Malta: Planning Authority chastised for preferential treatment

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The Times reports that the Planning Authority was ordered to compensate the original owners of a site in Luqa pointing to preferential treatment when their application for a garden centre was rejected only to later allow a supermarket to be built on the land. Read more:

Another story says that Prime Minister Robert Abela omitted his income from his asset declaration for last year, the only MP to fail to do so. Abela said that his income was in accordance with his tax returns, which were not tabled in parliament. Read more:

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