Scare of the year? Check out what happened on this bus stop!

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Malta has had its fair share of scares and spooky decorations in the past years and 2020 is no exception. 

The spookiest event of the year just got spookier as we have witnessed what could be the scare of the year. Unsuspecting commuters stood silent as they witnessed a creepy white bride traverse the bus terminal screens when all of a sudden, the bride herself emerged from white smoke, sending commuters into a frenzy.

Don’t believe us? WATCH HERE:

Spooky Candid Camera Pranks Marsascala Bus Terminus For Halloween

While unveiling our spanking new teched-out bus terminals around Malta and Gozo, streetmedia decided to celebrate Halloween in a rather unorthodox way… pranking commuters with a good old scare. Boo! 👻

Posted by Streetmedia Malta on Wednesday, October 28, 2020

The scare-of-the-year contender was orchestrated by Streetmedia Malta, an organisation specialising in giving terminals a well-deserved level-up.

Streetmedia Malta offers an innovative Out of Home Advertising service which provides state-of-the-art bus terminals equipped with free Wi-Fi, ATMs, vending machines, you name it!

Their terminals also feature 4K 75-inch advertising displays and multiple strategically-positioned 49-inch interactive screens, guaranteeing maximum visibility for both commuters and passers-by.

Want to level up your brand? Head to Streetmedia Malta’s website.


Tourism workers may join contact tracing team

Oct 29 2020 Share

In a statement release by the MTA directed towards licensees in the tourism sector, employees previously working in the tourism sector are now eligible to apply for the contact tracing team.

Thus, employees may continue to receive the €800 supplement along with €5.28 per hour “or the difference between the wage supplement and Scale 10”. 

Those who wish to apply should send an e-mail with their ID and NI numbers on [email protected] by the 4th of November.


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Heated fight breaks out in San Gwann

Oct 28 2020 Share

A video has emerged of a fight between 2 men and a car driver in Triq Sir Anthony Mamo, San Gwann.

The video clip shows two men hitting the car, a Peugeot 207. At the end, one of them even threw a fruit crate onto the car.

The reason behind the fight is not yet known.


EU puts €100 million towards rapid virus tests

Oct 28 2020 Share

Brussels has set aside € 100 million for faster coronavirus test research and production as Europe faces a second wave of COVID-19 outbreak. The coronavirus antigen test is not known to be as accurate as the so-called “PCR test” in which a sample taken from the nasal swab is sent to a laboratory for examination. 

But it is faster, with results available at the testing point within 15 minutes, and European experts agree that the virus is now moving too rapidly to rely on tests that can take days.