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Junior Minister organises search party for missing guide dog Max

 - Local - Sep 22 SHARE ON:
Junior Minister organises search party for missing guide dog Max

Parliamentary Secretary for Fisheries, Aquaculture and Animal Welfare and Labour MP Alicia Bugeja said is organising a search party for missing guide dog Max.

“Like a lot of other Maltese, the story of young Miguel Bugeja and his dog Max touched me personally. The love for dogs is something very dear, which excels and is able to overcome all obstacles.”

The Junior Minister went on to reveal that, together with the Animal Welfare Directorate, she will be organising a search party for the missing dog, calling on her followers to provide any information they may  have.

The search party will be taking place on Friday 23rd at 9:30AM, with the meeting point being at Ta’ Kandja, Siggiewi.

Anyone wishing to attend or provide further information is encouraged to call on 22924212/22924223.

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A red carpet of local talent to launch GO’s new platform Tokis

 - Local - Sep 22 SHARE ON:
Talent and Surprises: Special GO event to celebrate new platform Tokis

Tokis is the first ever library of local content which will be available for the Maltese public, and all the talent that went into creating it will be celebrated on Friday 30th September 2022. 

With our very own Sarah and Amy hosting the red carpet during the evening and the event being broadcast live on Facebook, this groundbreaking event will announce some exciting news regarding the future of Maltese television. 

All the local prominent actors, producers and celebrities will be gathered in one place to highlight the spectacular talent which the island has produced over recent years. 

The event will ‘bring together a number of productions from the past, but more importantly, will include brand new and exciting content which are set for release in the coming months.’ 

So make sure to tune in to get a glimpse at what the future of Maltese television holds! 

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‘I hope the baby has a lawyer’, Peppi Azzopardi says in light of US couple suing Malta

 - Local - Sep 22 SHARE ON:
'I hope the baby has a lawyer', Peppi Azzopardi says in light of US couple suing Malta

Following the news that US couple Andrea Prudente and Jey Weeldreyer are taking Malta to court for denying them an emergency abortion back in June, Peppi Azzopardi took to Facebook to give his two cents on the matter.

In his post, Azzopardi stated the following: “I hope the Court sees that in this case and other similar ones, there is a lawyer to represent the baby. It’s not right to see babies being killed not having anyone to defend them.”

Azzopardi has been outspoken in his opinion against abortion, often going online to express his disagreement. Back in July, Peppi posted a video online captioned “if you were against abortion and starting doubting, watch this video”, breaking down his thoughts a few days after the couple’s issue had happened.

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Malta is being sued by the US couple who were denied abortion while on holiday

 - Local - Sep 22 SHARE ON:

The US couple who were denied an emergency abortion back in June are now suing Maltese authorities, with the grounds being Malta’s abortion law breaching human rights.

38-year-old Andrea Prudente and 45-year-old Jay Weeldreyer were on holiday in Malta when Prudente’s pregnancy was deemed ‘unviable’ and were denied an abortion despite her life being at risk. The couple were then airlifted to Mallorca via air ambulance, where the abortion was allowed to be carried out.

Sharing the news on Facebook, local media personality and former Xarabank host Peppi Azzopardi went online to state the following: “I hope the Court sees that in this case and similar ones there is a lawyer to represent the baby. It’s not right that these babies are killed without having any one to defend them.”

Malta was the subject of international news coverage when the situation occurred in June, with media platforms across the world shining a light on the couple’s precarious situation.

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