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This Maltese engineer just landed a job with one of the world’s tech giants

Jan 19 2021 Share

After years of studying Aeronautical Engineering at the University of Glasgow, Maltese engineer Amy Markham has found herself where most students aspire to be, working with one of the world’s leading tech giants Siemens.

Previously also interning at Rolls-Royce Civil Aerospace, she has landed a job working on CFD visualisation with the tech company, all whilst finishing her degree.

It is so refreshing to see locals making strides beyond our shores and putting Malta on the map – wishing Amy best of luck in her career path!

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Local figures condemn racist attacks on Maltese footballer as opposing team could face €17,000 fine

Jan 19 2021 Share

Local footballer for Raiders Gharghur FC Maya Lucia has made headlines after being the victim of racist attacks during a recent football game versus Mosta FC whereafter she was subject to racist slurs attacking her family and skin colour.

Nikkundanna kull forma ta’ diskriminazzjoni.Dak li ntqal fuq il-footballer Maltija Maya Lucia żgur li ma jagħmilx ġieħ…

Posted by Bernard Grech on Tuesday, 19 January 2021

Maya took to Facebook to shed a light on the shocking nature of this situation by quoting the exact words of parents from the opposite team.

The Malta Football Association released a statement expressing solidarity with the player and that it is currently investigating the incident, along with the police.

Meanwhile, opposing team Mosta FC could face a €17,000 fine and point-deduction within the league due to the racist attacks.

This should not be the state of our country in 2021, let Maya’s situation be a catalyst for change and growth in our country.

Our thoughts are with Maya Lucia – NO TO RACISM, now and forever.

200 COVID-19 cases registered overnight with 148 recoveries

67 COVID-19 cases registered overnight with 323 recoveries
Jan 19 2021 Share

Malta has registered 200 new cases of COVID-19 in the past 24 hours from 3,481 swab tests, while 148 patients have recovered. This information was announced by the official Facebook page of Malta’s Ministry for Health.

As of Monday 18th January 2021, 13,002 vaccine doses were administered.

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To date, Malta has registered 15,942 COVID-19 cases in total, of which: 12,865 have recovered, 242 died and 2,835 are still active.

Malta has registered 200 new cases of COVID-19 in the past 24 hours from 3,481 swab tests, while 148 patients have…

Posted by Malta Daily on Tuesday, 19 January 2021

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The Malta Gladiator Trail airs tonight and we’re excited!

Jan 19 2021 Share

The Malta Gladiator Trail will be airing tonight at 8:30 PM on ONE TV, and we’re hyped up! The Trail is an obstacle course competition where contestants will be competing for a cash prize.

The Obstacle course is made to test one’s boundaries when it comes to both physical and mental strength. Progression through the trial will mean higher difficulty when it comes to obstacles and the trial is always timed.

The Malta Gladiator Trail is aiming to help people push their boundaries as well as to promote a healthy lifestyle.

We know we’re excited to watch this sports event and we’re sure it’s going to keep us on our toes!

Will you be watching tonight?

Episode 1: Who will conquer the Gladiator Trail?

Many will fail, but who will manage to conquer the Gladiator Trail? The Malta Gladiator Trail starts Tonight! Every Tuesday at 20:30 on ONE TV

Posted by Malta Gladiator Trail on Monday, 18 January 2021

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