AIDAN Announces ‘Malta’s Biggest Local Concert’

AIDAN Announces 'Malta's Biggest Local Concert'
Apr 12 2024 Share

Local musician AIDAN is set to perform his debut concert, ‘The Show’, on Friday, 31st May at the MFCC in Ta’ Qali.

The renowned concert spot will welcome one of Malta’s most prolific hit-makers for an exclusive event, described as his only major performance of 2024.

The show will feature AIDAN’s most popular tracks including ‘Naħseb Fik’, ‘Ritmu’, ‘Reġina’, ‘Pupa’, and his current number one hit in Malta, ‘Juliette’, amongst many others.

AIDAN has expressed his excitement about the concert, promising it will be one of the best local shows ever seen in Malta.

Tickets for this much-anticipated one-time event will go on sale from Monday, 15th April at 10 AM, and can be purchased online at www.showshappening.com. Fans can expect a spectacular show that showcases AIDAN’s dynamic performances and hit songs.


Pringles Crocs Collaboration Coming Out Soon

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Iconic shoe company Crocs have done it again this time announcing a collaboration with legendary crisp brand Pringles, to add to their various other wacky collabs this past year.

The two companies have stated that their joint project will give fans of both companies “the chance to match their taste in fashion and food”.



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According to Pringles the collection not only will include the classic clogs that everybody loves but will also include a boot shoe collection adjusted with a holder for your Pringles. Pringles-inspired Jibbitz will also be made available for fans.

The creators behind the mind boggling products stated that “For the first time, the flavour masterminds at Pringles are entering the world of footwear with the leader in innovative casual shoes, Crocs, to deliver the most flavourful collaboration yet – the Pringles x Crocs Collection.

“Bursting with flavour and style, Pringles and Crocs are bringing fans across the globe three limited-edition Pringles-inspired designs in fan-favourite Crocs styles and an array of Pringles-themed Jibbitz charms.

“Each unique pair of Crocs celebrates Mr. P’s iconic looks both past and present so fans can look ‘crisp’ for any occasion.”

The collaboration will officially go on sale next Tuesday 16th April and prices will start at around €17.50.


Elderly Volleyball Game at Casa Antonia Wins Hearts

Wholesome Volleyball Game at Casa Antonia Wins Hearts
Apr 12 2024 Share

At Casa Antonia, a privately owned nursing home in Balzan, a heartwarming scene took place as a group of elderly residents gathered for a game of volleyball.

The home, known for its community atmosphere, recently shared a video reel of these spirited seniors engaging in the sport. The video, capturing them enjoying each other’s company and staying active, quickly resonated with viewers online.

The reel has amassed thousands of likes and views, sparking a wave of positive reactions across social media. Many viewers were moved by the sight of the elderly residents having fun and staying physically active, taking to the comments section to send their blessings and congratulations to the participants.

Casa Antonia regularly posts such wholesome content, showcasing the various activities that keep their residents entertained and socially engaged.


David Casa Calls Out Labour Party’s ‘Mixed Messages on Abortion

David Casa Calls Out Labour Party's Mixed Messages on Abortion
Apr 12 2024 Share

Nationalist Party MEP David Casa has recently taken to social media to criticise the Labour Party’s stance on abortion in Malta. In a recent video, Casa accused the Labour Party of “deception and inconsistency” in their approach.

He pointed out that while the Labour Party has publicly opposed abortion in Malta, a resolution was signed by a representative of the same party, with only half of the Labour delegation voted against this resolution.

Casa emphasised that the Nationalist Party firmly opposes abortion and challenged the Labour Party to clarify its true intentions regarding this issue.

The PN & EPP MEP expressed his concerns about the Labour Party’s mixed messages and is awaiting an explanation from the Prime Minister. He questioned whether the Prime Minister was aware that only half of his party’s delegation opposed the resolution.

In another post, Casa reiterated that abortion should remain a national competency and proudly stated his vote against the measures supported by a Labour Party representative. He calls for greater transparency from the Labour Party on their actual agenda concerning abortion.

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