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Man dies in Marsaxlokk after yacht battered against breakwater due to Force 8 winds

Man dies in Marsaxlokk after yacht battered against breakwater due to Force 8 winds
Apr 22 2022 Share

Officials within the police force went on site immediately after reports, with first investigations concluding that the yacht is normally occupied by the 70-year-old Englishman and he was probably on board during the time of the accident.

Members of Armed Forces and Civil Protection were also called on site to assist in searches.

This morning, a body, which is yet to be identified, was found close to Delimara shore at around 6am.

Magistrate Dr Leonard Caruana LL.D. opened an inquiry and appointed various experts on the investigation.

RIP.

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Havana set to reopen with major revamp in 5 weeks

Havana set to reopen with major revamp in 5 weeks
Apr 21 2022 Share

It seems just like yesterday when we announced that one of Malta’s iconic clubs, Havana, closed temporarily for a major change. 

Now, exclusive sources have informed MaltaDaily that Havana is set to open back up with a bang in just 5 weeks to welcome music lovers to its dance floor. 

 

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The club is still undergoing its finishing touches, but it is already shaping up to reignite its status as the biggest indoor club in all of Malta. As one of the hottest Hip Hop and R’n’B spots in the Entertainment Mecca, Havana’s return will be one for the books. 

The club was well known for its neon-illuminated DJ stand and the token monkey figure overlooking the main bar. This will continue to embellish one of the most beloved clubbing scenes on the island, and Havana will once again prove its position as the place to be for drinks, music and good company. 

So, in anticipation, make sure you tag your club buddies so that you get them excited for the return of the iconic Havana Club!

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You can finally buy H&M products from Malta!

You can finally buy H&M products from Malta!
Apr 21 2022 Share

The Fashion Outlet Malta has just kicked off their latest, and definitely their biggest, brand reveal yet with four new titles. 

The outlet now boasts four iconic top brands ‘Topshop Topman’, ‘Miss Selfridge’, ‘Havaianas’ and, last but not least, ‘H&M’. 

These beloved brands are sought after everywhere by Maltese fashion lovers whenever they venture off the island. Now, they will be here at our convenience to haul and rock with style. 

The arrival of the likes of H&M on the island marks yet more international recognition for the local market’s demand for the clothing. 

With the Fashion Outlet boasting reasonable prices for some of the most sought-after wears, the new brands are officially available every Monday to Saturday from 9am to 7pm. 

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Racing pigeons illegally shot down as hunting season continues

Racing pigeons illegally shot down as hunting season continues
Apr 21 2022 Share

Following the recent ‘massacre’ of marsh harriers by unknown poachers, social media highlighted yet another killing, this time of racing pigeons. 

A flock of racing pigeons came under fire over the Addolorata Cemetery in Paola. Seven of the birds are believed to have been injured, with one killed, in what appears to be a deliberate targeting of the birds. 

According to Charles Scerri, president of the Federation of Racing Pigeon Clubs, such illegal acts are not isolated. Scerri told MaltaToday that this is experienced every time the hunting season opens up. 

The FKNK was contacted by Scerri and his associates, replying by saying that the matter is being taken seriously. The pigeons are specifically bred for international races and are quite costly to maintain. 

Due to heavy winds on days such as today, the pigeons fly low and this makes them a target to hunters who break the season rules and the law. 

BirdLife Malta also condemned the act, saying that the ‘attitude of impunity amongst the hunting fraternity is to be controlled immediately by the authorities.’ The NGO urged people who find injured pigeons with coloured rings to contact the federation or the Animal Welfare Department. 

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