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Opposition leader announces passing of mother Frida

 - Local - Jan 9 SHARE ON:
Opposition leader announces passing of mother Frida

Nationalist Party leader Bernard Grech has announced the unfortunate passing of his mother, Frida on social media. 

Grech posted a social media post in verse, saying that her suffering has now ended and that his mother’s feast with the Lord has begun.

‘You have now been freed from the bonds of a weak body and can fly without difficulty’ said the politician. 

‘The heart is heavy and the sadness great, but I am happy that you are reunited with my dear father.’

‘Go dear mother in grace, and thank you for the care, love and lessons that you gave to me. Keep blessing us’.

Grech’s father John passed away aged 90 in September of last year. 

On behalf of MaltaDaily, we offer Grech’s family our sincerest condolences during such times. 

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Multiple Air Malta flights experiencing hours of delays

 - Local - Jan 8 SHARE ON:

2 technical issues earlier today seem to have effected at least 10 Air Malta journeys with some passengers experiencing over 8 hours of delay.

At least 10 different journeys have so far been effected.

Some passengers have reportedly been waiting in Lyon for more than 8 hours, for a flight that is yet to leave from Malta.

No official statement has been issued by Air Malta.

For more information on flight Departures/Arrivals click here.

Photo Source: Air Malta

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Cristiano Ronaldo’s FIFA rating has hit its lowest level in 16 years

 - Celebrities - Jan 8 SHARE ON:

It marks the first time in a decade that Ronaldo’s FIFA rating has slipped below 90 – it stood at 89 in FIFA 11.

Ronaldo had started the season in FIFA 23 as a 90-rated star.

At 88-rating The Portuguese will still become Saudi’s Al Nassr’s best player in FIFA 23, even with his slight downgrade.

FIFA 23 is the final game in the series, with EA Sports working on its own series which will be called EA Sports FC.

 

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Search for armed thief still ongoing after robbery in Qormi

 - Local - Jan 8 SHARE ON:

Early this morning, at around 3am, Police were informed that a shop in Triq Manuel Dimech, Qormi, was robbed.

From early investigations, Police found out that a man armed with a knife entered the shop and asked the cashier to hand over money.

The alleged thief fled the scene with an amount of cash.

The cashier did not suffer any injuries.

Police Magistrate Leonard Caruana was informed of the case and appointed an inquiry while the investigations are still ongoing.

 

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