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Today's front pages

The following are the top stories in national newspapers today.

Times of Malta quotes MUT president Marco Bonnici threatening industrial action as he says that the education system is in an unprecedented critical situation that needs to be addressed urgently. In another story, the newspaper says PN whip David Agius seems resolute in his deputy leadership ambitions, risking derailing a plan to have Chris Said be Adrian Delia’s second in command in a bid to reunite the party.

In-Nazzjon says that university students have been asked to teach due to a shortage of teachers.

The Malta Independent quotes Transport Minister Joe Mizzi saying that discussions with the pilotss’ union were well underway.

L-Orizzont says €8.1 million are being invested in sports projects.

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