Expats Share What They Love The Most About Malta

One question on popular Facebook group Expats Malta led to hundreds of comments from people currently living in Malta, sharing what they love the most about this little island in the middle of the Mediterranean. “I really want to rekindle my love for Malta, which is slowly fading after nearly 2 years of living here. […]

Hello Malta, This is Vienna Calling! Ryanair Extends Vienna Route to Winter 2020

  This Winter you can channel your inner Maria von Trapp on Austrian Mountains, take in some of Europe’s gorgeous architecture or just relax in a cafe, in the heart of Vienna, as Ryanair announced a new winter route from Malta to Vienna, with a three-weekly service, as part of Ryanair’s Malta Winter 2020 schedule. […]

PLAN AHEAD: €10m Project to Upgrade Malta’s Main Tunnels To Start This Week

    Infrastructure Malta will be starting a €10 million project to upgrade the 4 main tunnels of Malta’s road network – Ta’ Giorni Tunnels, St Julian’s, Tal-Qroqq Tunnels, Msida, SantaVenera Tunnels and Kirkop Tunnels. Most works are taking place at night, 9pm to 5am, and on weekends (except Saturday mornings) and public holidays. Infrastructure […]

COVID-19: 12 New COVID-19 Cases Registered in the Past 24 Hours

  12 New Cases of COVID-19 have been registered in Malta after 1,615 tests which were carried out in the past 24 hours. This brings Malta’s total of Active Cases to 46. In today’s update, the Health Ministry said that 2 of today’s new cases for part of the cluster reported last Friday, 5 are […]

It’s Official! We Are All Getting An Extra Day Of Leave!

  After being announced as one of the measures in the 2020 Budget, it is now official – each worker has been given an increase of another eight hours of paid leave. This regulation was introduced by the Minister responsible for Employment and Industrial Relations Carmelo Abela, after consultation with the Employment Relations Board and […]

Phantom of the Opera Closes ‘Permanently’ on London’s West End

  Due to the ongoing restrictions in theatres in the UK, the second longest-running West End Show, The Phantom of the Opera, which originally opened in 1986, is set to close permanently. Producer Cameron Mackintosh said the show will not reopen at its London home, Her Majesty’s Theatre due to the financial impact of the […]