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REVEALED: Stranger Things’ final season script cover and episode title unveiled

REVEALED: Stranger Things' final season script cover and episode title unveiled
Nov 7 2022 Share

Happy Stranger Things Day! On the day of celebration of one of the most iconic series of the 21st century, Netflix has officially revealed the script cover and episode title for the show’s final season.

Dubbed “Chapter One: The Crawl”, Stranger Things writers Matt & Ross Duffer let their legions of fans know that Stranger Things is coming back with a bang.

 

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Only a few hours after it was initially posted on social media, the photo of the script garnered millions of likes and comments from the series’ fans, who are eagerly awaiting one last ride to the Upside Down.

Without revealing any spoilers whatsoever and not a single release date in sight, the only thing we know is that Season 5 will be going “100 miles an hour from the beginning” when it returns, according to the Duffer Brothers.

Are you a Stranger Things fan?

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Man sustains serious injuries after being attacked with sharp object in Marsa

Man sustains serious injuries after being attacked with sharp object in Marsa
Nov 7 2022 Share

A 34-year-old Eritrean man living in Ta’ Xbiex sustained serious injuries after being attacked by two men with a sharp object on Sunday evening.

The attack took place in Triq Diċembru Tlettax, Marsa, with the victim being taken to Mater Dei via an ambulance where he was certified to have sustained serious injuries.

The police convened on site after being notified by the Health Authorities. Investigations are currently underway in addition to a search for the aggressors, who reportedly fled the scene after the attack.

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Contraceptives too expensive in Malta with not enough awareness, poll suggests

Contraceptives too expensive in Malta with not enough awareness, poll suggests
Nov 6 2022 Share

On Wednesday, Deputy Prime Minister and Health Minister Chris Fearne revealed that the public will be provided with free contraception in 2023, but how do they really feel about the matter?

A poll conducted by Malta Daily revealed that 51% of respondents use contraceptives while 49% do not, with condoms being the most widely used means of contraception at 57%.

In the poll results, contraceptive pills were the second most popular choice at 27%, with the ‘Other’ category following at 11% and Intrauterine device (IUD) coming in last at 5%.

In his parliamentary reply, Fearne did not specify which type of contraceptions will become available, but the Labour Party had proposed the distribution of contraceptive pills and IUD devices if elected.

In light of the recent revelation, a staggering majority of poll respondents (75%) stated that contraceptives are currently too expensive, with 78% stating that there is not enough awareness at the moment.

Would you agree with these results?

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90% of poll respondents suffer from stress, with school being main contributor

90% of poll respondents suffer from stress, with school being main contributor
Nov 6 2022 Share

In a series of polls issued by Malta Daily, it was revealed that 90% of respondents suffer from stress, at least periodically, as they go about their day-to-day lives.

When asked how often do they feel stress, 49% of poll respondents admitted to being stressed constantly, 38% stated that it occurs periodically, 10% rarely suffer from stress and 3% of respondents stated that they never feel stress.

 

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Back in August, a study carried by US analytics firm Gallup revealed that the people of Malta are the angriest in the European Union, with a significant fraction of the population also being stressed, worried and in pain.

Echoing Gallup’s revelation that Maltese people are the most worried in Europe and the fourth most worried in the world, users responding to Malta Daily’s poll revealed that school is the one of the key contributors to stress. 40% voted school as the main cause of stress, with personal problems coming in second at 32% and work third at 28%.

Of the many ways that one could deal with stress, 44% chose exercise, 28% percent chose shopping, 17% opt for travelling under stress and 11% of respondents picked reading to cope.

Do you feel stressed?

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