Daily Archives: September 18, 2020

THE OFFICE OF THE PRINCIPAL PERMANENT SECRETARY: Start of Public Service Week 2020

Public Service Week 2020 kicked off today, themed “Servizz Pubbliku Dejjem Mieghek”. In a press conference marking the opening, Principal Permanent Secretary Mario Cutajar launched a publication about the work of the Public Service over the last twelve…

THE MINISTRY FOR THE ENVIRONMENT, CLIMATE CHANGE AND PLANNING: The government to continue increasing its recycling performance by exporting metal and aluminium

Following the success of the new recycling line at the Sant’Antnin complex and the export of 6,550 tonnes of glass, the government, through WasteServ, continues to show its determination at improving its recycling performance. A large scale recycling o…

THE OFFICE OF THE PRIME MINISTER: Prime Minister Robert Abela visits the state-of-the-art maritime training facility MaritimeMT

Prime Minister Robert Abela visited the state-of-the-art educational institute MaritimeMT in Hal Far. Minister responsible for maritime Ian Borg accompanied the Prime Minister.MaritimeMT was built with an investment of €4 million by the Mediterranean M…

Denmark Imposes New COVID-19 Restrictions as Virus Cases Surge

Denmark’s prime minister announced Friday new COVID-19-related restrictions after a resurgence of coronavirus infections in recent weeks. At a news conference in Copenhagen, Prime Minister Mette Frederiksen said Denmark will lower the limit on public g…

Survey: Almost Half of Americans Say ‘No’ To COVID Vaccine If Available Today

Nearly half of Americans, or 49%, said they definitely or probably would not get an inoculation if a coronavirus were available today, while 51% said they would, according to a Pew Research Center poll conducted earlier this month.The 49% who lean towa…