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WATCH: Luxol St. Andrews first Maltese team to reach Elite round in Futsal Champions League

WATCH: Luxol St. Andrew’s first Maltese team to reach Elite round in Futsal Champions League
Oct 28 2022 Share

Luxol St. Andrews have made history by becoming the first Maltese team to reach the Elite Round of the UEFA Futsal Champions League after locking in a 5-1 win over Dutch team Hovocubo on Thursday.

 

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The Maltese side came out guns blazing, claiming control for most of the game before securing a comfortable lead in the first half.

The University Sports Hall erupted into cheers after the Maltese team secured the desired three points for a top-three finish.

Luxol are set to face European Champions Barcelona on Saturday for their final match.

Will they continue to make history?

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29-year-old man from Hamrun sustains grievous injuries in Msida skatepark incident

29-year-old man from Hamrun sustains grievous injuries in Msida skatepark incident
Oct 28 2022 Share

Following news of yesterday’s incident at the Msida skatepark, the police have now revealed information on the incident.

The incident took place on Thursday evening at around 10:45pm in the Msida Skatepark, with the vehicle being a Smart car driven by a 29-year-old man from Hamrun.

The man reportedly lost control of his car to the point of overturning, with the car ending up inside the skatepark facilities.

The man was provided medical assistance by a medical team and escorted to Mater Dei Hospital via ambulance for treatment, where he was certified to have sustained grievous injuries.

Civil Protection Department Officials were also on site to assist with the situation.

Police investigations are currently under way.

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Msida accident sees car overturn and crash into skate park

Msida accident sees car overturn and crash into skate park.
Oct 27 2022 Share

An Msida car accident at around 10:30 pm this evening saw a car overturn and crash into the skate park.

 

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Police and officers from the Department of Civil Protection convened to assist on the spot and get the driver out of the car.

More updates to follow.
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Apple’s next iPhone will be using USB-C following EU mandate

Apple’s next iPhone will be using USB-C following EU mandate
Oct 27 2022 Share

It has just been confirmed by Apple leadership that, for the very first time, the next generation of iPhones will use USB-C. 

This will be done to comply with the latest EU mandates which require that all phones across the bloc utilise the charger type and minimise electronic waste. 

Apple’s senior of worldwide marketing Greg Joswiak said that ‘obviously, we’ll have to comply. We have no choice.’ This is because the new law currently dictates that all mobile phones and tablets have to use the USB-C come the fall of 2023. 

The oval shaped plugs are already standard on other consumer electronics such as e-readers, games consoles, laptops and the vast majority of new Android phones. 

Despite resisting the initial move to streamline the chargers for all devices, Apple is now conceding defeat. The EU mandate was pushed for by Maltese MEP Alex Agius Saliba. The move will save approximately 11,000 to 13,000 waste per year after the EU parliament approved the law. 

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