Today's front pages - March 14

The following are the top stories in national newspapers today.

Times of Malta quotes the Church’s Environment Commission saying that bizarre development decisions raised doubts about the running of the planning and environment watchdogs. In another story, it says MP Glenn Bedingfield could have risked being unseated when he was engaged as parliamentary questions coordinator at the Prime Minister’s Office.

The Malta Independent says that Zach Meli did not fall to the ground when he was punched during an interaction in Paceville.

Malta Today says the Gżira council and the MIDI consortium are set to sign a Manoel Island guardianship agreement.

In-Nazzjon leads with Opposition leader Adrian Delia’s visit to the Grand Harbour Marina in Vittoriosa.

L-Orizzont speaks to Paceville establishment owner Philip Fenech who stresses the need for the entertainment hub to be managed better.


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