Showing posts from November, 2022


True Crime Tales with Cosette | The mysterious death of Kevin Camilleri

Hello everyone! Today I will look at another true crime tale from Malta. So sit back as I recount the story of  the mysterious death of Kevin Camilleri . Kevin Camilleri was a 31-year-old man living with his mother in an apartment in Qormi when he was killed by a homemade bomb. But one question persists; Was Kevin murdered or did he make the bomb himself? Was his death a tragic accident? I couldn't find much information about this case, other than a small mention in the book  Delitti f'Malta  by Edward Attard and one news article, so that is the main source for this article. You can find the article, in Maltese, linked below. Police outside the victim's apartment building at  Triq il-Fontanier , Qormi So, who was Kevin Camilleri? Kevin was born in the late 1960s. Very little seems to be known about his life before the incident other than, his criminal history. In fact, Camilleri was a suspect in the murder of Joe Borg, a night watchman, who was shot dead by three armed thie

Weekly recap 21 - 27 November

  Hello everyone, happy Sunday! I hope you had a wonderful week and are having a great weekend. We're having a rainy weekend here in Malta, and the temperature finally dropped below 20°C. Now it feels like autumn! If you have been too busy to read my blog, in this post, I will recap the articles I published this past week, so you can catch up.  On Monday, I published an article titled   Eleven ways to stop a toothache quickly . In this post, I shared   a few  home remedies  that may provide relief from the discomfort of an aching tooth. Then, on Wednesday, I published  Ways to stay healthy this flu season , an article in which I   shared simple steps you can take, to protect yourself and help  prevent the spread of the flu .   (links below) Read... Eleven (11) ways to stop a toothache quickly Ways to stay healthy this flu season I'm planning to post a couple of  YouTube  videos this coming week. So, subscribe to my  YouTube  channels if you haven't already!

Ways to stay healthy this flu season

Hello everyone! Seasonal influenza (flu) viruses typically circulate in the autumn and winter months; during what’s known as  the flu season . The exact timing of the flu season varies, but it usually peaks between December and February.  Here’s what you can do to stay healthy... Image by Freepik These are simple steps you can take to protect yourself and help prevent the spread of the flu: Wash your hands regularly with soap and water or use a hand sanitiser. Wear a mask in crowded spaces, such as public transport. Avoid touching your eyes, nose and mouth. Avoid sharing food, drinking glasses and eating utensils. Regularly disinfect your home and belongings, such as doorknobs, light switches, etc. Stay home if you are unwell to prevent the spread of germs. Stay home for at least 24 hours after the fever goes down unless you need medical care. Cover your mouth and nose when coughing or sneezing with a tissue, sleeve or elbow. Practice healthy habits: Get plenty of sleep, be physically