Five Malta themed games to brighten up your weekend

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With restrictions and all that, quality time has been diluted down to very few activities, so we’ve compiled a list of our favourite Malta-related board games for your playing pleasure.

The latest Maltese game to take the island by storm, Karti Bil-Bajd takes Malta’s best memes and turns them into a side-splitting card game..

..and every card includes a QR code which takes you to a video of the meme, so you always know what cards you’ve been dealt.

When the classic, friendship-destroying card game adopts a Maltese identity, all the cards are on the table, literally.

Buy your way into Valletta, Mdina and many other Maltese cities and village’s to become Malta’s very own Monopoly man.

Good luck keeping your composure with this one.

This super-fun, intense trivia game quizzes you on any topic imaginable, and when you think you know everything, you can get the expansion packs for more quizzing fun.

This high-octane, scream-inducing card game is the ideal balance between trivia and strategy and we can’t get enough.

Try to match 6 or 9 cards together while trying to obtain them before your friends whilst trying to keep your cool.

A this-or-that game with a whopping 300 cards where you test your knowledge about your fellow players with fun, quirky questions.

We also love the black-and-yellow colour scheme, nicely done guys.


New Apple Airtags, iPads, and AirPods rumoured for March release

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According to a leak by DuanRui, Apple is rumoured to be holding an event on March 23rd in which the tech giant is supposedly unveiling their new AirTags, iPads and third-generation AirPods. Not all are convinced by this event, time and release, as some others are suspecting that March will instead be the OnePlus 9 reveal date.

Another suggestion is that the March event is that it will be held digitally and live-streamed on the 30th, as the company’s track record shows. All we can do now is simply wait for the revelations to surely come.


298 COVID-19 cases registered with 338 recoveries

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Malta has registered 298 new cases of COVID-19 in the past 24 hours from 4,333 swab tests, while 338 patients have recovered. This information was announced by the official Facebook page of Malta’s Ministry for Health.

As of Saturday 13th March 2021, 117,121 vaccine doses were administered of which 38333 were 2nd doses.

To date, Malta has registered 26,267 COVID-19 cases in total, of which: 22,773 have recovered, 350 died and 3,144 are still active.


An appeal to keep Jake Vella training swimming during COVID-19 restrictions

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Jake Vella, Malta’s ambassador for sports, suffers from ROHHAD, a condition which keeps him gaining weight. Jake has found that swimming is a sport that allows him to improve his mobility greatly and thus attends the pool three times a week. With new COVID-19 restrictions however, pools have since closed along with other establishments. For Jake, swimming is a life saving activity and thus requires it as a necessity.

25m heated indoor pool found for Jake Vella The Ambassador of Sports MaltaAll we need is permit. Trying to push the…

Posted by Fabio Spiteri on Friday, 12 March 2021

Athlete Fabio Spiteri has appealed for the opening of a closed off pool where Jake can keep his swimming training going. With the location found, the permit still needs to be handed out. Jake has stolen the hearts of all of Malta with his determination and love for sport and now requires his favourite activity more than ever.