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Legendary DJ Marco Carola to Headline Panorama Malta at Café del Mar

Legendary DJ Marco Carola to Headline Panorama Malta at Café del Mar
May 27 2024 Share

IT’S HAPPENING. 💥 Ibiza DJ legend and a house music juggernaut Marco Carola is set to perform at Café del Mar Malta for Panorama Malta on Tuesday 6th August. Known for his insane DJ technique, memorable edits and long-standing contributions to the industry, Carola promises a legendary night for fans in attendance.

 

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Joining Carola is Franky Rizardo, one of the hottest acts in house music . Together, they will create a unique musical experience for everyone present: Discover Your Frame in Malta and dive into an unparalleled house music experience.

Café del Mar Malta, renowned for its unbeatable sunset views and gorgeous setting, provides the perfect backdrop for this much-anticipated event. As one of the highlights of the summer’s peak, Panorama Malta promises to attract a crowd of avid partygoers and house music lovers in August.

Whether you are a long-time fan or new to the electronic music scene, this night offers an opportunity to witness Marco Carola and Franky Rizardo’s dynamic performances LIVE in Malta.

Mark your calendars for August 6th and get your tickets at g7events.com!

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Multiple Gozo Regeneration Projects Inaugurated

Multiple Gozo Regeneration Projects Inaugurated
May 27 2024 Share

Parliamentary Secretary for Local Government, Alison Zerafa Civelli, alongside the Nadur Local Council, inaugurated a project aimed at regenerating and beautifying Archpriest Martin Camilleri Square, commonly known as “the Little Square.”

This square, situated behind the Nadur Church, hosts various cultural events, including the Agricultural Exhibition during the Imnarja festival. The project was funded with an investment of approximately €100,000 through the Capital Projects Scheme provided by the Local Government Division.

Alison Zerafa Civelli highlighted the importance of open spaces and squares in villages, noting that they offer residents a place to gather and socialize while preserving the unique characteristics of Maltese and Gozitan localities.

“The Government is committed to continuously supporting local councils, allowing them to identify the needs of their communities and advance projects that address these needs in the best possible way for the benefit of residents,” emphasized Alison Zerafa Civelli.

The project involved the construction of new sidewalks and the installation of porphyry paving. Marble curbs were added to complement the new inclusive furniture, making the area accessible to everyone. A new lighting system was also installed, with lights hung in the trees to give the square a distinct appearance.

In related news, Minister for Gozo and Planning, Clint Camilleri, and Parliamentary Secretary for Local Government, Alison Zerafa Civelli, together with Mayor Kevin Cauchi and the Għajnsielem Local Council, inaugurated the beautification project of Tolfa Square in Għajnsielem.

This project was funded through the Planning Authority’s Development Planning Fund, the Green Canopy initiative by Ambjent Malta, and local council funds.

Minister Clint Camilleri announced that the Planning Authority allocated approximately €165,000 from the Development Planning Fund following a joint application by Eco-Gozo and the Local Council for the refurbishment of this square. He mentioned that both residents of Għajnsielem and visitors can now enjoy this open space, which features the planting of 15 trees.

“This is a prime example of urban greening, demonstrating how we can continue to enhance and beautify our local environments, especially the central squares in our villages. I commend the Local Council for their work and encourage other councils to present innovative ideas that lead to community-benefiting projects like Tolfa Square,” said Minister Camilleri.

Parliamentary Secretary Alison Zerafa Civelli highlighted that village squares are crucial for the social and cultural life of the community. They enrich the unique characteristics of localities and keep villages vibrant. She praised the commitment of the Għajnsielem Local Council in executing another project in their series of initiatives aimed at addressing the needs of the locality and its residents.

“This square clearly shows this Government’s belief in the capability of local councils to carry out local projects. We remain committed to supporting local councils and assisting them in every way necessary to implement projects that meet the needs of their communities and residents,” concluded Parliamentary Secretary Zerafa Civelli.

Tolfa is twinned with Għajnsielem, and to mark the 20th anniversary of this twinning, a monument by artist Paul Stellini was unveiled. The inauguration was attended by the first Mayor of Tolfa, Alessandro Battilocchio, and other mayors.

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James Ryder Runs Love Island Style Political Ad

James Ryder Runs Love Island Style Political Ad
May 27 2024 Share

European Parliament election candidate James Ryder Muscat shared the official advert that aired for him on TVM last night during Love Island Malta.

The advert sees Ryder using quips from the same show, saying that he wishes to ‘couple up’ with the potential of better Europe and Malta or that he wishes to find a parliament he wishes to treat sweetly.

 

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In terms of values, he says he loves language and culture, animal and human rights, mental health and – with extra highlighting – is not racist.

He of course could not end this advert without his signature slogan of ‘we’ve had worse.’

What do you think?

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Love Island Malta S2 Contestants If They Were Older

Love Island Malta S2 Contestants If They Were Older
May 27 2024 Share

Posting to local Facebook group Love Island Malta Memes, user Edward Mtl posted images of the current Love Island Malta Season 2 contestants if they were older and ‘mummies and daddies’.

 

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The images propel the contestants a few years into the future through – possibly – the use of AI.

And suffice to say some of them still remain very attractive whereas some others… well, not so much.

We’ll leave it to you to decide.

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