Manchester Utd. will be visiting Malta in January

 - Local - Dec 23 SHARE ON:

The Manchester United women’s football team will be visiting Malta for a training camp between the 3rd and the 8th of January next year.

As part of this training program, on Friday 6 January Manchester United will play a friendly match against the local team of Birkirkara, at the Tony Bezzina Stadium.

These details were announced in a news conference addressed by the Minister for Tourism Clayton Bartolo and the CEO of the Malta Tourism Authority Carlo Micallef.


France launch official complaint over Emi Martinez’s behaviour

 - International - Dec 23 SHARE ON:

France launched an official complaint over Argentina goalkeeper Emi Martinez’s taunting of Kylian Mbappe wake of World Cup final Defeat.

The 30-year-old goalkeeper has been stealing most of the headlines for the past few weeks and has yet again found himself all over the news.

France FA are complaining on his behaviour, holding a doll with Mbappe’s face on it during victory celebrations in Argentina.

Martinez also staged a minute of silence for the French star.


Netflix and Nike will help people stick to their ‘New Year New Me’ resolutions

 - Health & Fitness - Dec 23 SHARE ON:

Netflix and Nike are going to try help people stick to their ‘New Year New Me’ fitness-related resolutions this year.

Starting on December 30, 30 hours of video content will become available on Netflix, through a partnership with Nike.

While new year’s resolutions may not be the best method for losing weight and keeping fit, having access to this type of content may be the start of your fitness journey.

Netflix announced that this will be released in two bashes, available in multiple languages and to users of all subscription plans.

Nike’s training program, is built around an app that helps build healthy habits through fine-tuned training regimens and workout sessions.


11-year-old girl sexually assaulted at school by two 12-year old boys

 - Local - Dec 23 SHARE ON:

A police report was filed as an 11-year-old girl was sexually assaulted at school by two 12-year-old boys who were suspended indefinitely from school.

According to Times of Malta, this case was flagged on Tuesday and a spokesperson for the Education Ministry confirmed that an internal inquiry into the incident has been launched.

This morning, Times reported that the assault happened a few weeks ago, and came to light this week after the girl told her mother about the incident. The report explains that one of the boys grabbed the girl’s breasts while the other touched her thigh.

The details of the school are being withheld to protect the identity of the people involved.



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