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Malta’s Got Talent Michael Mock Passes Away

Malta's Got Talent Michael Mock Passes Away
Jan 29 2024 Share

The sudden passing of Malta’s Got Talent participant mentalist and magician Michael Mock has been announced at the age of 58. 

The official page of Malta’s Got Talent bid farewell to the participant, writing: ‘Michael’s true magic was in the simplest of tricks and jokes, radiating happiness to everyone around him.’

‘Whether it was sleight of hand or the mysteries of mentalism, he made us believe in the extraordinary. Rest in peace, Michael Mock, and may your magic live on in our hearts forever.’

On behalf of MaltaDaily, we wish his loved ones the sincerest of condolences. 

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45 Year Old Man At Risk Of Dying After Falling Height In St Paul’s Bay

45 Year Old Man At Risk Of Dying After Falling Height In St Paul's Bay
Jan 29 2024 Share

Yesterday, at around 2345hrs, police were informed that there was a man in an unconscious state in front of an establishment in Triq Ġulju, St Paul’s Bay. 

Police, along with a medical team, convened immediately on site and found the victim, transporting him to Mater Dei Hospital. He was later certified as having suffered serious injuries. 

Investigations showed that the victim was a 45 year old Ukrainian man resident of St Paul’s Bay. He was allegedly involved in an argument, and consequently fell and suffered injuries. 

In regards to the case, police are speaking to a 20 year old St Paul’s Bay to help in the investigations. 

An inquiry has been opened, as investigations continue.

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Maria Farrugia Opens Score Against Reading FC

Maria Farrugia Opens Score Against Reading FC
Jan 29 2024 Share

Maltese football star Maria Farrugia opened the score against Reading FC Women with a stunning goal for her side Lewes FC. 

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Despite the game ending in a draw of 2-2, with Lewes in 11th place and Reading in 9th place, Farrugia has been leaving a very good impression in the second highest division of women’s football in England, the FA Women’s Super League 2.

Farrugia has also played for other sides in the WSL2, including Durham Women and Sunderland FC, elevating her name as a formidable player on the pitch. 

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Maltese Tattoo Artist Wins Big At Milano Tattoo Convention

Maltese Tattoo Artist Wins Big At Milano Tattoo Convention
Jan 29 2024 Share

Maltese tattoo artist Samuel Schiavone won big at last weekend’s Milano Tattoo Convention. 

Samuel secured second place in the Best of Saturday category, but that’s not all. He also managed to land 1st place in the Best Large Black and Grey category, making him the first Maltese to win these awards. 

Over 500 international artists participate in this international festival, with Samuel placing among the very best from around the world.

 

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