“Kliem ix-xih, zomm fih!” – All the useful things our nanniet taught us


Our nanniet aren’t always the easiest people to deal with, granted, but no one can question their vast experience of life and devalue their opinion on important life matters. Here are some useful things our nanniet taught us … “Kul ha tikber!” The most synonymous phrase associated with Maltese nannas is “Kul ha tikber!”; “eat […]

Everyone in Malta is Watching the Chernobyl Series, and Here’s Why!


On the 26th April 1986 the No. 4 nuclear reactor in the Chernobyl Nuclear Power Plant exploded. This is what inspired Craig Mazin to create the miniseries that everyone is talking about. Here are 5 reasons why everyone in Malta is hooked on Chernobyl: 1.     TRYING TO SAVE THE WORLD Even though the story of […]

9 Sustainable Swaps to Help Reduce Plastic Consumption

Malta environment

One of the biggest challenges the world is facing today is plastic pollution, and whilst many may think it’s expensive or inconvenient to change little things in their daily routine – it really isn’t. It’s not hard to be eco-friendly…there are TONS of affordable sustainable swaps that help reduce our plastic footprint, and here are […]

Nora Quoirin’s ‘heartbroken’ family pay tribute to teenager

The family of Nora Quoirin say their ‘hearts are broken’ after the teenager’s body was found in Malaysia. In an emotional statement, the devastated family also offered their thanks to those involved in the search for the 15-year-old. A post-mortem is due to take place on Wednesday to determine Nora’s cause of death. Nora’s body […]

16 astonishing pictures of Malta life in the 1950s

Malta in the 1950s was the heyday of the baby boomers. There was no longer rationing post war and the island fortress was undergoing huge social and economic change. A new Queen was in charge of the British Empire who was vibrantly popular and hope hung in the air for a new era. It was […]