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Malta International Airport launches heartwarming Christmas advert

 - COVID-19 - Dec 1 SHARE ON:

Christmas advert season is officially upon us, and this year’s offering from Malta International Airport is as heartwarming as ever.

For 2020, MIA’s Christmas advert, titled ‘A letter to santa’, follows the journey of a luggage bag whose family, like the rest of us, didn’t have an easy year.


Watch the full video below:

A Letter to Santa

Dear Santa,We've received this letter from a special little luggage whose family, like the rest of us, didn't have an easy year. We're sending it over to you right now, can you work your magic and help us make his wish come true this #Christmas?We'll see you soon,The MIA team

Posted by Malta International Airport on Tuesday, December 1, 2020

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Valletta New Year’s Eve event replaced by a TV variety show

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The annual New Year’s Eve celebrations in Valletta have been cancelled this year due to the coronavirus pandemic. The Valletta Cultural Agency have planned a variety show instead of the traditional celebrations.

The show will run for three hours and will feature different national and international talent. This variety show will start at 10PM on the 31st of December 2020 and will run until 1AM on the 1st of January 2021.

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Black Mirror creator is planning a Netflix mockumentary about 2020

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Charlie Brooker, the creator of ‘Black Mirror’, is planning a mockumentary for Netflix and it will star Hugh Grant. This production is centered around 2020 being the year from hell.

Not much information has been shared with the public about this project, but Hugh Grant did reveal in an interview that he’ll be a historian who’s being interviewed about the year 2020.

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Victims of domestic violence to be granted free legal aid

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Justice Minister Edward Zammit Lewis and Dr. Lydia Abela have just inaugurated new office premises in Valletta which will provide free legal aid to victims of domestic violence.

The offices are part of the 16 days of activism against domestic violence and are funded by a €1.4 million investment.

Parliamentary Secretary for Equality Rosianne Cutajar has stated that this free service is for victims of domestic violence and is part of a process to uplift and motivate victims of this violence.

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