In the Press: Air Malta update safety policies following Germanwings tragedy

Stories from today's national press. 

The Times of Malta

Air Malta has made it compulsory to have two crew members in the cockpit at the same time. The security decision made following Wednesday’s Germanwings tragedy in which a co-pilot reportedly locked the captain out of the cockpit before crashing the plane into the Alps, killing all 150 people on board.

In-Nazzjon

Paul Sheehan, the ex-driver of former minister Manuel Mallia, has broken several of his bail conditions. He did not sign in at a police station on one occasion, and signed in late on another occasion.

L-Orizzont

Mosta mayor Shirley Farrugia has refused to respond to questions about a 2012 report on the state of Mosta’s roads that was carried out by MP&DC, a company owned by her husband. 

The Malta Independent

A court heard how Erin Tanti, the drama teacher accused of murdering 15-year-old Lisa Marie Zahra, suffered injuries compatible to a fall from a height. 

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