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Cardi B announces birth of her second child

Cardi B announces birth of her second child
Sep 7 2021 Share

Artist Cardi B posted to social media revealing the birth of her second child with husband Offset. The parents shared a photo of themselves in what seems to be a hospital bed, with their newborn wrapped in a blanket. The gender of the child was revealed to be a son, with many fans suspecting this before it was officially revealed due to the emoji captions. 

The post was captioned with a blue heart, a dinosaur and a teddy bear, making the as of yet unnamed Kulture Kiari’s younger brother. The pair married secretly in September 2017, but got engaged on stage a month later. Daughter Kulture was born in July 2018, with the couple splitting and reconciling more than once. Offset also has three other sons from previous relationships. Cardi’s second baby bump was revealed during a performance with Migos during the BET Awards in June. 

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Sergio Agüero criticizes Barcelona training

Sep 7 2021 Share

New Barcelona signing Sergio Agüero has recently criticised the club’s training regime. Speaking to Ibai Llanos on Twitch, the Argentinian striker said “At City, we arrived an hour and a half before training.” followed by “Here, half an hour before. I said, ‘Well, I’ll come in at least an hour before and try and go to the gym and do some things’, but nobody was there. It was all shut.”

 

 

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Agüero hasn’t had the best of starts to life in Barcelona. Whilst streaming on Twitch he was complaining to his many viewers about driving in Barcelona. He also recalled a story wherein whilst driving he fought and argued with a local taxi driver.

To add salt to injury, Lionel Messi, the godfather of his son, wasn’t allowed to stay. Sources in England reported that the main factor prompting him to join Barcelona was to play regularly with his best friend.

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Parents call for a return to normal school experience for kids

Parents call for a return to normal school experience for kids
Sep 7 2021 Share

The Maltese Association of Parents of State School Students (MAPSSS) issued a statement calling for the return to a normal school experience for their children at school. With well over 80% of the whole population fully vaccinated and the easing of measures being undertaken in various sectors, the association highlighted the necessity of returning to normalcy after two disrupted school years due to the pandemic. 

Despite agreeing with the prospect and logic of keeping certain COVID-19 health measures in place, such as masks and social distancing, the association appealed to no longer deny students ‘full educational entitlement.’ This involves art, music, PE, practical field work, etc. Outings were also vouched for, provided that health measures are adhered to. This comes before the release of new protocols by the Education Minister Justyne Caruana, who updated the public on the new health measures for scholastic year 2021/22. 

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Photo Source: MAPSSS, Parents

Air Malta to use gender neutral greeting ‘guest’ instead of ‘ladies and gentlemen’

Air Malta to use gender neutral greeting ‘guest’ instead of ‘ladies and gentlemen’
Sep 7 2021 Share

Air Malta announced that it will be replacing the traditional ‘ladies and gentlemen’ greeting with the gender neutral ‘guests’ to promote inclusivity. The airline revealed that ‘diversity and equality are core values at Air Malta, and the airline welcomes all its customers, irrespective of their nationality, race, political ideology, religion and gender.’ 

David G. Curmi, Air Malta’s executive chairperson stated that their customer-facing staff will be using this gender-neutral language. ‘For an airline with a multicultural clientele, inclusion is a very important value, and we want to express this attitude shift in our language as well.’ 

Air Malta will be following in the steps of Europe’s largest airline group Lufthansa who also adopted similar gender inclusive terminology, pushing forth in the quest for more inclusivity. 

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Photo Source: Air Malta