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Maltese DJ Debrii Wins Tomorrowland Mix Competition

Maltese DJ Debrii Wins Tomorrowland Mix Competition
Jun 18 2024 Share

Maltese DJ Debrii has clinched the top spot in the prestigious DJ mix competition hosted by Tomorrowland Academy in collaboration with One World Radio.

Debrii’s winning mix impressed the team, including Tomorrowland Academy Project Coordinator Lennert Wolfs, who praised it, stating the following: “solid vibe, great storytelling in your set, and perfectly executed!”

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Debrii’s winning mix is scheduled to air on June 19th at 21:00 CET on Tomorrowland One World Radio. 

In a heartfelt video message, Debrii expressed immense gratitude for this honor and extended a warm invitation to local supporters and lovers of the world of Tomorrowland to join in and experience the magic on June 19th.

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Celebrating 30 years of Clio at The Renault Malta Showroom

Jun 18 2024 Share

The Renault Malta Showroom recently hosted a spectacular display celebrating over 30 years of the Renault Clio. This event showcased ten iconic Clio versions, including the latest full hybrid model, under the campaign “Renault Clio – Same Love, New Energy.”

The Clio, first introduced in 1990, has evolved through five generations, becoming Renault’s most successful model and the best-selling French car of all time, with over 15 million units sold globally.

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This milestone event brought together vintage Clio models and their proud owners, capturing the essence of the Clio’s journey from its humble beginnings to its current status as an advanced, hybrid-powered vehicle.

A Journey Through Time

Clio I: Launched in 1990 as a versatile small car, the first-generation Clio immediately became a favorite, winning European Car of the Year in 1991. Its blend of practicality, quality, and equipment set a new standard in the small car market.

Clio II: Debuted in 1998, this model brought a curvier design and advanced safety features, such as ABS and airbags, making it a pioneer in the supermini segment.

Clio III: Unveiled in 2005, this generation introduced premium features like hands-free keycards and a more refined interior. It also earned a five-star Euro NCAP safety rating.

Clio IV: Launched in 2012, it featured a design inspired by the DeZir concept car and brought new technologies like the R-LINK media system. The Clio IV’s customization options were a hit among buyers.

Clio V: The latest generation, introduced in 2019, marks the most advanced Clio yet. With its hybrid E-TECH powertrain, it offers up to 80% electric driving in the city, combining performance with efficiency.

A Day of Celebration

The event started at 9 AM, with the display set up in front of the Renault Malta Showroom. Attendees had the opportunity to admire the evolution of the Clio through the decades, from the vintage models to the latest hybrid. The Malta Daily team captured the event, taking stunning photos and videos to promote on social media.

Capturing the Essence

This celebration wasn’t just about looking back at the Clio’s history but also highlighting its future. The latest Renault Clio E-TECH full hybrid represents a new era for the iconic model, injecting fresh energy into its legacy.

With advanced technology, enhanced safety features, and a sporty design, the new Clio continues to embody the spirit of innovation and accessibility. The “Renault Clio – Same Love, New Energy” campaign perfectly encapsulates this blend of nostalgia and forward-thinking, ensuring that the Clio remains a beloved choice for drivers around the world.

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Health Minister Congratulates Doctors Class of 2024 After Buscade Visit

Jun 18 2024 Share

After a surprise visit at the ministry, Malta’s Minister for Health and Active Ageing, Jo Etienne Abela, took to Facebook to celebrate the newly-graduated doctors of 2024.

The fresh graduates paid a visit to the Ministry of Health during their traditional end-of-course buscade, an annual event held by that year’s graduating class to celebrate the end of a University course.

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Minister Abela shared his enthusiasm for the occasion, posting photos of the cheerful group and expressing his pride in their accomplishments.

“A sweet moment which, without a doubt, left a smile for the rest of the day,” he wrote. This message comes before these newly-graduated students head into the world of health, some of which potentially interacting with the minister in their career’s distant future.

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Maltese Page Issues Tips To Protect Animals Amid Heat Surge

Maltese Page Issues Tips To Protect Animals Amid Heat Surge
Jun 18 2024 Share

In light of the recent heatwave sweeping across Malta, local page ‘Maltese Islands Weather’ has emphasised the importance of safeguarding our beloved pets and stray animals. With temperatures soaring, it is crucial for everyone to be aware of the risks and take necessary precautions to protect our furry and feathered friends from heat-related dangers.

The post outlines several key measures to ensure animal safety during this intense heat. It highlights the alarming signs of heatstroke, such as heavy panting, fever, and vomiting, urging immediate veterinary attention if any of these symptoms are observed. Emphasis is placed on maintaining a constant supply of fresh water not just for pets but also for strays, birds, and even insects, stressing the importance of hydration.

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Additionally, the post advises against leaving pets in parked vehicles, which can become dangerously hot in a matter of minutes. Walking pets during cooler parts of the day and avoiding hot sidewalks are also recommended to prevent burns and discomfort. The importance of regular grooming to help animals stay cool is noted, along with the caution to never fully shave their fur, as it offers protection from harmful UV rays.

By following these guidelines, the community can help ensure the safety and well-being of all animals during this period of extreme heat. Animals are our friends, and they deserve our care and respect.

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