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Maltese singer shows raw talent on TikTok and people are loving it

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Maltese singer shows raw talent on TikTok and people are loving it

Emma De Gabriele has been showing TikTokers her raw and pure talent, and they are all loving it. The young singer was even appointed Malta’s very own Youth Delegate to the United Nations, showing her wide range of capability and skill. And as for her voice, we’ll let the video speak (or sing) for itself! 

 

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Her TikTok is packed with covers of international hits but also original songs created by Emma herself. And her approach is absolutely serenading, showing her journey as she improves video after video. 

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l-o-v-e by @Olivia Rodrigo 💓 let’s try keep my sanity with study breaks and ukulele playing !! #fyp #ukulele #oliviarodrigo

♬ original sound – emma 💓

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LESA to start using speed guns to reduce road accidents

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LESA to start using speed guns to reduce road accidents

In the coming weeks, Local Enforcement System Agency (LESA) officers will be using speed guns, aiming to reduce the amount of road accidents in areas highly associated with the problem.

In an interview with ONE News, LESA chief executive Svetlick Flores explained how the guns work with the same system as speed cameras, in that they use radars to detect the velocity of vehicles. 

The main difference between speed cameras and guns is that the latter allow for more mobility and thus can be utilised in different zones. 

Flores said that all roads indicate what velocity is required when driving on it, and that no law indicates that drivers need to be notified about the use of the speed guns. Police have already started to use the speed guns, but the need to extend to LESA was felt. 

Flores said that excessive driving is creating dangerous environments even in residential areas. School exits or crossroads are not exempt from such accidents and should thus require more attention. 

The speeding fines issued through speed guns will be used in the same way that other tickets are issued. The aim is to reduce the number of accidents and, by extension, injuries and fatalities which in recent days became a more prominent problem. 

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Sliema win winter waterpolo championship for ninth time

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Sliema win winter waterpolo championship for ninth time

Sliema have once again emerged victorious for the ninth consecutive time in the Winter Championship. 

The Sliema Frank Salt team beat San Giljan through penalties, making this their first success since 2014 after several postponements due to COVID-19. This gives Sliema their second 2022 honour after they won in the Enemed Cup final. 

 

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Sliema beat their San Giljan rivals in a dramatic penalty shoot out, resolving to a total of 15-14 after the actual match ended in a 10-10 draw. The final score to even the match out at a draw was made by Mark Meli during the last 30 seconds of the match. 

The teams managed to bring it up to 14-14 throughout the penalty round before Sliema’s Matthew Mifsud kicked up to 15 for his team. The penalty taken by San Giljan’s Plumpton was saved by keeper Grixti, leading to the subsequent celebrations. 


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Local photographer captures harsh reality of dolphins in captivity

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Local photographer captures harsh reality of dolphins in captivity

Taking to social media, local photographer Michele Agius highlighted the harsh reality of marine mammals such as dolphins having to stay in captivity. 

Taking an aerial shot of the Mediterraneo Marine Park in Baħar iċ-Ċaghaq, he showed lonely dolphins swimming ‘in endless circles’ in pools instead of their natural habitats. 

‘Here dolphins are forced to swim within the confines of tiny concrete tanks, while their actual home is only a few metres away.’ 

 

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‘Wild dolphins can swim more than 60km a day. In contrast, captive dolphins are exploited & forced to swim in endless circles & perform tricks that their oceanic counterparts never partake in.’ 

Agius highlighted how a dolphin ‘smiling’ is actually an anatomical illusion due to the configuration of their jaws. ‘They are NOT happy’ he stated. 

‘Love animals? Please don’t buy a ticket this summer. We have no right to put these incredible & intelligent creatures in captivity for our own pleasure. We are guests on this planet, not its masters.’ 

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