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WATCH: British rapper ArrDee delivers spectacular performance at Havana Club Malta

 - Local - Jun 19 SHARE ON:

Brighton-born rapper ArrDee delivered a spectacular performance at Havana Club Malta yesterday evening after weeks of anticipation for the British rapper’s club show.

 

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With phone lights illuminating the club from the moment he entered the building, ArrDee and his DJ put on a clinic of British rap and trending hits, with the crowd singing along to one hit track after the other.

ArrDee was part of Havana Club’s official opening after a 5-month renovation period, with the renovated club rocking neon lights, new bars and a rocking sound system as it ushers in a new era.

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This 7-second test will tell you if it’s too hot to walk your dog

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This 7-second test will tell you if it's too hot to walk your dog

As temperatures in Malta continue to soar for the summer, dog owners are being advised to remain vigilant in the face of increasingly hotter days.

With temperatures approaching the typically-Maltese 40ºC mark, our furry friends’ health and hydration should be constantly monitored and a 7-second test has unveiled how dog owners can gauge the heat. The Kennel Club stated that “the best way to tell if a pavement is too hot for your dog to walk on is to place the back of your hand on the pavement for seven seconds. If it’s too painful for your hand, then it’s too painful for your dog’s paws.”

The organisation, together with multiple other animal awareness groups, have urged others to walk their dogs at cooler times of the day to reduce burning of paws and risk of heatstroke development. A vet organisation has stated that it is generally safe to walk dogs at temperatures of around 19°C, with even temperatures of 20°C offering risk of heat stroke.

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Malta’s jellyfish invasion continues as temperatures soar for the summer

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As we continue to traverse into the much-anticipated Maltese summer, many have shared photos and video footage of jellyfish invasions at various Maltese beaches as temperatures continue to soar.

Marine biologist Alan Deidun told MaltaToday that the reason behind this is the fact that sea temperatures went down to 14.6°C during the first two weeks of March, extending the jellyfish’s development cycle due to cold temperatures.

The mauve stinger jellyfish, which has become commonplace in Maltese waters, has been developing at different rates, with people spotting the stingers as early as January as they continue to bloom in the summer months.

Deidun also reported that the ‘big bloom’ of jellyfish is expected to subside in the next few weeks.

Have you seen any jellyfish this summer?

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Policemen save the day by driving boy to school after parent’s car troubles

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Policemen save the day by driving boy to school after parent's car troubles

A Maltese mother took to Facebook on Monday to praise officials within the Malta Police Force after they took her soon to work when she encountered some car troubles.

The mother’s car stopped abruptly in Saqqajja Hill, Rabat, stating that no one stopped to help after her car broke down. It was the two police officials who eventually approached her car and offered to take her son to school on time to meet his friends for a school outing.

“So so thankful to the police patrol car that stopped to assist us this morning”, the mother said in a Facebook post re-shared by The Malta Police Force. The post has since garnered close to 5.5 thousands likes a hundreds of comments praising the police.

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