Malta enjoys nearly 3,000 hours of sunshine in 2019

Malta was hotter and drier than average in 2019, according to weather experts. The Met Office in Luqa said there was no shortage of sunshine last year with the sun making an appearance for a 2,992 hours. The year started with a wetter-than-average January, which produced 99.8 mm of much-needed rain. February saw the year’s […]

12 Things we all heard on our first day back from the holidays

And there it is. In the blink of an eye, the holidays are over and we’re back at work or school. As we all come to the sad realisation that we’re back to the old routine and we’ve started to suffer from separation anxiety from our duvets, here are a few comments you will definitely […]

Gozo Channel ferry out of action for the next six weeks

Gozo Channel has taken one of its ferries out of action for the next six weeks. The MV Ta’ Pinu is in drydock ‘for routine maintenance works’. The ferry operator said that the ship would return to service on February 16. Gozo Channel‘s three other ferries, Gaudos, Malita and Nikolaos will cover trips between Mgarr […]

Brace yourselves: Malta might be experiencing more power-cuts in the coming days

After multiple nationwide power cuts in under a month, Enemalta have issued a statement that a survey conducted by the Polar King survey vessel identified the location of the damage on the interconnector cable between Malta and Sicily. “The footage of the survey conducted provides reasonable evidence that the cable was ruptured by an anchor, […]

Malta reacts to pineapple on pizza post

As 2020 starts to kick in slowly, we’re here to discuss one of the enigmas that has baffled boomers, millennials, and Gen Zers alike for the past decade … does pineapple go on pizza? While many will use their dying breath to state that throwing pineapple on pizza is a sacrilege and a half, pizzerias […]

Major roadworks begin from Mriehel to Ta’ Qali

Roadworks have started on the main road connecting Mriehel, Birkirkara, Balzan, Attard and Ta’ Qali. The €55 million upgrade will slash congestion, reduce pollution and increase safety, according to bosses at Malta’s roads agency. Infrastructure Malta posted on Facebook: ‘Today, we are starting Central Link Project, a €55 million upgrade of the arterial road corridor […]