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65 Tonnes Of Rubbish Collected From National Cleansing Project

65 Tonnes Of Rubbish Collected From National Cleansing Project
Feb 6 2024 Share

Since October 2023, a national waste management and maintenance project has been ongoing, involving interventions in 21 localities, resulting in the removal of over 65 tonnes of waste.

Tasks such as cleaning, pruning, and maintenance were carried out collaboratively by the workers of the Cleaning and Maintenance Division alongside other governmental bodies. Utilizing 8 compact sweepers, the Division has cleaned more than 2,000 kilometers of roads, clearing approximately 30 tonnes of street residue by January alone.

With the introduction of new technological machinery, the Division plans to extend assistance to an additional 24 localities. Extensive training sessions conducted by foreign technical experts have prepared Clean Malta workers for the deployment of robots and sweepers.

This progress was highlighted during a press conference addressed by Minister for Tourism and Public Infrastructure Clayton Bartolo, Parliamentary Secretary for Public Infrastructure Glenn Bedingfield, and Clean Malta’s Director-General Ramon Deguara. The Minister emphasized the Government’s commitment to prioritizing public cleanliness, aiming to create a welcoming, clean, and healthy environment for both residents and visitors.

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Still Feels Surreal: First Reaction By Sarah Bonnici

Still Feels Surreal: First Reaction By Sarah Bonnici
Feb 6 2024 Share

Taking to her social media, Malta Eurovision Song Contest winner Sarah Bonnici winner expressed how surreal it all still feels following her taking the top spot last weekend. 

 

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Sarah said that she has finally found some time to officially respond to all the messages and thank everyone for the support. 

Sarah said how grateful she feels that she will be representing Malta next May in Malmo, Sweden for the Eurovision Song Contest. 

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PARTY WEEK: The G7 Friday Carnival is Finally Here!

PARTY WEEK: The G7 Friday Carnival is Finally Here!
Feb 6 2024 Share

The week of Gozo’s highly-anticipated G7 Friday Carnival at Aurora, Rabat, is finally here, and it promises to be a party like no other.

Set to take place this Friday, 9th February, the event has already created quite a buzz with what is expected to be a levelled-up carnival experience. As the week rolls by, the hype is truly real, and we cannot wait to see what the G7 Friday Carnival has in store.

Limited tickets are still available, but they’re selling fast, so now’s your golden opportunity to secure your spot. Don’t let hesitation hold you back—grab your ticket now before it’s too late.

The G7 Friday Carnival is not just any event; it’s the official afterparty to the Nadur spontaneous carnival, adding an extra layer of excitement to the festivities. The stellar DJ lineup is sure to keep the energy high and the crowd moving, featuring performances by BAK, Debrii, D-Rey, Denzel Jo Armani, DOTX, Gabii, JD Patrick, Koroma, Miggy, Nagem, Sar, and WYNE. Each DJ brings their unique style to the decks, ensuring a night filled with celebratory sounds and unforgettable beats.

Don’t miss out on the opportunity to be part of the magic and join us at the G7 Friday Carnival!

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Road Works On Triq Ħal Luqa To Piazza Antoine De Paule In Paola

Road Works On Triq Ħal Luqa To Piazza Antoine De Paule In Paola
Feb 6 2024 Share

In the coming days, Infrastructure Malta will conduct road repairs from Triq Ħal Luqa to Piazza Antoine De Paule in Paola. 

Addressing significant damage between the Health Center and Hibernians Football Club, works are set from February 8 to February 29, 2024. 

To minimize disruptions, most work will occur after 19:00, reducing inconvenience to daily life and community activities. 

Specific measures, like temporary road signage, will guide alternative routes. Collaborating with stakeholders, we aim to enhance accessibility and safety for residents and visitors. Your cooperation ensures the effective completion of these essential interventions.

Minister for Transport, Infrastructure and Public Works Chris Bonett took to social media to announce the works, saying that he has been hearing, with reason, the damages of the concerned area. 

‘The works are set to last 3 weeks and will probably take place at night to reduce inconvenience’, thanking Raħal Ġdid mayor Dominic Grima II for the support. 

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