Maltese personalities embark on journey to Ghana to conduct missionary work

Maltese personalities embark on journey to Ghana to conduct missionary work
Nov 6 2022 Share

A group of Maltese personalities, singers and content creators have just started their journey to the West African country of Ghana, where they will be conducting missionary work.

Daniel Umanah, Victor Abela, Kevin Paul Calleja, Megan Caruana, Keane Cutajar and our very own Amy Borg will be working with the Ghana Mission Foundation and HopeXchange to attempt to provide hope to many who are living in extreme poverty.

Ahead of their long journey, Kevin Paul expressed his excitement towards the journey, stating “I just have no idea what to expect but looking forward to experience this mission with an open heart & mind”.

The foundation works tirelessly towards providing hope, funds and resources to the West African country, with a Maltese hospital in the city of Kumasi being one of the main drivers of contribution.

Drop them a follow and keep up with their journey!


Car catches fire on impact in Mosta road incident; 63-year-old man seriously injured

Car catches fire on impact in Mosta road incident
Nov 6 2022 Share

A 63-year-old man sustained serious injuries after his car caught fire following a collision in Triq Burmarrad, Mosta.

The collision took place on Sunday at around 7AM, with the two cars involved being a Honda Accord driven by a 28-year-old Nigerian man living in St. Paul’s Bay and a Toyota Vitz, driven by the 63-year-old-man.

The Vitz caught fire upon impact, with Civil Protection Department Officials and a medical team convening on site to provide assistance. He was taken to Mater Dei hospital soon after, with his injuries certified to be serious.

Police investigations are currently under way.


8-year-old boy falls from balcony in St. Paul’s Bay

8-year-old boy falls from balcony in St. Paul's Bay
Nov 5 2022 Share

⚠️ UPDATED: The police have confirmed that the boy sustained serious injuries after falling from a height of around 3 storeys.

An 8-year-old boy has sustained injuries after falling from a balcony in Triq il-Villeġjatura, St. Paul’s Bay.

The Malta Police Force was informed of the cause and convened on site to assist and investigate.

More on this story as it develops


Limited edition ‘No Bounty’ Celebrations boxes being trialled this Christmas

Nov 5 2022 Share

With Halloween out of the way, Christmas is only a few weeks away and we all know what that means… endless table-side discussions with friends and family regarding which Celebrations treat is the best.

It has become somewhat of a meme that the mini-Bounty bar inside the Celebrations box is always the last one standing and this Christmas, the company behind the popular chocolate box are putting out a number of limited edition ‘No Bounty’ packs.


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The makers of celebrations, Mars Wrigley, have stated that they have kept the Bounty thus far due to the chocolate’s die hard following but despite this, they have partially opted to listen to the masses this year with the limited edition box, which won’t have a single Bounty in sight.

The limited edition tubs will be sold in a select number of stores and pop-ups in the UK and will feature the classic Mars, Snickers, Milkyway, Galaxy, with the beloved Maltesers being introduced as a replacement to the missing Bountys.