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Sandra Gauci Reads Online Hate Comments

Sandra Gauci Reads Online Hate Comments
Jun 6 2024 Share

ADPD Chairperson and MEP candidate Sandra Gauci recently posted a video on Instagram where she read mean online comments directed at her. The video was captioned, “Why women do not enter politics. Insults, harassment of all sorts. These are some of the insults I got during this campaign.”

In the video, Gauci explained that she typically avoids reading such comments because they are not constructive and often focus on her appearance or voice. Despite this, she showed a sense of humour about the situation, making light of the insults rather than taking them personally.

Gauci’s post aims to highlight the harassment that female politicians often face. By sharing her experiences, she hopes to shed light on the challenges women encounter in politics. Her reaction to the comments shows resilience and a commitment to push past the negativity as she continues her campaign for the European Parliament elections this Saturday.

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Golden Retriever Bruno Meets His Brothers for the First Time

Jun 6 2024 Share

In a heartwarming TikTok video that’s quickly gaining popularity, local golden retriever Bruno finally meets his brothers, Kobe and Max.

The video captures the joyous moment when the three dogs see each other for the first time. Their tails wag in joy and they appear absolutely delighted to be together. The wholesome video continues to show Bruno, Kobe, and Max running around, playing, and exploring their surroundings together.

This adorable reunion highlights the special bond between siblings, even among dogs, and has touched the hearts of many viewers on #MaltaTikTok.

When’s the last time you were this happy to see someone?

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Lifeguards Save Young Woman From Drowning In Sliema

Jun 6 2024 Share

A 19-year-old German woman was rescued from a perilous situation at Fond Għadir in Sliema.

Two lifeguards from the Malta Red Cross were in the area and jumped in the waters to save the young woman from what could have become a much worse situation.

The lifeguards kept the woman afloat until two RHIBs arrived at the scene, manned by members of the Civil Protection Department and members of Malta’s Armed Forces.

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Participate in the European Web Survey on Drugs 2024!

Participate in the European Web Survey on Drugs 2024!
Jun 5 2024 Share

This survey is a chance for you to make a difference in shaping future drug policies and health interventions across Europe. By sharing your experiences and views, you can help create a safer and healthier community for everyone.

The survey is quick and easy to complete. It might take as little as 10 minutes, or up to 45 minutes if you choose to answer more questions. Your input is valuable, no matter how much time you can spare.

aImportantly, your responses are completely anonymous and confidential. The survey does not collect any personal information beyond your age and gender. Your IP address is not recorded, and no personal details will be linked to your answers. Only summary results will be published, ensuring your privacy is protected.

By participating, you contribute to a better understanding of drug use patterns in Europe. This knowledge helps shape effective policies and health programs. Every voice matters, and your participation can help bring about positive change.

If you’re 18 or older, click the button to start the survey. Your honest answers will make a real difference. Join us in creating a healthier future for our community. Make sure your voice is heard!

FILL IN THE SURVEY HERE!

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