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Lip licking good! This is your sign to order Southern Fried Chicken ASAP

Lip licking good! This is your sign to order Southern Fried Chicken ASAP
May 23 2022 Share

When it comes to comfort food, few dishes offer the same indulgent satisfaction as a fresh, hot order of fried chicken and international franchise  Southern Fried Chicken has been around to entertain our cravings for as long as we can remember. In such a busy and demanding world, treating yourself every now and then is as important as ever; sometimes you just have to give your body what it wants… and what it wants is fried chicken.

This is your sign to get yourself to your closest Southern Fried Chicken outlet and indulge in some of your favourite lip licking treats! Admit it, there’s nothing quite like tucking into a fresh, hot SFC meal and with the brand specialising in all things chicken, there’s definitely something for everyone. From their best-selling Empire Sandwich to the chicken spot’s Piri Piri options, tender super nuggets, chicken pieces with signature breading and hot and flakey wings for that spicy kick, SFC’s fresh, high-quality products are the ultimate comfort food and even we can’t say no to that.

…and if you really plan on feasting, the popular outlet also offers an astounding selection of sides such as mozzarella sticks, onion rings, mini kievs and freshly-made potato wedges with signature breading. To top it all off, if your fellow foodie feels like going for something different, Southern Fried Chicken also offer a number of healthy options such as salads and wraps.

So what are you waiting for? Head on down to one of SFC’s 4 Malta outlets in Zabbar, Birkirkara, Qormi and Mosta to secure yourself some lip-licking fried chicken and leave the rest to them. To readers from our sister island, you needn’t worry either as SFC also have a location in Gozo, allowing them to deliver their delicious food to Gozitans as well. The Gozo outlet is located in Mgarr and is now officially open for longer hours with a vaster menu so rest assured that your chicken cravings are sorted no matter where you’re from.

Send this to someone who LOVES FRIED CHICKEN.

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First human patient given cancer-killing virus for trial

First human patient given cancer-killing virus for trial
May 23 2022 Share

Scientists have injected the first ever patient with an experimental cancer-killing virus. 

Called Vaxinia, the virus has been engineered to kill cancer cells whilst also increasing the body’s immune response to the disease. It is being hoped that the virus can help tackle advanced solid tumour cancers when combined with other drugs.

Vaxinia has proved successful in animals and the virus, known officially as CF33-hNIS, will have its true effectiveness revealed in this latest clinical trial.

In animal lab tests, the virus reduced the size of ovarian, pancreatic, lung, breast and colon cancer tumours. However, this does not mean that success in humans is guaranteed due to translation between species. 

Still, lead study author Daneng Li expressed his optimism by saying that this is the time to further enhance the power of immunotherapy. The virus has the potential to improve outcomes for patients in their battle with cancer. 

The trials are set to be completed by early 2025, and will test both the safety and optimal dose of Vaxinia. The virus will be test out in a Phase 1 trial of 100 cancer patients. 

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Hamrun celebrations after AC Milan win Serie A after 11 years

Hamrun celebrations after AC Milan win Serie A after 11 years
May 23 2022 Share

Massive celebrations took place in Hamrun since the Official Maltese Milan Club reopened in the locality after several years of being closed down.

 Prior to their reopening in Hamrun, the club was situated in Qormi and is considered to be one of the biggest in the world by many members. 

 

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The streets were met with red smoke and flags as people sang and cheered on their team, which emerged victorious with a 3-0 win at Sassuolo. This meant that they finished two points clear of city rivals Inter Milan. 

Celebrations were planned beforehand for yesterdays much anticipated title winning match. The club organised an event in the street, having it closed for the screening of the match. 

The after party was attended by many as the fans blew off some steam after an 11 year build up. 

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Zebbug dog was dead prior to ‘burning’ reveals councillor Zammit Lupi

Zebbug dog was dead prior to ‘burning’ reveals councillor Zammit Lupi
May 23 2022 Share

On Sunday 23rd May, a dog was found dead after it was reported having been burnt to death and causing social media outrage. 

However, independent councillor and activist Steve Zammit Lupi confirmed on Facebook that the dog was reported dead before it was found on fire. The dog was found by Justin Cauchi in Zebbug whilst on an afternoon walk. 

At first, the dog was thought to have been set alight in a case of animal cruelty. Cauchi described the sight as macabre and informed Animal Welfare officers about the incident. 

Zammit Lupi went on to post and confirm that the initial reports making the rounds were not accurate. The dog had been found earlier, unfortunately dead in an alley. No wounds were visible and it was set to be picked up, but someone decided to light it on fire. 

‘A bit more caution before we post such stories, especially in as serious as a case as animal cruelty.’ The reasons as to why the dog was set on fire are unclear. 

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