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Embracing History: Pjazza 1902’s Restoration Journey

Apr 29 2024 Share

Step back in time at Pjazza 1902, a cherished landmark with a rich historical legacy. Originally constructed in 1902 under the reign of King Edward VII of the United Kingdom, this site served as a recreational center for wounded soldiers during World War 1, forming an integral part of St. Andrews Barracks.

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In its colorful history, Pjazza 1902 underwent a transformation in the 1980s when it became the renowned Raffles Discotheque, a popular nightlife destination. However, tragedy struck in 1989 when a fire caused extensive damage, leading to years of abandonment.

Determined to preserve its heritage, Pjazza 1902 was meticulously restored to its former glory. Today, this historic venue has been revived into a multifaceted space that celebrates its storied past while offering modern amenities.

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National Archives of Malta PDM03148

The slogan “Here, Everyone Rules!” embodies the ethos of Pjazza 1902, inviting guests to feel like royalty and part of a vibrant community. As a family-friendly destination in Malta, Pjazza 1902 features a casual dining restaurant, engaging play areas for children, and comprehensive childcare services.

Whether you’re seeking a historical retreat, a kids-friendly restaurant, or a unique hangout spot in Malta, Pjazza 1902 promises an unforgettable experience, blending history with contemporary charm. Explore the best of Malta’s cultural heritage at Pjazza 1902—an iconic destination where the past meets the present.

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Families Attend Opening Of ECOHIVE Academy In Marsaskala

Families Attend Opening Of ECOHIVE Academy In Marsaskala
Apr 29 2024 Share

Throughout Sunday, numerous individuals attended the opening of the ECOHIVE Academy.

The center’s goal is to enhance awareness about the circular economy and waste management to transform it into a resource. Children had the chance to engage with augmented reality, digital games, and interactive exhibits at the center.

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The facility is divided into zones, each focusing on different waste management facilities that will be part of the ECOHIVE project. Upon entry, children were provided with tablets containing QR codes in each zone, allowing them to play digital games and learn more about waste processing.

For this occasion, families visiting the center also enjoyed various activities and family entertainment at the Marsaskala Family Park. Besides traditional games and other activities, children also had the opportunity to meet WasteServ’s three mascots – General Buzz, Commander Yellow, and the Garbage Monster. Visitors also witnessed K-9 dog shows inside the Kordin Corrective Facility and interacted with participants from MasterChef Malta.

Minister for the Environment, Energy, and Port Regeneration, Miriam Dalli, also graced the Open Day, where she met with families visiting the ECOHIVE Academy.

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11 Year Old Girl At Risk Of Dying After Being Hit By Car

11 Year Old Girl At Risk Of Dying After Being Hit By Car
Apr 29 2024 Share

This morning, at around 0700hrs, police were informed of a traffic accident which took place in Triq Fisher, l-Imġarr.

Police officials and an emergency doctor gave first assistance to a 11 year old girl, who, according to preliminary investigations, was reportedly hit by a Peugeot 308 driven by a 55 year old man resident of St Paul’s Bay.

A medical team arrived on site and gave further assistance, transporting the girl to Mater Dei Hospital. The girl was certified as having suffered serious injuries.

The driver was also taken to Mater Dei Hospital for suffering shock. An inquiry has been opened and investigations are still ongoing.

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Public Attends Civil Protection Malta Open Weekend

Public Attends Civil Protection Malta Open Weekend
Apr 29 2024 Share

In an open weekend, Civil Protection Malta invited the public for two days full of activities – giving a glimpse to the audience into the hard work that goes into their service.

With showcases of rescues from crash sites as well as activities for kids, the public were treated to a wide range of displays relating to their work – as well as some live entertainment.

This comes as the CPD welcomes 64 new fire fighters into their ranks. Did you attend the open weekend?

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