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PN MP Adrian Delia and Cynthia welcome baby boy

 - Local - Dec 30 SHARE ON:
PN MP Adrian Delia and Cynthia welcome baby boy

Taking to social media, former Nationalist Party leader and  MP Adrian Delia revealed that ‘after 5 hours of labour one super brave mummy eve birth’ to their son. 

‘I have no words…just tears of joy’ Delia explained, calling his partner Cynthia an absolute hero and their newborn ‘simply awesome.’

‘God is great. We thank God with all our hearts’ the MP explained. The couple have not yet revealed anymore details, such as the name of their son, but given how recent it bodes well to allow the couple their privacy as they enjoy their son coming into the world.

On behalf of the MaltaDaily team, we congratulate Adrian and Cynthia. 

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Football legend Pele dies aged 82

 - International - Dec 29 SHARE ON:

Brazilian football legend Pele, has died at the age of 82.

Regarded as one of the best football stars of all time, Pele scored a world record 1,281 goals in 1,363 appearances during a 21-year career, including 77 goals in 92 matches for his country.

Pele is the only player to win the World Cup three times, and was named Fifa’s Player of the Century in 2000.

During the past few hours, Pele lost his battle with cancer after suffering with kidney and prostate problems in recent years.

His daughter Kely Nascimento has kept fans updated on her father’s condition with regular social media updates. Today she posted: “Everything we are is thanks to you. We love you infinitely. Rest in peace.”

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Bike-sharing app ‘Nextbike’ closing in Malta; credits multiple reasons

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Bike-sharing app 'Nextbike' closing in Malta; credits multiple reasons

The company behind bike-sharing app Nextbike, Nextbike Malta Limited, has announced that it will be terminating its operations in Malta on 31st December 2022.

The company listed a number of reasons behind the decision, including the emergence of micro-mobility systems, ride-hailing services and free public transport, in addition to the lack of suitable urban bike infrastructure & road safety.

“Regular theft and vandalism, in addition to two years of COVID, have also had a terrible effect on the company’s income”, a lengthy post by the company stated.
“Nextbike Malta is still of the opinion that a national bike-sharing program is necessary. But these systems’ unit economics won’t function unless the government actively encourages, promotes, and provides incentives for people to use bicycles as a substitute form of transportation.”
The company has informed the public and their followers that the Customer Service number (+356 2099 6666) will be in operation until January 31, 2023.
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2022 predicted to be UK’s warmest year on record, experts say

 - International - Dec 29 SHARE ON:

2022 is slated to be dubbed the UK’s warmest year on record according to the national Met Office’s provisional records. This year’s average exceeds the previous record of an average temperature of 9.88°C in 2014.

Source: UK Met Office

Throughout 2022, every single month except December has been warmer than average, with many remembering the country’s ‘extreme’ heat during the summer season.

As climate change continues to affect countries around the world, its effects on the UK remain particularly notable, with the 10 years of warmest temperatures since 1884 all happening after 2003.

“Although it doesn’t mean every year will be the warmest on record, climate change continues to increase the chances of increasingly warm years over the coming decades,” Met Office National Climate Information Centre head Dr Mark McCarthy stated.

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