The Malta Independent seeks Jason Azzopardi’s reaction after PN Leader Adrian Delia told the press he will not ‘waste any more time’ on the MP’s posts. Azzopardi said he would speak in the ‘proper fora.’
The Times says that the PN Gozo committee is challenging Jean Pierre Debono’s co-option to the parliamentary seat by the party executive. In a letter asking for the decision to be declared null the committee says the vote breached the party statute.
L-Orizzont speaks to Jean Pierre Debono after his co-option to parliament. The MP said this was not an issue of pitting District 7 against District 13.
President Donald Trump on Monday heads to the UK for a state visit that includes the commemorate the 75th anniversary of D-Day. Continue Reading
The Times reports on a case against a tourist boat operator by the parents of a teenager who lost his life in 2017 after jumping off board. The family argues that the company is guilty of negligence.
Italy’s transport minister Danilo Toninelli has called for cruise ships to be banned from using the Giudecca Canal in Venice. Continue Reading
The Malta Independent speaks to the founder of new NGO Futur Ambjent Wieħed, Claire Bonello. The environmental advocacy organisation will provide professional assistance relating to the environment and development to other NGOs.
L-Orizzont quotes Prime Minister Joseph Muscat who said that the next budget will provide for increases in pensions and student stipends. Muscat was addressing a political event to celebrate the PL’s success in the MEP and Local Council elections.
In-Nazzjon says that Roberta Metsola has been named the PN’s Head of Delegation in European Parliament after an announcement by party leader Adrian Delia on Sunday. Delia said the PN will remain a strong voice in Europe for Malta and Gozo.
In another story L-Orizzont reviews INK, a project promoting the inclusion of persons with disability in the workplace.
In-Nazzjon covers a ‘warm welcome’ of athletes representing Malta in the Small States Games in Montenegro. The delegation won 27 medals – 6 gold, 12 silver, and 9 bronze.