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President Vella signs Budget document

 - Budget 2021 - Oct 19 SHARE ON:

During the traditional ceremony, which was also attended by Parliament’s Speaker Anelu Farrugia, President Vella signed the budget documents. 

Prime Minister Robert Abela disclosed this morning that the budget would be called ‘Maltin b’Sa’itna’ l Quddiem. This is Prime Minister Abela’s first budget and Finance Minister Edward Scicluna’s eighth.

The Budget speech will be transmitted at 6.30pm on TVM

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Hailey Bieber gets new tattoo as a tribute to husband Justin Bieber after their wedding anniversary

 - Celebrities - Oct 19 SHARE ON:

Recently, Hailey Bieber celebrated two years of marriage with husband Justin Bieber and one year after their big wedding, she decided to celebrate, by having a new tattoo, to mark their first year anniversary. 

The model, 23, treated herself to two new tattoo’s, with a permanent tribute to singer Justin, 26, being one of the tattoos. In a trendy design that came with a sparkle next to it, she chose for his initial ‘J’ to be marked on her finger. Hailey also had the world ‘beleza’ tattooed on the side of her neck in addition to the J on her finger.

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An increased €260 per year for all pensioners

 - Budget 2021 - Oct 19 SHARE ON:

Pensioners will receive an additional €3.25 per week in addition to the €1.75 compensation for the cost of living.

This amounts to an increase of €260 per year to all pensioners.

This post is brought to you in collaboration with PwC Malta.

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Malta has registered more cases of COVID-19 in one week than in four months

 - COVID-19 - Oct 19 SHARE ON:

In the past week, a total of 852 new patients tested positive for COVID-19, more than the number recorded in the months from March to July. In the past week, a total of 852 new patients tested positive for COVID-19, more than the number recorded in the months from March to July. 

On Sunday, the health authorities stated that in the previous 24 hours, a further 142 patients had tested positive for the virus, the second highest number since March. This means that for five days in a row, the daily recorded cases were registered in three figures and the rise seems to continue. 

These figures, along with the amount of hospitalizations and deaths seen in the past few weeks, indicate that the situation is much worse now than it was when the pandemic first struck the island during the first half of the year.

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