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17 Black Inquiry Launched By MEP David Casa Finalised

17 Black Inquiry Launched By MEP David Casa Finalised
Jun 4 2024 Share

It has been announced that the 17 Black Inquiry launched by PN MEP David Cash has been finalised.

‘It has been many years since a courageous source handed me an FIAU report which their superiors intended to bury’, Casa said in a statement.

‘I eventually published that report, despite the threats, because I was convinced that the public should know the truth. Edward Scicluna, who still insists on holding public office despite criminal charges, lost no time in attempting to discredit it as having been written to be leaked.’

‘With little hope that a hijacked police force would do its job, through my lawyer Dr Jason Azzopardi and alongside Dr Simon Busuttil and Repubblika, we requested the opening of a magisterial inquiry and the 17 Black inquiry was joined to that of the Panama Papers. Today, we are informed that this inquiry, which investigated among other things the relationship between 17 Black, Konrad Mizzi and Keith Schembri, has been concluded.’

‘We deserve justice. At its core this case is about the betrayal of the Maltese people by a mafia that put its own greed above all else’, Casa continued.

‘I will be formally requesting a copy of the inquiry in the coming days.’

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‘Love Our Islands’: Metsola Runs Love Island Style Advert

'Love Our Islands': Metsola Runs Love Island Style Advert
Jun 4 2024 Share

EU President Roberta Metsola released an advert in Love Island Malta style, urging people to go vote this upcoming election on June 8th.

 

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The advert is a simple Love Island aesthetic urge to vote, with the EU president stating ‘Love Our Islands.’

The ad was aired during last night’s episode of Love Island on TVM as part of Broadcasting Authority political adverts, in relation to Saturday’s MEP election.

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85 Year Old Woman Studying For 4th University Degree

85 Year Old Woman Studying For 4th University Degree
Jun 4 2024 Share

85-year-old Lucille Terry is pursuing her fourth university degree, this time in religious studies, philosophy, and ethics with The Open University.

Despite being retired, she refuses to be idle, stating, “I can’t just sit around, do nothing and watch television all the time.” Terry emphasises that academic success doesn’t necessitate innate brilliance, saying, “You don’t have to be brilliant to do it.”

She was honoured in a ceremony at her parish church, where she received recognition for her dedication to learning. The pro-vice chancellor of The Open University praised her as a beacon of inspiration, showing that dedication and perseverance can overcome any obstacle.

Terry hopes her academic pursuits will motivate others, especially older individuals, to challenge themselves intellectually.

She believes in the cognitive benefits of continuous learning, stating, “If I have a day when I’m not studying, on the day that I do study I feel better, and that’s something people aren’t aware of. It can really do good for their brain.”

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Clean Malta In The 1960’s

Clean Malta In The 1960's
Jun 4 2024 Share

Is-Servizz Pubbliku took to social media to share an old photo from all the way back to the 1960s of Clean Malta workers.

The workers, here shown in black and white, can be seen in front of the Central Bank with the old Valletta lift in the background.

Servizz Pubbliku urged anyone with knowledge of who worked in the Cleansing department to track down the workers so that they can reminisce about their old job and legacy.

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