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Iceland UK offering discount for shoppers over 60 to cope with cost of living increase

Iceland UK offering discount for shoppers over 60 to cope with cost of living increase
May 20 2022 Share

Global supermarket chain Iceland is offering a discount for shoppers over 60 in the United Kingdom to cope with the ever-increasing cost of living in the country.

The brand stated that they will offer customers over 60 a discount of 10% every Tuesday as prices continue to rise at the fastest rate in 40 years. Meanwhike, UK brands like Morrisons and Asda have reportedly losing customers to lower-cost brands like Lidl and Aldi, with the latter already cutting their prices in the face of such crisis.

A noted 5.9% increase in groceries is the biggest increase since December 2011, with raw material costs increasing due to the ongoing war in Ukraine.

The discount will come into effect as of 24 May, with anyone aged over 60 able to utilise it every Tuesday at Iceland or The Food Warehouse branches.

Should Maltese outlets do the same?

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Legendary house DJ Roger Sanchez returns to Malta to kick off party season in style

Legendary house DJ Roger Sanchez returns to Malta to kick off party season in style
May 20 2022 Share

Party season is here and to welcome it, legendary DJ and house music veteran Roger Sanchez is coming back to Malta for jam-packed day of grooves & good times!

 

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Sanchez will deliver one of his signature DJ sets at the iconic seaside location MedAsia Playa on the 7th of June. The public holiday special will start at 12pm and will host the S-Man himself along with a number of stellar local DJs for a sunny seaside celebration unlike any other.

The self-made man & dance music star will be coming to Malta for the second time for a magical day of live music sets by the beautiful Mediterranean Sea. The event is organised by MedAsia Playa in collaboration with G7 Events, two household names in partying and entertainment, so you know that we’re in for a big one!

Tickets can be purchased from here but if you want to win a SIGNATURE VIP EXPERIENCE with 2 free premium bottles, sofas and VIP access, take a look at our Instagram post below!

 

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Ed Sheeran reveals that he & wife Cherry Seaborn have welcomed baby girl

May 20 2022 Share

Global superstar Ed Sheeran has revealed that he and his wife Cherry Seaborn have welcomed their second child into the world.

 

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The couple welcomed their newborn baby girl, with Sheeran taking to Instagram to to state that “[they] are both so in love with her, and over the moon to be a family of 4.”

The couple’s first child, Lyra Antarctica Seaborn Sheeran, was born in September 2020, with the award-winning singer announcing the birth of his second child in the same way he announced the first. On both occasions, the ‘Bad Habits’ singer posted a photo of a tiny pair of socks on a knitted blanket, welcoming millions of likes and comments gushing over the news.

 

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Despite Sheeran being one of the most popular artists in the world, he and his wife keep their lives incredibly private.

Are you a fan of Ed Sheeran?

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Police arrest Gozo man with possible drug trafficking links; find €53,000 cash & unlicensed weapons

Police arrest Gozo man with possible drug trafficking links; find €53,000 cash & unlicensed weapons
May 20 2022 Share

A 43-year-old man from Rabat, Gozo has been arrested during an operation conducted by the Malta Police Force’s Anti-Drug Squad following a number of reports regarding possible drug trafficking.

The police found a number of substances suspected to be cocaine and cannabis, €53,000 in cash, two rifles and ammunition, with the weapons not being licensed. Officials within the Malta Police Force began observations in Nadur after reports of possible drug trafficking during the carnival celebrations.

On Thursday, the police surrounded the suspect’s farm and arrested the individual, who was reportedly armed with a pistol.

Magistrate Simone Grech opened an inquiry into the matter, assisted by a number of experts.

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