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New Bombshell Shares Empowering Message About Self-Love

New Bombshell Shares Empowering Message About Self-Love
Jun 10 2024 Share

Taking to social media, new Love Island Malta Season 2 bombshell Tamika Ross shared a little message about self love and confidence.

As she is yet to appear on Love Island, the bombshell’s social media manager issued a story reading:

‘This is a short message Tamika would like to share to all the youngsters who lack self confidence.’

‘She is on Love Island to make new connections, meet new people and most importantly to have fun’.

 

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‘She wants you to know that you are heard and you are NOT alone, she has fought these struggles herself and she can assure you that everything will be okay, whether you’re insecure about looks or feel some sort of anxiety. Your confidence will grow when you’re older.’

‘Don’t stay within your comfort zone, go outside, meet new people and have new experiences – it will serve you well. Be kind and love your loved ones.’

‘Be yourself, people will absolutely love you for it (if they don’t, it’s their problem).’

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15 Year Old Injured Gull Found Near Ta’ Fra Ben

15 Year Old Injured Gull Found Near Ta' Fra Ben
Jun 10 2024 Share

The Malta Ranger Unit rescued a 15 year old injured gull found near Ta’ Fra Ben, which was reportedly ringed on Filial as a chick back in 2009.

The gull was seen by a member of the public who alerted the rangers, leading to the gull being caught and kept safe until Environmental Protection Unit (EPU) police arrived.

‘The gull, with evident injuries to its wing, was taken by police to the MaltaGov appointed vet to be x-rayed to establish the cause of injury.’

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Do Malta’s Hotels & Restaurants Have A Pest Problem?

Do Malta's Hotels & Restaurants Have A Pest Problem?
Jun 10 2024 Share

Addressing concerns about pests such as cockroaches, ants, and rats in local hotels and restaurants, local pest management expert Arnold Sciberras ‘The Exterminator’ confirmed their presence, stating, “Yes, otherwise this industry would not exist.” He explained that pest control efforts are ongoing and vary by season and establishment.

Sciberras told Malta Daily that if a hotel meticulously follows pest prevention instructions, only minor interventions might be needed. The necessity of these interventions also depends on the hotel’s location. In restaurants, he pointed out that many establishments encounter cockroach issues, particularly in winter when they receive product shipments. Other common pests in restaurants include rats, termites, and hornets, especially in open spaces.

 

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However, Sciberras noted that not every establishment suffers from pest problems. The absence of intervention from professionals like The Exterminator would result in the persistence and escalation of these issues.

He concluded by stressing the importance of regular protection, prevention, and proofing to help establishments manage pest problems year-round. His insights highlight the critical role of professional pest control in maintaining the hygiene and safety of Malta’s hospitality industry.

How often do you come across pests in local establishments?

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Prime Minister Congratulates PL Elected MEPs

Prime Minister Congratulates PL Elected MEPs
Jun 10 2024 Share

Prime Minister Robert Abela issued a thank you to all the Labour Party candidates who contested, as well as a congratulations to Alex Agius Saliba, Daniel Attard and Thomas Bajada.

Claudette Abela Baldacchino, Clint Azzopardi Flores, Jesmond Bonello, Steve Ellul, Jesmond Marshall and Marija Sara Vella Gafa were the Labour Party candidates who contested under the PL ticket.

The PM said that these candidates still have a lot to offer for Malta as the elected three prepare to start (or continue, in the case of Agius Saliba) their candidature at the EU level.

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