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Jennifer Aniston talks IVF heartbreak after pregnancy rumours

Jennifer Aniston talks IVF heartbreak after pregnancy rumours
Nov 10 2022 Share

FRIENDS star Jennifer Aniston has opened up about her struggles to become a mother, explaining she tried out IVF on various occasions. 

The 53-year-old star finally spoke out about the many pregnancy rumours which circulated over the years. What many did not know was that Aniston was trying out IVF in secret to become a parent. 

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She revealed to Allure in a new interview that she did try and have a family but it unfortunately did not work out for her. ‘It was a challenging road for me, the baby-making road’ she said.

Aniston revealed she tried every possible suggestion in a bid to become a mother but nothing worked. The situation was made worse by all the speculation surrounding her, she said.

She revealed that she would have given anything for things to be different, but has since accepted that the shop has sailed. She also exclaimed how she wishes she had gotten her eggs frozen when she was younger as it could have been useful.

She took the opportunity to also discredit rumours that speculated how her marriage with Brad Pitt ended due to not giving him a child as complete lies. 

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Decision on voluntary euthanasia to be taken before legislature expires

Decision on voluntary euthanasia to be taken before legislature expires
Nov 10 2022 Share

The decision on whether or not to legalise euthanasia will be taken by the end of the current legislature, Prime Minister Robert Abela has recently revealed.

TVM show Popolin asked every MP for their stance on euthanasia for their latest episode. Despite not stating outright what he thinks about the matter, Abela said that the government will take a decision before the legislature expires in 2027. 

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A national discussion on the potential introduction of voluntary euthanasia for people with terminal illness was pledged during the electoral manifesto. 

Abela said that the discussion will eventually amount to a decision being taken. With active euthanasia and assisted suicide currently illegal in Malta, the Nationalist Party came out against the decision. 

Opposition whip Robert Cutajar stated on behalf of the parliamentary group that the Nationalist Party has the stance of safeguarding people’s health from the moment of conception until their last breath.’ 

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UK bus drivers with higher pay sought by local bus operator

UK bus drivers with higher pay sought by local bus operator
Nov 10 2022 Share

Foreign bus company Oasis Workforce Solutions has been engaged by Malta Public Transport to supply it with enough bus drivers to match the ever increasing demands. 

Oasis Workforce Solutions has so far supplied 15 drivers who were employed for periods of three to six months. It was revealed by several sources, including Times of Malta, that the drivers were offered by the UK company a salary which is around three times the one Malta Public Transport pays its own employees. 

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A Malta Public Transport employee gets paid €7.34 per hour whereas a driver employed by the foreign agency is being offered up to €22.64 (£19.50) per hour to drive the same buses. 

Bus drivers employed with Malta Public Transport also have access to allowances, performance bonuses and various other benefits which add up to around a €19345 yearly salary. 

The UK company promoted a potential income of over £1,000 per week plus overtime for drivers willing to work in ‘hot, sunny climate’ on ‘beautiful Malta.’ 

Times of Malta also reported how the UK-engaged drivers are being offered free accommodation for the duration of their employment. They will however be required to return to their country when the peak season demand drops, making the post far less attractive due to job security. 

Times of Malta reported how a spokesperson for Malta Public Transport denied any discrimination or illegality when asked about the issue. 

“All this is done within the parameters of local and international legal frameworks,” the spokesperson said.

“Malta Public Transport is an equal opportunities employer that employs around 1,300 employees across its operations.”

The issue was also highlighted by PN MP Adrian Delia on a social media post, which showed the salary discrepancy. What do YOU make of this? 


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Inter and Barcelona could both come to Malta this December

Inter and Barcelona could both come to Malta this December
Nov 10 2022 Share

It is currently being suspected that two football giants Inter FC and Barcelona FC could come to Malta by the end of this year. 

Serie A team Inter is set to Visit Malta for a training camp between the 5th and 9th of December. TVMSport reported that the final preparations are currently underway to welcome the team to the islands. 

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Further developments have revealed via ONE News that the Spanish team of Barcelona FC could make its way to Malta during the World Cup. 

It is currently unknown whether Barcelona will play some friendly matches with local teams. However, Inter will be engaging Hamrun Spartans on the pitch, with the possibility of an international match also being likely. 

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