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Minister Byron Camilleri welcomes new fleet of vehicles for Malta’s Civil Protection

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During a recent new conference, Minister for Home Affairs Byron Camilleri announced a new fleet of vehicles for Malta’s Civil Portection service through an investment of over €1.5 million.

The investment in these vehicles is to better prepare those working in Civil Protection for issues which arise everyday such as the challenge of navigating through the small spaces and narrow roads which characterise many cities and villages throughout Malta.

Minister Camilleri explained that the Civil Protection service is an essential part of national security and it is only rational to present them with the best tools. He went on to reveal that every station will be equipped as necessary and is a result of the government’s plan to prepare such services for any and all issues that may occur.

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Posted by Byron Camilleri on Friday, May 7, 2021

 

Civil Protection General Director Mr. Emanuel Psaila explained that these vechiles are the first of their kind in Europe and will thus make a huge difference in people’s lives.

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US giving free doughnuts, tickets, beer & more to urge citizens to get vaccinated

US giving free doughnuts, tickets, beer & more to urge citizens to get vaccinated
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Companies, educational institutions and entire states in the United States have kicked off a number of initiatives and freebie programmes to encourage citizens to get a COVID-19 vaccination.

Amongst others freebies, The National Football League & the New York Mets & Yankees are giving away free tickets, New Jersey’s Rowan University is offering up to $1000 in housing and course grants while companies like Krispy Kreme and Budweiser are offering free food and drinks to anyone getting vaccinated.

While potentially aiding the United States’ vaccination programme, many have questioned why the situation has come to this as money countries around the world are struggling to keep up with the demand for COVID-19 vaccines.

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Chris Fearne joins Martina for her vaccine jab after radio invitation

Chris Fearne joins Martina for her vaccine jab after radio invitation
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During a call with Health Minister Chris Fearne on Vibe FM’s morning show, Martina jokingly asked the minister if he would accompany her during her vaccination.

Co-hosts JD Patrick and Jonathan Abel broke into laughter and while Dr. Fearne stated that he cannot make any promises, it would have been difficult to say no as he listens to The Morning Vibe every morning.

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Later on in the conversation, Dr. Fearne also highlighted how, when parties make a return, the chances are that one would need a vaccine certificate upon entry to ensure complete safety during such events.

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Aidan & Amber release a chilling acoustic rendition of ‘Naħseb Fik’

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AIDAN’s hit track ‘Naħseb Fik’ has dominated Malta’s playlists and airwaves since its release for its catchy Mediterranean vibe and beautiful use of the Maltese language and the artist shows no signs of stopping.

After having the track hitting #1 on Malta’s Trending Music videos on YouTube as well as the local charts, AIDAN has released a chilling acoustic version together with local singer Amber and The Palace String Orchestra.

The track not only features the gorgeous visuals we’ve come to expect from the artist but a fresh acoustic arrangement which is brought further to life through Amber’s harmonies and the Orchestra’s performance.

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