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Today's front pages - May 5, 2018

The following are the top stories in national newspapers today.

Times of Malta says carbon dioxide emissions increased by almost 13 per cent in Malta last year, the highest rate when compared to all other EU states. In another story, it says Tourism Minister Konrad Mizzi’s father has been tasked with a government process to interview and select Air Malta employees wishing to find alternative employment within the public sector.

The Malta Independent says businesses associated with Blockchain were finding it difficult to open bank accounts in Malta.

L-Orizzont leads with Parliamentary Secretary Julia Farrugia Portelli’s reaction to her being called a ‘village escort’ by the Partit Demokratiku in the past days. The party has since apologised for its comments.

In-Nazzjon says the education authorities were ignoring the wishes of Gozitan educators and continuing with plans for a school block in Victoria to be transformed into a museum.

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