Today's front pages - September 14, 2018

Today's front pages - September 14, 2018

What's making headlines in local newspapers

These are the leading stories in local newspapers this Friday.

The Times of Malta reports on the confrontation between police and protesters at the Planning Authority on Thursday, in which people protesting a fuel station application hearing were dragged out of the building by police officers.

The newspaper also reports that people suffering chronic pain are being made to endure it for at least one month before they receive treatment.

The Malta Independent also reports on the PA protest, with Moviment Graffiti activist Andre Callus telling the newspaper that civil disobedience “is an important part of democracy”.

The newspaper also highlights how there are signs of homeless people living at the abandoned White Rocks complex.

L-Orizzont carries a safety warning from an expert diver, saying people who practice the sport should always have a partner in the water with them at all times.

The newspaper also gives prominence to the Prime Minister’s pledge to make a beefed up police presence in Marsa and Ħamrun permanent.

In-Nazzjon features a photo of a protester being dragged by multiple officers and writes that despite its promises to revise a controverial fuel station policy, this has not happened.

The newspaper also cites PN secretary general Clyde Puli, who said that the government’s lack of a plan for immigration could bring about economic collapse, and reports on party leader Adrian Delia’s meeting with hunting lobby FKNK.

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