“Just Because I’m A Hairdresser, Doesn’t Mean I’m Immune To The Virus!!”

The COVID-19 pandemic has forced various establishments to close, but for some reason, the Maltese population seems to find the lack of access to hairdressers to be, perhaps, one of the most distressing. Over the past couple of days, Health Minister Fearne and Prof Charmaine Gauci were both asked whether it is illegal for hairdressers […]

Getting Your Car Serviced? You Can Get It Washed and Sanitised For Free Too!

Never has it been so important for us to look out for ourselves, our friends, our families. Businesses all over the island have been extending their services to keep everyone across Malta safe, just so we can get back to a sense of normality as soon as we possibly can. With this in mind, Burmarrad […]

COVID-19: Flight Suspension Extended To 31 May 2020

  In a notice to pilots, the Superintendent of Public Health, Professor Charmaine Gauci announced that the flight ban, which was first introduced in March would remain in force until at least May 31. This ban applies to all incoming and outgoing flights, with the exception of humanitarian flights, repatriation flights and cargo flights.  

COVID-19: 12 Persons Recovered, 2 New Cases In The Past 24 Hours

  In today’s COVID-19 Update, the Superintendent of Public Health, Prof Charmaine Gauci announced that after 1,253 tests which were carried out in the past 24 hours, 2 New Cases of Coronavirus have been confirmed, whilst 12 persons have recovered. This brings the total of cases in Malta to 465, with 351 persons who have […]

IN PICTURES: Senglea Artist Recreates his City’s Most-Known Landmark

  Robert Zammit, is a self-taught carpenter who started creating models of known Maltese landmarks as a hobby following his full-time job as an AFM Soldier. Cut to a few years later, and Robert has created some of the best models we have ever seen, including this one we are sharing with you today of […]

“Psychological Support is Being Made Available to All Healthcare Frontliners during These Challenging Times” – Mental Health Commissioner John Cachia on Bay Chats

  During last Tuesday’s edition of Bay Chats with Drew and Noel, the Mental Health Commissioner, Dr John M Cachia spoke about what psychological support is given to the healthcare frontliners during these challenging times, whilst also stating that his Office underwent an Operational Review to ensure continuity to people within our society who suffer […]