Get ready to be blown away by the Samsung Galaxy S23

 - Sponsored - May 5 SHARE ON:

The Samsung Galaxy S23 is taking the world by storm! This powerful and long-lasting smartphone is the most impressive in the Galaxy S series yet, with an epic camera set-up, upgraded operating system, and a Qualcomm Snapdragon 8 Gen 2 processor that’s lightning-fast. Here’s everything you need to know about the Samsung Galaxy S23:

Three Models to Choose From

The Samsung Galaxy S23 comes in three different models – the flagship Galaxy S23, the slightly larger Galaxy S23+, and the Galaxy S23 Ultra, which has the largest display in the Galaxy S23 family. So, whether you want a pocket-sized phone or a larger display for all your entertainment needs, there’s a model for everyone.

Epic Camera Set-Up

The camera on the Samsung Galaxy S23 is jaw-dropping, with the Galaxy S23 Ultra boasting an incredible 200MP resolution, and the Galaxy S23 and S23+ coming in at 50MP. The AI-powered Nightography feature also allows you to take stunning photos in low light conditions.

Upgraded Operating System

The Samsung Galaxy S23 runs on the new and improved One UI 5.1 system, making it faster and smoother than ever before. With a fresh facelift for all of the core Samsung apps, an impressive new look for notification management on the display and endless customisation possibilities, you’ll find personalisation options to suit every taste.

Get it by 14 May and Save Big!

Anyone who purchases the Samsung Galaxy S23 between 24th April and 14th May can benefit from a discount of up to €350… and get an even bigger discount when you trade in your old phone!

So if you’ve ever wondered if there’s a perfect time to buy a new phone… it’s now! Get your hands on one of the Galaxy S23 models and benefit from some amazing specs, great deals and one of the one hottest phones in the world right now!

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Malta’s police force will start making use of a new device

 - Local - May 5 SHARE ON:

Malta’s police force is strengthening its capabilities with the use of new technology; BolaWrap®.

This remote restraint device has been proven to be a valuable and effective tool in assisting law enforcement agencies across the globe to safely detain individuals.

BolaWrap is a non-lethal device that is designed to help law enforcement officials restrain individuals without causing pain or harm. It is a patented device that discharges a Kevlar cord to restrain or entangle non-compliant individuals from a distance.

The device is not a weapon, but rather a tool that helps police officers to subdue suspects without resorting to more aggressive tactics.

The device has been successfully deployed in a number of countries, including the United States, where it has been used by various law enforcement agencies to de-escalate potentially dangerous situations. In many cases, BolaWrap has proven to be an effective alternative to traditional use of force methods, such as batons, pepper spray, or tasers.

The training given to Maltese police officers in the use of BolaWrap is part of the government’s ongoing efforts to enhance public safety while minimising harm to suspects and bystanders. The training is aimed at providing officers with the skills they need to safely use the device in a range of situations, including crowd control, disturbances, and other scenarios where restraint may be required.

The introduction of BolaWrap to the Maltese police force is a welcome development that should help to ensure that the country’s law enforcement officials are better equipped to handle a variety of situations. The device is designed to be easy to use, highly effective, and safe for both the officers and the suspects they are trying to restrain. With proper training and support, it is likely that BolaWrap will become an essential tool for law enforcement in Malta and beyond.


Napoli win Serie A title for the first time in 33 years

 - Sports - May 5 SHARE ON:

Napoli fans across the globe are rejoicing as their team has won the Serie A title for the first time in 33 years. It is a historic moment for the club, and one that has been a long time coming.

The last time Napoli lifted the trophy was during the reign of the legendary Diego Maradona in the 1989-90 season. Since then, the club has come close to winning the title on a few occasions, but it has always eluded them.

However, this season, Napoli has been in scintillating form, and they have dominated the league from start to finish. They have been unbeaten in their last 11 games, and have won 11 of their 19 away games this season, the most by any team in Serie A. Their victory is a testament to the team’s hard work and dedication, and also to the vision of their coach, Luciano Spalletti.

Spalletti has been instrumental in Napoli’s success this season. He took over the reins in May 2021 and has transformed the team into a formidable force. He has instilled a winning mentality in the players, and his tactical nous has been crucial in their success. His decision to play with a three-man defence has paid dividends, and the team has been solid at the back, conceding just 34 goals in 37 games.

The celebrations in Naples have been joyous, with fans taking to the streets to celebrate their team’s success. For them, it is not just a victory on the football pitch, but a symbol of hope and pride for their city. The club has always been an integral part of the city’s culture, and this victory is a reminder of the team’s rich history and its place in the hearts of the people.


Rebecca Buttigieg calls for sustainable development to safeguard ‘character’ of locality

 - Local - May 4 SHARE ON:
Every Gżira street is occupied with construction, says Parliamentary Secretary

Speaking to Fabian Demicoli on an episode of MaltaDaily’s ‘The Interview’, Parliamentary Secretary for Reforms Rebecca Buttigieg urged for more sustainable planning and organisation of infrastructure. 

‘Every street in Gżira is occupied with construction work’ said the Parliamentary Secretary. ‘This means that if you’re a couple with a pram or an elderly person with a cane, you need to walk in the middle of the road.’

Calling this unacceptable, Buttigieg went on to state that it is time for this country to find a way to sustain the construction projects currently ongoing but with much better organisation.

She recommended timelines to which projects should be liable to for completion and thus reduce inconvenience. 

She pointed to the public consultation on contractor licensing as one of the initiatives the government is taking to address this issue, as well as the sustainable development which attempts to safeguard the character of the locality. 

‘We need to find that balance – to continue sustaining the ongoing investment whilst making sure that it all makes sense and does not not increase inconvenience for residents of both Gżira and Malta at large’ she concluded. 


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