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What the Sunday papers say… Malta Today – Notwithstanding the fact that the Malta Environment and Planning Authority (MEPA) turned down plans in January 2012 for a substation to cater for the illegally-constructed boathouses in Armier, Enemalta is now considering the construvtion of such a substation. Its supply customers will include the hundreds of squatters who inhabit the illegal shantytown at Armier Bay. In other news, environmental company Ecoserv is being paid €116,230 by government to see how many turtledoves and common quail fly over Malta during the upcoming autumn season. Sister newspaper Illum – Defence lawyer Arthur Azzopardi expresses his belief that the legal system by which a police inspector can, without any further consultation from his or her superiors, instigate legal proceedings against an accused must be changed. Azzopardi, who himself is representing a client he believes is wrongly being charged with paedophilia, says that the system is flawed as a decision on the part of the inspector to not follow up the case will, in turn, see the inspector him/herself investigated. The Sunday Times – Tests have revealed that the concrete structures over Mater Dei Hospital’s accident and emergency department are so weak in certain areas that they would not be able to withstand the weight of two planned medical wards. The Malta Independent on Sunday – With the autumn hunting season to be officially opened tomorrow, hunters in Gozo have been busy illegally laying concrete, building more hunting and trapping hides and torching land at Ras il-Wardija – an area designated as a Special Area of Conservation. It-Torca – Despite the PN’s claim yesterday that, under no circumstances, should local council elections should be cancelled, in 2005 four Nationalist candidates withdrew their candidature and the elections in the localities of Zejtun and Marsa were cancelled that year. Il-Mument – In yesterday’s press conference at the PN headquarters, party secretary general Chris Said said that the Nationalist Party had always been the party which placed democratic principles at the top of its agenda. Said made these comments amidst talk of government postponing next year’s local council elections to 2019. Kullhadd – Bormla mayor Alsion Zerafa Civelli said that the completion of Dock Number 1 could be the start of a renovation process in the southern village. Zerafa Civelli said that Bormla had the potential to become one of Malta’s most beautiful towns.