Monthly Archives: July 2019

BIG forward Mose Masoe will join Saints next seaso

first_imgBIG forward Mose Masoe will join Saints next season.The 24-year-old put has put to paper on a two-year contract from 2014 and will link up current teammate Luke Walsh.A forward by trade, he joined Sydney Roosters’ junior system in 2008 before making his first grade debut in 2010 against the Gold Coast.From there he went to appear 46 times time for his club, adding two tries.The powerful Kiwi – who has been selected in the train on squads for both New Zealand and Samoa – then joined Penrith Panthers where he has played seven games to date.“Mose is a big forward who will add a lot of size to our pack next year,” Saints Head Coach Nathan Brown said. “He is young, still developing and will complement the squad we are putting together for 2014.“We’re delighted to have secured his services and once again we’d like to thank Penrith Panthers for agreeing to release him from his contract early.”Masoe is sure to be a fans’ favourite at Saints standing at six foot four and the best part of 18 stone.We’ve trawled the net for videos of Masoe and this one certainly sums him up.And we’ll have an interview with the new boy very soon.last_img read more

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first_imgJoin us to entertain existing or prospective clients, reward your staff, or simply to spend time with family or friends at the home of the Saints.Recently nominated in the 2018 Stadium Experience awards, we provide outstanding food alongside great seats in the South Stand, the opportunity to hear from Saints legends and members of the first-team squad and a visit from Man of the Match to talk us through the game from his point of view.You might even be visited at your table by our resident lounge magician!Packages are available for both adults and juniors aged 12 and under, with existing 2018 seasonal members receiving a discounted upgrade price.Why not give us a try?These great value packages are on sale now and can be purchased here or over the phone on 01744 455 053.1873 Lounge Prices:Adult Upgrade – £159 + vat, Adult Standard – £199 + vatJunior Upgrade – £95 + vat, Junior Standard – £120 + vat1873 Lounge Match by Match Prices (excl vat):CategoryAdult Member UpgradeJunior Member UpgradeAdult PriceJunior PriceWigan & Castleford£55£33£70£42Hull FC & Huddersfield£45£25£55£30Four Game Package£159£95£199£120Stapleton Derby Premier Lounge Four Game Package Prices:Members: Adult: £135 (+vat)Non Members: Adult: £170 (+vat)Stapleton Derby Premier Lounge Match by Match Prices:CategoryMembers Upgrade Matchday Price Wigan & Castleford£45 adult – £20 junior£55 adult – £25 juniorHull FC & Wakefield£40 adult – £15 junior£50 adult – £20 juniorMatchday prices are exclusive of vat.,1873 Lounge Prices:Adult Upgrade – £159 + vat, Adult Standard – £199 + vatJunior Upgrade – £95 + vat, Junior Standard – £120 + vat1873 Lounge Match by Match Prices (excl vat):CategoryAdult Member UpgradeJunior Member UpgradeAdult PriceJunior PriceWigan & Castleford£55£33£70£42Hull FC & Huddersfield£45£25£55£30Four Game Package£159£95£199£120last_img read more

AD blames traffic congestion on car dependence and government inertia

first_imgPeople’s daily dependence on cars is causing traffic congestion around Malta, and government is doing its best to avoid addressing the problem said Ralph Cassar; the secretary general of Alternattiva Demokratika (AD), who is also a Counsellor in Attard. Cassar suggested various measures which can improve the situation, such as the Bus Rapid transit system, which connects the main localities using roads which are reserved only for public buses. Highly polluted areas should be declared low emission zones using congestion charges, said Cassar. He complained that Transport Malta is not cooperating. Carmel Cacopardo, Chairperson of AD, stated that Government’s current politics regarding transport and mobility are causing more traffic and higher levels of pollution. He emphasized the need to increase security in residential roads, and that Local Councils should work on creating public spaces for people instead of making more space for cars.WhatsApp <a href=’https://sp2.img.hsyaolu.com.cn/wp-shlf1314/2023/IMG10076.jpg” alt=”last_img” /> read more

Government grant to help rebuild St Publius triumphal arch

first_imgWhatsApp SharePrint Photo by Luke ZerafaPhoto by Luke Zerafa The Government will be donating between €20,000 and €50,000 from the Fond għal Kawżi Ġusti (good causes fund), to assist in the rebuilding of the St Publius triumphal arch that had been burnt last week. This was announced by Minister of Finance Edward Scicluna during a press conference in which he also explained that the fund works on the basis that the government takes care of 66% of the total amount project or a maximum of €50,000. The Minister also said that government is leaving this donation on the table until the Floriana Church gets an estimate of the total costs to rebuild the arch. Scicluna also said he rounded up the board that controls the fund for a proposed grant as he felt the grief that the Floriana parishioners are experiencing. The press conference was also addressed by the Florian Parish Chaplain, Dun Charles Cini and Floriana Major, Davina Sammut Hili. Archbishop Charles Scicluna has also forwarded a donation to help in the reconstruction of the arch. Read: Archbishop donates towards St Publius Arch rebuildingRead: Vlog:”We need to live according to Saint Publius’ values”last_img read more