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Final Season Of Stranger Things Officially Begins Filming

Final Season Of Stranger Things Officially Begins Filming
Jan 14 2024 Share

It is officially the beginning of the end. 

Following the writer strikes in Hollywood and subsequent deals being struck, Stranger Things has officially commenced filming for the final season of the show.

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With the cast back on the set to begin bringing the last season to life, members of the cast have been sharing behind the scenes photos of themselves during the process.

A large black and white photo (except for the number 5 emblem, which glows in an eerie red) shows the entire cast together with the Duffer Brothers, with a caption: ‘THIS IS A CODE RED. STRANGER THINGS 5 PRODUCTION HAS OFFICIALLY BEGUN!!’

Will you be watching the last season of the show?

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Too Early To Discuss Helena Dalli As Next President, Says Bernard Grech

Too Early To Discuss Helena Dalli As Next President, Says Bernard Grech
Jan 14 2024 Share

MaltaDaily is currently informed that Helena Dalli is currently one of the favourites for the role being pushed by the Labour Party. However, Bernard Grech said that it’s too premature to discuss Dalli as the next President. 

This will be the first time that the President of Malta will be chosen by two-thirds of the members of parliament. 

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Prior to this, a candidate simply required a simple majority. The Opposition leader told MaltaDaily’s Keane Cutajar that he will not be accepting any last minute surprises or names and calls on the Prime Minister to address the issue as soon as possible.

Speaking to Malta Daily during an official event held by the Nationalist Party, Opposition Leader Bernard Grech stated that Prime Minister Robert Abela, till this very day, has not yet sat down with him to discuss the next president of Malta.

 

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What do you think of a Helena Dalli potential presidency?

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Prime Minister Has Not Yet Discussed Next Presidency With Opposition

Prime Minister Has Not Yet Discussed Next Presidency With Opposition
Jan 14 2024 Share

Speaking to Malta Daily during an official event held by the Nationalist Party, Opposition Leader Bernard Grech stated that Prime Minister Robert Abela, till this very day, has not yet sat down with him to discuss the next president of Malta.

This will be the first time that the President of Malta will be chosen by two-thirds of the members of parliament. 

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Prior to this, a candidate simply required a simple majority. The Opposition leader told MaltaDaily’s Keane Cutajar that he will not be accepting any last minute surprises or names and calls on the Prime Minister to address the issue as soon as possible.

MaltaDaily is currently informed that Helena Dalli is currently one of the favourites for the role being pushed by the Labour Party. However, Bernard Grech said that it’s too premature to discuss Dalli as the next President. 

Asking our followers on polls, many people suggested names such as former Prime Minister Lawrence Gonzi, former Opposition leader Simon Busuttil, former Foreign Affairs Minister Evarist Bartolo and even current environment minister Miriam Dalli. 

What do you think?

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20 Years of Danusan: L-Awards Tan-Nejk

20 Years of Danusan: L-Awards Tan-Nejk
Jan 14 2024 Share

Celebrating 20 years of acting together, Danusan have announced the ticket launch for ‘Ix-Xow il-Kbir: L-Awards Tan-Nejk.’

Following the ‘arrival’ of the golden Oscars Statue, Danusan announced that their next big show early this year will take the format of a film awards ceremony.

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The two hour show will give the audience the very best of Danusan in celebration of 20 years of them acting together. 

The show will take place at the Junior College Hall in Msida, with the front row, as always, facing the possibility of joining the two local icons on stage. 

The show will take place on the 23rd and 25th of February and 2nd of March, with tickets now available. 

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