Drake teases the name and release date of his new album

 - Celebrities - Oct 26 SHARE ON:

A new studio album named “Certified Lover Boy” was announced by Drake to be released in January 2021. He shared a short teaser on Saturday, which also happened to be his 34th birthday, through his record label, OVO Sound, on social media.

“Certified Lover Boy” will be Drake’s sixth full-length studio album — 2018’s “Scorpion” being his most recent album.


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New AirPods and AirPods Pro could be on the way

 - International - Oct 26 SHARE ON:

Apple is designing improved models of its wireless earbuds, the first of which may be released as early as next year, for AirPods and AirPods Pro. As well as upgraded wireless chips, both will officially feature new designs. 

According to the report, after their launch in 2016, Apple’s second-generation AirPods Pro could abandon the stem that has been a staple of the design of the AirPods. Noise cancellation will still be featured, but with a style similar to Samsung’s Galaxy Buds Plus, fitting everything into a smaller housing


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What you need to know about FreeHour’s virtual Freshers’

 - Local - Oct 26 SHARE ON:

Freshers’ Week is usually one of the busiest and most anticipated weeks of the scholastic year, which was unfortunately brushed to the side as a result of COVID-19.

Fortunately, Malta’s favourite student platform has taken the initiative to present a month-long, virtual Freshers’ on the FreeHour App!

With 50+ Virtual Stands, Giveaways and a 15-second Tap Challenge which was played over 250,000 times, FreeHour’s Freshers’ went viral & hit the No.1 Spot on the local App Store!



Nationalist Party states concern over shortage of fresh milk

 - COVID-19 - Oct 26 SHARE ON:

The Nationalist Party has released a statement in favour of safeguarding the local milk industry, following worries of a shortage in supply of fresh milk. 

The statement brought up the issue of national interest and food security as it addressed the fact that farmers and producers had to face pre-pandemic costs at a decreased rate of consumption.


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