Five local pizza places you should try this weekend

 - Food - Mar 19 2021 SHARE ON:

Times are tough for local businesses right now and keeping the ball rolling is much more difficult than it once was, so supporting local is a HUGE thing to do right now. Every now and then, we compile a list of some of the best local eateries and activities, and the following is a short list of some of our favourite pizza spots. Take a look below and if you find tonight’s dinner, let us know.

This St. Julian’s pizza place provides Artisanal Italian Style pizza which makes our mouth water even by looking at it!

Exploding with flavour, their light, crispy pizza crust is to die for and with their traditional order-by-weight system, enough is never enough.


Emmanuel’s Bakery is a staple Qormi establishment beloved by many… and its crust is the stuff of legend.

Think thick, fluffy Maltese bread, in pizza form, and to top it all off (pun intended) their wide variety of flavours and toppings make this place a must-try.

Sotto Pizzeria’s food is a journey in and of itself and brings its trademark ‘pins Romana’ to the streets of Valletta.

A fan favourite for many, nothing really compares to Sotto’s diverse palette of delicious flavours and satisfying textures.

Calling this place a Hamrun hotspot a local gem would be putting it lightly.

Pulcinella Cafe & Pizzeria offers some of the finest Neapolitan flavours the island has to offer and its classic Italian dining setting and family-run vibe will make you feel right at home. Pizza Lovers, if you haven’t tried this one, get to it ASAP.

Specials on specials on specials. Pepito Pizza Truck is a one-of-a-kind dining experience which brings traditional, freshly-baked Italian delights straight to your door.

With such a wide variety of pizzas to choose from, with free delivery on certain nights, it’s too hard to resist.


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Spain legalises euthanasia

 - International - Mar 19 2021 SHARE ON:
spain legalises euthanasia

Lawmakers in Spain’s lower parliament have voted in favour of legalising assisted suicide and euthanasia. Taking effect in June, the law will allow patients who have suffered for a long time with ‘serious, chronic illness with no chance of no recovery and unbearable suffering’ to seek support in undergoing assisted suicide.

Before the legislation’s passing, assisting suicide of another person could lead to 10 years in prison. Along with Belgium, Luxembourg and Netherlands however, Spain becomes another European country to legalise the practice. Portugal however, the country’s neighbour, attempted the legislation but failed as it deemed it ‘unconstitutional. Spanish Prime Minister Pedro Sanchez stated that through this law, the country has become more humane, fairer and freer.


#CurfewForMen trends in UK after Sarah Everard disappearance

 - International - Mar 19 2021 SHARE ON:

After the tragic disappearance and discoveries connected to the late Sarah Everard, the hashtag Curfew For Men has started trending in the UK. Sarah, 33, disappeared off the streets on March 3rd at around 9:00 pm after walking from a friend’s house in Clapham, South London. A Metropolitan police officer was arrested on suspicion of her murder, with announcements that human remains linked to Sarah were found in woodland in Ashford, Kent.

Twitter has recently been flooded with tweets sharing the hashtag ‘Curfew For Men’, rousing both support and outrage at the concept. Many are pointing out that curfews for women have been real. This hashtag however seeks to flip the script onto the perpetrators instead of the victims, properly addressing the issue, as many claim.


179 COVID-19 cases registered with 314 recoveries

 - COVID-19 - Mar 19 2021 SHARE ON:

Malta has registered 179 new cases of COVID-19 in the past 24 hours from 4,046 swab tests, while 314 patients have recovered. This information was announced by the official Facebook page of Malta’s Ministry for Health.

As of Saturday 19th March 2021, 138,264 vaccine doses were administered of which 42,557 were 2nd doses.

To date, Malta has registered 27,694 COVID-19 cases in total, of which: 24,432 have recovered, 364 died and 2,898 are still active.


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