Today's front pages - January 8, 2019
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Today's front pages - January 8, 2019

The front pages in Malta's newspapers

The following are the top stories in Malta's newspapers on Tuesday.

Times of Malta reports that senior Nationalist Party officials expressed “shock” at various leaks from the personal mobile phone of their embattled party leader Adrian Delia showing attempts by Dr Delia last August to strike a financial deal for the party, using its loan scheme known as ċedoli.

The newspaper also reports that Marsaxlokk hawkers are dead set against the imposition of a 3pm closing time.  

The Malta Independent quotes Adrian Delia saying he has no intention to resign. It also reports that the European Union is coordinating efforts for a distribution of migrants stranded on and near Malta.

l-orizzont says the government is considering offering surgeries to trans people. It also says that attacks on the Occupy Justice group have divided the PN. 

In-Nazzjon focuses on a bad reputation Malta is gaining abroad, blaming it on the Joseph Muscat government. It also reports how a man is undergoing trial for allegedly raping his cousin. 

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