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Minumum Wage Increase Every Year for Four Years, Robert Abela Reveals

Minumum Wage Increase Every Year for Four Years, Robert Abela Reveals
Oct 26 2023 Share

Malta’s Prime Minister Robert Abela has revealed that Malta will see an increase in its minimum wage every year for for yours.

In a recent video posted by Abela himself, the PM revealed that through the establishment of a ‘Low Wage Commission’, recommendations and suggestions would be taken and implemented to secure national economic development. Earlier in October, Abela had stated that Malta’s current minimum wage of €835 was too low and required an increase.

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This follows the announcement that the cost of living adjustment for 2024 will be €12.81 per week, as revealed by Finance Minister Clyde Caruana.

Further specifics on the minimum wage are set to be revealed in the coming days, with Budget 2024 to take place on Monday 30th October.

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G7 Freaky Friday Halloween Special is Back at Gianpula Main Room!

G7 Freaky Friday Halloween Special is Back at Gianpula Main Room!
Oct 25 2023 Share

Prepare for a spine-tingling extravaganza at Gianpula Main Room on October 27th with the highly anticipated G7 Freaky Friday Halloween Special!

G7 Events invite you to a night of hands-in-the-air excitement, heart-pounding beats, and an unmatched Halloween atmosphere that will haunt your senses long after the night ends. This Halloween, immerse yourself in a world of thrills, chills, and unforgettable vibes as the venue transforms into a haven for ghouls, ghosts, and creatures of the night.

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The dance floor will come alive with the sounds of local favourite DJs including Debrii, Koroma, Miggy, D-Rey, Gabii, Cleaven, Sar, DOTX, and Wayne as they cast a musical spell, ensuring you dance the night away to beats that will leave you enchanted. Embrace the Halloween spirit and get ready to party ’til you’re purple!

Don’t miss the opportunity to attend the Halloween event of the year! Secure your tickets now for the G7 Freaky Friday Halloween Special at Gianpula Main Room. Gather your friends, put on your spookiest attire, and get ready for a night that promises unforgettable memories and an atmosphere charged with supernatural energy.

It’s going to be a Halloween celebration like no other – a night you’ll cherish long after the haunting melodies fade away.

Send this to someone who loves Halloween!

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Parent Thanks Police Officer Who Escorts Crying Son To School

Parent Thanks Police Officer Who Escorts Crying Son To School
Oct 25 2023 Share

The Malta Police Force shared a public message of gratitude by a parent after their son was gently escorted to school by an officer after not wanting to enter. 

‘I would like to explain how I was with my son outside the Ħal Għaxaq primary school when my son started to pull back so as not to enter’, the parent explained. 

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‘This police man who was present asked the boy for his hand and quietly and gently guided him to his class as the crying and sadness faded.’ 

Well done to the officer in question! 

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Ronald McDonald House Charities Raises €27,000 For New Motor Sensory Room

Ronald McDonald House Charities Raises €27,000 For New Motor Sensory Room
Oct 25 2023 Share

Children attending the Ronald McDonald House Charities (RMHC) Learning Centre in Qawra will soon have a motor sensory room thanks to a successful fundraising dinner where more than 200 guests were present.

“Our research showed that the north part of Malta has no motor sensory room for therapists and parents to use outside school hours. That’s why we have set out to equip our Qawra property with specialist motor sensory equipment aimed at stimulating user’s motor skills and promote interaction in a calming and engaging environment,” said RMHC Chairman Martin Xuereb, adding that the new space would be inaugurated next year.

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The RMHC Learning Centre is a purpose-built 360-square meter facility filling a crucial gap in specialized and accessible support services for children facing challenges stemming from learning disabilities or social circumstances. It was inaugurated in 2019 and has since served hundreds of children, young people and their families, empowering NGOs and professionals to deliver their own programmes and services through counselling, therapy and training.

To raise funds for the Motor Sensory Room, a dinner was held at Xara Lodge in Rabat, featuring a a silent auction showcasing stunning art pieces by local artists, including James Vella Clark, Francesca Balzan, Debbie Caruana Dingli, Nickie Sultana, Kane Cali, Celia Borg Cardona, Johanna Barthet and Pawl Carbonaro, as well as a weekend trip to Provence, courtesy of Hans Travel & Hans Jet.

These efforts resulted in impressive proceeds of €27,000, bringing RMHC one step closer to fulfilling its charitable mission to continue enriching the lives of those in need.

The Malta Chapter of RMHC is part of the Ronald McDonald House Charities global network network which delivers programmes and services in more than 60 countries and regions, benefitting the lives of millions of children and their families around the world.

The event also included a raffle with an array of prizes supported by Allelon Hospitality, Dee Spas, Dota Frames, Enemed, Harvest Technology, Hilton Malta, iRiparo, iSpot, JPA, Land’s End Boutique Hotel, McDonald’s, M. Demajo Wines & Spirits, Mediterranean Ceramics, Nenu the Artisan Baker, PTL, San Benedetto and XARA Collection.

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