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Awareness Through Football: Mellieħa Team For Kids With Autism

Awareness Through Football: Mellieħa Team For Kids With Autism
Apr 22 2024 Share

Mellieħa SC Football School has dedicated a unique team for local children with autism, so that they can raise awareness about the spectrum through the love of sport.

‘Awareness is not done in one day, work must be carried out all year round to be celebrated during an awareness month or day.’

The club proudly drives the Autism initiative hoping that this becomes the norm – that is, providing sustained support to individuals on this spectrum.

The coaches, through a video uploaded to social media, explain the aims behind this initiative.

Coach Sherif Sleiman explains how sport can be adapted to help children who were born with the disability, along with the support of SC Chairwoman Margot Cutajar and the parents of the children.

‘Let’s stop treating them differently and provide equal opportunity and access.’

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Pjazza 1902: A New Family Hotspot In Malta!

Apr 22 2024 Share

Introducing Pjazza 1902, the ultimate destination for families in Malta. This vibrant venue offers a range of exciting experiences and amenities that cater to every member of the family.

Food lovers will delight in the diverse offerings at Pjazza 1902’s two food and beverage kiosks. “Brunch Bunch” promises delicious brunch favourites, while “Bottega Vecchiarelli” serves up authentic delicacies from its Salumerija.

Parents can enjoy peace of mind at the centre, DawraDurella, conveniently located on-site. With additional centres in Naxxar and Attard, families can rest assured that their little ones are in safe hands.

Fitness enthusiasts can stay active at the Pembroke Fitness Centre, equipped with everything needed for a rewarding workout session.

For gatherings and events, “il-Venju” multipurpose room provides a versatile space ideal for various activities and occasions.

When hunger strikes, families can dine at “nineteen 02,” a casual restaurant offering an array of mouthwatering dishes.

Kids will have a blast at the two soft play areas and two small outdoor playing areas. Whether it’s zooming down a zip-line or exploring the toddler-friendly amenities, there’s endless fun for the little ones.

Additionally, Pjazza 1902 boasts an indoor 70sqm play area in the basement, ensuring that children can play and explore while parents enjoy dining at the F&B outlets.

Discover the new family hotspot at Pjazza 1902—a place where food, fun, and relaxation come together for an unforgettable experience for all ages.

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Sisters Create Wholesome Video For World Vocations Day

Sisters Create Wholesome Video For World Vocations Day
Apr 22 2024 Share

A wholesome video was uploaded to social media by Centru 16 Plus, which forms part of Sorijiet Agostinjani Servi ta’ Ġesu u Marija (Augustinian Nuns Servants of Jesus and Mary).

The video, in commemoration of Vocations Day, shows two youth leaping over a phone, which transforms them into nuns.

 

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The nuns are then joined by other youth as they enter a holy room to pray together.

Amassing over 4K views on Instagram, the video was made in celebration of April 21st – Vocations Day – which is intended to ‘publicly fulfil the Lord’s instruction to pray the Lord of the harvest to send labourers into said harvest.’

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Sarah Bonnici’s Dad Picks Ħamrun Winning League Over Eurovision Win

Sarah Bonnici's Dad Picks Ħamrun Winning League Over Eurovision Win
Apr 22 2024 Share

Interviewed via video call on Replay (Net Television), Eurovision representative Sarah Bonnici’s father Marcel Bonnici was asked to pick between his daughter winning the contest or Hamrun Spartans winning the league.

Marcel Bonnici, who is the chief executive of Ħamrun Spartans, picked the latter option, saying that it is the most likely outcome out of the two.

Still, he said that Sarah will do her utmost best to make Malta proud and is sure of this fact. However, given the tendency for Eurovision countries to vote for their neighbours, Malta winning the Eurovision Song Contest always remains an unfortunately elusive concept.

But who knows?!

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Source: Replay (Net Television)