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Chadwick Boseman To Receive Hollywood Walk Of Fame Star

Chadwick Boseman To Receive Hollywood Walk Of Fame Star
Jun 28 2023 Share

Beloved late actor Chadwick Boseman is set to receive a posthumous star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame after having passed away back in August of 2020. 

Boseman passed away from colon cancer at the age of 43 and became world known for portraying Black Panther in the Marvel Cinematic Universe between 2016 and 2019. 

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His death shocked the entire world, especially Marvel fans, with the second instalment into the Black Panther saga dedicated to the actor and his passing. 

Boseman will be receiving the star along with Michelle Yeoh, Gal Gadot, Chris Pine, Gwen Stefani and many others. 

‘The Selection Committee, which is made up of fellow Walk of Famers, carefully hand-picks a group of honorees each year that represent various genres of the entertainment world,’ said Chair and Walk of Fame, Ellen K, in a press release.

The announcement that Boseman will be receiving his own star went down very well with people, with many baffled that the actor hadn’t received his star sooner. 

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PN To Hold Vote For Public Inquiry Into Jean Paul Sofia’s Death

PN To Hold Vote For Public Inquiry Into Jean Paul Sofia's Death
Jun 28 2023 Share

The Nationalist Party’s Parliamentary Group has unanimously agreed that, on Thursday 6th July, which is dedicated to the Opposition, a discussion and a vote will take place related to the motion moved by the party to hold a public inquiry in regards to Jean Paul Sofia’s death. 

Taking to social media, Nationalist Party leader Bernard Grech said that the Prime Minister is still sticking to his guns and ‘does not want a public inquiry about the tragic death of the young Jean Paul. 

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‘I appeal to the government to show through their vote that they wish justice should take place and that they wish to reveal the full truth’, wrote Grech. 

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Why A Career In Accounting & How Deloitte Can Support You

Why A Career In Accounting & How Deloitte Can Support You
Jun 28 2023 Share

Why a Career in Accounting?

At a first glance you might think that being an accountant is just about counting numbers all day. Wrong! Technology is shaping the future of accounting and there’s more to it, such as data analytics, sustainability reporting, IT auditing to name a few. Therefore, if any of these fields have sparked your interest, keep scrolling.

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Accountancy exposes you to numerous opportunities, making it highly flexible, and more rewarding as there’s always something new to learn. It’s a career that allows you to create a professional journey for yourself where you will be exposed to several opportunities across multiple service offerings.

Are you interested? This is your next step!

Locally, there are two different accounting qualification routes which are:

  • a Master’s degree in Accountancy at the University of Malta; or
  • the ACCA qualification.

Whatever your choice is, Deloitte will be able to support you in your journey! How will Deloitte support you?

If you decide to further your studies at the University of Malta, you can join the Deloitte Graduate programme.

You’ll get the chance to join one of our teams and to do real work from day one, for a few hours a week in winter and more hours in summer, gaining valuable work experience whilst studying, applying the knowledge you’re gaining at university. This experience will help you grow, allow you to explore different business areas and see what types of projects really inspire you. Furthermore, once you complete your studies, you will be able to join Deloitte on a full-time basis!

On the other hand, you could become ACCA qualified within three years, by joining the Deloitte ACCA programme.

This structured programme offers you a high level of continuous guidance and support during your studies. It offers you the flexibility to choose your tuition provider according to your learning style. Hence, you can study when, where and how it works best for you. This programme allows you to focus on your studies whilst gaining valuable work experience. You’ll have study leave to prepare well for your exams whilst working closely with professionals within one of Deloitte’s service lines.

Interested in the Deloitte ACCA programme?

The Deloitte ACCA programme 2023 will commence on Monday 21 August. If you’re interested to know more about this programme and the benefits it entails, we are willing to hear from you!

Contact us on [email protected] to schedule an initial conversation on how Deloitte can support you to kick start your journey!

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World’s Largest Cruise Ship Ready To Set Sail For 1st Time

World's Largest Cruise Ship Ready To Set Sail For 1st Time
Jun 28 2023 Share

Royal Caribbean’s highly anticipated cruise ship, Icon of the Seas, is nearing its grand debut in January 2024, having successfully completed its initial sea trials in Europe. 

This extraordinary vessel is poised to become the world’s largest cruise ship and the first of Royal Caribbean’s Icon-class fleet. Built at the Meyer Turku shipyard in Finland, the ship promises an unparalleled experience for vacationers. 

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It boasts the world’s largest waterpark at sea, featuring six water slides, along with a “resort getaway,” a “beach escape,” a theme park, and over 40 dining, drinking, and entertainment options. 

Inside, passengers will find the unique “Ultimate Family Townhouse,” a three-story adventure-filled accommodation complete with an in-suite slide, karaoke station, and hidden areas to explore. 

With 20 decks, the ship also features Royal Caribbean’s inaugural piano bar, eight distinct neighbourhoods, a massive pool, and thrilling experiences like Crown’s Edge. 

Weighing in at an estimated 250,800 tons and accommodating approximately 5,610 passengers and 2,350 crew members, the ship has undergone rigorous testing, involving over 450 specialists, to ensure its readiness. Additional sea trials are planned later this year before the ship’s inaugural voyage from South Florida in January 2024.

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