Netflix to air new Michael Schumacher documentary next Septmeber

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Netflix will air a Michael Schumacher documentary which will show the “many facets of his multi-layered personality”. The documentary will be out on the 15th of September. Unlike other sports documentaries, it is set to be filmed in movie format like ‘The Last Dance.’ The documentary will show viewers Michael’s journey from riding karts in Germany to becoming one of the most iconic Formula One drivers to ever live. Titled ‘Schumacher’, it is set to have exclusive interviews with his wife Corinna, his two children Mick and Gina, and former and current F1 drivers such as Sebastien Vettel and Mika Hakkinen.


Michael retired from racing in 2012 whilst driving for Mercedes. In 2014 he unfortunately hit his head in ski trip with his son. The former driver is still recovering from the hit, albeit in a very private way due of family wishes. The driver’s son Mick picked up the mantle and is now a Formula One driver himself, so it would be interesting if the viewers can see what Michael taught his son about F1.

F1 have already benefitted massively from Netflix’s docuseries ‘Drive To Survive’, where cameras have been let free into the world of Formula One drivers, bosses and staff. Another F1 documentary about a famous figure like Michael Schumacher will help the sport and brand garner more interest.


Ferdinand’s Bar and Burger launches 24K gold burger

Ferdinand’s Bar and Burger launches 24K gold burger
Aug 5 2021 Share

Foodie fan favourite Ferdinand’s Bar and Burger have launched Malta’s 24K Gold Beef Burger and it’s as delicious as it looks! 

A video posted to TikTok details the burger’s servings which include a 24 karat bun, 180 grams worth of delicious beef patty, mouthwatering American cheese and crispy onions. 

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Located in homey Siggiewi, this new innovative dish by Ferdinand’s Bar and Burger brings exquisite fast food to the island. It also continues to add to the burger joint’s extensive menu, so pick your mates and get a taste of Malta’s 24K gold burger!


Photo Source: @ferdinandsburger TikTok

WATCH: Ink Addiction shows off Dom Mintoff tattoo on client on TikTok

Ink Addiction shows off Dom Mintoff tattoo on client on TikTok
Aug 5 2021 Share

Ink Addiction recently showed off a tattoo of one their clients on TikTok who got the face of Maltese politician Dom Mintoff. Despite needing no introduction, Mintoff was the leader of the Labour Party from 1949 to 1984, and the 8th Maltese Prime Minister between 1955-58, when Malta was a British colony, and again in 1971 to 1984 following Independence. He was known by many as ‘the Architect’ (‘il-Perit’ in Maltese). 


🖤▪️ Dom Mintoff ▪️🖤 No silly comments ! Done by Dylan Xuereb #tattoo #tattoos #tattooartist #tattoolover #tattooideas #maltese #malta #history #ink

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Many Maltese idolise political leaders, with Mintoff receiving notable praise and fanaticism in particular. The video shows the tattoo in its completion and full glory, with the face of Dom Mintoff alongside the ‘Freedom Monument’ (Monument tal-Helsien). This latest artistic piece captures exactly the adoration some Maltese have for leaders of this country – with this particular tattoo celebrating a politician strongly associated with the creation of a comprehensive welfare state. The video racked up a whopping 17.8K views, with many praising the tattoo artist Dylan Xuereb’s exquisite work and others the client’s dedication to Dom Mintoff. 


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Simon Busuttil calls for President George Vella’s resignation

Simon Busuttil calls for President George Vella’s resignation
Aug 4 2021 Share

Following findings of the public inquiry into the assassination of Daphne Caruana Galizia, former PN leader Simon Busuttil has called for the resignation of President George Vella. Stating that ‘if he truly respects his Office, then he too must go’, Busuttil stated that such is the scale of degradation of state institutions as even the President of Malta was a Minister in Joseph Muscat’s disgraced cabinet. 

The inquiry, which was published last week, found the Cabinet to have been responsible, at least in part, for the assassination of the late journalist due to not taking the necessary precautions to ensure her safety. The cabinet was criticised for allowed power to be concentrated within the hands of the Prime Minister and his close allies. 

Due to Vella having been part of Muscat’s cabinet between 2013 and 2017 as Foreign Minister, Busuttil calls for his resignation. Both the Nationalist Party and the NGO Repubblika called on all the cabinet members named in the inquiry to step down. The response of Prime Minister Robert Abela was that the inquiry’s findings are accepted by the government and is thus committed to implementing the recommendations made.  


Photo Source: Simon Busuttil FB, Business or Pleasure