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Long Term Migrants To Protest Uncertainty This Sunday

Long Term Migrants To Protest Uncertainty This Sunday
Feb 23 2024 Share

A protest this Sunday by a number of activist groups will be calling for stability and an end to uncertainty for long-term migrants living and working in Malta. 

The demonstration comes as Kusi Dismark faces deportation after 13 years of living and setting up a business inMalta. 

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The activists, which include Moviment Graffitti, Dance Beyond Borders, SOS Malta, aditus foundation and others, are calling for the release of Dismark and other individuals who, like Kusi, ‘have been living in Malta for over 5 years and more and have also been recently detained with a view to deportation. 

In a statement, the migrants outlined how they ‘worked for years, side-by-side with our Maltese colleagues, made friends, set up family and had children in Malta. We are part of Malta’s economic success, we have filled labour gaps, and we have contributed to a welfare system that we can never be beneficiaries of.’

‘Our children know no other country, no other society but the Maltese one. They are, in fact, though not in law, Maltese.’

European Parliament President Roberta Metsola too posted in favour of Kusi, saying that ‘deporting him now, just to make a political point, would be a failure of Malta’s laws, a failure of leadership and of our humanity’. 

The protesters will meet on Sunday 25th February at 15:00 at Ħamrun Square and will be walking to Valletta to present demands to parliament, inviting members of the migrant community, employers, friends and others who support the cause to join.

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Malta Women’s Football Team Beat Faroe Islands 2-0

Malta Women's Football Team Beat Faroe Islands 2-0
Feb 23 2024 Share

Malta’s women’s team began their VisitMalta Women’s Trophy campaign impressively by defeating the Faroe Islands at the Tony Bezzina Stadium. 

Alishia Sultana and Haley Bugeja secured a well-deserved victory with their goals, showcasing Malta’s dominance despite missing key players like captain Emma Lipman. 

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Debutant Valentina Rapa contributed to Malta’s solid defensive performance. Throughout the game, Malta created numerous scoring opportunities, with Maria Farrugia and Brenda Borg coming close to scoring. 

The Faroe Islands had some chances but were thwarted by Janice Xuereb’s goalkeeping prowess.

 After the halftime break, Malta continued to dominate, with Bugeja assisting Sultana for the opener before adding another goal herself. Despite efforts from the Faroes to get back into the game, Malta maintained control. 

The match also saw the return of Jade Flask after a long injury layoff. Overall, Malta’s strong performance highlighted their potential in the tournament.

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Prime Minister Afraid To Debate, PN Leader Says

Prime Minister Afraid To Debate, PN Leader Says
Feb 22 2024 Share

Speaking during an interview on NET Television’s Spotlight, Opposition Leader Bernard Grech said that Prime Minister Robert Abela is afraid of having a debate with him. 

During the interview, Nationalist Party leader Bernard Grech said that whenever he was asked to do an interview or even a debate, he did so. 

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He alleged that he forms part of a thread of emails with the Prime Minister which ask for a debate. 

He says that he would accept these invitations but the Prime Minister would not, leading to the aforementioned conclusion. 

 

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Grech claimed that the Prime Minister is afraid of appearing in a spot where he will lose on an issue, so he decides to appear where he has control. 

The Opposition Leader says that he remains open for debate not because he loves this confrontational aspect of politics but because the people deserve to hear the ideas. 

Grech also made reference to the University debate which, he says, was accepted by the Prime Minister ahead of the general election because debaters could not speak over each other and everything was timed – even hinting at the crowd’s response as yet another sign of the prime minister’s control in the situation.

He concluded by saying that the Prime Minister wants to come off as not afraid but is in reality very afraid to face the opposition. 

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The Kase Arena & Andres Cases: Merging For Mobile Case Excellence

The Kaseby Kurt and Kursten to meet the increasing demand for football-themed phone cases. Their product range expanded over time to include personalized mobile accessories. In 2020, Andres Cases emerged, influenced by Andre's success on Tik Arena was founded in 2019 Tok and sharing a commitment to high-quality cases. Rather than seeing each other as rivals, both brands recognized the potential for collaboration. They merged under The Kase Arena brand, a strategic decision that not only enhanced their market presence but also streamlined their operations. This merger enabled them to broaden their product offerings to over 150 models, featuring an exclusive collection from Andres Cases. Customization remains central to their business model, empowering customers to create unique designs. The merger marks a significant milestone for both brands, solidifying their positions as top destinations for mobile cases. The founders are committed to innovation and exceptional customer service, positioning themselves to drive further advancements in the industry. THE KASE ARENA & ANDRES CASES: MERGING FOR MOBILE CASE EXCELLENCE
Feb 22 2024 Share

The Kase Arena, founded in 2019 by Kurt and Kursten during their university years, identified an unmet demand for football-themed phone cases, motivating them to enter the market Recognizing a gap in the market for football-themed phone cases, they ventured into the world of mobile accessories, eventually expanding their focus to include customised mobile cases.

Not long after The Kase Arena started operating locally, Andres Cases emerged in 2020, inspired by the entrepreneurial success of Andre’s TikTok venture. Despite originating from different entrepreneurial backgrounds, both brands shared a common vision of delivering quality mobile cases to consumers.

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As fate would have it, the founders of The Kase Arena and Andres Cases saw an opportunity for collaboration rather than competition. They recognized the potential synergies between their respective brands and decided to merge, envisioning a stronger, more unified entity that could better serve their customer bases.

Following months of planning and coordination, the merger became a reality, with Andres Cases now operating under The Kase Arena brand umbrella. This strategic move not only consolidated their market presence but also streamlined operations, allowing for enhanced efficiency and scalability.

 

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With an extensive range of mobile cases catering to various phone models, including Samsung, Apple, OnePlus, Xiaomi, and Huawei, customers now have access to over 150 different mobile models. Moreover, the inclusion of an exclusive Andres Cases collection further enriches the diverse selection of designs available on The Kase Arena’s website.

One of the key highlights of the merged entity is its commitment to customization. The Kase Arena offers bespoke case designs tailored to meet the unique needs of each customer. Whether it’s a personal photo, favorite sports team logo, or a quirky design, customers have the freedom to create a case that truly reflects their personality.

The launch of the merged platform marks a significant milestone in the journey of both The Kase Arena and Andres Cases. By joining forces, they have not only expanded their product offerings but also strengthened their position as a leading one-stop shop for mobile cases.

As they embark on this new chapter together, the founders remain dedicated to delivering innovative products and unparalleled customer service. With their eyes set on the future, they are poised to continue reshaping the mobile accessories industry, one customized case at a time.

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