These are the headlines from Malta’s Newspapers:
The Times leads with the discovery of historical remains of varying degrees of value on the site of the tunnel under development in Santa Luċija. Infrastructure Malta said that the ruins are being preserved for future studies.
The Independent reports unrest at the migrant detention centre in Safi on Monday as several migrants brandished posters demanding ‘freedom’ and ‘justice’. Mattresses were also set on fire in a sign of protest.
L-Orizzont says that the court decision about the future of the former Paloma Hotel in Buġibba will be made today. The Health Services Department ordered the closure of the property after a raid by the police in August.
The Times says that 72 of the 86 primary school students who were enrolled in a 20-week emergency programme successfully reached the literacy level expected of children their age. The special programme was introduced for children who teachers felt were falling behind.
The Independent says that an enforcement notice on the Montekristo development in Ħal Farruġ has been in suspension since 2010 after property owner Charles Polidano applied for the existing complex to be sanction by the Planning Authority.
L-Orizzont announces the launch of a new foundation to deal with cases of suicidal risk, today the World Day for Suicide Prevention. Founder Mark Xuereb said that the 30 to 40 people in Malta take their own lives every year.
In-Nazzjon covers an address by PN Leader Adrian Delia at the launch of a foundation to commemorate Fortunato and Nerik Mizzi. Delia said that the vision of the father and son evolved the country into a nation.
CiConsulta – Media Monitoring Service