These are the main stories featured in Saturday's newspapers:

Times of Malta reports that the remains of what appears to be a medieval church have been unearthed in a Sannat field during works related to the construction of a
block of apartments. It also reports that architects who have taken it upon themselves to rewrite the rules governing the sector said construction laws were often incoherent, outdated or jarred with other regulations.

L-Orizzont says the fourth Gozo Channel ferry would soon be introduced to service the two islands. It also reports on the development of a therapeutic centre for adolescents suffering from drug addiction. 

In-Nazzjon says the electorate had been forbidden from following a debate between the two main political leaders on Xarabank after Joseph Muscat refused to take part. It also reports that a tax proposed by the European Socialists would threaten jobs and investment in Malta. 

The Malta Independent quotes Birdlife Malta saying the spring hunting season had served as an "open-season" on the red-listed turtle dove. It also reports that the Cabinet had approved the Cottonera plan. 



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