Prince Harry and Meghan leave the royal family for good

 - International - Feb 20 SHARE ON:

Prince Harry and Meghan, Duchess of Sussex have reached an agreement with Queen Elizabeth II that they will not return to their posts as working members of the royal family.

This means that their prior commitments with royal activities and military patronages will be given to other members of the royal family but the couple insists that they will still commit to their British duties.

They will join Oprah Winfrey on 7 March for their first sit-down interview since leaving London, where they were very restrained in their public speaking due to their representation of the Queen.


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Potential iPhone 13 renders surface online

 - Tech - Feb 19 SHARE ON:

Shortly after the recent iPhone 12 reveal, potential elements of Apple’s iPhone 13 have started to surface online.

The renders reveal that the iPhones could keep the same straight-edge and flat-side design while one model is rumoured to be port-less and relies completely on wireless connectivity and the MagSafe charger.

A rumoured camera update is also anticipated with an autofocus ultra-wide-angle lens having an aperture of f/1.8 which will reportedly make the iPhone a bit thicker.


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24-year-old man from Gambia arrested for robbing woman with knife

 - Local - Feb 19 SHARE ON:

A 24-year-old man from Gambia was arrested moments after robbing a woman at knife-point in Pietà yesterday evening.

District police investigations revealed that a 27-year-old Colombian woman was walking along Triq Telgħet Gwardamanġa when the man approached her from behind and put a knife to her neck, asking for money.

The man escaped with her mobile phone but was found within around 20 minutes after the police noted suspicious activity in Triq l-Isptar with the culprit matching the description and being arrested soon after.


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Hospital delays expected after industrial action for 1,300 workers

 - Local - Feb 19 SHARE ON:

Public hospital delays are expected as of Friday after 1,300 workers in the healthcare sector were ordered into industrial action by the Union Ħaddiema Magħqudin (UĦM).

The union issued over 400 directives due to government allegedly ‘dragging its feet’ with regards to the negotiation of collective agreements and affects multiple kinds of workers such as ambulance responders, dental hygienists, social workers.

Most directives exclude emergency cases and procedures such as those which require life-supporting monitoring, where workers must conduct their duties if absolutely necessary.


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