Berisha: We will start the “name and shame” practice. The protests will continue until the triumph

12:35 10/02/2023 The chairman of the Democratic Party, Sali Berisha, held the weekly conference with journalists. The Chief Democrat said that all variants are possible after being asked if the PD will lead the protest on February 11 or if it will be led. According to Berisha, Saturday’s rally is the beginning of a revolution … Read more

Rama analysis with the ministers, journalist Zotka: The meeting will continue tomorrow

16:44 04/01/2023 The Prime Minister of the country Edi Rama has gathered the ministers in “Vila 30” in an informal meeting. In a direct link to the news edition on TV Klan, journalist Elja Zotka reported that this meeting is a format that the prime minister has been practicing since 2012. Zotka emphasized that in … Read more

Rama: We will continue to raise salaries for doctors and nurses

18:40 17/12/2022 Salaries for doctors and nurses will continue to rise. This is what Prime Minister Edi Rama declared during a reception organized with the employees of the health system. The head of the government said that from the day the socialists took power until now, salaries for this sector have increased by about 70%, … Read more

Berisha: The University Union has decided to end the boycott, but to continue the battle

12:24 07/11/2022 The Chairman of the Democratic Party, Sali Berisha, in a statement to the media, welcomed the University Union. During his speech, the chief democrat said that the teachers have stopped the boycott, but will continue the battle. Berisha, on behalf of the Democratic Party, has expressed full support for the union of the … Read more

Defiant mourners continue to travel to Buckingham Palace to pay respects to Prince Philip

Mourners defied public health advice to stay at home and continued to lay flowers for Prince Philip at royal palaces through the night and from dawn today as Britain marks his death at the age of 99. The bouquets, flowers, cards, Union Flags and balloons are being moved away by staff almost as soon as … Read more

Jesinta Franklin’s husband Buddy stars as the Sydney Swans continue golden start to season

Jesinta Franklin’s husband Buddy stars as the Sydney Swans continue golden start to season – just weeks after welcoming their newborn son By Australian Associated Press and Daily Mail Reporter Published: 00:21 BST, 9 April 2021 | Updated: 02:01 BST, 9 April 2021 Jesinta Franklin’s AFL star husband Buddy has led the Sydney Swans to … Read more

Married At First Sight’s ‘secret girlfriend’ saga to continue at the final dinner party

Married At First Sight’s ‘secret girlfriend’ saga is to continue at the final dinner party on Sunday night’s episode. A dramatic new trailer for the show sees heartbroken bride Melissa Rawson, 31, wiping away tears as she’s confronted with the latest shock development. The entire table is left stunned when Rebecca Zemek calls Bryce Ruthven’s … Read more

Covid lockdown England: Use of face masks in classrooms could continue until the end of 2021

Face coverings in secondary school classrooms could remain in place until the end of the year after the Government came under pressure not to ‘rush into’ removing the mask mandate from five major unions.¬† Officials at the Department for Education (DfE) said secondary pupils in England should wear masks when they return to school for … Read more

Putin’s critic Navalny vows to continue hunger strike as TB sweeps through penal colony

Jailed Kremlin critic Alexei Navalny has vowed to continue a hunger strike despite suffering from a heavy cough and fever as he claimed inmates in his Russian prison ward were being treated¬†in hospital for tuberculosis. Vladimir Putin‘s biggest opponent, 44, has vowed to continue a hunger strike he launched last week demanding adequate medical treatment … Read more

Work from home guidance and social distancing rules could continue PAST ‘freedom day’ June 21

Work from home guidance and social distancing rules could continue PAST ‘freedom day’ June 21 amid warnings easing might depend on use of ‘Covid passports’ By David Wilcock, Whitehall Correspondent For Mailonline Published: 17:32 BST, 5 April 2021 | Updated: 17:42 BST, 5 April 2021 Ministers have raised the prospect of some social distancing and … Read more