Today's front pages
These are the main stories featured in today's newspapers:
Times of Malta says the Institute of Tourism Studies in St George's Bay must be vacated this summer, but it is not yet known where students will attend classes
in the new academic year. The second story reports that the Nationalist Party filed a court case claiming that an investigation by the Electoral Commission into alleged
breaches of the party financing law was anti-constitutional.
In-Nazzjon reports that large sums of money had been transferred from Azerbaijan's president's daughter to three companies involved in the Panama Papers.
L-oriżżont says the Nationalist Party was silent on cooption claims. It also reports that the government would be providing further assistance to those who want to purchase homes.
The Malta Independent says UK applications for Maltese citizenship have doubled since the Brexit referendum. It also quotes the Education Minister lamenting about the lack of first aiders in state schools.