Italy’s SuperEnalotto approaches the €300 Million mark

Italy’s SuperEnalotto approaches the €300 Million mark
Sep 30 2022 Share

Could someone from Malta take down the Godfather of Italian Lottery Jackpots?

The Italians love their lottery, and the reason is plain to see. With three weekly draws plus no cap on rollovers, Italy’s SuperEnalotto jackpots can quickly grow to become some of the biggest in the world.

Betting on the SuperEnalotto jackpot here in Malta could not be easier. You could be in with a chance to win this week’s colossal jackpot for just €2 at Lottoland – now that’s an offer you can’t refuse!

SuperEnalotto jackpots can even eclipse those of EuroMillions. The current record €209 million jackpot was won in August 2019. To win the jackpot you must match all six main numbers.

Special Offer – 3 Chances for €2

Whether you’re a big-time lotto lover or a newcomer to the game, there has never been a better time to try your luck at the Italian SuperEnalotto jackpot.

That’s because for a few days only, Lottoland is giving all new customers from Malta the chance to turn €2 into a pile of millions with 2 extra bets.

It costs just €2 to bet on this week’s whopping nine-figure jackpot, and you’ll receive one standard bet plus two free ones, essentially tripling your chance of winning the big prize.

Here’s how to get started

1. Sign-up to Lottoland using this link
2. Get three SuperEnalotto bets
3. You will only be charged €2

The SuperEnalotto draw takes place every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 20:00, so make sure to claim this 3 for €2 offer as the top prize is currently approaching the €300 Million mark. Once the jackpot is won it will drop all the way back down to its guaranteed minimum of €1.3 million, and it will take a while for it to climb back up to the current record levels.

SuperEnalotto also includes a ‘Jolly Number’, which is similar to a bonus ball, and is used to decide the winner of the second prize tier. An advantage of having three draws a week as opposed to two is that the jackpot can grow faster! SuperEnalotto is drawn in Rome every Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday at 8pm.

The SuperEnalotto jackpot starts at a pretty impressive €1.3 million and then grows without any cap or limit, creating the potential for huge wins.

This lottery is very popular because it gives players the chance to win big jackpots for a relatively low stake. With SuperEnalotto you can win hundreds of millions of euros, having bet just €2!

So drop the cannolis, take a shot and make it your best one with Lottoland’s exclusive 3 for 1 offer today!

The offer must be redeemed by clicking on and signing up through the link provided in the article above. The promotion expires on 30th October 2022 at 23:59 CET. Offer is available to new customers only. Offer is redeemable once per player. Winnings from the free bets are paid out in cash (not bonus money). Lottoland replicates the payout structure of the official lottery draw and for this reason, winning bets in tiers 1-3 are subject to a 12% reduction to be in line with local Italian gambling winnings. These terms are supplemental to Lottoland’s Promotional Terms and Conditions which are found here.

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Keith Demicoli to return to Maltese TV with morning show all about positivity

Keith Demicoli to return to Maltese TV with morning show all about positivity
Sep 30 2022 Share

After bidding farewell to a 13-year stint as a TVM news anchor, one of Malta’s favourite media personalities Keith Demicoli is set to return to Malta’s screens for a morning show all about positivity.

Back on television from Monday to Friday with a 6.30AM programme on TVAM, Demicoli’s return will surely be welcomed by many of Malta’s early-risers.


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In a recent Instagram post following the announcement, Demicoli said that he is “moving on to the next project trying to radiate more positivity” and we certainly can’t wait to see what’s in store for the broadcaster’s new show.

Back in February 2021, Demicoli posted a long, heartfelt entry about his career in broadcasting, from early beginnings to his last moments as a newscaster and now, he is back on Malta’s screens.

Who else is setting their alarm for 6.30AM?


Traffic & confusion in Ħaż-Żebbuġ after major roundabout removed

Traffic & confusion in Ħaż-Żebbuġ after major roundabout removed
Sep 30 2022 Share

If you were anywhere near Ħaż-Żebbuġ this morning, you may have experience a fair bit of traffic and many commuters, residents and politicians have gone public to express their concern on the matter.

A vital roundabout in one of the village’s main arteries was reportedly removed as part of the Ħaż-Żebbuġ-Siggiewi junction, with a smaller one painted atop the road in its place.

PN MP and spokesperson for Lands and Consumer Rights Rebekah Borg stated that such a decision has cause major confusion and “no one can understand what is happening.” 

Borg went on to state that, apart from the fact that all of the surrounding roads have become one ways and do not make sense, the residents were never consulted on the matter and remain concerned at the state of their roads.

What do you make of the matter?

Photo Source: Malta Dizastru Totali / Rebekah Borg

PN MP Jerome Caruana Cilia shines light on alarming state of Qormi primary school

Sep 30 2022 Share

Nationalist Party MP and Shadow Minister for Finance Jerome Caruana Cilia recently took to Facebook to express his concern at the current state of the St. George Primary School in Qormi.

“After being spoken to by multiple people, on the 4th of August I put forward this parliamentary inquiry to the Minister for Education, Sport, Youth, Research & Innovation. Today, parents sent me this photo stating that this situation has persisted.”

The photo sent in by the parents shows the dilapidated state of the Qormi classroom, with the walls in absolute disrepair as paint continues to rip off the wall unveiling the surface beneath it. Many of Caruana Cilia’s followers took to the comments to share their concern, with one user in particular comparing the school to one in a third world country.

Caruana Cilia appealed to the government to forget propaganda and take action as soon as possible.

What do you make of this?