Maltese band ‘Oxygyn’ to get song featured on BBC Music show ‘Introducing’

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As the Maltese music scene continues to flourish week after week with artists continually putting out great music, Oxygyn has kicked off their February with great news as they will have their music featured on the UK’s ‘BBC Music Introducing The South’!

The programme is a regular showcase of upcoming artists and when speaking with Oxygyn’s Kurt Abela, he revealed that the unreleased track will be somewhat of a surprise for listeners!

We are ecstatic to announce that one of our songs is going to be played TONIGHT on BBC Music Introducing The South! Here…

Posted by Oxygyn on Tuesday, 2 February 2021

While expecting nothing less than the ground-breaking Oxygyn sound tonight 8-10PM GMT, we would like to wish the local artists further success as they continue to gain momentum.


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€420,000 worth of cannabis found in massive drug bust

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Following multiple weeks of observation, the Police Drug Drug Squad and the Rapid Intervention Unit held an anti-drug trafficking operation in Floriana and St. Paul’s Bay on Monday night.

In this operation, the police arrested four people related to the discovery of 21 kilograms of cannabis valued at €420,000.

The drug squad surrounded a van in Floriana with a 47-year-old Isla resident and a 32-year-old Italian inside, going on two find two Italians of 23 and 29 years respectively in a St. Paul’s Bay garage.


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Everton Midfielder Allan gets head shaved by son suffering from alopecia

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Everton midfielder Allan Marques has had his head shaved by his 9-year-old son who suffers from alopecia in a great show of support.

The Brazilian is father to three children, one of whom started suffering from the autoimmune disease at the young age of four and lost his hair as a result.

Despite Miguel not requiring treatment, he let Miguel shave his head in a selfless act of solidarity.


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141 COVID-19 cases registered overnight with 132 recoveries

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67 COVID-19 cases registered overnight with 323 recoveries

Malta has registered 141 new cases of COVID-19 in the past 24 hours from 2,836 swab tests, while 132 patients have recovered. This information was announced by the official Facebook page of Malta’s Ministry for Health.

As of Monday 1st February 2021, 29,002 vaccine doses were administered of which 4,476 were 2nd doses.

To date, Malta has registered 18,168 COVID-19 cases in total, of which: 15,233 have recovered, 270 died and 2,665 are still active.


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