Disneyland Paris To Introduce New Immersive Worlds

May 7 2024 Share

Disneyland Paris have announced the start of a new era, even changing the name of the iconic park from Walt Disney Studios Park to Disney Adventure World.

In recent years the theme park have opened several new immersive worlds such as the Marvel Avengers Campus back in 2022 and a whole area dedicated to Pixar films such as Toy Story, Cars and Finding Nemo.

It has been announced that a whole new immersive world dedicated to the Disney blockbuster animated film, Frozen will be joining their impressive catalogue of fun parks.

This is not the first Frozen themed land to be built, with there already being one at Disneyland Hong Kong. The new area in Paris will reportedly include an aquatic attraction, two dedicated shops, restaurants and more Arendelle inspired attractions such as the iconic blue castle featured in the film.

It is also reported that Disney have invested a record breaking $540 million into not only the new and under development Frozen them park but also into redeveloping their grand hotel.

It is also confirmed that a ride themed to beloved 2010 movie Tangled and an Alice in Wonderland stunt show  will debut later this month.

The name change to Disney Adventure World will also officially happen once Frozen World opens to the public.



IGM Condemn Prime Minister’s ‘Establishment’ Journalists Comments

IGM Condemn Prime Minister's 'Establishment' Journalists Comments
May 7 2024 Share

Taking to social media, the Institute of Maltese Journalists issued a statement noting with concern the Prime Minister’s tone in the press conference held yesterday.

The IGM noted how the Prime Minister “accused some journalists and their media houses of working for the so-called Establishment, clearly implying they are enemies of the State and of the people.”

“The IGM condemns such comments, which are unacceptable in a democratic society.”

“At a time when the country is on the brink of an election and when a serious case that can have political ramifications will be dealt with by the courts soon, the Prime Minister should not instigate hate towards journalists and the media.”

The IGM called on the Prime Minister to moderate his language.

“After all, journalists are just doing their duty when asking questions and holding the country’s authorities, whoever they are, accountable for their actions.”

“The IGM expresses its full support and solidarity with journalists at this moment and urges them to continue with their work without fear or favour.”


National Day Of Sport Celebrated At Marsa Sports Complex

National Day Of Sport Celebrated At Marsa Sports Complex
May 7 2024 Share

Wife of the Prime Minister Dr. Lydia Abela collaborated with Education, Sports, Youth, Research, and Innovation Minister Clifton Grima to host a National Sports Day at Marsa Sports Complex. The event drew students from numerous schools across Malta and Gozo for a day filled with sports activities. Dr. Abela emphasized the values promoted by sports, such as inclusivity, respect, and discipline, underscoring their importance in children’s education. She expressed gratitude to all participants, particularly the children, for their active involvement.

Minister Grima reiterated the government’s dedication to fostering children’s participation in sports throughout the year, advocating for a healthier lifestyle. He encouraged society to recognize the significance of physical activity and increase engagement in sports.

Mark Cutajar, CEO of SportMalta, highlighted the importance of dedicating a specific day to sports activities, ensuring active participation. SportMalta’s initiatives, including the #BeActive campaign and European Week of Sport, aim to promote physical activity. The ministry is investing in school infrastructure to improve sports facilities for recreation and sports education.

The event featured various sports and activities like Zumba, races, and obstacle courses, fostering a culture of physical activity and healthy living among youth.


Matt Blxck To Present Malta’s Eurovision Points

Matt Blxck To Present Malta's Eurovision Points
May 7 2024 Share

Malta Eurovision Song Contest contestant Matt Blxck will be presenting Malta’s points during the final night of this year’s competition.

Matt Blxck won the public votes, being a very popular candidate to represent Malta with his song ‘Banana’, but it was Sarah Bonnici’s ‘LOOP’ which ultimately came out on top.


View this post on Instagram


A post shared by MATT BLXCK (@mattblxck_official)

So it is rather fitting to have Matt himself presenting the points on the final night, seeing as he is an iconic figure of the local version of the contest.

Congratulations Matt!