Malta to receive COVID-19 vaccine in the beginning of January

 - COVID-19 - Nov 25 SHARE ON:

During tonight’s Live Q&A, Prime Minister Robert Abela has announced that the COVID-19 vaccine should be available in Malta around the beginning of January.

Abela added that the COVID-19 vaccine will not be mandatory, and the Maltese people will be able to decide for themselves whether they should get vaccinated or not.


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Maradona has passed away after suffering a heart attack

 - Celebrities - Nov 25 SHARE ON:

Argentinian media outlet ‘Clarin’ has reported that Argentinian football legend Diego Armando Maradona has passed away after suffering a heart attack, just two weeks after being released from hospital after treatment for a bleed on his brain.

Maradona who had just turned 60 on the 30th of October, was regarded as one of the greatest footballers of all time.

As soon as the news broke out, tributes started pouring in from all over the world.


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Billie Eilish makes history by releasing first-ever infinite music video

 - Music - Nov 25 SHARE ON:

In celebration of reaching one billion views on her ‘Bad Guy’ music video, YouTube has partnered up with singer-songwriter Billie Eilish to create the first ever ‘infinite’ music video. 

The video connects thousands upon thousands of bad guy covers and allows viewers to mix and match with AI programming allowing you to jump from one video to another without losing a beat.

The site can be accessed via billie.withyoutube.com and features covers from all around the world in multiple genres.


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University introduces autism-friendly ‘calm room’

 - Local - Nov 25 SHARE ON:

The Marigold Foundation, in collaboration with KSU, have inaugurated ‘The Calm Room’, which they have dubbed ‘an oasis of calm for students on the autism spectrum’ which may be found in the ever-busy students house.

As the fruit of a €35,000 investment, The Calm Room provides adult sensory equipment in a well-kept and well-decorated set-up to provide a quiet space which caters to individuals on various points of the autism spectrum.

KSU President, Matthew Xuereb stated that the KSU is grateful for the support given to the University by the Marigold foundation and looks forward to complement the University’s inclusive arrangements and welcome students to the new facility.


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