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WWW.MALTATODAY.COM.MT WEDNESDAY EDITION €1.00 WEDNESDAY • 17 JANUARY 2024 • ISSUE 876 • PUBLISHED EVERY WEDNESDAY AND SUNDAY EDITORIAL • PAGE 11 Heritage watchdog wants lower roof for Rialto project THE family of a man who died after he was tasered by the po- lice have filed a case against the Police Commissioner and the government's Principal Medical Officer, claiming civil damages for what they say is negligence, unskillfulness and failing to fol- low regulations by the officers and doctors involved in the fatal incident. 48-year-old Ronnie Ghiller died of a heart attack in May 2020, while being subdued by law en- forcement officers, who were re- sponding to a report of a distur- bance near his home in Żabbar. PAGE 5 THE heritage watchdog has warned that a proposal for a higher roof level on the Rialto Theatre in Bormla will impact urban views of the parish church. The Superintendence for Cultural Heritage is asking the developers to lower the height of a roof structure. It was reacting to photomontages presented by the developers of the Rialto, a building owned by the La- bour Party. PAGE 2 Family of fatally-tasered man seeks compensation from police, doctors JAMES DEBONO MATTHEW AGIUS Family of man who died after being tasered and tranquilised in 2020 is suing the police and medical authorities for negligence, lack of skill, and failure to follow regulations Cultural Heritage watchdog warns that pitched roof would impact on the 'perception' of Bormla's parish church and calls for retention of existing height Ronnie Ghiller, 48, died after being tasered and tranquilised by the police

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