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Some Of The Best Fits From Malta Fashion Awards Night

Some Of The Best Fits From Malta Fashion Awards Night
Jul 7 2024 Share

Here are some of the best outfits from the Awards Night of the Malta Fashion Week.

Who do you think wore it best?

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Yesterday saw local artists awarded for their talent and hard work in the industry, pushing the limits further and placing Malta on the map of world fashion.

‘Malta Fashion Week is an annual event that celebrates fashion, culture, and creativity. It brings together designers, models, industry professionals, and fashion enthusiasts to showcase the best of local and international fashion.’

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The Malta Fashion Awards 2024 Winners

The Malta Fashion Awards 2024 Winners
Jul 7 2024 Share

Here are the winners of the Malta Fashion Awards 2024 – awarding some of the very best in the local game!

Jade Zammit Stevens bagged the Best Content Creator, and Matthew Bonello took home the Best Male Model and Photo Model Award.

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As for the Best Female Model, it was Marina Po who lifted the award, with Stephanie Hodgkins winning the Best Female Photo Model Award.

Meanwhile, Lyanne Sawyer won Best Makeup Artist Award, with the best Hair Stylist Award going to Vanusia Hair Design.

Lindsey Bahia bagged the Best Photographer Award, Jeandor Farrugia the Best Stylist Award and Isaac Fenech the Best Local Up and Coming Fashion Designer Award.

Congratulations to all!

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England Supporters In Gozo Celebrate Win At Aurora Bistro Cafe

England Supporters In Gozo Celebrate Win At Aurora Bistro Cafe
Jul 7 2024 Share

England supporters in Gozo celebrated their victory over Switzerland at the Aurora Bistro Cafe as the penalty shoot out bent towards the English after a 1-1 stalemate.

The penalties saw England overtake Switzerland with a 5-3 score – leading to celebrations and iconic ‘its coming home’ chants.

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Fans at the Aurora Bistro Cafe were no stranger to the glee of the placing, proceeding to clap and sing whilst dining and drinking together.

One could even be seen spinning his shirt around in celebration as even kids jumped and cheered along with the jubilant atmosphere.

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Over 92% Of Teacher Union Members Agree With New Agreements

Over 92% Of Teacher Union Members Agree With New Agreements
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Over 92 percent of Malta Union of Teachers (MUT) members approved the new sectoral agreement, determining conditions for educators in state and church schools, as announced on Saturday.

Of the 2,462 eligible members, 2,108 voted, with 1,945 in favour, 163 against, and 35 abstentions. This concluded a year and a half of negotiations and preparatory work with members.

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Education Minister Clifton Grima highlighted the agreement’s substantial financial package, which surpasses previous remuneration increases for educators. Prime Minister Robert Abela also endorsed the agreement, stating that educators now have their best agreement ever.

The announcement follows the second draft agreement reached last week. A prior agreement in May was rejected by union members, leading to dissatisfaction and demands for better conditions.

The initial agreement proposed revised starting salaries for kindergarten teachers and learning support educators, quicker salary progression, a €1,000 one-off payment, and an additional €2,000 allowance for those with over 20 years of experience.

Basic salaries remained unchanged, with pay increases through allowances.

Negotiations included a one-day strike in November and threats of further industrial action in spring. The new agreement reflects extensive efforts to meet educators’ demands for improved conditions.

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