These are the main stories featured in Saturday’s newspapers.
Times of Malta reports that parents will be given a “logistical solution” fortheir children this weekend, ahead of a planned nationwide teachers’ strike on Monday. It also says that data showing that 27 people were reportedly sleeping rough over the past five years is a far cry from reality.
In-Nazzjon reports that a court of appeal had confirmed that Deputy Police Commissioner Silvio Valletta had a conflict of interest by being appointed to head investigations into the murder of Daphne Caruana Galizia.
The Malta Independent says the government had withdrawn controversial amendments in a final appeal to the teachers’ union.
L-orizzont quotes the General Workers Union addressing the extraordinary general congress marking the 75th anniversary of the union.