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560 vehicles stopped during Christmas roadblocks

 - Local - Dec 26 SHARE ON:
560 vehicles stopped during Christmas roadblocks

It was revealed by the Malta Police Force and the Armed Forces of Malta that around 560 vehicles were stopped during roadblocks in various locations around Malta and Gozo. 

Inspections were carried out, aiming at checking regulations when it comes to driving without licenses or a valid license, driving without seatbelts, driving whilst under the influence of alcohol, vehicles with tinted windows and other possible dangers to commuters on the road. 

The police and armed forces extended their thanks to the public for following the rules of the road and helping to keep them safe. 

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Patients return to Gozo Hospital after fire evacuation

 - Local - Dec 26 SHARE ON:
Patients return to Gozo Hospital after fire evacuation

Patients were returned to the Gozo General Hospital after they had evacuated on Sunday evening due to a fire which broke out in an IT room. 

The fire was controlled by the Civil Protection Department, with no injuries being reported due to the incidents. 

Times of Malta reported that the fire broke out at around 9pm, with 59 patients having to be evacuated. 

With five fire tenders deployed by the CPD, the fire was found to have broken out from the IT room of one of the hospital wards. Despite the fire being contained to the room, smoke spread to a number of wards and rooms in the adjacent and hospital corridors. 

Minister for Active Ageing Jo Etienne Abela kept the public updated as he established continuous contact with the hospital administration. He went on to thank the front line workers who made sure that no casualties or injuries had taken place. 

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Various donations for Puttinu Cares as Christmas kicks off in Malta

 - News - Dec 24 SHARE ON:
Various donations for Puttinu Cares as Christmas kicks off in Malta

NGO Puttinu Cares welcomed various people and groups who wanted to donate something special for this festive season. 

Ahead of the annual Istrina fundraiser, many others decided to kick off the donations to the NGO who helps many, especially children, in their battle against cancer. 

A group of people from Qormi donated a large sum of €1,040 to Puttinu and they did it in Christmas costumes – featuring Santa Claus, Ms. Claus and an elf!

But they weren’t the only ones donating to the NGO as Gwen’s Cooking Club also donated the sum of €1,165 to Puttinu Cares, raising the sum by cooking and selling 50 Christmas Rocky Road Cakes. 

‘It was a difficult week’ said Gwen, ‘As I had to prepare, package and deliver them house by house. I wish to thank the parents from the bottom of my heart for the support and patience they show me.’ 

Such donations are a reminder for many of us to give something special to those in need this Christmas as we can make the holidays at least a little bit better for someone around us. 

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Messi fan tattoos name of player and D10S on his face

 - International - Dec 24 SHARE ON:
Messi fan tattoos name of player and D10S on his face

We’ve seen some crazy tattoos and hairstyles pertaining to the Qatar 2022 World Cup following Argentina’s win. 

However, a Colombian fan of the team’s star player Lionel Messi has gone and usurped all possible stunts to show his love for the team with this insane tattoo. 

 

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Mike Jambs, a social media personality known for his prank videos, has gone and literally tattooed the surname of Lionel Messi on his forehead as well as D10S, a combination of the Spanish word for God and the number 10 on the player’s journey and three stars on both cheeks. 

Jambs documented the painful process on his social media and then went on to ask people in public what they think of his Messi tattoo. 

We commend Jambs for his dedication to Messi and the Argentinian team… 

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Source: Mike Jambs 

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