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Uber’s new services are here to help you save money & save the planet

 - Local - Dec 6 SHARE ON:
Uber's new services are here to help you save money & save the planet

Ever since Uber arrived in Malta, the transport scene hasn’t been the same and the popular mobility brand’s new services Uber Saver & Uber Green are definitely changing the game.

With the mission of creating opportunity through movement, Uber Saver came at just the right time for the festive season, allowing you to get yourself from point A to point B efficiently whilst getting the best bang for your buck. All you need to do is get the app, book your ride, get in and go!

Additionally, as part of Uber’s electric transition roadmap, Uber Green has finally hit the streets of Malta, so commuters who want to travel in an eco-friendly way can catch one of Uber’s green vehicles and help keep Malta’s carbon footprint down.

The new, eco-friendly service allows users to travel in hybrid and electric vehicles at the same prices as the brand’s most popular product, UberX.

The globally-recognised mobility company has committed to becoming a zero emission mobility platform by the year 2040, so the fact that you can save money whilst also saving the planet makes using Uber a no-brainer.

Have you downloaded Uber yet?

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Photos of Corradino building collapse operation published by Civil Protection Department

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Photos of Corradino building collapse operation published by Civil Protection Department

The Civil Protection Department has published a collection of photographs which were taken during the force’s delicate 16-hour operation after a building collapsed in Paola’s Corradino Industrial Estate.

“50 rescuers, 13 senior officers, 12 fire appliances, 16 hours of work”, a statement published on Civil Protection Malta’s social media page read.

During the operation, CPD officials were attempting to rescue the men who got caught under the building’s ruins following its collapse. 20-year-old Jean Paul Sofia, was sadly found dead at 1.30am on Sunday while another three man had to be admitted to intensive care.

Home Affairs Minister Byron Camilleri praised the workers involved in such a delicate operation, also offering his condolences to Sofia’s family in such a difficult moment.

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50 bottles of limited edition Vovis Gin available just in time for Christmas from The Still!

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50 bottles of limited edition Vovis Gin available just in time for Christmas from The Still!

If you have a gin connoisseur in your life and don’t know what you should get them for Christmas, fear not because local beverage brand VOVIS Gin have got your sorted with the perfect gift this festive season!

Limited to only 50 individual bottles, The Still edition of the award-winning VOVIS dry gin aged in American Oak is now exclusively available at the Balzan whisky and gin lounge.

The Maltese recipe drink is a balanced dry gin with citrus and juniper forward notes, crafted to offer a smooth experience that long time gin- overs and newbies alike will savour.

So whether it’s a Secret Santa gift for a colleague you respect or a special celebration of friendship to someone you know will love it, this limited edition gin is the perfect gift for gin lovers this Christmas!

Send this to someone who LOVES gin.

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Majority of Maltese people believe 1c & 2c coins should be discontinued, survey states

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Majority of Maltese people believe 1c & 2c coins should be discontinued, survey states

Results from a recent Eurobarometer survey have revealed that 61% of Maltese people believe that 1c and 2c coins should become a thing of the past and products should have fixed prices as opposed to those ending in 99c.

Meanwhile, 78% of Malta’s people believe the Euro was beneficial to the country whilst another 66% would agree that the introduction of the currency made travelling easier.

Malta joined the Euro Zone on 1st January 2008, 4 years after joining the European Union.

With regards to economic reforms, the majority of respondents stated that particular focus should be made on the employment market, health systems, education systems and pensions.

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