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Gaia Cauchi reminds us what a star she is with TikTok covers

 - International - May 16 SHARE ON:

Local singer and songwriter Gaia Cauchi has continued to remind us what an absolute star she is through her TikTok videos, performing covers of international acclaim with her own twist. 

Cauchi has had a stellar career, both locally and internationally, having been the first Maltese to win the Junior Eurovision Song Contest back in 2013 with her song ‘The Start.’ 

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as it was – @Harry Styles 😇 #cover #singing #harrystyles #asitwas #fyp #singer

♬ original sound – Gaia Cauchi

The singer had entered the competition after a two-year break from the contest for Malta, and managed to bring it home. She was awarded the ‘Midalja ghall-Qadi tar-Repubblika in 2013 by former prime minister Joseph Muscat. 

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for tonight – @GIVĒON #giveon #cover #fortonight #singer #singing #fyp #music

♬ original sound – Gaia Cauchi

She has been making waves ever since, even going on to audition for the 15th series of The X-Factor, being placed in the group ‘Sweet Sense’. The group managed to make it to the Judges’ Houses round. 

In 2019, she went on to release her single ‘Why Should I’, and more recently, she placed in 11th place in Muzika Muzika wither her song ‘Kewkba Feggeja’. 

Gaia has already established herself as a powerhouse in the music industry and, given her connection with Eurovision, could earn the island some of the top spots in the contest once more. And maybe even win it for the island as she once did in the junior version… 

 

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Maltese teacher asks students to help choose her wedding dress

 - Local - May 16 SHARE ON:
Maltese teacher asks students to help choose her wedding dress

Local teacher Shanice, known by her Instagram handle as ‘My Life with Pixie Dust’, decided to spice up her choosing of her wedding dress in an educational format.

She decided to leave it up to her primary school students to choose what she will wear on her special day. However, she did not just ask them to pin point their favourite dress.

She decided to incorporate the subject of tallying she taught her students during mathematics to practice whilst doing this exciting activity. And the students were absolutely loving it. 

 

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Shanice kept her decision to include her students, who she finds ‘extra special’, a secret from her friends and family. And the pupils ate the exercise up, whilst sharpening their mathematics skills in the process. 

All the fun aside, Shanice showed us how students absolutely engage with learning subjects when they are invested in it in a fun way. Posting to her story, Shanice revealed that even 7 year old kids know how to choose the best dress. 

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This app is changing the restaurant game and here’s how

 - Business - May 16 SHARE ON:
Experience is everything. We all know that one of the biggest turn-offs in a restaurant experience is waiting. Oftentimes, a bad experience results in negative reviews, that’s why the goal of every establishment should be to provide a positive experience with good food, good service and good atmosphere; and wamo is happy to help.
On the flip-side, this revolutionary app lets customers dictate when they order and when they pay, removing the annoyance of waiting altogether.
As modern technology continues to contribute to the restaurant experience, patrons are becoming more and more accustomed to fast service, digital menus and spot-on orders. That’s where wamo comes in; the digital financial service offers more convenience in ordering, with a QR code restaurant menu system by which you – the customer – do not have to touch menus that others have touched whilst also allowing them to order digitally without having to wait for a waiter.
The service includes added convenience when splitting the bill, the ability to re-order or add anything at any time and the possibility to send the QR to customers before they arrive, allowing them to order beforehand. When you’re done, just hit ‘Check Out’ and voila: you are presented with multiple online payment options which you and your fellow patrons can sort in absolutely no time.
But that’s not all – through these benefits, wamo attempts to build a community between patrons, establishments and the company itself, offering cashback, points or bonuses to consumers who use wamo contactless menus. So apart from saving time, you will also save money and support local businesses which also see a return on their investment.
So, in a nutshell: No POS device, no cards, no pending payments and no fuss – it’s a step into the future in the palm of your hands.
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Ukraine will host the Eurovision confirms President Zelenskyy

 - International - May 15 SHARE ON:
Ukraine will host the Eurovision confirms President Zelenskyy

Taking to social media, Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelenskyy confirmed that the war-torn country will in fact hold the Eurovision, despite the Russian invasion. 

‘Our courage impresses the world our music conquers Europe. Next year Ukraine will host Eurovision!’ he said. 

‘For the third time in its history. And I believe – not for the last time.

We will make sure that one day the participants and guests of Eurovision hosted Ukrainian Mariupol.’ 

He said that, by then, Ukraine will be free, peaceful and restored. Zelenskyy went on to thank the Klaus Orchestra for the victory and all the people who voted for them. 

‘Sure, our winning chord in the battle with the enemy is not far away.

Glory to Ukraine!’

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