Today's front pages - January 3, 2018

The following are the top stories in national newspapers today.

Times of Malta leads with the Democratic Party's warning that a Bill intended to fight domestic and gender-based violence would lead to the decriminalisation of abortion when there is informed consent. In another story, it says a very senior police officer resigned after press reports linking him to domestic violence and alcohol abuse, though no official reason was given.

In-Nazzjon says the officer’s resignation happened following its exclusive reports.

The Malta Independent says Malta has been chosen by The Associated Press as one of the top 10 places to visit in 2018, largely because Valletta is one of this year’s European Capitals of Culture.

L-Orizzont says that ALS sufferer Bjorn Formosa has shocked many with a New Year message saying that his end was near.

Malta Today promotes its own editorial which highlights the need for an Opposition in the country.


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