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.
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.
Marco Parascandalo has been in the local fashion circuit for a while now and is notorious for making cool streetwear pieces, often infusing Maltese phrases like ‘Faqa Oħt and ‘Is-sabiħ m’huwiex ikraħ, l-għaref m’huwiex iblaħ’.
Effectively the new kids on the black, Fiamma give a youthful, local spin on text-based logo tees by infusing their logo with contemporary prints.
With only a few white tees released so far, we’re eagerly waiting for that black print tee.
A strong outfit of black and white clothing, JAY merges couture with streetwear in his drop and we can’t say that we can complain.
With Maltese figures like Sarah Zerafa, Maxine Pace, Taryn Mamo Cefai and more previously donning the brand, we can understand the appeal.
Based in Malta, but giving off an LA vibe, Forever Seeking have effectively imported a West Coast look to Maltese shores, donning a number of iconic prints on various hoodies and tees.
Forever Seeking has also, appropriately, released a number of black COVID-19-friendly face masks.
Fresh after her online runway show creatively directed by ‘The Insynk Collective’, Gabrielle brings out the dark and devious side of fashion and meshes it with luxury streetwear.
If you haven’t already, check out ‘Lux in Tenebris’ and the rest of her drop online.
Malta has registered 141 new cases of COVID-19 in the past 24 hours from 3,014 swab tests, while 97 patients have recovered. This information was announced by the official Facebook page of Malta’s Ministry for Health.
From yesterday’s cases; 10 cases were family members of previously known cases, 6 cases were contact of positive work colleagues and 5 cases were direct contacts with other positive cases.
To date, Malta has registered 7,537 COVID-19 cases in total, of which: 5,371 have recovered, 85 died and 2,081 are still active.