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Prime Minister Robert Abela Opens TikTok Account

Prime Minister Robert Abela Opens TikTok Account
Apr 2 2024 Share

Prime Minister Robert Abela has officially opened a TikTok account, posting two new videos to the platform in the past few hours.

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His first video was a series of recent achievements and responsibilities around Malta and Gozo, followed by a second video of his political activity in Bormla and Qormi for Easter.

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L-Għid magħkom. 📍#Bormla & #Qormi #malta

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Will you be following the Labour Party leader on the platform?

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Nature Exposes Us: Clean Malta Urges Better Disposal

Nature Exposes Us: Clean Malta Urges Better Disposal
Apr 2 2024 Share

Malta’s Cleansing and Maintenance Division Clean Malta took to social media to urge more responsible waste disposal after addressing a seaside waste clean up.

Waste accumulated at a dockyard behind various boats was cleaned up by the division, with the division writing: ‘let’s be more responsible… nature exposes us one way or another.’

Individuals can contact CleanMalta through the app Clean and Upkeep, including a pin location so that the Customer Care Unit can contact the persons concerned.

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University Parking Permits Majorly Increases In Past Five Years

Apr 2 2024 Share

In the past 5 years the University of Malta has seen a major increase of students applying for parking permits on campus.

In 2018, 5,556 students applied for a parking permit whilst this year almost six years later a total of 6,832 students have applied for a permit meaning a whopping increase of around 1,300 student drivers in six years.

According to research done by MKSA (Media and Knowledge Science Association) a fifth of  students with a parking permit live only within a 2km radius from campus.

MKSA concerned with this increase in parking permits due to it meaning a further surge in traffic and making the parking situation at University even more frustrating , decided to combat the problem by inviting students to join them in their final event for Earth Month and cycle it to university.

The organization is also teaming up with independent Ħaż-Żebbuġ local councillor Steve Zammit Lupi and another nine organizations to organize a ‘Bicycle Bus’ on the 10th of April. The event will pass through Mosta and Birkirkara, the two towns with the reported highes amount of student drivers.

The Bicycle Bus will depart at 7am sharp from Mosta Square. Its route will include stops at Technopark, Birkirkara Smart, Birkirkara McDonald’s, Birkirkara Church, Mater Dei Hospital, and will conclude at University Gateway.

For those interested in joining but don’t have a bicycle, MKSA is offering 20 bicycles for rent at absolutely no cost. To secure one of these bicycles, individuals must make an online reservation. Rentals will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis. Participants must also meet the association at Mosta Square at 7am to collect their reserved bicycle.

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WcDonald’s Anime Series Episode 3 is LIVE!

WcDonald's Anime Series Episode 3 is LIVE!
Apr 2 2024 Share

McDonald’s worldwide has partnered with Studio Pierrot to present an innovative anime collaboration, blending engaging anime narratives with unmissable McDonald’s food across 30 countries. Dubbed the WcDonald’s Anime Series, it’s designed to be a sensory delight.

This joint venture introduces four anime shorts, each exploring different genres ranging from adrenaline-fuelled action to touching romantic tales.

 

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In Episode 3, WcNuggets Space Frontier 3000, our protagonists embark on a cosmic adventure as a team of WcDonald’s pilots defend the last WcNugget from an ominous threat from beyond. The mere thought of our beloved nuggets being in jeopardy is definitely enough to make us shiver.

McDonald’s has joined forces with Acky Bright, a celebrated Japanese manga artist, to introduce manga-inspired packaging and takeout bags that reflect the WcDonald’s Anime Series theme. The collaboration also presents a new McNugget sauce with a savory chili flavor, enriching the dining experience.

This initiative invites customers on a unique journey blending culinary delights with the imaginative world of anime, promising behind-the-scenes exclusives and updates on this exciting fusion of food and fantasy.

Are you an anime fan or did you just become one?

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