Good morning, the following are the top stories in Malta's newspapers on Sunday.

The Sunday Times of Malta reports how 62 lawyers have teamed up to save the Daphne Caruana Galizia memorial in Valletta. They joined blogger Manuel Delia in calling on the court to order the government not to remove the memorial at the foot of the Great Siege monument. It also reports that just six new students have enrolled in the 'American University of Malta'.

MaltaToday says Joseph Muscat is pitching an alliance with French president Macron for 2019, a crunch year when several appointments are made in the EU, including that of EU council president, which Muscat is eyeing. 

The Malta Independent says PN leader Adrian Delia on the anniversary of his appointment is telling dissenters 'we can stand together'. The newspaper also reports that hunters are confident that a derogation for finch trapping will be re-applied. 

KullĦadd says that a year after his election, Arian Delia is not leading. 

Il-Mument quotes PN leader Adrian Delia saying he will continue to meet everyone. The PN is currently hosting Independence anniversary activities in Floriana. 

Illum under a picture of a migrant, reports that they 'prefer prison'.

It-Torċa says members of the clergy have described the bishops' pastoral letter (on greed in the property sector) as disgusting. It also reports that church entities have received 7.3m euro from the government and that 93 migrants have been repatriated. 


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