Today's front pages: August 31, 2018

These are the stories on the front pages of the local newspapers:

The Times of Malta reminds everyone about the sightseeing bus tragedy, saying that nothing has happened since that day. It also carries a follow-up to the revelation about the flawed procedures used in connection with Malta's participation in the Venice Biennale, saying that this was now in the balance.

In The Malta Independent, NGO BirdLife is quoted warning that 2018 could turn out to be the worst year ever for illegal hunting. It also reports that Chadwick Lakes is to be restored to its former state.

In-Nazzjon reports on the rising cost of living, and on more court action being taken against reporter Karl Stagno Navarra for debts.

L-Orizzont features an interview with the head of the nurses and midwives union, in which she says that more nurses are a good first step to solving the problems. It also reports that children should have physical activity as part of their routine.


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