Elliot Paul Busuttil named lead suspect in Qormi car murder

Elliot Paul Busuttil named lead suspect in Qormi car murder
Apr 14 2022 Share

The lead suspect in the gruesome Qormi murder of 62-year-old Pembroke resident Mario Farrugia has been named as Elliot Paul Busuttil.

Busuttil is one of the four people arrested last night by the Malta Police Force and is also being charged with another attempted murder back in 2020. The lead suspect was charged with the attempted murder of a 57-year-old Bulgarian and is currently being questioned by the police.

He was also found guilty of drug trafficking and publicly carrying a knife while on bail in 2018. The motive of the murder is yet to be known but sources have suggested that in may be related to debts.

Farrugia was found with dozens of stab wounds in his car in Qormi on April 5th. Investigations are currently under way.


‘No Men Allowed’ club night taking place in the UK next month

'No Men Allowed' club night taking place in the UK next month
Apr 14 2022 Share

Next month, a club night brand by the name of ‘LICK Events’ is heading to the United Kingdom next month and their most interesting selling point is their strict ‘no men allowed’ policy.

Living by the slogan of ‘For women, by women’, LICK Events aim to create a safe space for women and transgender people seeking to party safely; and they’re hitting Ritz nightclub in Manchester in May.

After initially opening in 2019, LICK have become popular the world over, with more locations reportedly being planned in the coming months.

Their TikTok account showcases their free-spirited, worry-free club nights, dubbing the events ‘heaven’ for partygoers seeking a safe space to dance and socialise. One comment in particular stated: “You know how I know this works? Because it would never work if it was an all men bar. Men go on the pull. Girls go to have fun.”

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English rivals Manchester City and Liverpool reach Champions League semi-finals

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Premier League title rivals, Manchester City and Liverpool have both progressed to the final four of the Champions League. Manchester City will face historic team Real Madrid whilst Liverpool will have the tricky task of going up against underdogs Villareal.  This now means that this year’s Champions League winners will either be Spanish or English.


The match was a spectacle with both teams attacking the goal numerous times with a lot of goals being scored albeit some were disallowed by VAR. Liverpool didn’t start with their usual starting 11 whilst Benfica made sure that all their star players were on the pitch.

The match was very chaotic with both teams playing very intense football looking for goals. Benfica needed the win after losing the first leg 3-1 at home. The first goal of the game came in the 21st minute when young center back Ibrahim Konate headed the ball in from a corner to give Liverpool the lead in the night. Benfica surprised everyone when they equalized only 10 minutes after from a clinical finish from young attacker Gonçalo Ramos.

The second half started very well for the English side with Brazilian attacker Roberto Firmino scoring a brace before the 65th minute. With the aggregate score being 6-2 everyone thought the game was done but Benfica had other ideas. In the 73rd minute Ukrainian  striker Roman Yaremchuk gave Benfica fans hope once again skipping past Liverpool keeper Alisson to score in an open net. The final goal of the game came in the 81st minute when young striker Darwin Nunez impressed everyone with a curling finish to equalize the game.



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What this game lacked in excitement in terms of chances it got in terms of tension. The game was very intense with both set of players fighting between each other numerous times throughout the ninety minutes. The game ended in a 0-0 draw which means that Manchester City will be in  the semi-finals after beating Atletico 1-0 at home in the first leg.

The first half was very close between two teams as both weren’t attacking the opposite goal as much as people expected them to. It seemed like Atletico were trying to conserve energy to than go all out in the second half when the City players would be a bit fatigued. Manchester City had more of the chances to extend their aggregate lead in the first half.

As expected Atletico Madrid went all out in the second half with the Spanish champions utilizing their attacking players like Lemar, Felix and Griezmann much more. The Spanish side had many chances in the second half but weren’t clinical enough to score to send the match into extra time. As time passed the game got more intense and after a second yellow card was given to Atletico defender Felipe a massive brawl sparked out. The fighting even continued in the tunnel after the match ended.


Xarolla Windmill to receive €10,000 investment into restoration project

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One of Malta’s most beloved landmarks, the Xarolla Windmilll in Zurrieq, is will receive an investment to go towards its restoration.

The windmill sustained significant damage during the heavy windstorm which hit Malta on March 19th, suffering damage to its structure. Minister for Public Works and Planning Stefan Zrinzo Azzopardi took to Facebook to share that restoration works have started and, through work with the Manufacturing and Services Directorate, is expected to be restored by the end of 2022.

Zrinzo Azzopardi expressed his enthusiasm in eventually welcoming locals and tourists once restoration works are done.