Local popular Chinese place hints at second location in the South

Dec 7 2020 Share

We don’t know about you, but COVID has drastically affected the amount of deliveries we’ve been making and Chinese food can be considered public enemy number one.

It seems like the people over at Yufu are on the same page and are opening a second outlet, hinting at somewhere in the south of Malta.

Popular for their delicious dishes and fresh AF food and packaging, we can’t wait to see where the second YUFU is opening.


Christmas music can make you happy, psychologist says

Dec 7 2020 Share

Let’s face it, no one can escape Christmas music in December.

Like it or hate it, it’s in our homes, our stores, our TVs and everywhere in between but the good news is that listening to Christmas music can actually release endorphins, otherwise known as happy hormones, which are chemicals which release stress and pain.

Psychologist Dr. Becky Spelman argues that Christmas music bring back childhood memories and stimulate excitement, which means that playing some Michael Bublé with your dinner can’t hurt!


Festival season making a comeback? AMP Lost & Found announced for 2021

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With countries like Taiwan hosting large-scale festivals and the COVID-19 vaccine slowly making its way into Europe, many of us can’t help but imagine a world back to normality, and apparently, neither can the people at AMP.

Annie Mac Presents, the brand behind the popular Lost & Found Festival, have announced dates for their 2021 edition, taking place between the 1st and 4th September after many festivals had to cancel and reschedule due to the pandemic.

The festival has hosted huge acts like Disclosure, Jamie XX, Diplo, Jamie Jones and Annie Mac herself and we can’t wait for the festival season to make a return!

Here’s a snap of their 2020 line-up:

Final artists and full lineup have all now been announced. We can’t wait to see you all in Malta 🇲🇹 ⠀We welcome…

Posted by Lost & Found Festival on Friday, February 28, 2020


Prime Minister says Caruana Galizia public inquiry to end next week

Dec 7 2020 Share

Prime Minister Robert Abela has expressed his confidence in declaring that the Daphne Caruana Galizia public inquiry will be over by the 15th of December, unclear whether or not he would consider another extension.

The inquiry board started with a nine-month term, but went on to appeal for an extension due to alleged disruption from the COVID-19 pandemic.

The inquiry investigates whether or not the State did enough to prevent the Caruana Galizia car bombing, looking into various witnesses including ex-Prime Minister Joseph Muscat.