It’s time for one of those lists! A top ten of great Maltese songs from all time!
1 – New Cuorey – Il-Bajja Tal-Mellieha
2 – Tony Camilleri – L-Ghannej (cover)
3-Mike Spiteri-Keep Me In Mind
4-Amanda – Hafna Xoghol Ma Jghoddx Ghalina (Part 2)
5-Freddie Portelli – Viva Malta (the Best selling Maltese song, it can’t be a real Maltese top ten without it!)
6-Freddie Portelli – Ghal Dejjem (Forever)
7-The Greenfields – Il-Banda ta’ Indri’
8-The Greenfields – Lejlet L-Imnarja
9-Gianluca Bezzina – Tomorrow
10-Freddie Portelli – Ma Kellekx Tort (It wasn’t your fault)
Malta Carnival 2017 will be held from Thursday 23rd February to 25th February.
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This post will be updated with results and new photos from this year’s Malta Carnival.
Meanwhile check out a couple of Carnival videos:
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Continue reading Malta Carnival 2017 Programme – Karnival ta’ Malta 2017 Programm u Rizultati
A very educational factory visit to Magro Brothers company in Gozo. This is not an endorsement of their products, and actually, I did tell them they should use no sugar in their products, but they told me it is just not possible. Thing is, foreign producers of similar tomato products do manage to avoid sugar, so how is it not possible here in Malta?
The Magro Brothers Group of Companies is a family owned organisation in Xewkija, Gozo, dedicated to the production and provision of quality food.
View the six educational videos in the playlist below:
Everyone this morning in Malta was shocked by the news of a Military Plane Crash. A aeroplane by the Luxembourg military allegedly was taking off to go on a military mission in Misrata in Libya, at 7.15am today. News in Malta claimed that the plane was leased to Frontex, however on Twitter Frontex wrote that it “was not deployed by Frontex”.
The plane was of the twin-prop Metroliner type. The plane crashed near the road and the old Ħal Safi barracks.
So far it appears 5 persons are dead. It is not known whether other people are dead besides those in the plane.
RTK radio warned people not to go Ħal Luqa. Ambulances and fire engines went on the spot. Malta International Airport has been reopened with some delays in flights.
The BBC reported that Maltese authorities said that the flight had been part of a French customs operation to track illicit trafficking of drugs and people.
However French customs tweeted denying this: “Nous vous remercions pour vos messages mais aucun #douanier français n’était à bord de l’appareil qui s’est écrasé à #Malte”
The BBC wrote that an investigation into the causes of the crash is to be conducted by the French defence ministry, and French Defence Minister Jean-Yves Le Drian confirmed that three of the victims were ministry staff while the other two were contractors. French media is saying that the victims were DGSE members ie spies. DGSE is France’s external intelligence agency.
Vimeo video by Sylvana Zammit / Newsbook.com.mt:
YouTube video by Paul Pietka
Malta International Airport issued a statement on Facebook: