Coca-Cola just launched their Christmas advert and we love it

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As we approach the end of the year and Christmas adverts are beginning to pop up on our screens, some of them rise above the rest with Coca-Cola being a definite example. 

The emotional Christmas ad, directed by Black Panther’s Taika Waititi, follows the story of a father attempting to deliver his daughter’s letter to the North Pole. 

As he overcomes the trials and tribulations he came across to get to the North Pole, he finds it closed, hitches a ride back home and opens the letter to find the words, “Dear Santa, please bring daddy home for Christmas.” 

The blockbuster ad concludes with the line, “This Christmas, give something only you can give.”

Watch it in its entirety here:

PLOT TWIST: There were actually two people on ‘that’ delivery bike

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A deliveryman on a motorcycle has been making the rounds on social media recently as ‘he’ was caught holding the cases of two competing courier brands, but the plot thickens as new information has come to light.

In another photo, it was brought to our attention that there were actually TWO people on the motorcycle and if you look closely to both photos, you may see two sets of feet.

Many have been speculating that one of the drivers’ motorcycles broke down and the one working for the opposing brand gave him a hand to save his job. We can’t confirm anything just yet but even the thought of that restores our faith in humanity.


Germany and Luxembourg added to Malta’s amber list

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Travellers coming to Malta from Germany and Luxembourg will now have to present a negative COVID-19 prior to arrival. 

Amongst others, certain airports in the UK, Poland and Spain have been added to the Amber list.

Malta’s current amber list is as follows: Austria, Belgium, Bulgaria, Czech Republic, France, Germany, Hungary, Ireland, Italy (Milan and Rome all airports, and Bologna, Naples, Perugia, Pescara, Pisa, Trieste, Turin, Venice), Luxembourg, Netherlands, Poland, Portugal (Porto), Spain, Switzerland, Tunisia, United Kingdom (Belfast, Birmingham, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Leeds, Liverpool, Manchester, Newcastle, Nottingham)


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€5 million to be donated to the Puttinu Cares Foundation

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The government has finalised an agreement where it will donate a grant of €5 million to the Puttinu Cares Foundation. 

The Prime Minister, Deputy Prime Minister and Finance Minister oversaw the process, making use of the National Social and Development fund, which will allow Puttinu Cares to invest in more apartments in London. 

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Prime Minister Robert Abela stated how this process reflects Maltese values and Deputy Prime Minister Fearne highlighted the fact that 800 yearly patients are sent for specialised care, most of which go to London.