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DJ Ema Polidano Sets Formula 1 Grand Prix After Party Ablaze

DJ Ema Polidano Sets Formula 1 Grand Prix After Party Ablaze
Oct 10 2023 Share

The glitz and glamour of Formula 1 racing descended upon the dazzling city of Doha, Qatar, as the world’s top drivers battled it out at the Qatar Grand Prix. While the race itself was a thrilling spectacle, the excitement didn’t end there.

Young Maltese DJ Ema Polidano took center stage at the official Formula 1 Grand Prix after party, held at the renowned HIDE Doha nightclub. In a night filled with pulsating beats and electrifying music, Ema Polidano set the stage on fire, making it an unforgettable experience for everyone in attendance.

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Doha, the capital of Qatar, is a city known for its opulence and grandeur. The city is not only famous for its stunning architecture and luxurious lifestyle but also for its vibrant nightlife. In the heart of this nightlife scene stands HIDE Doha, the biggest nightclub in the city, and considered one of the best in Qatar. This upscale nightclub is renowned for hosting some of the most extravagant events and welcoming top-tier DJs from around the world. It was the perfect setting for the post-race celebrations of the Qatar Grand Prix.

The Formula 1 Grand Prix in Qatar drew racing enthusiasts and celebrities from all corners of the world. After Max Verstappen’s victory at the race, the excitement continued as Ema Polidano took the stage at HIDE Doha.

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Bernard Grech Visits MCAST Fresher’s Week

Bernard Grech Visits MCAST Fresher’s Week
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‘Thanks to the vision of the Nationalist Government, many young people found the doors of opportunity open to reach wherever they desired after 23 years, with the establishment of the Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology (MCAST), which has welcomed thousands of students, shaping the world of work today and tomorrow.’

This was the message conveyed by the Leader of the Nationalist Party, Bernard Grech, during his visit to MCAST in Kordin as part of the Freshers’ Week, where he emphasised that a clear direction for our students means a better country.

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The Leader of the Nationalist Party, Bernard Grech, affirmed this with Net News after visiting the Freshers’ Week organised at MCAST in Raħal Ġdid, where thousands of students enrolled in their post-secondary studies after the summer break.

The students who spoke with the Leader of the Nationalist Party shared their thoughts and challenges, while others expressed gratitude for the work the Nationalist Party is doing to provide them with a better life in our country.

Accompanied by Deputies Bernice Bonello and Justin Schembri, as well as by the President of the Nationalist Party Youth Movement and candidate for the European Parliament elections, Miriana Calleja Testaferrata de Noto, and the candidate for the European Parliament elections, Peter Agius, the Leader of the Nationalist Party emphasised that our youth are not only the future but also the present. 

‘Therefore, they need a robust economic model that offers peace of mind and high-quality jobs.’

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Prime Minister Robert Abela Visits MCAST Fresher’s Week

Prime Minister Robert Abela Visits MCAST Fresher's Week
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Prime Minister Robert Abela emphasised the significance of the investment in the Center of Excellence at MCAST during his visit to the Freshers’ Week at the Raħal Ġdid campus. 

This investment, said Abela, aligns with the government’s vision for the next ten years, prioritising innovation and vocational education as part of the changes happening in our country to ensure that young people have quality careers in Malta. 

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The Prime Minister noted that the ongoing investment in the Research and Innovation Center and the new ICT Institute will provide students with top-notch facilities to develop vocational skills and subsequently excel in MCAST, offering them the best opportunities that industries have to offer.

He emphasised that these changes aim to enhance the quality of life by investing strongly in the skills of Maltese and Gozitan youth, who will then bring value to their families and society. 

Furthermore, the Prime Minister highlighted the importance of vocational education, emphasising that the government will continue to promote and support it through the establishment of the Crafts Center at MCAST. 

This commitment is another electoral promise from the government’s ‘Malta Together’ program, which aims to improve vocational skills for students inclined towards this field. 

Prime Minister Abela also stressed the importance of workers’ rights, ensuring that students and workers aspiring in this field receive the necessary training and dignity, as they are also contributors to an economy based on quality.

 During his meetings with young people on the MCAST campus, the Prime Minister was accompanied by Minister for Education, Sports, Youth, Research and Innovation Clifton Grima, Government Deputy Amanda Spiteri Grech, MCAST Principal Joachim James Calleja, and MCAST Student Council President Rohasia Zammit.

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Little Things You Can Do To Help Your Mental Health

Little Things You Can Do To Help Your Mental Health
Oct 10 2023 Share

Mental well-being is a multifaceted concept. It encompasses how we perceive our emotions, our ability to navigate everyday challenges, and what feels achievable in the present moment. 

It’s important to note that good mental well-being doesn’t equate to perpetual happiness or immunity to life’s trials.

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Furthermore, experiencing good well-being doesn’t necessarily mean the absence of a mental health issue. 

You may grapple with a mental health challenge while maintaining a sense of well-being. Conversely, one may not have a diagnosed mental health concern but still struggle with their overall well-being.

Diminished mental well-being can heighten the challenges of daily life. However, there are practical steps you can take each day to make this journey more manageable as you seek professional assistance. 

Here is a short list of actions you can undertake immediately to extend love and support to yourself, which you rightfully deserve.

 

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