Malta Daily wins prestigious award during IGM ceremony

 - Culture - Mar 5 SHARE ON:

Malta Daily, the online platform that has revolutionised the way we consume news on online platforms in Malta has been awarded during the 31st edition of the annual journalism awards organised by the Institute of Journalists, an institute that is officially recognised by the Government of Malta.

Our platform has been recognised for promoting rights of persons with disability and for the raising of awareness. Malta Daily was awarded for demonstrating the most relevant and impactful piece that aimed at promoting the rights of persons with disability as well as supporting and creating awareness about disability issues.

Founder and CEO of Malta Daily, Gabriel Mifsud collected the award on behalf of the company and in his winning speech showed how grateful he is to receive such a prestigious award. Gabriel Mifsud thanks the jury for picking Malta Daily and explained that although the company is relatively new in Malta, it is proud to be awarded and named alongside media companies that have existed in Malta for long years. Malta Daily’s founder and CEO also thanked his young and hard-working team that passionately ensures to keep all of Malta updated daily.

During the IGM awards, winners were announce for 18 different categories with Times of Malta dominating most of the awards.


Roberta Metsola and Volodymyr Zelenskyy take a selfie after addressing Ukrainian students

 - International - Mar 5 SHARE ON:

The President of the European Parliament Roberta Metsola is in Lviv, Ukraine. This is the Maltese’s second visit to the country, after being the first leader of an EU institution to visit Kyiv since the war started just over a year ago. This visit takes place less than a month after President Metsola welcomed President Zelenskyy at the European Parliament in Brussels.

During her visit, President Metsola met with the President of Ukraine, Volodymyr Zelenskyy. During the meeting, President Metsola said, “I am hopeful that all the conditions will be met for negotiations to start as soon as possible, even by the end of the year. Ukraine’s future is in the European Union.” President Metsola added, “the pace with which the Verkhovna Rada and the Government is making progress on the EU application impresses me”. Later on, the two leaders addressed Ukrainian students at Ivan Franko National University in Lviv.

Earlier during her visit, President Metsola was greeted by the Verkhovna Rada Speaker Ruslan Stefanchuk, with whom she also participated in a Wreath-Laying Ceremony at the ‘Memorial to Fallen Soldiers’, at the Lychakiv Cemetery. “Emotional moment today as I laid flowers on behalf of the people of Europe to remember all those killed – including Yuriy Ruf, who was killed by Russian mortars on 1 April. It was especially poignant for me as that was the day I first visited Ukraine. We will remember them,” she stated.


Drummer takes on 24-hour drumming marathon to raise funds for Puttinu Cares

 - Art - Mar 5 SHARE ON:

Robert Spiteri, a renowned drummer, is currently undertaking a 24-hour drumming marathon to raise funds for Puttinu Cares.

The drumathon is taking place at Baystreet in St.Julians and started yesterday at 6pm and ends today at 6pm.

Robert was joined by locally renowned artists such as Matthew James and Nadine Axisa on Saturday.

Today, he will be joined by Michela Galea, Karin Duff, RUG, and the Big Band Brothers.

Through this event, Robert Spiteri hopes to inspire others to make a difference in the lives of those who need it more.

Those who wish to donate can do so via Revolut on 79899695 or BOV Mobile Pay on 79499423


PN calls for Public Inquiry into case of Jean Paul Sofia

 - Local - Mar 5 SHARE ON:

The Nationalist Party leader, Bernard Grech, has called for a Public Inquiry to reveal the truth about the case of Jean Paul Sofia, a 20-year-old who lost his life three months ago.

Grech made the announcement during a news conference alongside Deputies Jerome Caruana Cilia and Stanley Zammit, where they addressed the lack of action taken by the government in response to the tragedy.

Grech met with Sofia’s relatives earlier this week, who expressed their frustration with the lack of action being taken.

The Nationalist Party leader stressed the importance of finding out the whole truth to prevent another tragedy like this from happening.

Jerome Caruana Cilia criticised the government for refusing to hold a Public Inquiry despite appeals, while Stanley Zammit accused the government of failing in its responsibilities and leaving the victims’ relatives in the dark.


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