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Town splashes out £165,000 of public Covid fund on massive illuminated squid

The Daily Star's FREE newsletter is spectacular! Sign up today for the best stories straight to your inboxA town has splashed out £165,000 of Covid relief money on a giant illuminated squid in a bid to boost tourism.Noto, a small town in Japan, has used government subsidies meant for the community on the 13-metre-long pink creature.While a busy fishing port famous for its squid, it has also become reliant on tourism with a hotel and restaurant industry along with shops selling local products.Like elsewhere, the pandemic has hit the number of people visiting, especially with the Japanese government suspending subsidies for domestic travel.To the bemusement of some, town officials have decided to pay £165,000 on a massive squid that has been

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The Daily Star's FREE newsletter is spectacular! Sign up today for the best stories straight to your inboxA town has splashed out £165,000 of Covid relief money on a giant illuminated squid in a bid to boost tourism.Noto, a small town in Japan, has used government subsidies meant for the community on the 13-metre-long pink creature.While a busy fishing port famous for its squid, it has also become reliant on tourism with a hotel and restaurant industry along with shops selling local products.Like elsewhere, the pandemic has hit the number of people visiting, especially with the Japanese government suspending subsidies for domestic travel.To the bemusement of some, town officials have decided to pay £165,000 on a massive squid that has been
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