Malta’s first female Olympic weightlifter Yazmin Zammit Stevens lands third place

Malta’s first female Olympic weightlifter Yazmin Zammit Stevens lands third place
Jul 27 2021 Share

Malta’s athletes have continued to make their mark on the international sport scene as Yazmin Zammit Stevens became the first-ever Maltese female weightlifter on an Olympic stage. Zammit Stevens finished third out of the four participant Category B of the 64kg category. She scored a whopping 84 in the snatch and 105 in the clean and jerk, with a total score of 189, following Australia’s Kiana Rose Elliot and Nicaragua’s Sema Nancy Ludrick Rivas.

Despite this being Malta’s second time round participating in the Olympic weightlifting categories, Zammit Stevens made history as the first Maltese female weightlifter to compete. She surpassed Tunisia’s Chaima Rahmouni, leading the way as other Maltese athletes and Olympians also pushing the limit further.

Andrew Chetcuti will also be competing today in the 100-metre swimming category (12pm local time). Massive good luck to all!



Lucifer final season premier date revealed

Jul 26 2021 Share

After 5 jaw-dropping seasons and the rise of a devoted global fanbase, Lucifer is set to return for its sixth and final instalment featuring the charismatic Tom Ellis as Lucifer Morningstar himself.

A teaser reel was shared during the Lucifer panel for Comic-Con@Home, revealing that the series’ last season will hit fans’ screens on September 10, with the official Twitter account stating “Let’s be bad one last time #lucifer s6 arrives on @netflix September 10th”.


While trying our best to avoid any kind of spoiler for Lucifer’s final season, fans will rejoice at the fact that the series will actually return for its sixth season after being cancelled by Fox before returning to Netflix.


Sticky ribs to bangin’ burgers: This Naxxar hotspot is our new favourite Gastro Pub

the mill gastro pub burgers
Jul 26 2021 Share

Over the past few years, gastropubs have exploded in popularity and for good reason. These culinary hotspots do not only provide excellent food, but also great drinks and a casual atmosphere… and The Mill Gastro Pub in Naxxar ticks all of those boxes.

Hickory & Honey Braised Ribs 🤤😍Reservations 👉🏼 27181850DELIVERY 👉🏼 WOLT / BOLTMenu 👉🏼 https://www.facebook.com/themillgastropub/menu/

Posted by The Mill Gastro Pub on Friday, 2 October 2020


Cementing itself as an ideal location to unwind and chow down, The Mill rocks an awesome of hunger-inducing delicacies and the variety is strong. From timeless classics like burgers and sticky ribs to mouth-watering mains like Chicken Truffle, Char Grilled Ribeye and so much more!

FINALLY WE’RE BACK ‼️🍺🍷🍔🍽Reservations 👉🏼 27181850Delivery on BOLT or WOLT

Posted by The Mill Gastro Pub on Tuesday, 25 May 2021


Beyond this gastro pub’s gorgeous grub, The Mill is never short on entertainment. From streaming football matches to live performances from local artists, there never really is a dull moment… and if you want the fun delivered straight to your home, The Mill is also available on Wolt & Bolt Food.

Food Guide: The Mill Gastro Pub.

For this episode of Malta Daily Food Guide, we join Dylan and Dalton as they head to The Mill Gastro Pub to eat everything from gorgeous steamed Bao buns to sticky glazed ribs and everything in between. 🤤What would YOU order? let us know in the comments! 👇#MaltaDaily #MaltaDailyFoodGuide

Posted by Malta Daily on Monday, 19 July 2021



Recoveries surpass new cases for the first time since June 27

Recoveries surpass new cases for the first time since June 27
Jul 26 2021 Share

Today’s daily COVID-19 case report revealed that Malta registered 94 new COVID-19 cases in the past 24 hours while 126 patients recovered, marking the first time that Malta’s COVID-19 recoveries surpassed new cases since June 27.

OFFICIAL COVID-19 figures for 27•06•2021Chris Fearne | MaltaGov | Health Promotion and Disease Prevention Directorate

Posted by saħħa on Sunday, 27 June 2021

Out of the 2,262 active COVID-19 cases currently in Malta, 39 are being treated at Mater Dei Hospital while one is in the Intensive Treatment Unit (ITU). The average age of cases from Sunday was 33, with 86 of Sunday’s 127 cases being between the ages of 10 and 39.

Health Minister Chris Fearne recently revealed that the days when COVID-19 is to be considered a “mild disease” are approaching, albeit not being the case as of yet.