Malta's newspapers review
A future Labour government should increase the spring hunting bird limit without consulting Brussels the FKNK said yesterday according to The Times. In another story it says that the police have interrogated several members of the Farrugia oil trading family.
Your five seconds on Saturday are crucial the Prime Minister said yesterday during a mass meeting in Gozo as quoted by The Malta Independent. In another story it reports that Malta leads EU in healthy life expectancy chart.
No EU funding for gas pipeline at the present time MaltaToday reports. It also features a story on a 'familiar' last-minute attack on AD leader.
L-Orizzont features prominently the lending by one of Zaren Vassallo's company's to the PN without being licensed by the MFSA. It also questions whether there is work at Lufthansa Technik beyond August.
In-Nazzjon leads with yesterday's PN mass meeting held in Gozo and the Prime Minister's call to vote for a government that is creating employment.