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Another day of Nadur spontaneous Carnival celebrations!

 - Local - Feb 20 SHARE ON:
Nadur Spontaneous Carnival

Here are some shots from night three last of the Nadur Spontaneous Carnival celebrations.

Creative costumes, an unforgettable musical lineup and all-around festivity, the Nadur Carnival proved to be a massive success over the weekend – but it’s not all over just yet!

The jubilation saw thousands of Gozitans, Maltese and even foreigners heading down to Gozo’s Nadur to spend time with friends, make memories and let loose after up to two years of the carnival’s absence.


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Floats paraded through the streets of Gozo, each with its own theme, as attendees showed off their ingenuity in creating their own costumes.

The weekend celebrations were a collaboration between the Nadur Local Council, The Ministry of Gozo, G7 Events and MaltaDaily.

We hope everyone enjoyed and stayed safe, and hope to see you all next year!


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Roberta Metsola features on popular Spanish magazine ELLE

 - International - Feb 19 SHARE ON:

European Parliament President, Roberta Metsola, took to social media to share her thoughts on the latest edition of Elle Spain, in which she features on the front page.

In the post, the Maltese MEP discusses her belief in the responsibility we have to make it easier for young women and what can be done to create a fairer and more equal society.

Metsola reflects on her own experience growing up as a proud Maltese, and how being a part of the European Union has allowed Malta and Gozo to expand beyond their geography. She notes that the EU has given young people the ability to dream and realize their potential, and has contributed to the success of Malta and other member states.

Despite acknowledging the failings and frustrations of the EU, Metsola still believes that it is the most successful political project in modern history. She believes that Europe can be even better than it is now and hopes to see continued progress in the future.

Metsola’s words are a powerful reminder of the responsibility we have to create a fair and equal society for all. It is important to recognize the progress that has been made, while also acknowledging that there is still much work to be done.

In particular, her emphasis on the potential of young people is an important message. The youth are the future of our society and it is vital that we provide them with the tools and resources they need to succeed. By creating a more equal and inclusive society, we can ensure that all young people have the opportunity to realize their potential.

Moreover, Metsola’s affirmation of the EU as a political project is important. While it is easy to focus on the shortcomings of political institutions, it is crucial to remember the positive impact that they have had. The EU has contributed to peace and prosperity in Europe, and it is important to continue working towards a better future for all.


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The Busker confirms that the winning song will not change

 - Local - Feb 19 SHARE ON:

The Busker, confirmed that they will perform their winning song, “Dance (Our Own Party),” at the upcoming Eurovision Song Contest in Liverpool in May.

The song garnered 121 points overall and won the 2023 Malta Eurovision Song Contest, beating out other songs such as “In the Silence” by Ryan Hili and “Up” by Matt Blxck.

Despite uncertainty about which song they would perform at Eurovision, The Busker confirmed with @timesofmalta that they will not change their winning song. 

Drummer Jean-Paul Borg stated that “the song will remain the same, with some production enhancement to the track.”

This means that, this time, Malta will be represented with the actual Malta Eurovision winning song. This has been considered as good news by local Eurovision fans who have always voice their opinion in such scenarios.


More than 25,000 people celebrated carnival in Nadur last night

 - Art - Feb 19 SHARE ON:

The small town of Nadur has once again become the center of attention following the success of its spontaneous carnival celebrations. This year’s Saturday event organised by the Local Council, the Ministry for Gozo, G7 Events and Malta Daily, was particularly successful, with more than 25,000 people descending on the town to take part in the festivities.

The spontaneous carnival in Nadur is a unique event that draws visitors from all over the world to experience the vibrant atmosphere, colorful costumes, and the impressive floats that take to the streets. This year’s event was no exception, with a record-breaking number of attendees coming to witness the spectacle.

This year’s carnival saw a vast array of floats, each one more impressive than the last. The floats were all created by local residents and groups, who spent months preparing for the event. The colorful floats, costumes, and people, were a testament to the creativity and artistic talent of people from Malta, Gozo and abroad.

The local authorities were well prepared for the influx of visitors. The Nadur Local Council played a crucial role in ensuring that the event was a success, working closely with the Ministry, G7 Events, and Malta Daily, to provide the necessary support and infrastructure.

The success of this year’s carnival is a testament to the passion and commitment of the organisers, who worked tirelessly to create an event that truly showcases unique culture and spirit. The event has become a highlight of the cultural calendar, not just for the town of Nadur, but for the entire island of Gozo.

In conclusion, the spontaneous carnival celebrations in Nadur have once again proven to be a great success, attracting a record-breaking number of visitors and showcasing the town’s unique culture and spirit. The event was a true reflection of the creativity and passion of the people of Nadur, and is a testament to the success that can be achieved through collaboration between the community and local authorities.

We look forward to next year!


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