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Be ready to fight with your kids over these principles says viral coach

Be ready to fight with your kids over these principles says viral coach
Jun 8 2022 Share

Gozitan functional master and pharmacist Donatello Pisani started going viral after one of his social media videos appealed to parents to change their children’s lifestyle. 

 

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Pisani gave parents 8 principles upon which parents must be ready to engage in a conflict with their children over. These principles ranged everything from spending more time in nature and reading, to being kind with others and thinking critically. 

The BodyForge Human Performance Institute coach emphasised the importance of such principles. He said that mobile phones and screens, which he described as quasi-demonic, entered our homes and ruined fruitful conversations at the dinner table and having a will to work and grow. 

‘There is no instruction manual to being a good parent’ said Pisani. ‘One needs to be very attentive to do the best one can do in raising kids.’ He said that no matter what one does, arguments are inevitable and that if they are to happen, they should at least happen over the management of values and principles. 


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WATCH: Driver in danger after truck forces car off road in Luqa

Jun 8 2022 Share

A mortified driver took to Facebook to recall what could have been a fatal incident after a truck driver recklessly pushed her vehicle off the road in Luqa.

 

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The truck appears to speed past the moving vehicle, pushing it against that pavement and were it not for the driver hitting the breaks, the incident would have been much worse.

“He should be taken off the roads as he is clearly not fit to be taking on the responsibility of driving such a large vehicle. He is a hazard on the road,” she said in the post.

What do you make of this?

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Maltese graffiti artist pays tribute to Zelenskyy with amazing art

Maltese graffiti artist pays tribute to Zelenskyy with amazing art
Jun 8 2022 Share

In his latest art piece, internationally acclaimed local graffiti artist Twitch put up a caricature of Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy as movie hero Rambo. 

The artwork depicts Zelenskyy as a rocket-launching macho-man Rambo followed by two war tanks on the backdrop of the Ukrainian flag. 

 

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The art was inspired by ‘First Blood’ and is intended to ‘honour the determination of the Ukrainian people following the 100 day mark of resistance of Putin’s twisted invasion.’ 

Twitch is no stranger to such controversial street art. Having toured Europe to leave his iconic tags and burns which deal various hot topics, Twitch raised some eyebrows back in 2018 following a piece which ‘showcases the surreal situation in Malta.’

The island, he had said, ‘is run by vultures eager to scavenge as much cash as possible whilst all the serious issues seem to get conveniently swept under the carpet.’ He said that under the carpet we can find the ‘the death of the environment, Daphne’s bombed car, Pilatus bank and Panama air.’ 

Twitch does not shy away from spraying such political commentary through his exquisite art, taking jabs at even International crises and political realities. 

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Four-month old baby in car involved in Naxxar traffic accident

Four-month old baby in car involved in Naxxar traffic accident
Jun 8 2022 Share

Police were informed yesterday at around 1300hrs that a traffic accident had occurred in Triq is-Salina, Naxxar. 

From preliminary investigations, police found that a crash had occurred between a Peugeot 108 driven by a 28-year-old woman resident of Hal Gharghur and a Ford Fusion driven by a 67-year-old man resident of Sliema. 

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In the Peugeot was a 4 month old baby, with two women aged 62 and 35 respectively, a 6-year-old boy and a two-year-old girl in the Ford. 

A medical team was called onto the scene, with the Peugeot passengers, the two children and the 62-year-old woman taken to Mater Dei for further assistance. The 62-year-old was confirmed to have suffered grievous injuries. 

The three children were certified to have been injured lightly, but the condition of the 28-year-old woman is still not confirmed. Civil Department Officers were also present to give assistance. Investigations are still ongoing. 

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