This adult only Halloween offer will scare your pants off

 - Sponsored - Oct 26 SHARE ON:
This adult only Halloween offer will scare your pants off

It’s almost Halloween and all of the skeletons, ghosts, wizards, and zombies will be out in force to have some fun. Halloween offers adults the opportunity to indulge their fears and fantasies, become someone else and experience 18+ rated thrills.

Lottoland is also embracing the spooky season and offering a surprise treat, that can win you a frightening amount of cash!

For just €6, this Fangtastic Value Bundle includes:

X1 EuroMillions Bet (next jackpot: €130 Million)
X2 Keno 24/7 Games (max jackpot: €1 Million)
X2 Hallowin Scratchcards (max win: €50,000)
X6 Spins on Lucky Halloween (Current jackpot: €500,000+)

This shocking Bundle is available to all new and existing customers to scratch, claw and bite their way through. Now that’s one scream worthy offer!

How to claim the offer:

1. Log into Lottoland using this link
2. Pay €6 with your favourite payment method
3. Receive all of the treats above instantly

If that isn’t enough to scare your pants off, this freakishly good deal ends on 31st October at 23:59. So grab this Halloween deal before it disappears.

Lottoland is operated by European Lotto and Betting Limited and is licensed by the Malta Gaming Authority, license number MGA/B2C/609/2018. Players must be 18 or over. Gambling can be harmful if not controlled. Please play responsibly. For help visit rgf.org.mt.

The offer must be redeemed by logging in or signing up through the link provided in the article above. The offer is available to all new and existing customers to claim and redeemable up to 6 times per customer. Any unredeemed spins will become void 7 days after being credited if unused. The promotion expires on 31st October 2022 at 23:59 CET. These terms are supplemental to Lottoland’s Promotional Terms and Conditions.

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Friends of crash victim Jesús Reina raising funds to send his body back home

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Friends of crash victim Jesús Reina raising funds to send his body back home

The friends of Venezuelan crash victim Jesús David Reina Quero are raising funds to repatriate the man’s body to his home of Venezuela so that he can be laid to rest.

The 24-year-old sadly died at Mater Dei hospital after he was hit by a car in December 13 road, Marsa on October 25th. Reina was hit by a  Mercedes Benz C250 driven by a 66-year-old man from Fgura.

So far, the repatriation campaign on gofundme.com has raised over $6,000 in donations from members of the Latino community in Malta and beyond. The campaign aims to raise €8,000 to cover funeral expenses and help his fiancée take his remains back home to his family.

Jesús David Reina Quero is the fourth victim to die along Marsa December 13 road, with all four deaths being pedestrians.

RIP Jesús.


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Remember them? These iconic Maltese restaurants are core memories

 - Culture - Oct 26 SHARE ON:
Remember them? These iconic Maltese restaurants are core memories

Malta’s food is a great part of its culture and regardless of what age you may be, going to a restaurant on Sunday with the family is part of a Maltese citizen’s socialisation. That being said, here are a few iconic Maltese restaurants which are core memories.

Ta’ Rita Lapsi View

First opening in 1927, Ta’ Rita Lapsi View Bar and Restaurant will forever remain one of the most iconic restaurants in Malta’s history. For years, it hosted patrons from all walks of life, serving a wide range of dishes in a traditional atmosphere by the seaside. On September 29th,  it was announced the iconic restaurant as we know it will close, breaking the hearts of thousands across the island.

The Avenue

Another golden oldie in Malta’s gastronomical history, The Avenue first opened in 1987, serving lovingly-made food to locals and tourists for years on end. Whether it’s a big ‘ol rack of ribs, juicy chicken breast, crisp green salads or anything else on its menu, this restaurant was always a favourite. Nowadays, it moved from its OG spot in Triq Paceville to a new location at One Portomaso.

Fanal Restaurant

After 33 years of service, Marsascala’s Fanal Restaurant closed its doors for one last time on October 2nd, leaving behind endless memories of good times and great food. For years, Fanal was a local favourite because it provided exactly what the Maltese people want… everything under one roof. From pizzas to burgers and even a Chinese menu, this spot is a true Maltese icon.

McDonald’s Bugibba

A peak core memory if we ever did see one. Looking at photos of the old McDonald’s outlet in Bugibba still gives us all the feels. From the bright yellow tents to the bold, blue railings and one of the most memorable play areas out there, the old Bugibba McDonalds is a core memory at its prime.

How many of these do you remember?


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Maltese dancer Deedee Clark signed to MAJOR US talent agency

 - Art - Oct 26 SHARE ON:
Maltese dancer Deedee Clark signed to MAJOR US talent agency

Top Maltese dancer Deedee Clark has officially signed a contract in Los Angeles with MSA agency (@msaagency), one of the biggest talent agencies in the US. They represent talent such as Brian Friedman, Chucky Klapow, Dave Scott, Jamal Sims, Marty Kudelka, Nappy Tabs and Sean Lew amongst others.

Clark has been dancing since the age of 3 but found her love for jazz funk, commercial and hip hop at age 15. Since then, she has attended multiple workshops and conventions both in Malta and overseas which also led her to taking the leap to start training at the world famous Millennium Dance Complex in Los Angeles, USA.


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MSA has been responsible for providing talent to shows such as American Horror Story, The Masked Singer, AGT, the Emmys as well as for jobs with artists like Meghan Trainor, Usher, Carrie Underwood, Diddy, Megan Thee Stallion, Lady Gaga and more.

Thanks to her talent, extensive resume and choreographer/director Barry Lather, Deedee got the opportunity to become a part of the talent roster with this prestigious agency.

Currently in the process of applying for her US talent visa, Deedee has expressed a lot of excitement and hope for the future. She is very grateful and humbled by all the people she has met along the way that have offered a helping hand. 

While keeping her fingers crossed for her visa approval, she continues to train with the top choreographers in the industry daily, learning as much as she can across various styles. 

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