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Ride and save 50% as Forus officially launches in Malta this festive season

 - Travel - Nov 22 SHARE ON:
Ride and Save 50% as Forus officially launch in Malta this festive season

As the festive season etches closer and we’re more likely to indulge ourselves in some Christmas drinks, safe commuting combined with reasonable prices will prove a godsend.

Apart from not having to mentally debate between catching a cab ride or taking your car and struggling with finding parking when going out, you will benefit from Forus’ new launch in many ways.

Completing 1 million journeys in just six months, Forus aims at replicating that success in Malta through a 50% discount on all rides up to €5 per ride during the launch phase.

The first expansion out of the Baltic region from which it emerged, Forus was founded in 2022 and quickly established itself by building a community of loyal drivers and customers.

Offering fast pickups and partnering with experienced drivers using quality cars, the app gives customers the option to select specific vehicles to their preference. This transparency has proven immensely successful and will now also be available to riders in Malta.

Managing Director at Forus, Eduard Dubrovski, said that the platform will open a whole range of choices for locals, including giving customers and drivers the chance to co-own the business through a loyalty system. The success of Forus is synonymous with success for customers.

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Criticism Not Hate: Reporter calls out insults after queen comment

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Criticism Not Hate: Reporter calls out insults after queen comment

TVM reporter Joanna Camilleri took to social media to call out disgusting insults directed at her following her post-match coverage on TVM after the England-Iran World Cup game.

After footage of Camilleri saying that the Queen must be proud of England’s performance began to make rounds on social media., it was pointed out to her that it is now King Charles and she reiterated by saying that Queen Elizabeth must be praying for them. 

As the clip made rounds, Camilleri noted that many were outright insulting her for her little mistake and condemned the comments on her social media. 

“Why so much hatred when a person is doing her job well to give service? I feel saddened by the insults made towards me for no reason other than their personal agendas” she said. 

“Is this how you want women to enter the workforce? I accept criticism, but not hatred! Is this how we want to aid in the campaign against mental abuse?”

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Mrieħel bypass closed after tree collapses onto moving car

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Mrieħel bypass closed after tree collapses onto moving car

Drivers are being advised to avoid the Mrieħel bypass Valletta direction, which was closed after a tree fell onto a moving car.

The tree fell as a result of heavy winds in the area, which were reported earlier this week. This is Malta’s second case of a tree falling on a moving vehicle, with a bus suffering major damage after a tree smashed into its windscreen in Burmarrad on Monday.

It is not known whether any injuries were sustained. More on this story as it develops.

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Rahal Gdid victim identified: Police operation in Qrendi underway.

 - Local - Nov 22 SHARE ON:
Rahal Gdid victim identified: Police operation in Qrendi underway.

The woman who was shot dead at Corradino industrial estate in Paola has been identified as mother of two Bernice Cassar. 

The shooting occurred around 0800hrs on a road behind the MCAST campus where the 40-year-old woman was driving her car.

A witness from a nearby factory said he heard three shots fired at the aforementioned time with another saying that a grey car was seen leaving the scene shortly after the shooting. 

A police investigation is currently ongoing in Triq il-Karaġiniżi, Qrendi, to arrest the person suspected of murdering 40-year-old Bernice Cassar this morning. 

NET News has gone live from the scene, showing several police officers surrounding the vehicle. 

Cassar was reportedly shot dead during an argument at Kordin’s industrial estate, with police confirming that three shots were fired. 

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