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Today's front pages - September 15

These are the main stories featured in Saturday's newspapers:

Times of Malta reports Malta has the biggest number of public route buses in the EU in relation to its population, according to official statistics. It also reports that the Police Board was expected to determine whether officers used excessive force when handling a group of protesters on Thursday.

L-orizzont reviews the one year since Adrian Delia was elected as leader of the Nationalist Party with 'analysts' describing the PN as a divided party with a weak leadership.

In-Nazzjon reports Dr Delia hailing the start of Independence Day celebrations as a feast which should unite the country. It also reports concerns about the upcoming free school transport service. 

The Malta Independent says private schools were asking parents to cover the cost of school transport supervisors. It also reports the launch of a new strategy to focus on mainstreaming of LGBTIQ rights within society. 

 

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