Today's front pages
The following are the top stories in Malta's newspapers today.
Times of Malta reports that men have been filing 300 reports of domestic violence every year.
The Malta Independent says a mole in the PN's audio visual department who had been leaking information to Labour, gave himself away when he leaked information about the party's new website.
In-Nazzjon leads with a report on yesterday's address by Simon Busuttil, where he promised the 'change that the people want'. It also reports that relations between ministers Konrad Mizzi and Chris Fearne are deteriorating.
l-orizzont says the invoices issued by the PN to hide donations by the db Group were issued to Sky Gourmet, a db Group subsidiary which does not advertise, thus confirming that the invoices were fake.