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Moviment Graffitti Protest In Joseph Portelli’s Qala Pools

Jun 29 2024 Share

Earlier this morning, a protest against “Joseph Portelli’s illegal pools in Qala ODZ” was organized by the NGO Movement Graffitti. Armed with spray paint and flares, activists took over the Gozo site that they claim is being “illegally developed.”

Moviment Graffitti explained how their main goal is to uncover the “rigged system” that planners uphold, which allows developers to take advantage of gaps in the law and planning-related flaws.

The NGO further explained stating “When, in 2021, it was reported that developer Joseph Portelli and his associates had begun digging two enormous pools without permits in Qala’s ODZ, Moviment Graffitti immediately reported the illegality to the Planning Authority,”

“Joseph Portelli even publicly admitted that while it was true that there was no permit for the works, he claimed to have done nothing wrong as he was sure he would be eventually granted the aforementioned permits,”

They continued on by revealing that “In fact, after a while, he did apply for the permits for two illegal pools on ODZ land, and after a few months, the Planning Authority approved them.”“Moviment Graffitti and the Qala Local Council banded together and appealed these permits. The courts revoked the permits and declared the pools illegal.”

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Dangerous Spikes Found In Ghar Lapsi Removed

Jun 29 2024 Share

Very dangerous spikes found on the slip way at Ghar Lapsi by local diving enthusiast Raniero Borg whilst doing a clean up at the Maltese bay.

He revealed that he had found something similar at the Qawra Point swimming pool and that after pointing out the potential hazard to authorities the beach was closed in order to remove the spike.

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The same thing has happened in Ghar Lapsi as only 24 hours after Raniero’s post, Borg announced that the dangerous spike was removed and asked his followers to notify authorities if they ever see any potential hazards.

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Heinz Introduces New Shocking “Every Sauce”

Jun 29 2024 Share

Heinz have introduced a brand new “Every Sauce” and as it name suggests it features all 14 of the iconic Heinz sauce.

The Holy Grail of All Sauces” features Heinz’s Burger Sauce, Garlic Sauce, Aioli Sauce, Smokey Baconnaise, Sweet Chilli, Chip Sauce, Saucy Sauce, Mayoracha, Mayomust, Truffle Mayo, Garlic & Caramelized Onion Mayo, Curry Ketchup, Pickle Ketchup and Smokey Bacon Ketchup.

A description about the unique sauce read “A delicious combination of not one, not two, but fourteen tasty sauces, from our rich and herby Burger Sauce to our creamy and indulgent Truffle Mayo (it tastes better than it sounds, trust us). This one is for the truly obsauced,”

In order to get your hands on the sauce you need to be very lucky as only 100 bottles will be sold and in addition to being sold in the UK only one also needs to fill out a short quiz on the Heinz website for your chance to win one.

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Love Island Producer Urges Viewers To Vote Ahead of Finale

Love Island Producer Urges Viewers To Vote Ahead of Finale
Jun 29 2024 Share

Love Island Malta producer Martina Zammit has issued a message encouraging everyone to vote for their favourite Love Island Malta season 2 couple ahead of the finale on Sunday.

Martina highlighted how Love Island season 1 saw two couples emerge out of the villa (Nicola & Dale, Sven & Gaby), emphasising that this is at the end of the day a dating show where people can meet someone they love.

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She therefore urged viewers to vote for the couple they think have a genuine connection this season as some of them can still stay together once outside the villa.

Will you be voting? On Sunday, it all comes down to Clinton & Tamika, Kyonne & Ylenia, Matthias & Henrika and Selwyn & Miriam.

Viewers can vote on the Love Island Malta app ahead of the finale tomorrow, Sunday 30th June.

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