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Car On Bus Crash Causes Buġibba Traffic Standstill

Car On Bus Crash Causes Buġibba Traffic Standstill
Jun 13 2024 Share

A video sent to this newsroom shows the standstill caused in Buġibba after a car crashed into a coach yesterday.

 

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The crash caused massive delays in the area as vehicles manoeuvred around the crash site.

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It is unclear whether anyone was injured in the accident as of yet.

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Maltese Beaches To Get Sand Replenished In New Project

Maltese Beaches To Get Sand Replenished In New Project
Jun 13 2024 Share

The Malta Tourism Authority (MTA) has announced an upcoming sand recharge operation as part of its ongoing beach maintenance programme.

The initiative will take place at Buġibba Perched Beach in St Paul’s Bay and St. George’s Bay in St. Julian’s.

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The sand, imported from Jordan, is scheduled to arrive in Malta around June 11, 2024. The delivery and spreading process will commence at Buġibba Perched Beach on Wednesday, June 12, and continue at St. George’s Bay on Monday, June 17, 2024. The MTA will keep the public informed of any adjustments to this schedule.

To ensure traffic safety, specific roads will be closed off during the unloading operations: Triq ix-Xatt ta’ San Ġorġ in St. George’s Bay and part of Dawret il-Gżejjer in Buġibba Perched Beach.

The MTA has also planned for night-time work to expedite the process and minimise disruption to the public.

The MTA appreciates the public’s cooperation and apologises for any inconvenience caused during this essential maintenance operation.

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Love Island Malta’s Sven & Gaby Celebrate Anniversary

Love Island Malta's Sven & Gaby Celebrate Anniversary
Jun 12 2024 Share

Love Island Malta Season 1 stars Sven and Gaby are celebrating a major milestone: one year of being an official couple.

 

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The pair, who were runners-up on the inaugural season of the hit reality show, took to social media to share their joy and reflect on their journey together. “From sun-kissed days to starry nights,” they reminisced, looking back at the special moments that have defined their relationship over the past year.

Despite not winning the show, Sven and Gaby immediately clicked when they first met on Love Island Malta, quickly becoming one of the strongest couples in the villa. Their chemistry and cute moments won the hearts of viewers, making them fan favourites amongst the Maltese audience. Their love story has continued to blossom outside the show, proving that reality TV romance may very well turn into something real and lasting.

The couple’s anniversary post was filled with heartfelt messages and cherished memories, highlighting the adventures and milestones they’ve shared since leaving the villa. Fans of the show were thrilled to see their favourite couple thriving and wished them continued happiness in the future.

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The RGF Navigating The Nexus: Global Sporting Events, Gambling Trends & Awareness

Jun 12 2024 Share

Global sporting events like Euro 2024 captivate millions, uniting fans worldwide. These events also intersect with rising sports gambling trends driven by accessible online betting platforms. The excitement of predicting outcomes and potential monetary gains makes sports betting particularly enticing during major tournaments.

However, sports betting carries risks, especially for vulnerable individuals. Easy access, social normalisation, and the thrill of wagering can lead to problem gambling behaviours.

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The Responsible Gaming Foundation (RGF), established in 2014, addresses this by promoting awareness and support. The RGF administers funds to aid those affected by gambling issues, fosters responsible gambling awareness, strengthens research, supports alternatives and organises educational initiatives.

Promoting responsible gambling involves collaboration among organisations, betting platforms, and regulatory bodies. Implementing age verification, self-exclusion programs, and betting limits helps mitigate risks.

Governments, healthcare professionals, and advocacy groups must provide support systems, including counselling and tailored treatment programs for those struggling with gambling addiction.

Technology also aids in promoting responsible gambling through real-time analytics, pop-up warnings, and educational resources. By fostering a balanced approach that emphasises enjoyment over excessive risk-taking, individuals can enjoy sports without falling into problem gambling.

Understanding the relationship between global sporting events, gambling trends, and problem gambling awareness is crucial. The RGF’s commitment to responsible gambling ensures the thrill of sports remains a source of joy and unity for fans worldwide.

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