Fast & Furious drop latest trailer and it features a huge return

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Universal Pictures have just dropped a trailer for the latest edition of the Fast & Furious saga by the name of F9 and what better way to unveil it than the Super Bowl.

The star-studded series looks to be back and bigger than ever featuring some familiar faces in the form of John Cena as the movie’s new big bad or a returning favourite, Sung Kang as Han.

What lies ahead for F9 is truly a mystery but we can’t wait to see the blockbuster franchise make a long overdue return to our screens on May 8.

Neriku Zammit, founder of Neriku Catering passes away at age 84

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Neriku Zammit, founder of Neriku Catering has passed away at the age of 84.

Our family announces the passing away of Neriku Zammit, founder of the company and a beloved husband, father,…

Posted by Neriku Catering on Monday, 8 February 2021

Tributes poured in on social media, celebrating the life of a beloved local entrepreneur with his grandson Henry stating that Neriku taught him lot, amongst them the fact that ‘people work with you and not for you’.

The funeral will take place on Wednesday 10th February at 13.30pm at St. Augustine Church in Valletta.


Have you heard the news? Zen Sushi sends 600 emails to each subscriber due to system glitch

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Zen Sushi to Go have reportedly experienced a technical error where they sent over 600 emails in the span of two minutes to each person on their mailing list announcing the launch of their new website.

Many individuals who form part of Zen’s mailing list reported the issue and took to social media to voice their opinion and make a couple of jokes as well.

Did you receive these e-mails? Let us know in the comments!


The government is “stealing money from people’s pockets” – Grech

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In a political rally held on Sunday in Birkirkara, Opposition leader Bernard Grech addressed a number of issues having to do with the Labour government, namely the number of ‘dubious deals’ and public liberties.

Grech highlighted how the PN promises to put an end to the everyday injustices caused by the government’s wishes to ‘steal money from people’s pockets’ and handing of control to the people “whose stomach is already full.”

Grech also called for impartiality and an end to partisan politics, reiterating that the government’s lack of delivery affects both sides of the political spectrum.