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Today's front pages - September 5, 2018

The top stories in Malta's newspapers

Good morning, the following are the top stories in Malta's newspapers. 

Times of Malta reports official data showing that food and drink prices rose 70 per cent since the year 2000. It also gives details about the missing diver found dead on Tuesday.

The Malta Independent says a timeshare operator accused of defrauding clients was never licensed by the Tourism Authority.

MaltaToday leads with the recovery of the dead body of a diver missing at sea. It also reports how a blind man was assaulted when he asked for a seat on a bus.

In-Nazzjon reports that a worker who was injured while cutting weeds is seeking compensation of €500,000 from the Labour mayor of Qala, who was also involved in the incident. The newspaper also reports about pressure on a warden to ensure that a woman is not found guilty of traffic contraventions before a tribunal.

l-orizzont says two cases of human trafficking were investigated in Malta in six months. It quotes Parliamentary Secretary Julia Farrugia saying that no exploitation would be tolerated. 

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