Published video shows the current state of St. Luke’s hospital

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Published video shows the current state of St. Luke's hospital

A video published by PN’s news media house @netnewsmalta shows the current situation of some areas of the St. Luke’s Hospital that for the past years was being taken care of by Steward Healthcare who have recently got their contract annulled by Maltese court.


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This comes after PN MP @adriandelia won his court case against the healthcare company who had previously signed a contract with the Maltese Government.


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Robert Downey Jr earned over $435 million through MCU

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Robert Downey Jr earned over $435 million through MCU

Robert Downey Jr’s salaries through the Marvel Cinematic Universe have brought him closer to his film character of Tony Stark as digits are revealed. 

The Marvel actor earned a massive amount during his time as Iron Man, but this did not start off as such. 

Marvel took a massive chance with Downey due to his substance addiction and a 180 day jail sentence, with his first film paying the actor $2.5 million. 

The first Iron Man film was even expected to flop, but instead it led to the creation of one of the biggest franchises of all time. For the first Avengers film, Downey would earn $50 million. 

He would later become the highest paid actor in Hollywood in 2013 after taking a big percentage of the film’s $1 billion box office profits. 

He made $75 million annually after the success of Iron Man 3 and then $33 million in 2016 as the face of the MCU. However, Downey earned a whopping $81 million as Spider-Man: Homecoming and Avengers: Infinity War sold cinema tickets. 

The actor’s base salary increase with Endgame rocketed to $20 million as well as another $55 million in ticket sales. This brings it up to around $435 million through the MCU. 


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Minor 0.1% rise in Malta’s unemployment rate for January 2023

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According to new information released by the National Statistics Office, the unemployment rate for January 2023 stood at 3%.

This is up by 0.1% points when compared to December 2022, with the unemployment rate for males in January 2023 standing at 3.1%. 

Meanwhile, the rate for females stood at 2.9%. As per age groups, the unemployment rate during the same month for persons aged 15 to 24 was 9.6%. 

The rate for those aged between 25 and 74 years stood at 2.3%. The percentages boil down to 9,103 unemployed persons in January of this year. 



Adrian Delia thanks father following Vitals-Steward court ruling

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Adrian Delia thanks father following Vitals-Steward court ruling

Former Nationalist Party leader Adrian Delia took to social media to thank his father for values he taught him as the court deemed him victorious over the Vitals-Steward case.

Delia posted a heartwarming photo of himself hugging his father, with the post captioned: 

‘Thank you for teaching me to not ever give up. Thank you for teaching me to never give up in the face of injustice. Thanks dad’. 

The photograph was taken in front of the Maltese parliament which, last Monday, saw Nationalist Party supporters meet to protest alongside Delia and current Opposition leader Bernard Grech. 


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