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Owen Leuellen Proposes On Valentine’s Day?! Not Yet…

Owen Leuellen Proposes On Valentine's Day?! Not Yet...
Feb 14 2024 Share

Relax, it was not an actual proposal… yet. 

Taking to social media, X Factor Malta Season 1 runner up rapper Owen posted a couple of photos with his significant other Diane whilst in Paris.

In a suggestive image involving a ring, he captioned the post: ‘will you be my Valentine? Scratch that… will you be my future wife and mother of my future kids?’

 

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He continued the post by saying ‘looking forward to keep enjoying the rest of my life with you’. The post immediately gained traction, with many congratulating the couple.

However, in an Instagram story, Owen later shared an article reporting the proposal and wrote: ‘Cute but it was not a proposal… yet hahaha’. 

But now he’s got us also waiting to pop the big question. 

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Gaia Releases New Song “Sincerely, You” For Valentine’s

Gaia Releases New Song "Sincerely, You" For Valentine's
Feb 14 2024 Share

Local singer and songwriter Gaia Cauchi has released an evocative single titled “Sincerely, You” for this Valentine’s Day. 

 

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‘This emotionally charged song is a deeply personal letter, written in the form of a heartfelt message to the younger self, reflecting on the challenges faced and triumphs achieved through the tumultuous journey of growing up in the music industry.’

The song dives into the artist’s personal experiences of navigating the music industry. 

‘Through the lens of self-reflection, Gaia shares a musical journey that transcends the boundaries of time and resonates with those who have encountered adversity and triumphed over it.’

 

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Have you heard this song yet?

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3,977 Reported Road Accidents In Last 3 Months Of 2023

3,977 Reported Road Accidents In Last 3 Months Of 2023
Feb 14 2024 Share

During the fourth quarter of 2023, there was a notable rise in road traffic accidents and casualties compared to the same period in the previous year, with seven fatalities recorded. 

The reported traffic accidents increased by 4.2% to 3,977, with the Northern Harbour district witnessing the highest number. Casualties rose by 12.1% to 427, including 110 grievously injured individuals, predominantly males. 

The fatalities involved five males and two females, with the majority occurring in the 26 to 40 age group.

Passenger cars were most frequently involved in accidents, followed by motorcycles and goods-carrying vehicles. 

The fatalities resulted from various incidents, including collisions between vehicles and pedestrians being hit by vehicles. Fridays saw the highest number of casualties, and Tuesdays recorded the most accidents. 

The majority of accidents occurred between 09:00 – 11:59. Birkirkara had the highest incidence of accidents.

Overall, there was an increase in road traffic accidents across all districts except for the South Eastern and Gozo and Comino district. 

Despite the decrease in fatalities compared to the previous year, reported injury accidents and non-injury accidents saw an increase in 2023.

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Maltese Farmers To Protest Again On Thursday

Maltese Farmers To Protest Again On Thursday
Feb 14 2024 Share

Farmers are gearing up for their second protest this Thursday, once again mobilizing their tractors and marching from Ta’ Qali to Valletta. Organized by the Għaqda Bdiewa Attivi and supported by various other food production-related organizations, the protest aims to build upon the achievements of their initial demonstration held two weeks ago.

Marked as the first organized protest by farmers in a generation, the previous event was part of a larger movement across Europe, where EU farmers voiced their concerns about stringent European regulations and trade agreements that disadvantage them against cheaper foreign produce flooding EU markets.

In anticipation of Thursday’s protest, farmers have stated their intention to present the government with several proposals aimed at mitigating the adverse effects of these EU policies.

The protest is scheduled to commence at 11:45 am, with farmers driving through Attard, the Mrieħel bypass, Marsa-Ħamrun bypass, Aldo Moro Road, Blata l-Bajda, and Floriana, concluding at Triq l-Għassara tal-Għeneb along Valletta’s waterfront. Following this procession, vehicles will be parked, and a press conference is slated to take place around 2 pm.

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