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73 year old grievously injured after being hit by car in Marsa

73 year old grievously injured after being hit by car in Marsa
Jan 23 2023 Share

A 73-year-old man resident of Marsa had to be taken Mater Dei Hospital yesterday at around 2100hrs due to a traffic accident which occurred in Triq Patri Magri, Marsa. 

Preliminary investigations showed how the man had been hit by a Toyota Vitz driven by a 21-year-old man from Ħal Tarxien. 

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The victim was given aid by a medical team and later transported to the hospital. He was later certified as having suffered grievous injuries. Police investigations are ongoing. 

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The Rolling Stones share Shaun Farrugia’s mashup cover

The Rolling Stones share Shaun Farrugia’s mashup cover
Jan 23 2023 Share

After Shaun Farrugia celebrated ‘The Rolling Stones’ officially joining TikTok after having opened an account around 3 days ago, the world renowned music band shared the Maltese artist’s mashup to their Instagram feed.

With an account boasting 3.4 million, ‘The Rolling Stones’ clearly enjoyed the welcome by Farrugia as he gave his spin to their two songs ‘Wild Horses’ and ‘(I Can’t Get No) Satisfaction’. 

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The band’s TikTok has already garnered 238.4K followers in the few days they’ve been active on the famous platform, with some of their videos already racking millions of views. 

Having formed in London in 1962, the band has been active for over six decades and remain one of the most popular and enduring bands of the rock era. And who knows – maybe Shaun’s little welcome could see him working alongside more than just Martin Garrix. 

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World renowned Italian chef Bruno Barbieri dines in Malta

World renowned Italian chef Bruno Barbieri dines in Malta
Jan 23 2023 Share

With his restaurants having won up to 7 Michelin Stars, renowned Italian chef, television personality and writer Bruno Barbieri has made his way to Malta to dine in some of the island’s best food spots.

The chef will be spending an entire week on the island and will be filming his popular Italian TV show “4 Hotel”. 

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The show will see four hotels competing to showcase their superior hospitality and service, with Barbieri evaluating and judging the hotels’ skills. 

Barbieri became a household name in Italy as a judge on the popular cooking show “MasterChef Italia” and later as host of the food and travel show “4 Hotel”.

He is no stranger to Malta, having visited on several occasions in the past. This includes a trip to aid in the opening and development of Upperfood, a premium Italian food shop, where CEO Fabrizio Crimi was the first one to bring him to Malta for the creation of this concept store.

He is a recognisable face to the public of the Belpaese, thanks to the success he obtained as a judge of the popular cooking program “MasterChef Italia”. 

Filming of “4 Hotel” in Malta, which was made possible thanks to the support of VisitMalta, will end on Friday 27th January, closing off with an event bringing together starred chefs from both Malta and Italy. 

Barbieri will meet fans at an exclusive end of shooting celebration party, organised by Life Events, the leading Event company in Malta, led by Simone Neri. 

Star chef Marvin Gauci is expected to participate in the event, which makes this a must attend for food and entertaining enthusiasts. 

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Three more acts officially move to Malta’s Got Talent Finals

Three more acts officially move to Malta's Got Talent Finals
Jan 23 2023 Share

Another episode of Malta’s Got Talent Semifinals has just aired and we have our three new finalists revealed! 

After a night full of some of the best the competition had to offer, the first act to compromise the new trio of finalists was Guitar Projects. As an ensemble of guitar rocking youth, the group made the entire audience chant along with them as they closed it off with The Beatles’ ‘Hey Jude’.

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Next in line was Bettina Farrugia, who artistically evolved as Beth, who took spectators for a journey with a self-composed orchestral piece. Beth made sure to remind us all why Gordon hit that Golden Buzzer during the audition phase.

And last but not least, and after a close shave with the also immensely talented Michael Schembri and his rapid Rubik’s Cube solving, were United Performers. The dance group, comprised of various dancers from all styles, schools and backgrounds, filled the stage with colour and music. 

Suffice to say however how the second semifinal contestants all brought their A-Game, with various standouts throughout the night. These included Aiden Cohen’s original song and Mishel’s heartfelt performance with her daughter. 

Dancer Aliyah also filled the stage, despite being a solo act, along with Salvatore Iacona’s voice filling the room. Dale van Rein’s quick card tricks left the judges baffled and Malta BMX had them peering off the panel as they flipped over live bodies and flames. 

Will you be watching next week?

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