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Keith Schembri’s bail lifted as ‘investigations are still ongoing’

 - Local - Feb 5 SHARE ON:

Former Office of the Prime Minister Chief of Staff Keith Schembri has had his bail lifted following interrogation from the police’s financial crimes department.

Despite this, the Malta Police Force has stated that Schembri’s Whatsapp chats are still being investigated, shutting lawyer Edward Gatt’s claims that the police probe is dismissed.

Schembri had been interrogated for two hours from the financial crimes department on Thursday.

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6 Nutella Day treats you need to try!

 - Food - Feb 5 SHARE ON:

They say variety is the spice of life but sometimes you’ll have that guilty pleasure which you always find yourself going back to time and time again.

For us that’s Nutella and today, we celebrate the red and black brand, here are the places you can get the Nutella fix of your dreams. 🤤


The chocolate hazelnut spread has become an iconic comfort food and let’s face it, we’ve all done the 12am spoon-in-the-jar at least once in our life but nothing really compares to the sweet delights that accompany Nutella and Burgers Ink’s pancakes definitely top our list. The fat stack of gooey chocolate pancakes is a go-to comfort good for a lot of people. 🥞


Crepes on crepes on crepes. Beyond their delicious variety of savoury crepes, you can’t really say no to a Nutella-covered crepe and whether or not you want fruit, nuts, biscuits or anything else on it, nothing beats a warm Nutella crepe from Krepree.


“Think of Danny’s as a chef in a snack bar”, Danny’s mantra perfectly explains why you can’t miss out on their mouth-watering Nutella French Toast, a french-inspired delicacy which you can’t look at or smell without getting hungry. Challenge: try to eat the whole plate without covering your mouth with Nutella.


The French Toast dream continues with Marelli’s rendition of the iconic plate. Based in a quaint little corner in St. Venera, this Cafe has made quite a name for itself with its unmistakable menu and their French toast is on the top of our list. However, good luck seeing the menu and not wanting to order one of everything.


Bugibba’s long list of amazing eateries starts with the Thirsty Cow, a dessert parlour serving up some of the coolest treats money can buy. Now whether you’re craving pancakes, crepes or anything from their menu, you just HAVE to pair it with a fine Nutella milkshake.


Cardini are very well-known for their amazing savoury menu, but their desserts definitely take the cake (pun intended) when it comes to comfort food. The spot’s Kinder Finger Churros topped with Nutella and a tonne of other goodies are definitely the perfect finisher for your next date night (hint hint)

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57 COVID-19 cases registered overnight with 134 recoveries

 - COVID-19 - Feb 5 SHARE ON:
67 COVID-19 cases registered overnight with 323 recoveries

Malta has registered 57 new cases of COVID-19 in the past 24 hours from 3,237 swab tests, while 134 patients have recovered. This information was announced by the official Facebook page of Malta’s Ministry for Health.

As of Thursday 4th February 2021, 33,477 vaccine doses were administered of which 6,457 were 2nd doses.

To date, Malta has registered 18,442 COVID-19 cases in total, of which: 15,701 have recovered, 277 died and 2,464 are still active.

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Sandro Chetcuti tells Ramblers he wants Fomm ir-Riħ Bay to remain accessible to the public

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Talks are currently underway between landowner, Sandro Chetcuti, Ramblers’ association and the government about the publics’ access to Fomm ir-Riħ Bay.

Chetcuti has expressed his wish for the bay to remain accessible to the public. In August of 2020, there was a partial collapse of the clay slopes and this may have damaged the path which appears on the 1983 public deed.

There was a controversy spark last ween when Chetcuti put up a gate n the path leading to Fomm ir-Riħ Bay. However, all entities are now in talks to come up with the best way forward.

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