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Car Catches Fire On Marsa-Ħamrun Bypass

Marsa-Ħamrun Bypass Tree Catches Fire
Jun 5 2024 Share

A car has reportedly caught fire on the Marsa-Ħamrun Bypass.

 

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It is unclear what caused the flames and if anyone was injured in the incident.

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Maltese Racer Zach Zammit Shines In Prestigious UK Championship

Maltese Racer Zach Zammit Shines In Prestigious UK Championship
Jun 5 2024 Share

Maltese racer Zach Zammit was highlighted as he took to the Shelsley Walsh Hill Climb last weekend, driving his Wraith.

 

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Powered by a Hayabusa 13 turbo engine, running on methanol, Zach made a name for both himself and his country as he navigated the track and secured second place in his class.

 

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The Shelsley Walsh is the world’s oldest active motorsport venue, and Zach has left his mark on the pantheon of racers who cruised along the track.

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Selwyn Urges Compassion Before Entering Villa

Selwyn Urges Compassion Before Entering Villa
Jun 5 2024 Share

In a pre-recorded video before entering the Love Island Malta Season 2 villa, Selwyn Grech urged for commenters to practice love and compassion when it comes to the contestants and their comments about them.

 

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The islander said that the contestants are all human and that viewers should not try to bring down those participating.

‘It’s love island, so let’s keep it <3’, concluded the bombshell.

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Local Teachers Start Receiving Emails With Updated Salaries

Local Teachers Start Receiving Emails With Updated Salaries
Jun 5 2024 Share

Early Wednesday morning, educators in Malta received emails detailing proposed salary increases under a new collective agreement.

This agreement, supported by the Malta Union of Teachers (MUT) after extensive negotiations with the government, promises significant financial benefits.

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Educators, including heads, assistant heads, teachers, and Learning Support Educators (LSEs), were informed about the new salary structure. For teachers in scale 7, the current maximum salary of €35,325 will increase to €46,340 by 2027 under the new agreement.

The letter, signed by Matthew Vella, Permanent Secretary in the Ministry of Education, and Dr. Joyce Cassar, Permanent Secretary in the Office of the Prime Minister, assured that once the agreement is signed, teachers will receive arrears backdated to January 1, 2023.

To address the managerial grade of scale 6, a new benefit up to €1,800 will be automatically added to existing benefits. Allowances, previously €5,700 until 2022, will increase to €10,300 in 2023, €11,300 in 2024, €11,800 in 2025, €12,300 in 2026, and €14,300 in 2027.

Teachers will also see an increased rate for supervision duties and the opportunity for more supervision. Additionally, a one-time payment of €1,000 will be issued upon signing the agreement.

This financial package excludes increases related to supervision, first-aiders, and other provisions in the Public Service Collective Agreement effective from 2025.

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