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Maltese Junior Eurovision representative Gaia Gambuzza to hit the stage later today

 - Local - Dec 11 SHARE ON:
Maltese Junior Eurovision representative Gaia Gambuzza to hit the stage later today

The Junior Eurovision Song Contest will be taking place in Yerevan, Armenia today and Malta’s very own Gaia Gambuzza will be representing the island with her track ‘Diamonds In The Skies’.

The thirteen-year-old Mosta resident earned her spot representing Malta back in October after emerging first from a list of 16 local Junior Eurovision hopefuls.

Her synth pop, space-esque tune written by Matthew James Borg, has had quite a positive reception amongst Eurovision fans, with locals eagerly awaiting the moment she hits the stage.

Today’s show will be broadcast live at 4PM CET and Gaia will go on fourth on this afternoon’s running order. Unlike the larger Eurovision Song Contest, you can actually vote for Malta, with voting now open on jesc.tv together with a recap of all songs.

GOOD LUCK GAIA!

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Photo Source: EBU / Public Radio of Armenia

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Heavy winds with possibility of rain showers forecasted for Sunday

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Heavy winds with possibility of rain showers forecasted for Sunday

Malta’s Meteorological Office has issued a yellow wind warning, forecasting significantly windy weather on Sunday with winds as strong as force 7 in exposed areas of the Maltese Islands.

The weather is expected to be relatively cloudy with the possibility of isolated rain showers and improve later today. Temperatures are expected to reach highs of 19°C and lows of 16°C

Today’s general situation is caused by a depression over the Balkans and extending towards the Central Mediterranean which is anticipated to move northeastwards.

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Malta to host EU-Med9 summit in 2023

 - International - Dec 10 SHARE ON:

The next EU-Med9 summit will be held in Malta.

The EU-Med9 summit will bring together the leaders of Croatia, Cyprus, France, Greece, Italy, Portugal, Slovenia, Spain, and Malta.

The event is expected to take place in Q4 of 2023 where Malta will be hosting the 10th summit of this kind.

Prime Minister Robert Abela attended this summit, in Spain, during the past days.

 

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Prominent football journalist died while covering the World Cup in Qatar

 - International - Dec 10 SHARE ON:

Prominent American football journalist has died while covering the World Cup in Qatar.

48 year old, Grant Wahl, collapsed during extra time of Argentina vs. Netherlands.

Multiple reports are suggesting he may have had a heart attack.

Last month, Wahl was detained by Qatari authorities for trying to enter a stadium wearing a rainbow shirt, in support of LGBT+.

 

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