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Father's Day Competition

Take part in our Father’s day competition and win a €50 voucher which you can spend at our newly opened shop, Bottega Verde. All you need to do is take part in our online Facebook competition where you need to answer "What do you love most about your Dad?” Comment...

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Easter at The Duke

In April, we celebrate Easter and The Duke is organising some fun competitions on our Facebook Page and in-store. Participants shall get the chance of winning various vouchers redeemable from the stores at The Duke Shopping Mall so stay tuned on our Facebook Page to keep up to date with...

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A Friendly March

In March we celebrate St. Patrick’s Day and for the occasion we are organising a nice competition.  Watch out for the competition on our Facebook page and participate to be in a chance to win a gift to celebrate this feast in style with The Duke Shopping Mall.  The 21st...

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Inspiration

Make her feel extra special this year

Are you looking for some Mother’s Day gifts ideas? The Duke Shopping Mall has a vast array of gifts for every taste. Read More

Nature comes first at The Duke Shopping Mall

Italy’s top single-brand beauty store, Bottega Verde is opening a new outlet in The Duke Shopping Mall. With more than 400 retail outlets in Italy and 80 in other countries, Bottega Verde focuses on Harmony, Balance and Wellness. It has combined its Tuscan origins with the lessons of nature for authentic beauty. Following this path, the cosmetic products are created with the use of more than 300 natural active ingredients, tailored to suit every beauty need. Read More

World Down Syndrome Day

On the 21st March we observe the World Down Syndrome Day which is a global awareness initiative.  This date has been specifically chosen to represent the third copy of chromosome 21.  On this day, different organisations and associations around the world hold activities to raise awareness on what Down Syndrome is, what it means, as well as emphasising the contribution of people with Down syndrome to the local communities. 

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