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Clean Malta Keeping Our Beaches Safe And Pristine

Clean Malta Keeping Our Beaches Safe And Pristine
Jul 17 2023 Share

Malta’s Cleansing and Maintenance Division, Clean Malta, shared a few images of their recent works on various Maltese beaches as they worked hard to keep them visitor friendly as summer heatwaves draw more people in for a refreshing swim. 

‘We don’t do miracles but our workers do everything they can so that everyone can enjoy our bays’, Clean Malta wrote. ‘One word for these workers: THANK YOU’ (GRAZZI).’

The work was carried out under the supervision of General Director Ramon Deguara through the Tourism Ministry. 

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Fires Reported In Sant’ Anton Palace Office

Jul 17 2023 Share

The President of Malta George Vella took to social media to report that fires broke out this morning in one of the Sant’ Anton Palace.

‘No one was injured in the incident’, the President revealed. He thanked the Civil Protection Department, the Malta Police Force, the Armed Forces of Malta and Mater Dei Hospital for their immediate assistance. 

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26 Year Old Construction Worker Dies After Rabat Fall

26 Year Old Construction Worker Dies After Rabat Fall
Jul 17 2023 Share

Mohammed Kasey Hashem Alkhateeb has been identified as the 26 year old worker who died four days after falling at a construction site near Rabat. 

The death coincides with the day a vigil for Jean Paul Sofia, another victim of construction for whom a public inquiry has not been opened, leading to mass backlash. 

The report of the accident came last Thursday after the Syrian national who lived in Cospicua suffered injuries when falling from a height of one-storey during work in Triq Alessandro Curmi, Rabat. 

Mohammed was one of two construction site accident victims last week, with a 47-year-old Moroccan man from San Ġwann falling from a height on Friday morning. 

Mohammed’s passing was announced on social media, with activist Omar Rababah sharing an image of the victim and writing: ‘Tonight, for you as well’, in reference to the vigil for Sofia near Castille. 

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Italy’s U19 Celebrate UEFA Win At Gianpula Village Malta

Italy's U19 Celebrate UEFA Win At Gianpula Village Malta
Jul 17 2023 Share

Following their victory against Portugal and their subsequent crowning as U19 UEFA Champions at the Ta’ Qali National Stadium, the Italian team took to Gianpula Village, Malta for some well-deserved celebrations. 

Videos uploaded to Instagram show the youth enjoying their post match victory, cracking open a bottle of champagne and having the time of their lives. 

The prestigious Under-19 EURO finals took place between the 3rd and 16th of July and saw teams like Iceland, Greece, Norway, Spain, Poland and, of course, Portugal and Italy bring their talent to Malta. 

 

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This was of course an opportunity to strengthen Malta’s position in sports tourism, with the National Stadium, Centenary Stadium, Tony Bezzina Stadium and Gozo Stadium in Xewkija all used for these matches. 

And this also applied to Malta’s clubbing scene as well as the Italian team wasted no time in celebrating at one of Malta’s most well known party venues!

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