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Italian DJ Joseph Capriati in serious condition after being stabbed by father

Jan 10 2021 Share

Beloved Italian techno DJ and producer Joseph Capriati is reported to be in serious condition after being stabbed in his chest by his father.

It has been reported that Capriati, 33, did not sustain a life-threatening injury and is currently recovering in hospital.

His father Pietro, 66 had no prior criminal convictions and was arrested for attempted murder and will be transferred to prison.


Sarah Zerafa makes a vlogging comeback and returns to YouTube

Jan 10 2021 Share

Local influencer extraordinaire and Malta’s Got Talent Judge has resurrected her YouTube channel and made a return to vlogging after a 4-year absence.

Sarah describes her first episode as a standard ‘day-in-the-life’ vlog with her boyfriend David, garnering close to 5,000 views only one day after upload.

Sosa’s return to the video platform begs the question, should more Maltese content creators and influencers head to YouTube and create content there?

Motorcyclist and passenger sustain injuries following incident in Paola

Jan 10 2021 Share

A 65-year-old man and 59-year-old woman from Birzebbuga have sustained grievous and serious injuries respectively after a motorcycle incident in Paola.

Police were called for assistance at Vjal Santa Luċija in Paola at around 11:50am after the Honda motorcycle crashed into a barrier and fell.

An ambulance was later called onto the scene to take the victims to Mater Dei Hospital while investigations are currently ongoing.


PM says no general election before full completion of electoral manifesto

Jan 10 2021 Share

Earlier today at a Labour Party event in Mellieħa, Prime Minister Robert Abela stated that a general election will not be held before the full implementation of the electoral manifesto.

Abela looked back at a year of progress for the Labour Government stating “Looking back, I can safely say what a year this has been”, going on to recall the government’s performance during the pandemic.

The Prime Minister also confidently stated that Malta will be one of the first countries to return to normality and called out the naysayers who criticised Abela’s claims that the country will go back to the ‘business-as-usual’ routine.