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Local Ice Cream Van Serves Twistees Ice Cream

Local Ice Cream Van Serves Twistees Ice Cream
Jun 29 2024 Share

Yep, you read that title correctly.

Taking to social media, The Little Dessert Van uploaded a video wherein he serves a caramel twistees ice cream for a young customer.

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say cheese Leon 😁📷🎥#LIVE #TikTokLIVE #maltaicecream #malta #mistra #thelittledessertvan #supportlocal #iconic #twistees

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The van owner shows the process of creation before handing it to the young customer for an honest review.

The young lad, Leon, initially jokes that it is ‘absolutely horrible’, but then proceeds to say that it is actually amazing. The owner tries one for himself, bewildered by the fact that ‘you don’t taste the cheese’.

Would you try this out yourself?

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Patrice Eva Receives Hero’s Welcome At Content Creation Conference

Patrice Eva Receives Hero’s Welcome At Content Creation Conference
Jun 29 2024 Share

Patrice Evra received a hero’s welcome at the Grandmaster’s Palace during yesterday’s Content Creation Conference, part of the Mediterrane Film Festival. The former Manchester United and Juventus star was met with applause and numerous handshakes from football fans, content creation enthusiasts, and conference attendees.

 

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Evra’s visit was a highlight of the event, showcasing the French legend’s popularity and influence beyond the football pitch. Earlier today, Evra and the team met with the President of Malta, Myriam Spiteri Debono, where he donated two signed shirts to the Malta Community Chest Fund.

Evra lead a session titled “From Pitch to Platform,” where shared his journey from professional footballer to influential digital creator. The masterclass was a unique opportunity to gain insights into how the player-turned-creator built a personal brand that resonates globally.

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Edward Tortell Opens Up About Love Island Malta Experience

Edward Tortell Opens Up About Love Island Malta Experience
Jun 29 2024 Share

Love Island Malta Season 2 contestant Edward Tortell opened up about his experience whilst in the villa, after he and Kyannah were eliminated through an internal vote.

Edward thanked everyone who supported him throughout his experience, having had no contact with the outside world during his time there.

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In a series of stories on Instagram, Edward responded to various questions about his experience there – his relationships with other contestants and much more.

He promised that people will be seeing more of him as he needed time to rest after the many weeks in the villa.

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Purchase Of Ħamrun Music Society HQ Finalised

Purchase Of Ħamrun Music Society HQ Finalised
Jun 29 2024 Share

The Ministry for National Heritage, Arts, and Local Government has finalised the purchase of the headquarters of the San Gejtanu Music Association AD 1906 in Ħamrun, with an investment of €2.8 million.

This acquisition increases the number of music society headquarters owned by the government to eleven.

This property joins ten other buildings used by various music societies, including the Marija Reġina Music Society in Marsa, Stella Levantina in Ħ’Attard, Circolo San Giuseppe Filarmonika Sagra Familja in Kalkara, Santa Liena Band in Birkirkara, Antoine de Paule in Raħal Ġdid, Stella Maris in Tas-Sliema, San Pietru in Birżebbuġa, Anici in Ħal Qormi, Santa Marija Filarmonica in Mosta, and Sant`Andrija in Ħal Lija.

The government now owns the primary buildings from which these societies operate. Additionally, other properties are under agreement with private owners through the Maltese Council for Arts.

These twelve societies faced serious eviction risks due to legal issues related to pre-1995 rental laws.

Minister Owen Bonnici highlighted the vital role of music societies in fostering cultural and social development within communities, noting that eviction would jeopardise their operations and existence.

He stressed the importance of taking proactive measures to protect these societies and sustain cultural diversity and expression.

Eric Fenech Sevasta, Director of Corporate Affairs at the Maltese Council for Arts, stated that these initiatives align with their strategy to support cultural development and preserve Maltese traditions.

The government is expected to invest a total of €19 million, considering both the already invested amount and future contracts for additional properties.

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