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The Exterminator’s DIY Pest Control Kit is Malta’s number one summer essential

The Exterminator's DIY Pest Control Kit is Malta's number one summer essential
Apr 20 2023 Share

Are you tired of creepy crawlies invading your space and causing chaos? Look no further than The Exterminator’s DIY Pest Control Kit.

This Maltese pest control brand has created the ultimate solution to your insect infestation woes, with a kit specially-designed for crawling insects such as cockroaches, ants, and centipedes. With its easy-to-use application bag and potent pesticide concentrate, you’ll be able to rid your home of these pesky pests in no time – and it’s even pet friendly!

But that’s not all – The Exterminator has also included an electronic spray gun to make application even easier and more efficient. No need to worry about messy sprays or wasting product.

And for those pesky oriental hornets, The Exterminator has you covered with their hornet trap. Available as just the trap or with a 250ml hornet bait, this trap will keep those hornets at bay and away from your home. You can also secure yourself a fly trap in two sizes – small and extra large, so you can say goodbye to annoying flies buzzing around your space.

Don’t wait until your home is overrun with insects – take control with The Exterminator DIY Pest Control Kit. Order now and enjoy a bug-free home!

All products can be bought from their website and delivered or available for pick up, or they can be bought directly from their offices in Naxxar.

Send this to someone who is afraid of creepy crawlies.

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315 Air Malta workers given collective €60,836,332 in severance packages

315 Air Malta workers given collective €60,836,332 in severance packages
Apr 20 2023 Share

Responding to parliamentary questions by Nationalist MP Ivan Castillo, Finance Minister Clyde Caruana revealed that 351 Air Malta workers were collectively given €60,836,332 in severance packages by the government. 

They were handed the severance packages either under the voluntary redundancy scheme or the early retirement scheme. 

Castillo was asking about how many workers benefitted from the severance package which was proposed by the government in 2022. 

This came after the government revealed in January of 2022 that, as part of a restructuring effort, it would establish a voluntary staff transfer program to reduce Air Malta’s personnel by half. The government also intended to save €15 million annually on pay. 

€40,000 was offered to those served up to five years; €80,000 to those serving 5 to 10 years; €120,000 for 10 to 15 years; €150,000 for 15-20 years; €180,000 for 20-25 years; €210,000 for 25-30; and €240,000 for those with over 30 years of service. 

This also comes after Air Malta Chairman David Curmi revealed to Times of Malta that the new national airline would be set up by the end of this year. 

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Man grievously injured after argument in Isla

Man grievously injured after argument in Isla
Apr 20 2023 Share

Yesterday, at around 1515hrs, police were informed that their assistance was needed in Triq il-Ħabs l-Antik, l-Isla. 

Preliminary investigations indicated that an argument had broken out between a 41-year-old Bormla resident, a 43-year-old man from Isla and a 41-year-old woman from the same locality. 

During the argument the 41-year-old man suffered some injuries and was taken to Mater Dei Hospital for further care. Hours later, he was certified as having suffered grievous injuries. 

Police investigations are ongoing. 

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First actor with Down’s Syndrome to land historic Disney role

First actor with Down's Syndrome to land historic Disney role
Apr 20 2023 Share

Peter Pan & Wendy star Noah Matthews Matofsky has just made history by becoming the first actor with Down’s syndrome to land a major Disney feature film role. 

The 15-year-old actor will be portraying Slightly, one of Peter Pan’s Lost Boys, and shared his excitement on social media.

A schoolboy from West Sussex, Southern England, Matthews Matofsky heard that Disney was holding auditions for a new live-action Peter Pan film. Sending his audition tape, he was invited to meet with director David Lowery and shortly after that, found himself off to Vancouver for six months to film with the cast. 

The actor also highlighted one of the kind gestures performed by veteran actor Jude Law, who will be playing pirate captain Jude Law. The older actor hired an ice cream van and served kids ice cream himself whilst on set. 

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