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WATCH: Just When You Think Nadur Carnival Can’t Get Crazier

WATCH: Just When You Think Nadur Carnival Can't Get Crazier
Feb 13 2024 Share

Over the past weekend, the Nadur Spontaneous Carnival in Gozo showcased an unusual spectacle that caught the attention of many.

Amid the event’s chaos, a group of masked revellers took their celebration to an unexpected level by turning an overturned car into a makeshift dance floor. Captured in a video, these individuals could be seen dancing atop the vehicle, providing an interesting contrast to the traditional street festivities.

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This car-turned-dancefloor stood out as a unique sight against the backdrop of the carnival’s usual mix of elaborate floats, decorations, and costumes.

The crowd, watching from the opposite side of the street, was treated to an unconventional performance that highlighted the carnival’s reputation for embracing the unexpected.

This act of spontaneous creativity embodies the spirit of the Nadur Spontaneous Carnival, known for its lively atmosphere and the freedom it offers participants to express themselves in the most unconventional ways.

The image of carnival-goers dancing on an overturned car will undoubtedly remain one of the most memorable moments from this year’s event, showcasing the lengths to which attendees go to celebrate in their own distinctive styles.

Did you see the dancing car crew whilst in Gozo?

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Maltese Photographer’s Stunning Milan Vs Napoli Photos

Maltese Photographer's Stunning Milan Vs Napoli Photos
Feb 13 2024 Share

Matthias Brancaleone captured a couple of shots from the recent Milan vs Napoli football match at the Italian San Siro Stadium. 

 

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Brancaleone’s shots capture some of the highs and lows of the match, as well as some of the action shots of the moment. 

From leaping players to celebrations and exhausted catching of breath, the photos show, in stunning detail, what goes into a football game of this calibre. 

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Six Youth In Court After Assaulting & Robbing 16 Year Old With Knife

Six Youth In Court After Assaulting & Robbing 16 Year Old With Knife
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Six individuals, comprising five girls and a boy aged between 14 and 20, allegedly assaulted and robbed a 16-year-old boy with a penknife in a Floriana public garden last weekend. 

The victim sustained severe injuries, including cut ligaments in his hands. Police, aided by CCTV footage and intensive investigation, identified and arrested the suspects.

The altercation reportedly stemmed from a verbal dispute between the victim, an ex-boyfriend of one of the assailants’ friends, and the alleged attackers. 

All six defendants faced charges of grievous bodily harm and breaching public peace, with additional charges for theft and possession of a weapon. 

While the court questioned the charges against the 14-year-olds, citing the requirement of malicious intent, the prosecution argued that evidence demonstrated such intent, as the victim was robbed of cash and attacked with a penknife. 

Despite objections from the prosecution, the court granted bail for the defendants, emphasising their right to continue their studies and imposing strict conditions, including a curfew and a ban on contacting the victim.

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Maltese Maria Farrugia Wins Barclays Goal Of The Month

Maltese Maria Farrugia Wins Barclays Goal Of The Month
Feb 13 2024 Share

Malta’s very own Maria Farrugia, who plays with Lewes FC Women, has won the Barclays Goal of the Month award. 

 

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Barclays Women’s Championship social media Twitter account revealed that the Maltese footballer won the award for her stunning manoeuvre before finding the net. 

The team celebrated their team member’s achievement by sharing on social media to congratulate Maria’s achievement. 

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