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Here’s how you can get free McNuggets

Downloading this app could get you free McNuggets
Jul 28 2021 Share

No matter how old you get, McDonald’s is always a go-to comfort food and whether you’re a child yearning for a bright red Happy Meal or an adult who just wants to chill out and avoid making a mess in the kitchen, the Golden Arches have always had our backs.

 

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Now, McDonald’s is taking it to a whole new level with the launch of their MyMcDonald’s Rewards, a loyalty programme exclusive to the McDonald’s mobile app which rewards customers with points. The points can, in turn, be redeemed for anything from a small fries to a Big Tasty McMenu to a 20-pack of McNuggets.

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That’s right… McNuggets… and to make things even more tempting, McDonald’s are gifting customers with a one-time 50-point bonus if they sign up for the programme between July 19 and August 19 2021.

Find the McDonald's App on the App Store or Google Play

Find the McDonald’s App on the App Store or Google Play

 

You can earn loyalty points by scanning the QR code on the ‘Deals’ page every time you visit a McDonald’s outlet. The programme rewards 10 points for every €1 spent and can be redeemed at the front counter, self-ordering kiosks in restaurants, McDrive and also at the McCafé counters.

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Doctor claims he can make his patients 5.6 inches taller through surgery

Doctor claims he can make his patients 5.6 inches taller through surgery
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A doctor who established himself in TikTok’s hall of fame claims he can lengthen patients by stretching their limbs by up to 5.6 inches. Charging up to $155,000 for the procedure, orthopaedic surgeon Shabab Mahboubian has allegedly been performing these bizarre surgeries for well over a decade. 

The procedure, which is quite complicated, involves cutting through bone and inserting an adjustable ‘nail’, but it is beyond cheap. Mahboubian, a 45-year-old from California, charges up to $75,000 to lengthen femurs, $85,000 tibias and a whopping $155,000 as a combo package. 

He claims he has not only made people physically taller, but also help them achieve their lifelong goals. Around a year after the process, patients return to the clinic to have the nails removed, with the patients needing around three to four months after surgery to walk without assistance. They also require six to eight months before they can do any sport. 

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FELTOM welcomes reopening of language schools for vaccinated students

FELTOM welcomes reopening of language schools for vaccinated students
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The Federation of English Language Teaching Organisations Malta welcomes the new legal amendments around English language schools. The Superintendent for Public Health recommended amendments which include the reopening the language schools to teach adults and students who are fully vaccinated. 

FELTOM claimed that it has always been in favour of those establishments which wish to operate seriously in the sector. The specific sector suffered immensely due to the sudden decision to close classrooms following an increase in COVID-19 infections and active cases. 

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FELTOM also stated that it believes completely in the reopening for those fully-vaccinated students who have a right to visit Malta as much as any other tourist visiting the island. Taking away this right, the organisation said, would be discriminatory and will continue to damage the sector’s financial situation and overall reputation. 

The change in the legal advice which came through LN 314 was, according to FELTOM, the first step for the industry to start its path back towards normality. This will help to reduce the losses experienced by schools after the sector was so greatly impacted by the closure and overall pandemic. 

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Local Maltese Player Kyrian Nwoko joins Irish club St. Patrick’s Athletic F.C.

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Maltese talent in football continues to make itself known abroad as Kyrian Nwoko, a former Valletta F.C. player,  announced his departure to Irish club St. Patrick’s Athletic F.C., on Facebook.  Valletta F.C. later announced  the details of the deal themselves, which is a loan until December with an option to make the transfer permanent.

Before the deal with St. Patrick’s Athletic F.C. was finalised, a deal with Northern Ireland champions Linfield broke down as he couldn’t attain a work permit since Northern Ireland are no longer in the European Union.  St. Patrick’s Athletic F.C.  based in Dublin, are still playing in their local league and are currently 2nd with 15 games to go. Kyrian’s eye for goal will surely be helpful in their chase to win the league for the first time in 8 years.

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Nwoko started his career at St. Andrews F.C,  playing  82 games there before moving on to Valletta F.C. Kyrian helped Valletta to two consecutive league titles in what was a short period of dominance for the Citizens.  Nwoko is one of many Maltese players following their dreams and moving abroad. This will surely inspire other Maltese players to follow in his footsteps and pursue their dreams in the international sports scene.

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