in Gozo. After 22 years, the Appeals Court upheld the Environ- ment and Planning Review Tribunal's reconfirmed rejec- tion from the Planning Au- thority board of the Ħondoq ir-Rummien project. The environmental tussle pitted environmentalists and locality mayor Paul Buttigieg against developers who want- ed to turn a disused quarry into a mega development – a veritable new village located outside development zones. The Appeals Court also con- firmed that Buttigieg's inclu- sion in the planning appeal had not constituted a conflict of interest. KARL AZZOPARDI THE election of Stephen Vaughan Jr as president of St George's FC in Malta's third tier football league has raised eyebrows because of the man's controversial past. Vaughan Jr was convicted in 2016 in the UK of perverting the course of justice in relation to the murder of Neil Doyle, a Liverpool police constable. Environmentalists celebrate the Appeals Court decision to uphold a planning appeals tribunal's rejection of the controversial Ħondoq ir-Rummien marina project After 22 long years court declares Hondoq project dead Electricity Malta seeks extension of EU exemption Stephen Vaughan Jr announced as new St George's FC club president PAGE 7

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