Malta visitor numbers soar by 10% in nine months

Malta is on course to set a new tourism record in 2018. During the first nine months of the year, more than 1.5 million guests visited Malta – a rise of 9.8 per cent over the same period in 2017. The number of holidaymakers visiting Malta during July, August and September also experienced a dramatic […]

Malta business chiefs welcomes Theresa May’s Brexit deal

Maltese business leaders have welcomed the EU decision to back Theresa May’s Brexit deal. Studies show Malta is likely to be one of the hardest hit nations by Britain’s decision to leave the European Union next year. The UK has been Malta’s strongest ally around the EU negotiating table for years. Meanwhile, Maltese students wanting […]

Malta’s Marija Elena Borg makes Malta proud

Marija Elena Borg is one to watch for the future. The 24-year-old has made Malta proud after winning a top European essay-writing competition. Marija Elena, who is an EU funding expert at the Malta Business Bureau in Valletta, beat more than 80 young people from across the EU to win the top prize. She successfully pitched […]

UK insurance firm moves to Malta ahead of Brexit

Another UK financial services company its moving to Malta ahead of Brexit. Independent insurance firm Robus Group has opened its new office in San Gwann in preparation for Britain leaving the EU in March next year. The new base will allow Robus to offer British customers uninterrupted access to the European Single Market. Licensed by the […]

How well do you know Malta from the air?

Malta’s beauty has been captured in a new series of stunning aerial photographs. The images are the perfect way to see Malta’s landmarks from a unique perspective. The pictures looking down on Malta were snapped by photographer Harri Itkonen. He told 89.7 Bay: ‘These are not drone photographs. ‘I actually took these with my trusty […]

McCarthy re-appointed Republic of Ireland manager

Mick McCarthy has been reappointed as Republic of Ireland manager on a two-year contract. McCarthy, who previously left the role in the wake of the 2002 World Cup, has been tasked with securing qualification for Euro 2020 – when four games will be held in Dublin. He replaces former Celtic boss Martin O’Neill who was sacked after […]