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Daughter Shares Proud Moment Of Mother’s Election

Daughter Shares Proud Moment Of Mother's Election
Jun 13 2024 Share

Loridana Darmanin was elected in the Mellieħa local council, and this prompted a wholesome reaction by her daughter Rebecca who embraced her mum and cried in joy with her.

Her daughter Rebecca took to social media to share the news and the moment she hugged her mum for her achievement, being moved to tears.

 

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‘Mument ta’ bint kburija! Il-kunsilliera l-ġdida fil-Mellieħa’, wrote Rebecca.

The result in Mellieħa still awaits the election of a mayor as the locality elected 4 PL candidates, 4 PN candidates and an independent candidate.

The mayor will be decided in the first meeting of the local council and thus there are no indications of who the mayor will be. The vote may depend on the independent candidate, who will vote for a candidate of either party.

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The New Love Island Malta Couples

The New Love Island Malta Couples
Jun 13 2024 Share

Here’s your most recent update of the current Love Island Malta couples, following the entry of four new female bombshells after a Case Amor interlude.

This re-coupling saw the elimination of Noemi, Leah and Jade as there was only space for 7 couples.

The episode saw the reunion of Edward and Kyannah as well as that of Kyonne and Ylenia.

 

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Despite some drama, Matthias and Henrika stuck together, with Love Island season 1 contestant bombshell Marie Christine coupling up with Josh.

Sven kept Racquel in the villa, with the last two couples being Clinton and Tamika and Selwyn and Miriam.

What do you think?

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People Want Love Island Malta To Start Airing Earlier

People Want Love Island Malta To Start Airing Earlier
Jun 13 2024 Share

Love Island Malta producer Ben Camille took to Instagram stories to share the flood of requests for the programme to start airing earlier.

Meanwhile, in an inStagram poll he held, over 96% of followers were in favour of the programme being aired an hour earlier at 9pm, given that the locally beloved show starts at 10pm on regular weekdays.

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However, the air time was pushed even further back this week due to the MEP and Local Council elections, keeping viewers up until midnight in some cases.

Some followers even personally DM-ed him, saying things like:

 

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‘What are you doing to us? We’re waking up like zombies and I don’t know if I’m living. Next year at 9pm please!’

Another said: ‘I’m messaging you on behalf of my manager to tell you to start at 9pm. And if possible, even 8pm. Because we’re not going to work pretty! Well done for this year’s season.’

What do you think?

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Car Flips In Attard Road Accident

Car Flips In Attard Road Accident
Jun 13 2024 Share

Photos sent to this newsroom shows the aftermath of an accident in Triq L-Imdina, Attard after a car flipped on its top in an accident.

It is currently unclear what exactly caused the car to flip and whether anyone was injured in the incident.

Photos sent to this newsroom show police officers on site addressing the situation.

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