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Altercations in Parliament

 - Local - Mar 19 SHARE ON:
Altercations in Parliament

During the past hours, PN MP Rebekah Borg claimed that a Labour MP, filmed what was happening in Parliament and that another PL MP, for some reason pushed her out of the way whilst she was filming.

@netnewsmalta MP Rebekah Borg reveals what happened Thursday in Parliament 🗣️ #malta #maltatiktok #foryou #fyp #maltagov #robertabela #netlive #debate #parliament #steward #vitals ♬ original sound – Net News Malta

After this serious statement and allegation made by Rebekah Borg, Labour newspaper ‘Kulhadd’ and One News published what looks like photos taken by someone from the PL side of Parliament.

These photos seem to confirm Rebekah Borg’s claim but also shed light on heated arguments that took place in Parliament when the Parliament TV cameras were off.

No official statement has yet been published by either party or by Parliament about the matter.

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Photo/Video Credit: One News / KullHadd / Net News.

Malta Unveils First-Ever Handball Pavilion in €2.5 Million Project

 - Sports - Mar 19 SHARE ON:
Malta Unveils First-Ever Handball Pavilion in €2.5 Million Project

Malta now has its very first handball pavilion, designed specifically for this sport. The pavilion, located in Ħamrun’s Maria Assunta sport complex, was inaugurated by Sport Minister Clifton Grima and is named after Louis Borg. The project cost €2.5 million and has a seating capacity of 155 spectators.

The investment in the handball pavilion and the Maria Assunta sport complex is part of the government’s efforts to improve sports facilities in Malta. Minister Grima said that the facilities aim to attract investment to the country and bring the sport industry to new heights. The complex also includes the first Snooker Academy in Malta and a football pitch, with plans to add more facilities such as a pavilion for various sports, a table football hall, and a boċċi game hall.

 

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Animal Rights Activists March in Valletta Demanding Ban of Horse-Drawn Carriages

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Animal Rights Activists March in Valletta Demanding Ban of Horse-Drawn Carriages

Animal Liberation Malta organised a protest march in Valletta to ban karozzini, horse-drawn carriages that are primarily used for tourist attractions. The activists marched from The Mall Floriana to Castille Square, chanting slogans like “You ride – they die”.

Animal Liberation Malta opposes karozzini because they believe that there is no need for them in a fully motorised world. Cities around the world, including Montreal, Barcelona, Prague, Melbourne, Chicago, Salt Lake City, and Palma de Mallorca, have already banned horse-drawn carriages. Palma de Mallorca has announced a ban that will come into effect in 2024 and intends to replace all horse-drawn carriages with electric carriages.

Animal Liberation Malta proposes that Transport Malta should issue a special grant for cabby drivers to switch to electric carriages, and no new licenses for cabby drivers should be issued. Existing horses will be allowed to continue working, but upon retirement, cabby owners should switch to electric options. Animal Liberation Malta also suggests that all other horse-drawn carriages, including horse-drawn hearses, should be banned.

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Penises are growing at an alarming rate new study suggests

 - Lifestyle - Mar 19 SHARE ON:
Penises are growing at an alarming rate new study suggests

Scientists from Stanford University and several universities in Italy have found that the average length of an erect penis has increased by just over an inch, or almost 25%, over the past 30 years. The study looked at data from 55,761 adult men and found that the average erection length increased from 4.8 inches to 6 inches.

Researchers were surprised by the findings as they expected a decline in penis length, along with lower sperm counts and testosterone levels. The study also disproves previous research that suggested that penis sizes were decreasing.

The cause of this increase in penis length is not clear, but researchers are concerned about such a significant change in a short period. It’s important to note that the study has limitations, and further research is needed to confirm these findings.

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