Muscat must step down, newly-created protest group insists

Repubblika members say PM's position is untenable

Fewer Maltese take antibiotics, but use is still high

Country registers third greatest drop in antibiotic use

Watch: 'Keith Schembri is not being investigated - I am stating facts' - Muscat

Prime Minister sticks to his guns on 17 Black investigation

Heroin trafficker's statements to police inadmissable, court finds

Acquittal could open a legal can of worms

Airport to get a luggage X-ray van

Customs gets approval for €300,000 machine

db Group urges Simon Busuttil to take his ITS claims to a magistrate

'We welcome scrutiny of ITS land transfer'

History students show poor command of English, Maltese

60% obtained pass mark

Government renegotiating aspects of hospitals deal

Discussions ongoing for more than a month

Today's front pages - November 21, 2018

The following are the main stories in Wednesday’s newspapers. Times of Malta says poor...

Talks in Tripoli by PM’s ‘special envoy’ that never was

Libyan government discusses 'synergies' with 'envoy'

Protect Sliema villa, Cultural Superintendence insists

'A property of undeniable architectural and historical value' under threat

Not all people enjoying the surplus, but all would suffer if Malta's reputation is harmed - Delia

Konrad Mizzi needs to explain direct order to his lawyer

Watch: I have confidence in Keith Schembri - Muscat

It is 17 Black that is being investigated, not the chief of staff, PM insists

Malta will continue to consider options on trapping of song birds - parliamentary secretary

Clint Camilleri stresses that former derogation will not be re-applied

Pembroke db Group project works halted until appeal is decided

Appeals tribunal upholds request by local councils and NGOs for suspension

Paqpaqli: Lawyers ask why track designers were not arraigned

Compilation of evidence against driver, organisers continues

1,963 foreigners found working without a permit in nine months

27,636 work permit applications from third-country nationals

Konrad Mizzi’s lawyers appointed on ‘his’ boards

Mifsud Bonnici firm received more than €200,000 worth of direct orders

10 years on, employee wins €90,374 compensation for unfair dismissal

Compensation includes loss of earnings since his new job yields a lower salary

Support worker accused of sexual acts with underage girls

Remanded in custody after pleading not guilty