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News Paper Headlines 

The Malta Independent reveals that a meeting by the PN’s parliamentary group yesterday was not concluded and will continue today.

The Times says that construction operator Joseph Portelli went ahead with the assembly of an illegal batching plant in Kerċem after the Planning Authority issued an enforcement order.

The Malta Independent speaks to Finance Minister Edward Scicluna about lack of prosecution by police on financial crimes reported by the FIAU.

The Times quotes a post-election report by Moviment Żgħażagħ Partit Nazzjonalista presented to party secretary general Clyde Puli.

L-Orizzont reports on the inauguration of the first of 22 medicine-distribution robots at Mater Dei hospital.

In-Nazzjon speaks to Margaret Smith, whose apartment in Mellieħa collapsed on Saturday.

L-Orizzont follows the social media debate about the Union of Teachers’ directive against holding Maltese and mathematics exams.

In-Nazzjon quotes new Opposition MP Kevin Cutajar after taking his oath in the House.

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