Debates spark online following clarification of garage laws

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Debates sparked on social media following a clarification of certain laws and regulations with regards to garages.

It was clarified that while one can park in front of a garage, the car should not be left unattended and the owner of the garage is not oblige to call the owner of the obstructed car. 

Another issue that was also brought to light was the problem with multiple store-owners marking their premises as garages when they are not used as such.

Maltese laws dictate that no one should mark a premises as a garage if they are not going to use it to garage vehicles.


Pfizer vaccine up to 95% effective; protects elderly most

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Further results from the clinical trials of Pfizer and BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine show that the shots are now reportedly 95% effective and protect the elderly most.

This follows the news that pharmaceutical company Moderna had developed a COVID-19 vaccine which proved to be 94.5% effective. 

The results have yet to be analysed by independent medical professionals but reports show that the pharmaceutical companies have started submitting the vaccine to regulators in the UK, Europe and Canada.


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LIDL clothing to be sent back to Italy due to high demand

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Insider sources have reported that LIDL will be recalling their apparel brand from all Maltese stores to send them back to Italy.

This mass recall across the country is reportedly due to a high demand in Italy so the products are expected to be sent soon.

With previous reports revealing that the shoes have sold online for over $6,700, the local recall and increased demand could only ramp up the prices.


The hottest sneaker of 2020?

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A flurry of posts featuring the red, yellow and blue brand have taken over social media following the arrival of LIDL’s clothing line in Malta. 

With a collection which features a colourful set of sneakers, LIDL-branded socks, T-shirt and sliders, the products sold like pastizzi, for lack of a better word. 

Ironically or not, LIDL has taken over the island as it had in other countries around the world, with its sneakers selling as much as $6,744 online.