Another 12,000 cars join the traffic on Malta’s roads

The number of cars, vans and lorries on Malta’s roads has reached a new record high. New figures show that 397,508 vehicles were registered in Malta by the end of last year, a increase of 12,000 compared to 2018. The National Office of Statistics in Valletta said 77% were passenger cars, 18% were commercial vehicles […]

Lidl Supermarket warns customers about fake voucher scam

A few years ago, Lidl Ireland issued a warning through their Facebook page, informing customers about a recent fake scam preying on shoppers. The supermarket brand slammed the supposed promotion which says customers could win €750 worth of vouchers. The scam is now doing the rounds with Maltese Facebook users, with many people receiving the […]

Ferries could soon be running from Malta’s Balluta Bay

Ferries could soon be operating from Balluta Bay in St Julian’s. A proposal to build a jetty in the bay will be decided by planning chiefs next week. The application would allow Marsamxetto Steamferry Services to run a hop-on, hop-off ferry from St Julian’s. The company already operates ferry services between Valletta, Sliema and Cospicua. […]

Disused road in Msida becomes new green area

A disused road in Msida has been transformed into a green area with 460 new indigenous trees. The grove was formed on land previously occupied by a slip road connecting Regional Road and Msida Valley Road. This slip road, the site of numerous serious car accidents in the past, was cut off from the network […]

Maltese modeller brilliantly recreates Valletta’s ‘lost gem’

With its stunning architecture, it was once of one of the most beautiful buildings in Malta. Things changed in 1942, when the majestic Theatre Royal in Valletta was devastated during a wartime air raid. But now one of Malta’s most talented model makers has recreated the iconic building’s glory days in miniature. Robert Zammit from […]