Drake’s ‘Certified Lover Boy’ breaks streaming records on Spotify

 - Music - Sep 4 SHARE ON:
Drake's 'Certified Lover Boy' breaks streaming records on Spotify

Drake’s ‘Certified Lover Boy’ could possibly be one of the most hyped albums of 2021 and the Spotify streaming numbers are a definite testament to the anticipation behind it.

Just one day after its release, Certified Lover Boy went on to become Spotify’s most streamed album, with the album and its imagery becoming a cultural phenomenon in a matter of days.


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Despite its clash with Kanye West’s ‘Donda’ and an alleged beef between the two rap superstars, Drake’s latest album has seemingly taken the lead, with Drake himself securing the title of ‘Certified Record Breaker’, having 150 songs with over 100 million streams on Spotify.


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Rain & stormy weather are expected in Malta during next week

 - Local - Sep 4 SHARE ON:

Trusted Facebook page ‘The Weather Page Malta’ has published a forecast for next week’s weather and many will be surprised with the expected situation.

Following weeks of scorching summer sun, the popular Facebook page has reported the possibility of a storm across Malta and Gozo next week.

The storm is forecasted to take place at mid-week due to lower pressure extending towards the centre of the Mediterranean and will mark the first significant change in weather since the beginning of summer.

Are you looking forward to stormy weather?


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Manchester United facing replica shirt shortage due to high demand

 - International - Sep 4 SHARE ON:

Following their earth-shaking purchase of the Portuguese football superstar Cristiano Ronaldo, Manchester United are facing a shortage of replica shirts due to a surge in demand after Ronaldo’s arrival.

Manchester United kit suppliers Adidas are reportedly dealing with considerable delays in production due to factory closures in Vietnam, one of the main sources of kit production.

Reports suggest that kits already face a four month lag, with Ronaldo’s arrival potentially complicating the situation.


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School protocols could change from last year

 - COVID-19 - Sep 3 SHARE ON:
School protocols could change from last year

The Malta Union of Teachers announced that the protocols agreed between the Ministry for Education and the health authorities have been finalised. The union announced that these will be the official protocol documents upon which all practical aspects of implementation will be decided upon. 

The MUT revealed that, during the next week, it will be meeting the Ministry for Education in order to go through its implementation. This will take into consideration the fact that some aspects may have changed given the pandemic’s most recent impacts. The union stated that it is also expecting to meet concurrently with the Secretariat for Catholic Education and the representatives for independent schools.

The MUT ‘hopes that the reopening plan following discussion is issued at the earliest so that educators can have enough notice to plan and set up in time for the new scholastic year.’ Members are to be updated accordingly. 


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