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Here’s how to avoid frizzy hair in Malta’s humid weather

Feb 21 2022 Share

Sunny weather and year-round summer climate are some of the benefits of living in Malta, but like every other country in the world, it also comes with its drawbacks.

The Maltese islands also suffer from frequently high humidity levels, which is basically when there is a lot of moisture in the air. This not only results in warm, sticky weather but also takes a toll on your hair; and when your hair is already dry or damaged, it is more susceptible to frizz.

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How can I fight frizz?

John Frieda’s brand new Brazilian Sleek product line will change your life for the better. The award-winning  create a smooth start for any style. Anyone who has ever suffered from frizz before knows that it is not just something that strikes in summer but can come at any time and makes hair care insufferable. Thankfully, all of your hair-related problems may be solved with John Frieda’s fabulous frizz fighters.

Why John Frieda?

The products are formulated with ingredients aimed at eliminating frizz, protecting from heat and humidity, hydrating and adding shine. The products are safe for chemically and colour-treated hair so you don’t have to worry about damaging your hair and are appropriate for all seasons, battling strong humidity and lack of moisture like they aren’t a problem to begin with.

 

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What are the products?

The Frizz Immunity Shampoo & Conditioner help tame frizzy hair and provide long-lasting, sleek style. Both the shampoo and conditioner are infused with Keratin Drops and Frizz Immunity Complex, helping you achieve smooth, soft hair in absolutely no time. Whether you’re battling Malta’s humid conditions, improper haircare or not using the right products, John Frieda’s latest collection is the solution to all of your problems and you can check them out for yourself right here!

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WATCH: Here’s how Malta could look like according to Labour’s green proposals

WATCH: Here’s how Malta could look like according to Labour’s green proposals
Feb 21 2022 Share

The Labour Party have announced that they will be pumping a €700 million investment over seven years to create new green spaces in Malta’s urban areas.

Addressing a press conference, Prime Minister Robert Abela, accompanied by Energy Minister Miriam Dalli and Environment Minister Aaron Farrugia, went into detail as to what these proposals will look like. 

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Firstly, the party pledged to convert five, large urban spaces into parks and gardens, with some cases redirecting traffic to underground tunnels and even knocking down existing buildings to make space for green areas. 

The Ħamrun milk factory in the Milend area will be transformed into a large garden, with the factory itself moved to an industrial site. 

St Anne’s Street in Floriana will also see a transformation as it would be turned into a garden, with traffic rerouted underground. The same would apply to central San Gwann in front of the church. 

The Santa Venera tunnels will also be covered with a green roof, along with the Birkirkara aqueducts. This was revealed by the Environment Minister. Car parks in Senglea and Gozo’s mark park in Victoria would be rerouted underground, making way for gardens and even a football pitch. 

Abela told the conference that if the people trust him for the first mandate, he will being implementing this plan from the day after the election. He also reiterated how his government kept the promise made to invest €100 million annually in road works. 

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Events organisers call “double standards” as crowds gather for political rallies

Feb 21 2022 Share

Events organisers across Malta have called “double standards” on Malta’s main political parties after significant crowds gathered for their rallies on Sunday. Restricted from operating at full capacity for months on end, G7 Events, District Malta and DJ Daniel Blade took to social media to shine a light on the inconsistencies between local event organisers and political parties.

Just recently, events have been significantly restricted in their operations, with standing events being prohibited along with an imposed capping on attendance. This has stagnated the local events scene and caused distress amongst organisers, especially when one considers that most events in Europe and beyond have started taking place at full force.

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In their recent video, @districtmalta highlighted how political parties have been allowed ‘unregulated and limitless rallies’ while events organisers have been ‘regulated and limited’.

 

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As summer 2022 in the periphery and organisers awaiting a nailed-on date for regular operations, peak season for the local industry still hangs in the balance.

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€10,000 loan for first time buyers proposed by Labour Party ahead of election

€10,000 loan for first time buyers proposed by Labour Party ahead of election
Feb 21 2022 Share

Prime Minister Robert Abela has pledged a €1,000 for every first time buyer over a ten-year period, amounting to €10,000.

Abela said that the incentive would be backdated to contracts signed on January 1st of this year. He also downplayed concerns of this leading to increasing property prices. 

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Answering questions by press, Abela said that this will make a strong difference to first-time buyers and that prices would have gone up when similar measures were introduced in the past to curb worries about increasing property prices. 

This comes amid five proposals the party put forth as it runs for the March 26th general election. The other proposals seek to address several other issues concerning environment and even pensions.

Abela revealed how the Labour government would pump €700 million over seven years in green lungs for urban spaces. This is to ensure residents not having to drive their cars to spend time in an open public space. 

Other proposals target pensioners, revealing how pensions will be increased and that those applicable will be receiving all medicines on the government formulary for free. Abela also revealed that tax bands would be widened and tax refunds strengthened. 

Abela revealed that all of the five proposals would cost €1.39 billion over five years and are set to be financed through money generated by new job creation and economical strengthening. 

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