MaltaToday print edition: Illegal gambling, bully dogs and your parcel charge

Get your MaltaToday print edition on Sunday for a mixed read of incisive news stories, intriguing conversations, culture and more

Malta may have made an international industry from its gambling habit but running parallel to the legal operations is an underground lottery network.

On MaltaToday’s print edition on Sunday, Matthew Vella lifts the lid on this illegal operation that involves millions of euros.

Nicole Meilak reports on what happened to the site where Jean Paul Sofia died tragically in a building collapse last year, while James Debono reproduces the findings of the Auditor General’s latest investigation involving the University of Malta.

Karl Azzopardi digs deeper into the controversy on bully dogs and their relationship with humans, while Marianna Calleja follows up on the fibromyalgia disability debate.

And if you are perplexed by a new €5 charge on your parcels, Paul Cocks has all the answers.

All this and much more to read in Sunday’s print edition of MaltaToday. Don’t forget to pick up your copy from your favourite newsagent.