The following are the main stories in Friday’s newspapers.

Times of Malta says the mysterious disappearance and gruesome murder of an accountant whose clients were involved in shady property dealings 37 years ago resurfaced on Thursday when his wife and son asked the court for compensation. In another story, the newspaper says researchers have concluded it was “unlikely” Malta would manage to slash the early school-leavers’ rate to 10% in line with the European Union’s 2020 targets.

The Malta Independent quotes economist Gordon Cordina saying that employment sustainability required the right economic balance.

L-Orizzont leads with a story on Ryanair’s new winter routes.

In-Nazzjon says the increase in population was not leading to an increase in business for small shops.


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