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07/02/2012 - 21:11

Malta news: Clean-up operation

Malta news: Clean-up operation - Clean-up operation: Oil spilled at Wied il-Għasel cleaned up - Man threatened to burn down house during argument, court told -



Malta news: Clean-up operation
Clean-up operation: Oil spilled at Wied il-Għasel cleaned up
An oil spill which occurred in recent days in a section of Wied il-Għasel, has led to police investigations and a clean-up operation. The part of the valley in which the spill occurred is actually on the outskirts of Naxxar, close to St Catherine’s Chapel, the Ballut Blocks premises and a hard stone quarry. An oil spill which occurred in recent days has been discovered in a section of Wied il-Għasel, leading to police investigations and a clean-up operation. The oil spill was first publicised by a passer-by, who took footage of the spill and uploaded it on video-sharing website YouTube on Sunday, in a series of short clips titled ‘dumping of oil Mosta/Malta – shameless’. The part of the valley in which the spill occurred is actually on the outskirts of Naxxar, close to St Catherine’s Chapel, the Ballut Blocks premises and a hard stone quarry. The police were informed of the incident, and soon showed up on site to begin their investigations. Efforts to remove the spill began on Sunday afternoon, overseen by the Malta Environment and Planning Authority.(independent.com) A black tide in Malta is a disaster, because it is a beautiful island known for its payasages. This could slightly ash wood finish tourism.

Man threatened to burn down house during argument, court told
A 59-year-old man grabbed a can full of petrol, doused the roof of a house and threatened to burn the whole place down following an argument over the discovery of a spoon used to cook drugs, a court was told today. The man, Vincent Cassar from Żabbar got into the argument with his partner's son, Redent Thorton, on Sunday when he found a spoon which was used to cook drugs. In a rage, he went up to the roof where he threatened to set the house on fire, Police Inspector Robert Said Sarreo said. Mr Cassar is pleading not guilty to trying to set fire to the residence and trying to cause damage to the house. He also denied threatening Mr Thorton and his mother Maria.(timesofmalta.com) Triying to burn a house because they find a spoon that was used in the drug use is a slightly disproportionate reaction. Perhaps symptomatic of a serious mental sindrome.

Mellieha council denies responsibility in policeman's fatal accident
The Mellieha council and the mayor have denied any responsibility in the circumstances which led to the drowning of a young policeman at Cirkewwa on December 2. In a reply to a judicial letter filed by the policeman's heirs last week, in which they demanded compensation, the council said the allegations made in the letter were unfounded. It said the Cirkewwa quay and Gozo Channel operations were not the council's responsibility and it was clear that the quay was not even within the council's boundaries. PC Kurt Gauci, 21, from Victoria, wanted to catch the ferry to Gozo when he drove his dark green Hyundai Accent onto the wrong quay and plunged into the sea. The Gauci family claimed compensation from the Prime Minister, five ministers, the Attorney General, the Police Commissioner, the chairman of Gozo Channel, the mayor and councillors of Mellieħa and even the captain of the MV Ta' Pinu, which was operating at the time of the incident. Also brought into the judicial letter were police officers at the Mellieħa police station, the chairman and board members of Transport Malta, the Customs Comptroller as well as Polidano Group and Terracore Limited, which were carrying out works on the Ċirkewwa terminal project. The Gauci family said the named entities were responsible for the tragic death of their son and brother because of negligence and lack of observance of basic safety rules.
(timesofmalta.com) Why The police officer who was in the car did not see the end of the dock?

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