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One of Malta’s favourite Asian spots is offering restaurant-quality take-away food!

One of Malta's favourite Asian spots is offering restaurant-quality take-away food!
Dec 16 2021 Share

A few names come to mind when you’re thinking of Asian food spots in Malta, but the name Wagyu has become a standout favourite amongst locals for more reasons than you can count and we can definitely understand why.

This Asian Fusion hotspot surged in popularity when it first opened in Valletta, serving everything from Sushi & Ramen to Wagyu Burgers and Cocktails, making it the ideal location for an unmatched foodie outing. Everything took a step further when Wagyu To Go in Marsascala opened its doors, making this spot’s incredible Asian food so much more accessible… and now it’s finally in St. Julian’s.

What does this mean for Malta’s food scene? This means that mouth-watering Asian fusion dishes are more accessible than ever, with Wagyu To Go offering the same deliciousness we have become accustomed to in quick & tasty to-go parcels. If you’re a sucker for sushi can’t say no to the noodles, Wagyu to Go’s selection has something for everyone.

Wok Hei Noodles and Rice, Iza Kaya nibbles, Sushi & Poke Bowls; whether you’re planning a delicious date night, big night in with friends or anything else, Wagyu To Go’s restaurant-quality is fast, fresh and found in St. Julian’s, Marsascala and via delivery on Bolt & Wolt.

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COVID-19 wage supplement extended until January

COVID-19 wage supplement extended until January
Dec 16 2021 Share

Prime Minister Robert Abela has confirmed that the wage supplement intended to help businesses recover from the impacts of COVID-19 has been extended until January. 

The PM said that ‘on an international level there is uncertainty when it comes to travelling, and we also saw that companies are facing a logistics headache when importing goods.’ 

He pointed out how he and the government want to sustain the progress achieved over the last few months and not lose at such a crucial time.

Determined to support people during uncertain times, he said, ‘we don’t want people to lost their jobs.’ The extension to the wage supplement was also called on by Opposition leader Bernard Grech earlier this month. 

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New political party ABBA pushes for referendum to have cannabis law revoked

New political party ABBA pushes for referendum to have cannabis law revoked
Dec 15 2021 Share

The recently-formed political party ABBA, lead by Ivan Grech Mintoff, has begun a petition which aims to force a referendum on Malta’s recent cannabis legalisation.

Signatures are being collected for the ‘Unwanted Cannabis Act’ which intends to revoke the recently-approved cannabis law. Local law dictates that the petition must consist of at least 10 per cent of Malta’s electorate to put a referendum intom place, meaning that it will require around 36,000 to 38,000 signatures. The petition is then assesses by the electoral commission and presented to constitutional court for approval.

Grech Mintoff stated that “despite the massive show of public opposition, the Maltese government yesterday went against the interest of the people and legislated for more drug-taking. This is a dangerous step that no other government has taken in any country.”

Malta recently made international headlines for being the first EU nation to legalise cannabis, welcoming a wave of feedback on both sides of the spectrum.

The party has called anyone who wishes to support the cause to contact them at [email protected] or call 79879879.

What do you make of this situation?

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Billie Eilish says the vaccine saved her from dying from COVID

Billie Eilish says the vaccine saved her from dying from COVID
Dec 15 2021 Share

Billie Eilish recently opened up about the impact COVID-19 had on her life and expressed her gratitude for the life-saving vaccine. 

Having contracted the disease earlier this year, the pop-star revealed that she still feels the remnants of the infection to this day. 

Despite the effects still following her around, she expressed how thankful she was for receiving the jab. She claims that if she hadn’t done so, she would not have survived the infection. 

Speaking on a radio show, Eilish said that ‘it was bad. I mean, I didn’t die […] but that does not take away from how miserable it was.’ 

‘I was sick for like two months almost’ she continued. ‘I want it to be clear that it is because of the vaccine that I’m fine. I think if I weren’t vaccinated, I would have died because it was bad.’ 

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