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New Ta’ Qali concert area could welcome big international artists as it nears completion

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New Ta' Qali concert area could welcome big international artists as it nears completion

A concert area in Ta’ Qali is poised to become a hotspot in local events, potentially welcoming multiple international artists as the newly-renovated space nears completion.

Valletta Cultural Agency Chairman Jason Micallef took to Facebook to share a few snaps of the progress, highlighting that a once-illegal concrete factory has been converted into a large green space which will eventually ‘be given back to the public’.

Micallef also revealed that the green space will be equipped with the finest facilities, making what is expected to be the ‘largest concert zone in our country’ an ideal place for families to relax as it approaches its opening date in a few weeks.

With most international artists back on the international tour schedules, who knows who could come to Malta to be the first to test out the concert space?

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Malta’s partnership with Manchester United extended for another five years

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Malta’s long-standing relationship with Manchester United has been extended for another five years as the island’s Ministry for Tourism, together with Visit Malta, have secured an extension of Malta’s status as a destination partner.

Malta celebrates a relationship of over 60 years with the renowned British club, with Visit Malta highlighting the “very strong” bond between the supporters’ club, the Maltese Islands.

Through the extended collaboration, the VisitMalta brand will be visible on Manchester United’s official website, social and digital media channels as well as at Old Trafford. Back in 2021, a number of Man United players formed part of a special promo video shining a light on Malta’s gorgeous locations, with players like Paul Pogba, Viktor Lindelof and Brandon Williams praising some of the island’s most iconic locations.

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Workers in Iraq given day off due to scorching heat as temperatures exceed 50°C

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Workers in Iraq given day off due to scorching heat as temperatures exceed

Government employees in multiple parts of Iraq have been given a day off work after temperatures reportedly exceeded 50 degrees celsius.

Multiple Iraqi cities made the list of hottest places in the world on Thursday as work was suspended in 10 provinces across the country, Kurdistan24 reported.

With Iraq being one of the hottest places on Earth, scorching temperatures are not something the country is unfamiliar with, but residents have admitted that conditions are getting worse.

Offices are reportedly closed for thousands of employees as power cuts, lack of air conditioning and stifling heat have made it impossible to work.

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Kim Kardashian & Pete Davidson reportedly break up after nine months

 - Celebrities - Aug 6 SHARE ON:
Kim Kardashian & Pete Davidson reportedly break up after nine months

It seems that influencer Kim Kardashian & comedian Pete Davidson have called it quits after nine months of dating.

The two were first linked romantically in October 2021, where they had widespread attention from the media after Kardashian’s split from superstar rapper Kanye West.

E! News was the first to break the news of the two celebrities’ split, with an insider suggesting that part of the reason behind their split is “because of their busy schedules” since they both travel often.

Following her split with West, Kim Kardashian reportedly endured a “very dark time” where Pete Davidson was called “the best antidote”.

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