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Songs of Summer 2024, According to Spotify

Songs of Summer 2024, According to Spotify
Jun 14 2024 Share

From hip-hop to pop to Latin and everything in between, Spotify just released their predictions for Songs of the Summer. This list includes something for everyone; from Sabrina Carpenter’s “Espresso” to Chappell Roan’s  “Good Luck, Babe”.

Spotify  has put itself up to the task, releasing a Songs of Summer playlist to annually mark the occasion . Now, that 2024 Songs of Summer playlist has been released, tipping everyone off to what may be the hottest tracks over the next few weeks.

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Notably, some of the tracks on the list were released well before Spotify compiled its predictions- they presumably made the playlist due to their proven popularity.

Which song will you be listening to all summer ?

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Naxxar Lions FC Unveil New Logo

Naxxar Lions FC Unveil New Logo
Jun 14 2024 Share

Naxxar Lions FC unveiled their new logo during the club’s Annual General Meeting on Tuesday.

Despite the club’s 1920 founding, the first known logo dates back to the 1940s and featured the letters N and L for Naxxar Lions. The club has had a variety of logos over the years, but as trends change, clubs are selecting less conventional and more contemporary brands and logos.

Naxxar Lions have proudly opted for this, giving their logo a modern look.

Whilst the logo is modern it retains the lion which has always been an essential element in all the logos, truly representing the club.

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Coffin Being Driven On Roof Of Car Spotted

Coffin Being Driven On Roof Of Car Spotted
Jun 14 2024 Share

What seems to be a coffin was spotted being driven on the roof of a car in the Bir id-Degħeb area of Malta.

The photo was uploaded to social media on Facebook, with the poster writing:

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‘I thought I saw everything in 30 years on the road everyday.’

It is unclear what led to the coffin being driven on the car in such a way.

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Security Minister Too Calls Out MCAST Police Directive

Security Minister Too Calls Out MCAST Police Directive
Jun 14 2024 Share

Backing up Education and Sports Minister Clifton Grima, Minister for Home Affairs, Security and Employment Byron Camilleri revealed that he too disagrees with the MCAST directive to introduce police officers conducting patrols on campus.

‘Educational institutions are there to provide for the holistic development of students’, explained Minister Camilleri on social media.

‘I disagree with that decided by MCAST and more so about the way it was communicated. The campus is a place for the mixture of varying ideas and thoughts.’

He went on to explain that the police corp is there to offer service to people whilst keeping public order.

‘I have been informed that in the past few weeks the MCAST administration requested that such (extra duty) service is provided. As happens in every other sector, the police corp accepted according to the request of the educational institution.’

He concluded by saying that he welcomes the decision of the Education ministry to investigate immediately.

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