On the occasion of the trigesima die from the death of CRISTINA PARLATO TRIGONA, Mass for the repose of her soul will be celebrated tomorrow at 6pm at St Aloysius College chapel, Birkirkara. The attendance of relatives and friends will be greatly appreciated. Lord, grant her eternal rest.
ATTARD MONTALTO – ANTHONY. In loving memory, on the 18th anniversary of his death. Always remembered by his family.
CARUANA – JOSEPH. On the 57th anniversary of his demise. Never forgotten by his children Maurice, Antonella, Elena, Maria and Hugh, in-laws and grandchildren. Lord, grant him eternal rest.
FARRUGIA – CARMELO. In loving memory of a dear father, today the eighth anniversary of his passing away. Never forgotten by his sons and daughter, Joseph, Neville, Victor, Rosette, Mario and Noel. May the Lord grant him eternal rest.
MEA – DOLLY. Fondly remembered by her nephew, niece and in-laws, today the 14th anniversary of her demise. Lord, grant her eternal rest.
PARASCANDALO – MARIA. Everlasting and treasured memories of a never forgotten mother, today the 16th anniversary of her demise. Deeply missed and always in our hearts, Mary Rose, Lawrence, Ninette, Josette and Anna, in-laws and grandchildren.
Voluntary organisation Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat Malta has donated €500 to the Richmond Foundation, which works in the mental health field.
President Laiq Ahmed Atif said he was glad to make the contribution to a foundation that carried out such “noble work”.
The foundation’s chief executive officer Antoinette Shah and chairman Anthony Guillaumier thanked Mr Atif.
They said such donations were “much needed” for the foundation to continue with its work.
There will be power cuts as follows on Monday:
Between 8am and noon in Qalbiena Mostin Avenue, Carmelo Schembri, Anton Schembri Adami, Tal-Wej, Mother Theresa and Dun Karm Schembri streets, Mosta.
Between 8am and 1pm in King’s Gate, Wignacourt Square, Ġilbiena, Alessio Erardi and Giuseppe Micallef streets, Żabbar.
Between 8.30am and noon in St Domenica Street, Victoria.
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