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Ferrari CEO Camilleri resigns for ‘personal reasons’ following battle with COVID-19

 - COVID-19 - Dec 11 SHARE ON:

Ferrari’s CEO Louis Camilleri has officially resigned from Ferrari for personal reasons ahead of the Abu Dhabi Grand Prix this Sunday.

The Egypt-born, Maltese entrepreneur had an intense battle with COVID-19 this year and returned home just recently for further recovery after leaving hospital.

Camilleri stated that serving for Ferrari has been a great privilege and expressed his pride in the brand and admiration for the people of Maranello, going on to say that their best years are yet to come.

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Banksy confirms he is the creator of the ‘Aachoo!!’ street art

 - Art - Dec 11 SHARE ON:

World-famous mystery street artist Banksy has confirmed that he is the mastermind behind the Bristol mural named ‘Aachoo!!’

 

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The mural, which Banksy confirmed to be his on social media, features a comfortably-wrapped elderly woman sneezing out her dentures.

This is the first of multiple artworks to appear during the COVID-19 pandemic which wholly reflect Banksy’s mysterious yet conscious brand of artistry.

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The Kardashians are making yet another reality TV show

 - Celebrities - Dec 11 SHARE ON:

Like it or not, Keeping Up With The Kardashians has been a staple of reality TV for more than a decade and the flamboyant family have become household names.

As 2021 approaches, the Kardashian-Jenner clan look to extend their entertainment legacy with yet another reality series which will be streamed exclusively on Hulu in what will be a multi-year programme.

The premise of the show is currently unknown but one thing’s for sure, the famous fam will surely continue to make the headlines for years to come.

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ReLeaf call for clear decriminalisation of cannabis cultivation

 - Health & Fitness - Dec 11 SHARE ON:

Non-profit NGO ReLeaf have once again called for proper decriminalisation of adult cannabis cultivation by 2021.

The organisation’s call asks that adults can be allowed to grow cannabis at home or develop a ‘social club’ of sorts rather than let the illegal market run rampant whilst also threatening the wellbeing and privacy of consumers.

Malta’s Drug Dependence Act currently states that individuals found in possession of small amounts for personal use my face a fine of up to €100, with a second offence within a 2-year window calling for an assessment on drug dependence and even a three-year prison sentence.

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