Second round of government vouchers scheduled for January

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Earlier today, Minister for Energy, Enterprise and Sustainable Development, Miriam Dalli announced that Maltese businesses will be receiving a total €6 million in electricity bill refunds as part of a scheme spearheaded by Malta Enterprise.

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In addition to this, Dalli also revealed that the second round of government vouchers will be distributed in January and that the Wage Supplement will be given in time for December.


The Travellers are throwing a TV concert on Christmas Day

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They say necessity is the mother of invention and The Travellers may have taken this to heart with their latest project, a TV concert on Christmas afternoon!

The Gozitan boys will be throwing a production tailor-made for this COVID-era with a Christmas-themed production guaranteed to warm our hearts in such dark times.

You can catch the concert on the 25th of December at 5PM on TVM where The Travellers will be throwing theatre-based performance like no other.


This Maltese musician brought some friends together for the rock collab we all needed

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As far as the Maltese music scene goes, this has been the year of the collaboration and local musician Wayne Camilleri has brought together an A-list of local artists for one of the biggest collaborations we’ve ever seen.

This marvellous, guitar-shredding masterpiece, aptly-called ‘Friends’ invites Aldo Spiteri, Kersten Graham, Jonathan Ellul, Luke Grech, Peter Borg, Alexander Fenech, Fabrizio Giorgio and Eric Wadge.

If you haven’t already, you can check it out on Youtube right now and trust us when we say, get ready for chills.


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Partial lockdown imposed on Italy during Christmas season after surge in cases

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The Italian Government has ordered a partial lockdown for the whole country during most of the Christmas holidays to control the recent increase of COVID-19 cases, especially in the Lombardy, Veneto and Lazio regions.

Italian Prime Minister Giuseppe Conte stated that while it was a difficult decision, it was necessary, with Italy registering the highest number of deaths during the pandemic with a death toll 67,900 up until 18 December.

Measures include the closure of restaurants and restricting the travelling between regions, amongst others.