fbpx

Sam Smith has revealed that they have “always” identified as non-binary

 - Celebrities - Oct 19 SHARE ON:

“Yes, I have always been non-binary,” Smith said. “I have always felt the way I’ve felt, and just hearing other non-binary stories made me suddenly feel seen. “This is a way that I can live, where if I tell people this is how I feel and this is how I like to be treated, life is easier.”

Smith came out as non-binary in an interview in 2019, the singer-songwriter shared their decision on Twitter, writing: “Today is a good day so here goes. I’ve decided I am changing my pronouns to THEY/THEM. “After a lifetime of being at war with my gender I’ve decided to embrace myself for who I am, inside and out…”

#MaltaDaily 

TAGS: , , , , , ,
Malta daily Facebook 970x90

Supplement to children’s allowance

 - Budget 2021 - Oct 19 SHARE ON:

Families with an income not exceeding €25,318 per year will be granted a supplement of €70 per year for every child.

Families with a higher income per year will receive a yearly grant of €50 for each child.

This post is brought to you in collaboration with PwC Malta

#MaltaDaily

TAGS: , , , , , , ,

Scotland and Belgium shut pubs and restaurants as coronavirus infections soar

 - COVID-19 - Oct 19 SHARE ON:

Belgium has announced that all bars will be shut by 11pm starting Tuesday 20th October. Apart from that, all of the city’s bars, cafes and event halls must now be closed for at least one month.

The Government of Scotland is banning indoor drinking in bars and forcing restaurants to close at night as it tries to end a significant rise in virus infections. Nicola Sturgeon said the measures would last for 16 days, starting this Friday. Apart from that, Alcohol consumption is only permitted outdoors and until 10:00pm.

#MaltaDaily

TAGS: , , , , ,

Second round of government vouchers confirmed

 - Budget 2021 - Oct 19 SHARE ON:

Following earlier reports of a second round of government vouchers, Minister Scicluna has confirmed that another €100 of vouchers will be issued.

€60 of the vouchers will be redeemable from hotels, restaurants and accommodation services whilst €40 will be redeemable on retail goods and services.

This post is brought to you in collaboration with PwC Malta

#MaltaDaily

TAGS: , , , , ,
See All