December 21, 2022

THE MINISTRY FOR THE ENVIRONMENT, ENERGY AND ENTERPRISE 4,000sqm site at Romeo Romano Garden reopened to the public

The first phase of the restoration project led by GreenServ in Ġnien Romeo Romano in Santa Venera has been inaugurated by Minister for the Environment, Energy and Enterprise Miriam Dalli.   This part of the garden, previously inaccessible to the public, will be adding around 4,000 square meters to the open space in the heart of this urban area. The restoration works sought to make this part of the garden accessible and safe for visitors.   The project included a children’s playground and two decking areas, planned to sustainably integrate the history of this garden while retaining its large number


What Kind of Leader Does Twitter Need?

If not Elon, then who? That’s a question many are contemplating since Elon Musk, Twitter’s CEO, said this week he was actively looking for a new leader to run the social media network. Musk’s proclamation comes after more than 10 million respondents said in a Musk-created Twitter poll that he should resign. Musk followed up with a tweet that he would resign as soon as he found someone “foolish enough to take the job.” It was one of many twists in the company’s chaotic restructuring since Musk took over in late October, a period that has included mass layoffs and


Experts: How China Reports COVID19 Deaths Keeps Total Low

  As Chinese social media circulated photos and videos showing crowded fever clinics and people lining up outside of hospitals, China’s National Health Commission (NHC) reported no new COVID-related deaths on Wednesday and 3,101 new confirmed cases nationwide. The day before, the NHC reported seven deaths in total over the first two days of recording all COVID deaths in the nation of 1.4 billion people. A person working in a crematorium in Beijing who requested anonymity due to the sensitivity of the situation told VOA Mandarin on December 21 that the wait list for cremations is stretching into January. The