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Forgot to buy gifts? This local online shopping platform has got you sorted!

Forgot to buy gifts? This local online shopping platform has got you sorted!
Dec 4 2021 Share

There’s no shame in admitting that every now and then, buying presents for loved ones absolutely slips your mind. Whether you left till the last minute or completely forgot that you had to buy the present, being empty-handed on the day is absolutely devastating but this Maltese online shopping platform looks to relieve us of those worries.

Appropriately named nsejt.mt, this website provides an extensive range of gifts for all occasions with the added benefit of providing delivery within 24 hours or less, even when shopping beyond normal retail hours. This platform boasts a massive investment in logistics and technology whilst eloquently providing a wide variety of presents at the best value!

Normally, you’d have to pay a pretty penny for last minute purchases due to lack of availability or immediate service but nsejt.mt offers the same price as your average retailer while awarding ‘gift points’ for every purchase which can be redeemed in future discounts. What’s more is that they offer the possibility to ‘meet around the corner’ with the delivery person arriving in casual wear with an unbranded box to make sure that the delivered gift is as discreet as it is convenient…

…and if that wasn’t enough, what truly won us over is the fact that it is entirely sustainable. This platform is opting not to use gift wrapping until a sustainable option is find, all while committing to minimising their carbon footprint, with an electric fleet anticipated to arrive very soon.

Send this to someone who always forgets their presents.

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Local artists take the stage for long-awaited return of Rockestra

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Yesterday, the MFCC in Ta’ Qali hosted the return of Rockestra, the annual concert which welcomes a long list of local talent for a unique show which has cemented itself as one of Malta’s favourite yearly events.

Various local artists performed at this year’s Rockestra including Pawlu Borg Bonaci, The New Victorians, Klinsmann, Kersten Graham, Ozzy Lino and many more. The President of Malta George Vella and his wife Mrs. Vella were also in attendance, together with Opposition leader Bernard Grech.

The second and final show will take place tonight and like the first one, will be in aid of the Malta Community Chest Fund Foundation.

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“This is the real Malta,” Adrian Delia shares touching charity story

“This is the real Malta,” Adrian Delia shares touching charity story
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Nationalist MP and former PN leader Adrian Delia took to Facebook on Saturday morning to share a touching story and an exhibit of Malta’s kind-hearted nature.

Delia revealed that he was at a meeting with a client when he received a text message stating that an institution in Malta needed food and could not access it due to quarantine. Delia immediately messaged 3 of his friends and clients, with one of them replying immediately stating “even if I have to drop everything and go buy and cook myself.”

The Sister responsible for the institution was then notified that they were going to be sorted on food until December 14, with Delia highlighting that by the time he got home, the other two people he messaged got back to him wanting to help as well.

He concluded the heart-warming post by stating that “This is the real Malta, these are our Maltese brothers and sisters, let us all think of each other.”

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WATCH: Man caught stealing money from air pump at fuel station

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A video has been making the rounds on social media which shows a man stealing the money from the air pump at a fuel station.

 

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The station in question is reportedly the Raħal Ġdid fuel station, with the video posted on popular Maltese group RUBS. The man, whose identity is currently unknown, allegedly targeted more fuel stations. The video shows the man opening both car doors to hide himself from any passers-by.

The public is encouraged to come forward with any information they may have on the situation and remain alert at all times.

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