UK law change means Landlords no longer able to use blanket ban on pets

Jan 30 2021 Share

A UK changes in-laws mean that Landlords are no longer able to use a blanket ban on pets.

The Ministry of Housing, Communities and Local Government has now introduced a new standard agreement. which will allow for pets to be banned only when there is a valid and good reason.

Landlords who do not wish for tenants to have pets will have to issue this in writing along with a valid reason within 28 days of receiving a written request from the tenant to have a pet.


Broadcasting authority survey reveals Malta’s top radio stations

Jan 29 2021 Share

A survey published by the Broadcasting Authority which was carried out between the 14th and 20th December has revealed a number of statistics with regards to Malta’s media usage, covering TV, radio and online.

In terms of radio, the BA revealed 89.7 Bay as Malta’s most followed radio station with 22% of listeners, with ONE Radio coming in second at 15% of listeners and Vibe being third most followed at 12%.

With regards to local radio programmes, Bay Breakfast with Daniel & Ylenia as favourite with 20% mentioning it, Bonġu Calypso at second with 8% and The Morning Vibe with Abel, JD & Martina at third with 8%.


Lupin Season 2 is coming to Netflix in 2021

Jan 29 2021 Share

Mark your calendars for summer 2021 as Netflix has announced that Omar Sy will return as master thief Assane Diop in Season 2 of Lupin.

Netflix’s Twitter for ‘Strong Black Lead’ left a tweet with Season 2’s poster after the hit series rose to Netflix’s number 1 spot in 10 countries and became somewhat of a cultural phenomenon worldwide.

We’re not giving out any spoilers but what we can tell you is that the HYPE is REAL.


Not the appropriate time for fans’ return to stadiums, Prof. Gauci says

Jan 29 2021 Share

The Superintendent for Public Health, Professor Charmaine Gauci has stated that it is not the appropriate time for authorities to allow the return of fans to local stadiums.

In a response during today’s health bulletin, Prof. Gauci expressed disagreement with the South End Core’s proposal to allow football fans limited entry as part of trial.

She went on to state that the authorities must first monitor Malta’s inoculation process, then decide whether or not it is safe to allow fan attendance during football games.