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Local platform tapgo pledges to usher in ‘a new era of events’ with the best ticket rates in Malta

Local platform tapgo pledges to usher in 'a new era of events' with the best ticket rates in Malta
Apr 14 2022 Share

Pledging to usher in a new era of events, tapgo is Malta’s newest event ticket platform, calling themselves ‘the freshest e-ticketing platform on the island’.

 

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Boasting the best rates on the Maltese Islands for both event organisers and attendees, tapgo offers a simple, user-friendly platform which makes ticket purchasing cheap and easy. From clubbing & festivals to arts & theatre, food, sports, music and everything in between, the local ticket platform pledges ‘to provide consumers and promoters better ways to buy and sell tickets online.’

Their website states that ‘[tapgo’s] aim is to facilitate the ticketing process for all of our users, via a user-friendly platform. Sustainability is also at the core of our day to day running, as we are committed to undergo our operation in an eco-friendly manner.’

So bid your frustrations farewell and say hello to the new era of events. Meet tapgo.mt.

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Crash victims rushed to hospital after Regional Road crash; heavy traffic reported

Apr 14 2022 Share

Two women, a 57-year-old and a 48-year-old, along with a 12-year-old girl were rushed to hospital after a car crash in Regional Road, St. Julian’s.

Their condition is currently unknown after they were rushed to Mater Dei for urgent medical attention when one vehicle overturned.

The accident occurred at 7.45am right before the Regional Road tunnels and traffic authorities have since closed off the road with heavy traffic reported in the area.

More on this story as it develops.

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Zika virus may be on brink of ‘explosive outbreak’, researchers warn

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Researchers have warned of the possibility of a new Zika virus outbreak, with a single mutation potentially triggering what has been called ‘an explosive outbreak’.

The Zika virus disease is caused by transmission, primarily from Aedes mosquitoes and symptoms include fever, headaches, rash, conjunctivitis, muscle or joint pain and malaise.

The Zika emergency in 2016 saw thousands of babies born with brain damages after their mothers contracted the disease, with scientists from the United States warning that the world should remain alert in the face of potential new mutations.

The insects transmitting the Zika virus can be found across Asia and the Americas, except Canada and Chile, where temperatures are not warm enough for them to survive. The disease is generally mild but can have ‘catastrophic consequences’ for babies in the womb, with risk of microcephaly (unusually small head) or damage to the brain tissue if the mothers contracts the virus.

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Billie Eilish’s Nike collaboration will include new Air Force 1s and apparel

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At just 20 years of age, superstar songstress continues to put the wheels of culture in motion with every single move she makes and her latest collaboration with apparel giant Nike is driving fans crazy.

 

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The ‘Happier Than Ever’ singer posted a video & a few photos to her social media accounts revealing the new Billie Eilish x Nike apparel. The earthy apparel set includes a pair of off-white ‘Mushroom’ Air Force 1s with velcro straps over the laces. Nike’s website highlights that the sneakers were designed with sustainability in mind, utilising environmentally-friendly materials whilst celebrating collection classics.

 

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The music superstar is set to headline Coachella this weekend and stated “it was an honor to reimagine the originals while making them my own & i can’t WAIT for them to be yours. the collection launches april 24th on store.billieeilish.com and april 25th on the nike SNKRS app”.

Send this to someone who LOVES Billie Eilish! 

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