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‘You’ Season 3 back in production

 - Culture - Nov 3 SHARE ON:

Following an abrupt halt in production on Season 3 of Netflix’s ‘You’, works have continued as the series’ official Instagram account published a statement saying ‘S3 is back in production.’

The show will pick up where it left off at the end of season 2, revealing a mystery neighbour which will reportedly have a big role in the third season.

Theories are running rampant about the potential but to save everyone the spoilers, we’ll just wait and see what’s in store.

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St. John Malta offering free online first aid courses

 - Local - Nov 3 SHARE ON:

In a world of uncertainty brought forward by the COVID-19 pandemic, St John Malta’s Training Branch will be launching a course of ‘specialised training in first aid’, limited to a maximum of 12 participants. 

‘Conflict Resolution – Addressing Divisions of Identity’ is a collaborative project with the Organisation for Identity and Cultural Development and will be start on November 17th. 

Anyone wanting to participate can register at www.stjohnmalta.org/training/cradi or email [email protected]

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Cardi B calls off divorce from Offset

 - Celebrities - Nov 3 SHARE ON:

After multiple reports of Cardi B’s separation from Offset and her filing for divorce, the female rap star has called off the divorce and withdrawn the relevant documents.

It seems that the 28-year-old has reconciled with her husband, Offset of the Migos.

On an Instagram Live stream, she said “I just be starting to miss him. It’s hard not to talk to your best friend.”

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1,295 fines handed out to people caught not wearing masks

 - COVID-19 - Nov 3 SHARE ON:

From over 2,800 inspections held last week in relation to mask-wearing, 1,295 fines were given out to people caught without a mask in public. 

These fines were given out from Monday 26th October to Sunday 1st November, in a practice which is complementing other measures of enforcement such as works held by the police, the MTA and the health authorities. 

Chief Executive for LESA, Svetlick Flores explained that the community has also taken an active role in assuring the wearing of masks across the board.

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