Morning Headlines – Wednesday – L-Orizzont
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L-Orizzont publishes an interview with Benjamin Crisp who speaks about his ambitions of becoming a chef despite suffering from diabetes. The 19-year-old was diagnosed with the condition aged two but said that it will not stop him from fulfilling his dreams. Today is World Diabetes Day.

L-Orizzont picks up an article in last edition of the Central Bank quarterly newsletter which predicts that the economy in Malta is expected to keep the pace, with GDP growing by 5.9 percent in real terms in the second trimester of the year, up from 4.9 percent in the first one for 2018.

L-Orizzont carries comments by Equality and Civil Liberties Minister Helena Dalli who praises the milestone reached by the newly opened Gender Wellbeing Clinic. In another story, the newspaper says the General Workers Union is worried by industrial disagreements in ‘inexistent cases’ in the ambulance garage.

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