Environmentalist sounds off on Attard uprooting

 - Local - Oct 20 SHARE ON:

Environmentalist CaMi Appelgren took to Facebook to reveal the shocking uprooting of trees at Triq l-Imdina in Attard. 

🇲🇹 My plea – teach your children the values of trees. One day they’ll be the decision makers who will have to restore…

Posted by Cami Appelgren on Tuesday, October 20, 2020

She went on to encourage anyone reading to be aware of humanity’s relationship with nature and if possible to teach younger generations of our environment’s importance. 

Appelgren concluded the Facebook post by claiming that she wont tag any politicians because we, as human beings should be the catalysts to change.

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Double celebration for Prime Minister’s wife

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Curfew to be imposed on Lombardy region in Italy

 - COVID-19 - Oct 20 SHARE ON:

As Europe continues to feel the effects of the recent surge of COVID-19 cases across the continent, the Italian Government plans to impose a curfew from 11pm to 5am.

The curfew is effective from Thursday night and will last until November 13th.

Italian Health Minister Roberta Speranza states that the measures should not have drastic economic consequences.


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Luke Chappell lands deal with Los Angeles record label

 - Culture - Oct 20 SHARE ON:

Maltese singer-songwriter Luke Chappell has been making waves in the Maltese music scene ever since his vocal cords graced the silver screen on the first season of X Factor Malta. 

The young artist went on to release his debut single ‘Head in the Clouds’ and the rest was history, or so we thought.

Following his latest release ‘Lonely Again’ with BangersOnly Record Label, Luke Chappell leaves his followers wanting more music and expecting more milestones in his career.


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