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Brother against brother on the field. World Cup-winning teammates against each other on the touchline. Family ties and personal history were integral threads in the regional derby between Napoli and Benevento in Serie A on Sunday. Lorenzo and Roberto Insigne each scored and Gennaro Gattuso’s Napoli got the better of Filippo Inzaghi’s Benevento in a 2-1 win. It was the first time that the Insigne brothers had played against each other and they accounted for the opening goals. Younger brother Roberto Insigne, who began his career in Napoli’s youth system, scored first from close range after being set up by Gianluca Lapadula on the half-hour mark to put Benevento ahead. “I’m very, very happy but I’m really sorry to score my first goal in Serie.
For the first time in more than half a century, England’s top division is without an unbeaten team after six rounds of games. Everton was the last side to relinquish its undefeated record in this most unpredictable of seasons, though the 2-0 loss at Southampton didn’t knock Carlo Ancelotti’s side off the top of the standings on Sunday. That’s pretty much all Ancelotti will be able to take from an unconvincing display at St. Mary’s that highlighted the lack of depth in the squad of the unlikely league leaders with some key players missing through suspension and injury. Lucas Digne, the adventurous left back so vital to Everton’s attacking game, is another player who will be missing for the foreseeable future after getting sent off for landin.
A planning application that would see the construction of a new Chinese embassy in Pembroke is set to be decided by the Planning Authority on Thursday. The application would see the construction of a 19,115 sqm embassy complex. The site, on Triq Suffolk, is located within Pembroke’s development zone and is, according to the application, currently ‘vacant land’. However plans for the site, and even the case officer’s report that would normally accompany applications detailing information about the proposal in relation to planning policies, are not public. The Malta Independent asked the Planning Authority about this situation, however was told: “As you are aware this application concerns an embassy complex. The applicant (the Chinese Governm.
Italy's leader imposed at least a month of new restrictions across the country Sunday to fight rising coronavirus infections, shutting down gyms, pools and movie theaters, putting an early curfew on cafes and restaurants and mandating that people keep wearing masks outdoors. Worried about crippling Italy's stagnant economy, especially after 10 weeks of a severe lockdown earlier in the pandemic, Italian Premier Giuseppe Conte opted against another heavy nationwide lockdown.
Archbishop Charles Scicluna on Sunday did not mince his words when dealing with usury, saying that people abusing of others through loans were causing so much distress to others. In his homily during the weekly Sunday Mass, which was shown on TV, Scicluna said there were people who were charging 20 or 30 per cent for the money they loan, giving the borrowers little time to pay their exorbitant dues and pushing them towards the edge. The archbishop said: "You will be accountable to God for bringing people to the brink of collapse.
Prime Minister Robert Abela said that this is a moment of national unity, "and that is what the budget represents.". The Prime Minister was addressing a political activity in Victoria, Gozo, where he spoke of the 2021 budget and the Covid-19 situation. He looked back over the past nine months of the Covid-19 pandemic. He said that Last week was meant to be his first budget, but in reality it was his fourth this year, referring to the Covid-19 support measures the government introduced since March. He said that the government saved 100,000 jobs through the measures it introduced. "We introduced one measure after another... and today we have the lowest unemployment rate in the Eurozone.". "Where everyone expected our economy to fail, we introduc.
The FKNK has said that a man was attacked by a foreign couple while legally trapping in Gozo. The lobby said that BirdLife Malta was intensifying its provocation, "even through the aid of their foreign friends like CABS," of hunters and trappers now that the trapping season and recently announced research exercises had opened. Trappers are allowed to trap protected songbirds as part of a study on their migration habits after a government decision on the matter was made.
Politicians do not need to be praised for doing the right thing as it is their job to do so, Opposition leader Bernard Grech said in reaction to reports and editorials in the media stating that the Nationalist party's reaction to Budget 2021 was too negative. Last week, the government announced the budget for the upcoming year which was met with a mix of reactions from people and stakeholders working in different sectors.
125 new cases of Covid-19 were announced by the health authorities on Sunday, while 89 patients recovered. This brings the total number of active Covid-19 cases up to 1,880. In total, there have been 51 deaths and 3,567 people have recovered. The total number of cases since the pandemic reached Malta last March now stands at 5,498. The authorities said that between Saturday and Sunday 3,285 swab tests were carried out, bringing the total number of tests conducted since the beginning of the pandemic up to 317,904. The cases announced on Sunday are still being investigated, however the authorities gave an overview of the cases that were announced on Saturday. From Saturday's cases, 46 were family members of previous cases, six were contacts o.
It was fifteen minutes past one when Ibrahim Ali Al Shawesh, a Libyan businessman, turned onto the Sliema front on what was a quiet, sunny October afternoon. Shopping bags in hand, Al Shawesh made his way to the well-known Diplomat Hotel, where he was staying. It was then that the idyllic mid-afternoon peace was shattered. A man in a bandana walked up to Al Shawesh, shot him five times in the head, sprinted around the corner and hopped onto a motorcycle which an accomplice blustered into life and rode off on. Al Shawesh, probably dead before he hit the ground, was left lying in a pool of his own blood on the Sliema pavement, practically at the doorstep of the hotel he was staying at. On that day, Thursday 26 October 1995, few could have for.
Almost one fifth of the Members of Parliament who started this legislature will not be sitting in the House of Representatives when the last session will be held before parliament is dissolved ahead of the next general election; or else they will be present but under different circumstances than when the House convened the first time on 24 June 2017. In the last three and a half years, there have been nine resignations, three changes of party allegiance and one death – a total of 13 of the 67 MPs. Added to this, for the first time in history both major political parties changed their leader in the same legislature (the Nationalist Party did so twice), meaning that both the Prime Minister and the Opposition Leader will be taking their party
2020 will be a year that will be long remembered. Whereas in the first two months we were striving forward, in March we faced an unexpected shock. Instead of reacting passively, the Maltese proudly rose to the challenge. Employers did not close shop. Workers supported their employers. Stakeholders came up with rapid and workable solutions. The war chest accumulated in years past was utilised well. The wage supplement saved half of private sector jobs. The vouchers replaced the spending of thousands of tourists who could not visit. Firms were allowed to defer taxes while Government provided guarantees for hundreds of millions in subsidised loans. For the last four months, while unemployment continued to rise inexorably in Europe, in Malta a
The Malta Union of Midwives and Nurses (MUMN) is "alarmed and seriously preoccupied that the patients in Mater Dei Hospital's ITU are increasing exponentially.". In a statement, the union said that on Sunday morning, 15 Covid positive patients are in the intensive care unit compared to last week where there were only 6 Covid-19 patients. "Mater Dei Hospital (MDH) management, righty so, increased the staff in the ITU by deploying more nurses from the relieving pool. This implies that with the depletion of nurses from the relief pool, MDH does not have enough nurses to open new areas if the admissions to MDH continue to increase.". "Such depletion of nurses from the relief pool placed MDH management in such a position that no nurses are availab.
An 82-year-old man has passed away with Covid-19, the Health Ministry said in a statement. The man was taken to Mater Dei Hospital on 30 September, and he tested negative. Due to having Covid-19 symptoms, he was againt ested after passing away and found positive. "The man suffered from other chronic conditions." The health ministry expressed its condolences and urged everyone to follow the Covid-19 guidelines. All deaths related to Covid-19 so far. Wednesday 8 April - Woman, 92, Gozo General Hospital. Thursday 9 April - Man, 79, Karin Grech Hospital. Saturday 11 April - Man, 84, Mater Dei Hospital. Saturday 25 April - Woman, 96, Mater Dei Hospital. Tuesday 5 May - Man, 81, Karin Grech Hospital. Wednesday 13 May - Man, 53, Mater Dei Hospital. Wedne.
Health Minister Chris Fearne painted a bleak picture as Malta battles against the Coronavirus pandemic, saying that the number of cases is expected to rise even further in the next few months. Malta has seen an exponential increase in the past weeks, with cases climbing beyond 5,000 while active cases continue to shoot up, reaching more than 1,700 when, in mid-July, they had been whittled down to just three. Interviewed by The Malta Independent, Fearne insists that the situation is still under control, saying that it was predicted in early summer that there would have been an increase once the warmer months are over. "The best weapon we had against this virus was social distancing, so we have to keep avoiding crowds.

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