Cristiano Ronaldo Breaks Record For Most Liked Comment On The Internet

Jun 7 2024 Share

Global football star Cristiano Ronaldo has broken yet another record, this time breaking the record for the most likes comment on the internet.

Ronaldo who recently also topped the Forbes’s mens highest paid athlete, broke tiktoker Dylan Page’s record by posting a comment on new Real Madrid star Kylian Mbappe’s post.

The comment congratulated the French attacker on his recent blockbuster move and told him that now he will be watching with admiration exactly how a young Kylian watched his idol light up the Bernabeu.

Ronaldo is currently negotiating a new contract with Saudi team Al-Nassr, with reports coming out that the Portuguese might overtake Messi as the highest paid footballer.


Keith Demicoli Hints at Collab With Italian Media Legend Lorella Cuccarini

Keith Demicoli Hints at Collab With Italian Media Legend Lorella Cuccarini
Jun 6 2024 Share

Beloved Maltese media personality Keith Demicoli has hinted at an exciting collaboration with Italian media giant Lorella Cuccarini.

In a video posted by Demicoli, the two are seen embracing as Cuccarini says, “thank you and see you very soon because you will be there too.” The text in the video teases, “See you on the 29-8-24 at Fosos.”

Lorella Cuccarini, an Italian dancer, TV presenter, singer, and actress, is well-known for her roles as a performer, host, and teacher on prime-time Italian shows such as Sanremo, Amici di Maria De Filippi, Striscia la notizia, and many more. Her extensive career and popularity make this potential collaboration a highly anticipated event for fans of both media personalities.

As the date approaches, more details are expected to emerge about this intriguing collaboration, promising a remarkable event for fans of both Keith Demicoli and Lorella Cuccarini.


“I stand here not only as President but as one of you” – Roberta Metsola

Jun 6 2024 Share

European Parliament President Roberta Metsola addressed a crowd in Siggiewi as the Nationalist Party concluded its election campaign. Metsola began with a heartfelt message of gratitude, emphasizing the campaign’s grassroots approach of knocking on doors, engaging in conversations, and listening to the people’s concerns. 

“Today, I stand here before you to ask for your trust again. I stand here not only as President but as one of you, as a mother of four children, as a woman who wants to see a better country for all of us.”

She thanked everyone who opened their homes and workplaces, allowing the campaign to connect with a diverse range of individuals, from workers and business owners to students and farmers.

“You are the ones who make this country better and stronger,” Metsola declared, praising the efforts of the Maltese and Gozitans. She noted the pride with which she represents Malta on the global stage.

Reflecting on her tenure, Metsola recalled the trust placed in her five years ago when she was elected to the European Parliament. She emphasized the achievements made and the potential for even greater accomplishments with increased representation.

“Five years ago, you trusted me to be your representative in the European Parliament. I have worked hard to honour that trust, and our European partners have also placed their confidence in us. We achieved much as a delegation of two; imagine what we could do as three Members of Parliament.”

“Thank you for your support. The choice is in your hands,” Metsola concluded. 


PN Leader Bernard Grech’s Final Campaign Speech

Jun 6 2024 Share

In a passionate speech at the end of the MEP and Local Council Election campaign in Siġġiewi, PN Leader Bernard Grech rallied supporters under the theme “Għalik”, emphasising the Nationalist Party’s commitment to the Maltese and Gozitan people. Grech highlighted the party’s historic achievements and its readiness to answer the nation’s call once again.

“We of the Nationalist Party have made great achievements, achievements for the entire Maltese and Gozitan people,” Grech began. He recalled the party’s pivotal role in securing Independence, championing democracy, and leading Malta into the European Union. These milestones, he asserted, exemplify the Nationalist Party’s dedication to the country’s progress and its unwavering response to Malta’s needs.

Grech’s speech focused on the current political landscape, portraying the Labour government as disconnected and mired in internal strife. He criticised the Labour administration for “its failure to address key issues such as the rising cost of living, traffic congestion, deteriorating infrastructure, and out-of-stock medicines.” “Today we are facing another Labor government led by a Prime Minister who is undermining the foundations of your country and your life,” Grech declared, urging voters to recognise the pressing need for change.

The core of Grech’s message was a direct appeal to the voters, emphasising that the Nationalist Party’s efforts are “FOR YOU.” He outlined the party’s commitment to returning the country to its people, improving governance, and ensuring that Malta is run as its citizens deserve. Grech thanked all candidates and MPs for their dedication, noting that their work is driven by a genuine desire to serve the people.

Grech contrasted the Nationalist Party’s track record with the Labour government’s approach, citing examples of the party’s efforts to reclaim hospitals, enshrine environmental rights in the constitution, prevent destructive development projects, and fight against abuses in social benefits and driving licenses. He underscored the party’s role in advocating for workers’ rights, combating discrimination, and protecting the interests of every citizen.

Addressing the undecided voters and those considering smaller parties, Grech made a compelling case for unity behind the Nationalist Party. He warned that votes diverted to minor parties or independent candidates would only bolster the current government’s hold on power. “If votes are lost on the smaller parties or independent candidates, or if you don’t vote, this won’t happen,” he cautioned, stressing that every vote not cast for the PN would strengthen the existing political “mafia.”

Grech concluded his speech with a call to action, urging voters to think critically about their choice at the polling station. He encouraged them to support candidates who embody European values, offer competent leadership, and prioritise the nation’s well-being over personal gain. “You will decide what politicians you want to represent you in Europe and in the local councils,” he said, advocating for a vote that supports good leadership, investment, freedom, and truth.

In his closing remarks, Grech expressed hope and confidence in the collective strength of the Maltese and Gozitan people. He envisioned a united country moving towards a better future, free from the constraints of partisan politics and guided by shared values. “Keep believing in this country. Keep believing that we can make this country better than it is today,” Grech urged.