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Today’s Newspaper Cuttings


23 January 2013

Today’s news online di-ve.com Vodafone stops City Gate promoters – Vodafone direct Notarial archives supported by HSBC Malta Foundation – HSBC CSR

Gozonews.com Vodafone teams up with Tenishia to “Raise their Game” – Vodafone direct

Independent.com.mt Melita mobile launches super smartphone sale – Melita direct Vodafone teams up with Tenishia – Vodafone direct

Josannecassar.com Vodafone comes up with best New Year’s resolution ever – Vodafone direct


Vodafone in the news


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VODAFONE DIRECT INDEPENDENT.COM.MT 17 JANUARY 2013

Vodafone teams up with Tenishia

Thursday, 17 January 2013, 14:11

Vodafone is offering a unique chance for all singers to literally Raise their Game by teaming up with world-renowned duo Tenishia in a bid to attract the best talent around and search for a local voice to join them in their continued success. Thanks to Vodafone, all singers, particularly budding ones, are being given this opportunity of a life time to take part in the upcoming projects of duo Tenishia, Cyprian Cassar and Joven Grech. The good news is that they are not just interested in trance but in various voices from different genres of music. Those interested to raise their game are requested to send their voice demo on CD along with an application form that can be downloaded from Vodafone.com.mt/raiseyourgame Duo Tenishia, have raised their game both locally and internationally as once again they made it to DJ MAG top 100 DJs and this year they improved their placing by more than 40 positions, making it to the 50th place. Maria Vella Galea, Brand Manager at Vodafone Malta said that this initiative offers a great opportunity to talented singers who really have something to offer. “This is an exceptional opportunity for budding singers who believe they have what it takes.” She explained the Raise your Game concept stating that, “Raise your Game is all about offering the Maltese people a once in a life time opportunity. Our commitment


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VODAFONE DIRECT INDEPENDENT.COM.MT 17 JANUARY 2013

is to continue offering opportunities to all to raise their game by building on the RaiseYour Game activities that Vodafone ran last year extending it to this unique opportunity for anyone to strive to be the voice that will accompany 2 of the top DJs in the world” This event is yet another part of the Raise your Game initiative launched by Vodafone in October 2012. The telecommunications company believes that the Raise Your Game philosophy is ingrained in the way Vodafone acts as well as through the initiatives that it has introduced to help people maximize their potential. This is an initiative that goes beyond the commercial parameters. Vodafone is promoting a positive attitude which encourages all to do better in everything they do, even in those small, insignificant actions that are perform throughout the day, which will ultimately help make a big difference. “Raise your power, raise your game, determination and will are the road to your fame. It happened to us and it can happen to anyone else,” concluded duo Cyprian Cassar and Joven Grech.


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VODAFONE DIRECT JOSANNECASSAR.COM 22 JANUARY 2013

Vodafone comes up with best New Year’s resolution ever Vodafone Malta has saluted City Gate Valletta that used to host its promoters daily in style. On four different mornings, Vodafone was roaming the streets of Valletta to give away free merchandise to passers by. Dedicated animators entertained all those present who responded positively to these activities. This was Vodafone’s way to celebrate the work of its promoters and thank all its customers for their support. Vodafone constantly listens to what its customers have to say and 2013 promises to be the year which kicks off with a bang. On New Year, Vodafone announced that it will remove its promoters from Valletta’s entrance. An announcement which was placed on the company’s Facebook page and which attracted more than 1,600 likes. This statement was flooded with comments and suggestions. “This is our New Year’s resolution,” said Sandro Pisani, Head of Marketing from Vodafone Malta. “We listened to what people had to say and we decided that we should remove our promoters from Valletta. We encourage people who would like to benefit from our latest offers to visit our shop in Republic Street instead.” 2012 has been a very big year for Vodafone with numerous offers and involvement in major events taking place in Malta, offering customers exclusive access to the latest technology and top events. 2013 promises to be yet another exciting year kicking off with what Vodafone thought would be a great start to the New Year and promising to bring more value to its customers.


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VODAFONE DIRECT DI-VE.COM 21 JANUARY 2013

Vodafone stops City Gate promoters Article By: di-ve.com news editorial@di-ve.com Vodafone Malta has saluted City Gate Valletta that used to host its promoters daily in style and on four seperate days the company gave free merchandise to passers by and dedicated animators entertained those roaming the streets of the capital. Vodafone constantly listens to its customers and when the company announced that it will remove its promoters from Valletta’s entrance the Facebook page attracted more than 1,600 likes. Head of Marketing of Vodafone Malta Sandro Pisani, encouraged people who would like to benefit from the latest offers to visit the shop in Republic Street. While 2012 has been a very big year with numerous offers and involvement in major events taking place in Malta, 2013 promises to be yet another exciting year kicking off with what Vodafone thought would be a great start to the New Year and promising to bring more value to its customers.


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VODAFONE DIRECT GOZONEWS.COM 17 JANUARY 2013

Vodafone teams up with Tenishia to “Raise their Game” Posted By Gozo News On January 17, 2013 @ 3:26 pm In Malta News | No Comments

Vodafone is offering a unique chance for all singers to literally Raise their Game by teaming up with world-renowned duo Tenishia in a bid to attract the best talent around and search for a local voice to join them in their continued success. All singers, particularly budding ones, are being given this opportunity of a life time to take part in the upcoming projects of duo Tenishia, Cyprian Cassar and Joven Grech. “The good news is that they are not just interested in trance but in various voices from different genres of music.” Those interested to raise their game are requested to send their voice demo on CD along with an application form that can be downloaded from www.Vodafone.com.mt/raiseyourgame [1]. Duo Tenishia, have raised their game both locally and internationally as once again they made it to DJ MAG top 100 DJs and this year they improved their placing by more than 40 positions, making it to the 50th place. Maria Vella Galea, Brand Manager at Vodafone Malta said that this initiative offers a great opportunity to talented singers who really have something to offer. “This is an exceptional opportunity for budding singers who believe they have what it takes.” She explained the Raise your Game concept stating that, “Raise your Game is all about offering the Maltese people a once in a life time opportunity. Our commitment is to continue offering opportunities to all to raise their game by building on the RaiseYour Game activities that Vodafone ran last year extending it to this unique opportunity for anyone to strive to be the voice that will accompany 2 of the top DJs in the world. “This event is yet another part of the Raise your Game initiative launched by Vodafone in October 2012. The telecommunications company believes that the Raise Your Game philosophy is ingrained in the way Vodafone acts as well as through the initiatives that it has introduced to help people maximize their potential. Maria Vella Galea concluded, “this is an initiative that goes beyond the commercial parameters. Vodafone is promoting a positive attitude which encourages all to do better in everything they do,


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VODAFONE DIRECT GOZONEWS.COM 17 JANUARY 2013

even in those small, insignificant actions that are perform throughout the day, which will ultimately help make a big difference. “Raise your power, raise your game, determination and will are the road to your fame. It happened to us and it can happen to anyone else,” concluded duo Cyprian Cassar and Joven Grech.


Other stories in the news


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MELITA DIRECT INDEPENDENT.COM.MT 17 JANUARY 2013

Melita Mobile launches super smartphone sale Thursday, 17 January 2013, 14:21

It’s time for the great January sales and bargains. Melita Mobile is providing all bargain hunters with an opportunity to get their hands on fantastic 3G smartphones at unbeatable prices. Melita Mobile is offering a wide range of 3G smartphones for FREE with its hybrid and pay monthly plans starting from just €20 per month. The smartphone sale includes best sellers such as the HTC Wildfire S, Samsung i5500 and the Samsung Galaxy Mini. The Nokia X3-2 is also a great choice for those who want the smartphone experience but are still attached to having a keypad. All Melita Mobile pay monthly plans and hybrid plans include free calls to all Melita fixed and mobile numbers along with unbeatable call rates or bundles of minutes and SMS to all other operators. Get your hands on a brand new fantastic smartphone today from just €20 a month. This offer is valid until 28th February, 2013 or until stock lasts. For more info visit www.melita.com or any of Melita retail stores and authorised resellers.


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HSBC CSR DI-VE.COM 22 JANUARY 2013

Notarial Archives supported by HSBC Malta Foundation Article By: di-ve.com news editorial@di-ve.com HSBC Malta Foundation is supporting the preservation of historical documents by helping improve storage conditions at the Notarial Archives at St Christopher Street, Valletta, home to over 20,000 registers containing notarial records and other historical documents dating back to the late 15 century. Minister for Fair Competition, Small Business, and Consumers Jason Azzopardi said that the Notarial Archives hold an invaluable collection of records offering historical insights that form snapshots of daily life and activities in Malta over a period of six centuries. “The HSBC Malta Foundation’s valuable support and employee voluntary contribution exemplifies the significant role of corporate sustainability within our society,” he said. Part of HSBC’s financial support will fund the implementation of a system designed to stabilise the environmental conditions within the building housing these important documents. Notarial Archives Resources Council member Joan Abela explained that HSBC Malta Foundation has for the past two years contributed towards the ongoing digitisation project with over 150 HSBC employees doing voluntary work at the Notarial Archives in connection with the digital imaging of sixteenth-century volumes. The Notarial Archives Resources Council (NARC) aims to ensure that the rich collection of notarial documents is preserved and protected in a professional, efficient and accessible manner for future generations of researchers. Moreover, NARC envisions the transformation of the Notarial Archives into a leading centre for Maltese historical study which will be fully accessible to both the local as well as the international research community.

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