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Association for Abandoned Animals Shares Wholesome Video of Overjoyed Dogs

 - Local - Aug 25 2023 SHARE ON:

A recent video shared by the the Association for Abandoned Animals (AAA) showing a pack of overjoyed dogs in the present of the sanctuary volunteers will put a smile on your face no matter what kind of day you are having.

 

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Pups of all shapes and sizes can be seen wagging their tails and lifting their ears in an absolute moment of pure happiness for animals who would have otherwise met a more challenging fate were it not for the voluntary organisation.

The AAA is a voluntary registered non-governmental organisation in Hal Far Road, Birzebbuga which currently hosts around 80 previously-abandoned dogs.

Anyone wishing to contribute to the organisation, which works tirelessly to provide a home for abandoned dogs, can do so by donating via PayPal on [email protected], via BOV Mobile App on 79730921 or by sending an SMS to one of the following numbers:

  • 50617350 – €2.33
  • 50618060 – €4.66
  • 50618910 – €6.99
  • 50619200 – €11.66

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Father Coaches Alongside Son in Melita F.C. Match Versus Palermo

 - Local - Aug 25 2023 SHARE ON:

On Thursday evening, Malta’s very own Melita F.C. took on Serie B side Palermo in an intense pre-season friendly, but a truly interesting takeaway from the match-up is the fact that the Maltese-side was coached by father-son duo Clive & Matthew Mizzi.

In an important occasion for Melita F.C., the local side headed to Stadio Renzo Barbera in Palermo for an international friendly against the Rosaneri.

Calling the opportunity “a dream came true”, coach Clive Mizzi shared a photo of himself alongside son Matthew Mizzi as they watched along Melita’s performance, paired with an old photo, presumably from years ago when Matthew started his footballing journey.

The game ultimately came to a close with a score of 5-1 in favour of Palermo, with the friendly serving as a great opportunity of exposure for the coaches and the team.

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“Jesus is Watching You”, Robbie Williams Tells Catholic Institute Roof Spectators

 - Events - Aug 25 2023 SHARE ON:
"Jesus is Watching You", Robbie Williams Tells Catholic Institute Roof Spectators

In a hilarious moment during yesterday’s Robbie Williams concert at Fosos, the British pop icon engaged in a hilarious conversation with spectators who watched along from the roof of Floriana’s Catholic Institute.

 

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“I’ve been made aware that all of those people on the balcony up there… none of them have paid for their tickets”, Williams stated before making way to a chorus of boos.

Jokingly playing along with the high-altitude spectators, Robbie invited the crowd to tell them to “buy their own f*cking tickets” before shining a light on the fact that the building is actually a Catholic institution.

“You’re watching me, but Jesus is watching you”, Robbie told the spectators before reeling it back and telling them to enjoy the show! All in good fun, the British pop icon continued his spectacular concert as tens of thousands sung along to the artist’s greatest hits.

Did you attend the concert?

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Crowd Goes Wild as Robbie Williams is Gifted Malta National Team Kit

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Crowd Goes Wild as Robbie Williams is Gifted Malta National Team Kit

At this point, saying Thursday evening’s Robbie Williams concert was a jam-packed show simply goes without saying, but the show was also a celebration of all things Maltese.

 

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From a heart-warming interaction with Maltese superfan Priscilla to telling the crowd on the Catholic Institution’s roof that “Jesus is watching them”, Robbie celebrated Malta as Robbie knows how but a truly emotional moment for the island came when he was gifted the Maltese national team kit and lifted it up in the air as he sang ‘Angels’.

In a video sent to Malta Daily, local fan Mandy Galea shared some up close and personal footage of her throwing the shirt to Robbie before telling him “Open it Rob!”

A typically Maltese moment and heart-warming one at that, yesterday’s concert was definitely one to remember.

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