MaltaPost suspends China Postal Services

Following several airlines postponing flights to China in light of the coronavirus outbreak, MaltaPost has suspended its postal service to China with immediate effect. The suspension will continue until further notice from MaltaPost themselves. Several airlines have announced suspending flights to China due to the coronavirus outbreak that has so far taken 1,800 lives, around […]

Malta takes a vote: Is it rude to recline your airplane seat?

Let your mind paint you a quick little picture. You’re sitting calmly in your airplane seat, on your way to exploring a new (or already visited) destination. All of a sudden, the seat in front of you starts getting closer, and closer, until it’s a little bit too close for comfort to be honest. Your […]

Only 13% of Malta’s Population Chooses to Travel by Bus

Compared to a survey conducted in August of 2019 by a local newspaper source, less people are now opting to travel around Malta by bus. Despite students and the elderly being able to use public transport, free of charge, only 13.6% of the people asked chose to travel by public transport compared to the 16.8% […]

Ben Camille’s Advice to Cyber-Bullying Victims

Following the sudden and sad death of Love Island and X Factor UK host Caroline Flack, which was partly fueled by a string of online hate-comments, X Factor Malta host and actor Ben Camille uploaded a string of Instagram stories to raise awareness about the dangers of cyber-bullying. This morning Ben spoke to Bay and […]

EXCLUSIVE: This is what Malta’s New Fast Ferries Will Look Like!

A photo which we came across on social media yesterday got us curious – and you know how it is – curiosity kills the cat. The photo with Malta branding is of a passenger ferry boat moored in Southampton, ready to leave port and sail to where the branding states – MALTA. Produced by East-Cowes […]