Wednesday Malta News Evening Roundup
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Good evening,

These are the main news from Malta’s main news portals.

The blood-covered body of a Dutch woman found murdered on a Sta Venera street in August had been unrecognisable, necessitating other means of identification by investigators, a court was told on Wednesday. The Times

 

The Malta Financial Services Authority said today that there will be a controlled process for the return of Satabank customer deposits over a period of time. The decision was taken following consultations with the FIAU and the Central Bank of Malta and a further review of the position of the bank. The Malta Independent

 

Malta’s ‘attractiveness’ driven by corporate tax rules, national attractiveness survey finds. In a conference about the subject, Prime Minister Muscat said that Malta is to have Artificial Intelligence regulatory framework in a ‘few months’. Malta Today 

 

The plan to open a bigger Home for persons suffering from ALS and similar conditions has led to criticism by experts in the disability sector, among them Professor Andrew Azzopardi and the Commissioner for Persons with Disability, Oliver Scicluna.  TVM / Malta Independent 

 

A young, 24-year-old Colombian woman has been hospitalised after losing control of her bicycle and colliding with a tree in Burmarrad in an incident at about 15:10 in Triq Burmarrad. TVM

 

Families, friends and colleagues paid their tribute to Chris Marlin who lost his life tragically in a traffic accident in the night between Saturday and Sunday. The funeral was held in Ta’ Xbiex. Net News / iNews

 

The European Commission has warned that EU member states “need to do more to uphold and enforce the rule of law.” In its work programme for 2019, the Commission emphasised the importance of the rule of law which it described as “one of the Union’s values” which is essential for democracy and for the respect for fundamental rights. Shift News

 

PN MP Chris Said said that the Government was more concerned about who leaked information about Gozo General Hospital’s missing helicopter, than investigating and incident that led to the death of a Gozitan patient. He said that no employee of Gozo General Hospital was asked to testify during the case. Newsbook 

 

The controversy over an X Factor Malta singer’s comments on gay conversion has made it to Parliament, with Equality Minister Helena Dalli criticising TVM for allowing the interview to be aired in the first place. LovinMalta 

 

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