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Car enthusiasts lament lack of police enforcement on mass gatherings

Car enthusiasts lament lack of police enforcement on mass gatherings
Jun 14 2021 Share

Car enthusiasts have lamented that while police seem to be focused on car meet-ups despite the fact that no regulations are being broken, authorities are doing next to nothing in trying to stop illegal mass gatherings on beaches. Footage and photos of illegal mass gatherings in the St. Julians and Sliema areas following bar closures at midnight have made several rounds throughout the past week.

Car lovers who want to meet up and share their passion in Marsa are meeting excessive police enforcement. They point out that despite this, illegal meet-ups, which all break the COVID-19 regulations, are not being given their due attention.

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Photo Source: DLP Automotive

Roberta Metsola calls for the support of the culture and art industry

Roberta Metsola calls for the support of the culture and art industry
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MEP Roberta Metsola took to Facebook to share her thoughts about COVID-19’s impact on entertainment sector. She pointed out how Malta registering another day with zero COVID-19 daily cases is encouraging and pushes to support local businesses. She puts the spotlight on entertainment, arts and culture sectors, listing all artists ranging from singers to DJs to dancers, bands, crew and anyone who ‘relies on and enjoys live performances.’

She acknowledges the plea all artists have been calling out, which is that of reopening the sector. She states that ‘when hundreds of people are allowed to cram on beaches at night, but buskers are being clamped down on, something is not working.’ Her strong message ends with Metsola stating that artists are not asking for special treatment but a level playing field and clarity. ‘They deserve answers. Culture matters.’

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Photo Source: Roberta Metsola FB

Take your BBQs to the next level with this brand new outdoor range

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If there’s something that we truly love about summer, it would definitely be the unforgettable seasonal BBQs. There’s nothing quite like opening a couple of cold ones, grilling your favourite food and enjoying the company of your friends and family in the cool summer breeze.

This year however, it may be time to put away Nannu’s old barbecue and make room for Gusto Griglia’s new range of outdoor products.

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Gas BBQ with 2 burners & Side BurnerIncluding:✔️ Cover✔️ 2 small lava grids✔️ 2kgs lava rockswww.fbpmalta.com

Posted by Firm B Pullicino on Wednesday, 27 May 2020

This new line of grill will take your BBQs to the next level without overcomplicating the time-honoured tradition of barbecuing everyone’s lunch or dinner.

Whether you’re looking for charcoal or gas barbecues, single or multiple burners, comfort or innovation, this range of gorgeous grills has got you sorted.

 

About Firm B Pullicino:

FBP has been established for nearly 30 years making it a strong enterprise in its field. The company has top of the range products and a wide selection of brands with superior quality together with affordable prices. The company supplies its products to most of the ironmongers, household outlets, building and turnkey contractors and hotels. The company guarantees an excellent after-sales service with free delivery to retail outlets both in Malta and Gozo.

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Is Malta a dangerous place? – new video surfaces online

Is Malta a dangerous place? - new video surfaces online
Jun 14 2021 Share

More videos surface online of violent conflicts on Maltese roads. The video which surfaced is too graphic to be published and we have decided not to publish due to it violating Facebook and Instagram’s policies. The clipshows people savagely beating up an unknown individual, with one wielding what seems to be a belt. The assailants land multiple blows on the person whose status is of yet unknown.

The video prompts the question: how has Malta turned into such a dangerous place. Videos such as these have only increased in recent weeks, and one has to ask whether Malta has enough authorities to handle such situations. The nature of this fight is unknown, but the quick turn to conflict that seems to be on the increase is a very serious problem.

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