The Times leads with Maltese banks preferring zero-interest 'safe haven' than financial gambling and play it safe in euro crisis. It also reports on a bid to open the scenic site of is-Simblija after the EU funded restoration project completed 10 years ago remains unaccessible to the pulic.
The Malta Independent quotes Prime Minister, Lawrence Gonzi, who yesterday said that unemployment would rise under Labour. It also reports that PL Leader, Joseph Muscat, yesterday hosted a Google hangout video conference during which seven people fielded him questions.
l-Orizzont leads with EU Commissioner, John Dalli, dismissing accusations levelled at him by GRTU director general, Vince Farrugia, as stupidities. It also reports that the tuna for yesterday's tuna fest at Marsaxlokk was from fish farms as fishermen complained on the constant lowering on catches quota.
in-Nazzjon leads with the declaration that Labour would mean unemployment.