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PN Wins Gozo Local Council Elections With 1,127 Votes

PN Wins Gozo Local Council Elections With 1,127 Votes
Jun 15 2024 Share

Taking to social media, Nationalist Party spokesperson for Gozo Alex Borg celebrated the victory of the Opposition in Gozo in the local council elections.

The victory was reportedly had with 1,127 votes over the Labour Party.

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In a separate post, Borg highlighted the various wins that led to the overall victory.

The PN retook Żebbuġ with an over 10% increase, whereas Munxar saw a 25% increase as well as the acquisition of a new seat.

All PN candidates in Kerċem were elected, keeping a Nationalist Party majority. With San Lawrenz also sticking to the Nationalist Party, the Qala local council was only 27 votes away from flipping the script to the PN.

‘Gozo once again chose to re-enter its natural home – the Nationalist Party’, wrote Alex.

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PL Ministers Congratulate & Thank Council Candidates

PL Ministers Congratulate & Thank Council Candidates
Jun 15 2024 Share

Taking to social media, Ministers Owen Bonnici, Clayton Bartolo and Clint Camilleri congratulated all the elected local councillors on behalf of the PL ticket.

‘Labour won the local council elections with a majority of 20,000 votes over the Nationalist Party’, wrote Minister for National Heritage, the Arts and Local Government Owen Bonnici.

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In a photo together at the counting hall, as they offered support to all the Labour candidates awaiting the result, the three ministers thanked not only the people who put their names forward to support their localities but all the volunteers who gave so much to the cause they believe in.

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Conrad Borg Manche Reelected To Gżira Local Council

Conrad Borg Manche Reelected To Gżira Local Council
Jun 15 2024 Share

Former Labour Party Gżira mayor Conrad Borg Manche issued a thanks for his supporters, highlighting how he managed to get re-elected to the local council with 562 first count votes.

Borg Manche had resigned from his position back in October of 2023, saying that the Labour Party is no longer a socialist party fighting for the workers.

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Having served as Gżira mayor for eight years, the now independent politician had come to a head with the PL after he accused it of betraying its socialist principles after plans to turn a public garden into a petrol station became known.

Borg Manche also ran for the MEP elections, but failed to get elected despite being one of the favourites behind Arnold Cassola.

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Leah Opens Up About Love Island Malta Experience

Leah Opens Up About Love Island Malta Experience
Jun 15 2024 Share

Taking to social media, Love Island Malta season 2 bombshell Leah spoke about her experience in the villa, interacting with the contestants and her eventual elimination.

‘I wish people would be more open minded about love island situation and avoid writing meaningless comments’, wrote Leah.

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Thanking all the Love Island Malta team for the experience and the support from her friends and family, she said that she and Racquel have ‘absolutely no hate to each other’.

 

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‘To all viewers just remember you are only watching an hour from 24hrs everyday, inside the villa things changes within minutes and the viewers only see part of the conversations and actions made.’

‘For me it was already hard coming out my comfort zone and go on a public dating show and the fact Kyannah was there made it harder and it was a challenge i accomplished.’

‘Although i didnt find a connection I still wish all the islanders the best of luck in this amazing experience of finding love.’

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