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The trailer for Peaky Blinders Season 6 has just dropped

The trailer for Peaky Blinders Season 6 has just dropped
Jan 2 2022 Share

This article may contain spoilers.

Few television series create the buzz that Peaky Blinders does when some form of new media is dropped, and the trailer for their sixth and final season is driving fans wild.


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While November’s teaser trailer kept fans waiting for the return of the Birmingham bunch, the trailers have had fans speculating about the return of a fan favourite Alfie, played by Tom Hardy, and a climactic ending to one of the most thrilling series in recent history.

With returning characters and new faces alike, the sixth and final series of Peaky Blinders has been anticipated for months, previously having shooting delayed due to the COVID-19 pandemic and at a point, being put on hold indefinitely.

Watch the trailer below:

Are you looking forward to Peaky Blinders Season 6?




Here are the pharmacies opening today from 9am to noon

Pharmacies opening today 9am until 12pm and 4pm until 7pm
Jan 2 2022 Share

Here are all of the pharmacies across Malta and Gozo which will be opening their doors to the public from 9am until 12pm today:

ŇĽebbuń°:¬†Brown’s Pharmacy, 47, Vjal il-ń¶elsien;

Valletta: Collis Williams Pharmacy, 15, Republic Street;

ń¶amrun:¬†National Pharmacy, 17, St Mary Street;

Qormi: Pinto Pharmacy, 43, St Sebastian Street;

Birkirkara: The Local Dispensary, Kan. K. Pirotta Street;

Ta’ Xbiex:¬†Remedies Chemists, Marina Court, 49A, Abate Rigord Street;

Swieqi:¬†J.V.’s Pharmacy, Swieqi Valley;

Sliema: Harley Pharmacy, 1, Nathalie Poutiatin Tabone Street;

Lija: St Joseph Pharmacy, 164, Annibale Preca Street;

Gńßargńßur¬†Medicine Chest Pharmacy, Demitriju Farrugia Street;

St Paul’s Bay:¬†St Paul’s Bay Pharmacy, 504, Main Street;

Santa Luńčija:¬†Sta. Lucia Pharmacy, 1, Misrańß Dorell;

Senglea: Victory Pharmacy, 32, Victory Street;

ŇĽabbar:¬†Mediatrix Plus Pharmacy, 7, Sanctuary Street;

Gudja: Gudja Pharmacy, Parish Priest Street c/w William Baker Street;

Kirkop: Kirkop Pharmacy, 9, Parish Street;

Rabat: St Anthony Pharmacy, 18 Main Street;

Malta International Airport:¬†The ‚Äė8 Till Late Pharmacy‚Äô is open every day from 8am to 10pm

Gozo: 9am to noon

Victoria: Azzopardi Pharmacy, Cappuchini Street;

Nadur:¬†Nadur Pharmacy, Piazza 28 t’April 1688


Maltese man arrested after woman found dead in Sliema garden

Maltese man arrested after woman found dead in Sliema garden
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The Malta Police Force have arrested a Maltese man suspected of murdering a Polish woman, who was found dead in Sliema on Sunday morning.

The 29-year-old Polish woman was reportedly found dead in ń†nien Indipendenza in Sliema by a passer-by at around 6:30am on Sunday. The police were immediately notified and reported to the scene, with a forensics team, investigators and member of the Major Crimes Unit soon on site.

The Maltese man was arrested after being found in possession of “items that could have been used in the murder,” Police spokesperson Brandon Pisani confirmed.

A magistrate has been appointed to the inquiry while Police investigations are currently under way. More on the story as it develops.


Photo Source: Television Malta, Normunds Sńęmanis

‚ā¨1.4 million collected by Dar Tal-Providenza in New Year’s Day charity telethon

Dar tal-Providenza charity telethon closes off with ‚ā¨1.4 million collected on New Year's Day
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The first charity telethon of the year resulted in the collection of a significant amount after Siggiewi’s Dar tal-Providenza collected ‚ā¨1,409,085 in donations during their New Year’s Day Event.

Dar tal-Providenza Director Fr Martin Micallef expressed his hopes that such a feast of generosity at the start of the year “represents the start of a year full of respect for every person without distinction, and willingness to help those who need support,” closing off the telethon at midnight.

The President of Malta George Vella, Archbishop Charles Scicluna and a number of other recognisable local politicians and personalities were in attendance.