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Footage Shows Car on Fire on Marsa-Hamrun Bypass

Footage Shows Car on Fire on Marsa-Hamrun Bypass
Jun 6 2024 Share

More footage has been shared of a car catching fire on the Marsa-Hamrun Bypass. The incident occurred on Wednesday around 1:15 PM, according to a statement given to Malta Daily by a spokesperson for the Malta Police Force.

The car reportedly caught fire for an unknown reason, causing concern among passersby and local residents. However, the spokesperson for the Police Force confirmed that no injuries were sustained during the incident.

The footage shows flames engulfing the vehicle, with a thick cloud of smoke rising above. Authorities quickly responded to the scene, ensuring the safety of the surrounding area and managing the traffic flow on the busy bypass.

While the exact cause of the fire is still under investigation, the public is encouraged to stay informed through official channels and follow any updates provided by the authorities.

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Arnold Cassola’s Last Message: “Malta Will Be Reborn”

Jun 6 2024 Share

Independent MEP candidate and political veteran Arnold Cassola launched his final message before Saturday’s election in a heartfelt video address. In the video, Cassola calls for a rebirth of Malta, highlighting the country’s need for significant change.

Cassola addresses various groups, including students, workers, entrepreneurs, families, and older people, stating that issues like environmental destruction, community chaos, and the mental health crisis stem from an old and inefficient political system. He emphasises the opportunity for a fresh start, advocating for a competent and honest political class.

Cassola highlights the importance of the European Union funds Malta will be negotiating, which will impact the country’s future. He criticises the previous administration for allegedly wasting half of the EUR 1.3 billion fund on an ineffective road system, neglecting education, the environment, business innovation, and village beautification.

His mission in Brussels focuses on building an economy that offers hope to young people, creating a beautiful country, an efficient transport system, and serious governance. Cassola references a peaceful demonstration last year to show the maturity of the Maltese people and their capacity for love, urging voters to move away from political tribalism.

Cassola concludes by encouraging voters to participate in the election and vote for him, promising relentless work to modernize Malta and secure its place as a shining star in the European Union.

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Three Hills Kunserva Being Sold in Australia

Three Hills Kunserva Being Sold in Australia
Jun 6 2024 Share

In one the most recent clips from the series “L-Aħwa fl-Awstralja”, brothers Keith and Fabian shed light on the sale of an iconic Maltese product being sold across the pond in Australia.

In the clip, the Demicoli brothers meet shop owner ‘Pawlu’, who offers Magro Brothers’ Three Hills Kunserva at his store in Australia. “Guess what… this one we sell it more to the Australian… milli l-Maltin”, the shop owner shockingly says before being asked to confirm if he was serious by Keith.

Pawlu goes on to state that Australians buy the iconic Kunserva in packs of 6 and throw entire cans in their spaghetti.

For more Maltese-Aussie adventures, check out @lahwa_flawstralja every Wednesday at 20:40 on ONE 📺

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Sandra Gauci Reads Online Hate Comments

Sandra Gauci Reads Online Hate Comments
Jun 6 2024 Share

ADPD Chairperson and MEP candidate Sandra Gauci recently posted a video on Instagram where she read mean online comments directed at her. The video was captioned, “Why women do not enter politics. Insults, harassment of all sorts. These are some of the insults I got during this campaign.”

In the video, Gauci explained that she typically avoids reading such comments because they are not constructive and often focus on her appearance or voice. Despite this, she showed a sense of humour about the situation, making light of the insults rather than taking them personally.

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Gauci’s post aims to highlight the harassment that female politicians often face. By sharing her experiences, she hopes to shed light on the challenges women encounter in politics. Her reaction to the comments shows resilience and a commitment to push past the negativity as she continues her campaign for the European Parliament elections this Saturday.

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