“The problem is that there isn’t enough sex in this country”, says Maltese sex therapist

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In our latest episode of GROUNDED, Sarah & Amy chat with clinical sex therapist Matthew Bartolo, who broke down some of Maltese most common issues and biggest problems.

During the sit-down chat, Bartolo states that “the problem is there isn’t too much sex, the problem is that there isn’t enough sex in this country.”

Bartolo stated that the problem stems from people’s lifestyle, where many try to live more than they can afford, both in terms of time and money. He went on to say that when couples do end up meeting somewhere, they have no energy to engage in sexual activity.

Bartolo breaks down this and many other issues in this sector during the FULL EPISODE of GROUNDED which you can watch below:

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This restaurant in Sliema has a menu which is EXCLUSIVE for dogs

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This summer, the Compass Lounge in Sliema unveiled their new menu intended for dogs. The menu features organic food which, according to restaurant owner Richard Mangion, is also good enough for humans to eat.

All meals include some type of protein whether it be beef, fish, chicken or rabbit. With the meat they also include some carbohydrates such as rice and vegetables such as peas and carrots.

The restaurant call their special and unique menu “the K-9 menu” and it surely has put the restaurant on the map for many Maltese dog owners.

Many Maltese restaurants offer customers’ dogs a bowl of water or some treats but none have gone to the level that The Compass Lounge has. However this isn’t that rare in restaurants outside of Malta.

It is actually becoming a bit of a trend that restaurants offer dog-friendly or dog-centred menus so people can enjoy eating their dinner with their furry friends. Even large fast food chains such as Shake Shack offer dogs a number of biscuits in a special ice cream sundae whilst Starbucks’ secret menu includes a Puppuccino, a small cup filled with whipped cream.


WATCH: 15-year-old Denzel Jo Armani featured on popular platform after DJing in Ayia Napa

15-year-old Denzel Jo Armani featured on popular platform after DJing in Ayia Napa
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15-year-old DJ wonderkid Denzel Jo Armani has been featured on popular Instagram music community @djloversclub after performing a set at The Club in Ayia Napa.


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The DJ-centric Instagram account boasts a whopping 734,000 followers, regularly featuring popular DJ performances and viral clips and Denzel Jo is the latest Maltese representative to get some love online.

Captioned “this kid is wild”, the clip features the young DJ dropping a mashup of Fisher’s ‘Losing It’ and classic disco track ‘September’ to a jam-packed club.

Denzel Jo is the son of veteran local DJ Joseph Armani and has been making waves in the local music scene after starting off his music career very early.

Have you heard Denzel Jo DJ yet?


Malta’s success in Europe could mean major step forward for local football

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This season has seen a historic European campaign commence for local football, as for the first time ever three Maltese football clubs have made it to the third qualifying round of European competition. These three clubs are last year’s champions Hibernians, Ħamrun Spartans and Gżira United.

The victories that have taken the teams to their third qualifying rounds will land them €550,000 each, a significant amount of financial security for local clubs. There is also the chance for an even larger amount of money if they win even more European games, progress further and maybe, for the first time ever, the group stage.

These finances will surely help in the running of the club on and off the pitch. The money could be used to improve training facilities, enhance the playing squad and coaching staff and take their academies further to produce even more Maltese talent.

Ħamrun Spartans will now face well renowned Bulgarian side Levski Sofia whilst Gżira will go against Austrian team Wolfsberger AC. Lastly Hibernians’ opposition will be FK RFS of Latvia who will pose as a great threat to their ambitions of reaching the Conference League group stage.