These are the stories which made it to the front pages of Friday's newspapers:

Michela Pace's performance got her through to the Eurovision final, with a photo on the front page of the Times of Malta. It also reported on the fact that the Air Malta Injustices Board would be reconvened to deal with more cases. The newspaper also says that a taxi-driver has been charged with setting the Floriana feast arch on fire.

In-Nazzjon also gives the Eurovision semi-final prominence and also reports of PN leader's electoral campaign meeting, during which he reassured that the party would defend the country's right to set its own tax regime.

The Malta Independent focuses on the debate between MEP candidates Frank Psaila and Cyrus Engerer, as well as on the mugging of a Sliema pensioner.

L-Orizzont leads with a promise by the Justice Commissioner to help drug-users, as well as by the regeneration of social housing in Valletta.


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