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Bernard Grech criticises Prime Minister’s involvement in investigation

Dec 27 2020 Share

Bernard Grech has spoken out against the Prime Minister’s involvement in the unlocking of the phone of tax chief Marvin Gaetry.

Grech stated that politicians should not be involved in police cases and criticised the fact that police are awaiting PM Robert Abela’s approval, reiterating the Abela had no problem discussing Grech’s tax issues yet now, has a problem with publicising information.

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The PN leader called for the police to seek legal advice and proceed with their work, with law-breakers to be taken to court after investigations.

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WHO regional director impressed with Malta’s COVID-19 vaccine recipience

Dec 27 2020 Share

Following the arrival of the COVID-19 vaccine in Malta, the World Health Organisation’s regional director for Europe, Hans Kluge stated that he was impressed with the amount of vaccines Malta managed to obtain as well as the immediacy of their arrival.

Kluge said that this exhibits the careful leadership and control the Maltese Government has conducted and reiterated how Chris Fearne himself paved the way for the conjoint European purchase of the vaccines during prior health discussions back in 2017.

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‘All I Want For Christmas’ breaks Spotify single-day streaming record

Dec 27 2020 Share

Love it or hate, there’s really no avoiding Mariah Carey’s All I Want for Christmas during the month of December and 26 years later, it’s still topping the charts.

The Christmas anthem has broken yet another Spotify streaming record with a whopping 17 million streams on Christmas day alone.

Looks like Carey’s Christmas banger is here to stay for years and years to come.

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“Don’t risk losing everything” PM Robert Abela appeals for caution as vaccines arrive

Dec 27 2020 Share

As COVID-19 vaccines begin to arrive in Malta and the first Maltese receives a vaccine, Prime Minister Robert Abela stated that Malta is on the road to recovery.

While recent times may have been of “hope, courage and belief”, Abela appeals to the public to remain cautious, so we do not lose everything Malta has achieved over the past 10 months, calling the COVID-19 saga a “10-month marathon.”

Commending the respective authorities, the PM reported that the economic and health sectors have done well and reiterated that we will be receiving up to 20,000 vaccines a week on our road to recovery.

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