According To Maltese Law, This Is What You Cannot Name Your Baby

I think we all remember the Dnegel incident that was on literally every Maltese person’s lips early last year … Picking a name for your child is a huge responsibility – one that should not be taken lightly, and people at the Malta Publc Registry know this well – which is why they have a […]

Her Majesty The Queen Awards Swimming Hero Neil Agius With Point Of Light Award

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II has presented Neil Agius with the Commonwealth Point Of Light honour, in light of his work and dedication towards promoting plastic-free seas. The Points of Light awards recognise outstanding volunteers every day of the week – people whose service is making a difference in their communities and whose story can […]

America To Have Their Own Version Of The ‘Eurovision Song Contest’

Our hearts (well, mine definitely did) broke at the announcement that the Eurovision Song Contest was cancelled for the year 2020. But it would seem that the Eurovision Gods plan on repaying us for the Eurovision-less year, with a double version of the Eurovision for 2021 … kind of. Every year, the Eurovision song contest […]

Two New Swab Test Centres To Open In Malta Next Week

As it stands, Malta currently has 4 swab test centres, specifically meant to test people for the COVID-19 virus that entered our shores a few months ago. We currently have one at Pembroke, one at Luqa, one at Mater Dei Hospital (for health care professionals) and one in Xewkija, Gozo. During a press conference held […]

WATCH: Box Jellyfish Spotted In Msida

Aaah, the sound of summer. You’re swimming, minding your own business, when all of a sudden you hear: “Aaaaaah, brama”, and attempt to swim to the shore, at the speed of sound, before the little booger gets to you. I think we can collectively agree, as a nation that enjoys a fair amount of sea […]