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Michael Schumacher’s wife breaks 8 year silence on husband’s state

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Michael Schumacher’s wife Corrina has recently broke her 8 year silence on her husband’s state. She told the creators of the new documentary ‘Schumacher’ that the former Ferrari driver is  “different, but here”. Corrina also told them that he “still shows her how strong he is every day”.

 

 

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In the documentary, viewers will also see Corrina admit that Michael expressed concerns about the snow conditions before his accident happened. She will also reportedly reveal the reason she has kept private on his state all this time.  She sorrowfully expressed how;“Of course, I miss Michael every day. But it’s not just me who misses him. I mean, everybody misses Michael, but Michael is here. Different, but he’s here and that gives us strength, I find.”

The documentary will not only feature Michael’s family but also many Formula One figures like Bernie Ecclestone and Sebastien Vettel. The documentary will be released on the 15th of September and will give fans more insight into Michael’s career and present state.

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Moving around Malta’s roads safely with Bolt’s e-scooters

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Malta’s roads are notorious for reckless driving and leaving vehicles parked where they, well, shouldn’t be. However, as we try to move towards more sustainable modes of travelling to protect our environment and ourselves, Bolt Scooters can offer a possible alternative. And with this big shift in navigation come various safety procedures which can make travel easier, safer and more accessible. 

 

 

 

 

Light and fun adventures!

The first true benefit of using e-scooters is their light weight and lack of space they occupy. Venturing with one of these vehicles ensures that streets and public spaces are not congested. This can make roads safer for the disadvantaged such as wheelchair users or people pushing prams. Delivery drivers who have had their hands full delivering your food during the pandemic can also benefit from this safety!

 

 

 

 

The Art of Parking your Bolt Scooter

Try to park your scooter safely by thinking of it as an art piece. Instead of creating a nuisance by parking it on private property or even blocking a path way, an elegantly settled scooter against an available rack or designated parking zone will not only safeguard other citizens but also highlight a space in a somewhat aesthetically pleasing collection of scooters ready for use. 

 

 

 

 

Scooters are enjoyed by all!

We can help reduce road incidents by respecting each other’s time and mental state. We are all sharing a street, a road, a passageway, together! If everyone is still fuming about finding their scooter recklessly thrown onto some road side, people are more prone to traffic altercations. The art of parking your scooter can avoid all this and create a better travel experience. 

 

 

 

 

A green future ahead!

Finally, the scooters themselves are our road (pun intended) towards greener, better-connected cities. The prospect of Bolt scooters should be encouraging for several reasons. We’re protecting the environment and communicating through state of the art technology how to have safer and easier modes of transportation!

 

 

 

 

Follow this instructional video for more information on moving around safely with Bolt’s e-scooters!

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Woman dies following Gzira motor-cycle incident

Woman dies following Gzira motor-cycle incident
Sep 9 2021 Share

A woman sadly passed away after she was hit by a motorcycle in Gzira on Wednesday evening. The woman, whose identity has not as of yet been revealed, was hit by a Kymco motorcycle driven by a Zebbug resident aged 43-years-old. The accident occurred at around 2:15 am in Triq ix-Xatt. 

Despite being taken to Mater Dei Hospital for treatment, she was certified deceased after arrival. A police investigation is ongoing, with Magistrate Astrid May Grima being appointed to the inquiry. 

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Robert Lewandowski points to respect sign as Polish fans boo England players for kneeling

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Yesterday night, England played Poland in what ended in a 1-1 stalemate. However the event which caught nearly every fan’s eye happened before a ball was even kicked.

 

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Before the start of any match the English players kneel to respect the Black Lives Matter movement. Kneeling before the game has become a controversial topic in football, and the English players have been receiving a lot of hate because of it. In their last match against Hungary they were booed whist kneeling and this match was no different, as Polish fans were heard booing the English players.

When he heard the Polish fans boo, Robert Lewandowski looked directly in the camera and pointed towards the respect badge on the kit. This was applauded by many football fans on social media. Many fans have said that this defiance from big players is needed to tackle this problem.

 

 

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The game wasn’t lively at all as the first goal came in the 72nd minute through a brilliant Harry Kane goal. In the dying embers of the game, Damian Szymański scored a well placed header to equalise the match during the 93rd minute.

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