• Malta Tourism Authority UK wins tourist board of the year again

    For the second year running, the Malta Tourism Authority, London Office has won the TTG Award for the UK's Tourist Board of the Year. This award is regarded as the most prestigious award in the UK travel industry and the highlight of the industry's calendar. It is held each year ...

  • An early 1970s season at the Schreiber SG

    In the 1970s, football in Malta went into decline. After the glorious years of the 1960s the game started to lose its sparkle and the attendances began to dwindle. In the first couple of seasons of the 1970s, however, the interest in the local game was still high and including in the ...

  • Air Malta must keep flying

    In a leader last month, this newspaper expressed the opinion that, in the ongoing efforts to save Air Malta, appeasing suppliers and unions should not come in the equation. It made the comment after sources close to the national carrier said the airline had “to fly below the radar of the ...

  • Today's front pages

    Good morning. Happy Independence Day. The following are the top stories in Malta's newspapers today. Times of Malta leads with yesterday's PN meeting on the Granaries, quoting PN leader Adrian Delia as saying he is not afraid of Prime Minister Joseph Muscat.  The Malta Independent says pilots see Air Malta's latest pay offer ...

  • METS: growth pillar for Medserv

    Medserv convened a meeting with financial analysts last week to provide additional details on the interim financial results published on August 23 and also to update the market on the current business pipeline as well as opportunities in the months and years ahead. Following the diversification strategy adopted in recent years, ...

  • Something’s gotta give

    Air Malta and the government have now put what they consider to be the best offer they can possibly make, without breaking the airline's back once and for all, on the table for its employees. But by the sounds of it, not all employees are immediately jumping aboard the new ...

  • ‘Election campaign begins on January 1’ – Adrian Delia

    PN leader Adrian Delia today expressed confidence the Nationalist could win the next general election, saying the party’s election campaign would begin on January 1. Addressing his first mass meeting in his new role during the PN’s Independence Day celebrations, Dr Delia said the PN would give the country back to ...

  • MIA share price reaches new 2017 high

    The equity price index extended yesterday’s decline of 0.72% by a further 0.03% to a fresh four-month low of 4,610.230 points. The lower share prices of GO (-2.1%) and BOV (-0.5%) outweighed the gains in MIA (+0.5%), RS2 (+2.1%) and MaltaPost (+4.2%). Meanwhile, HSBC and PG traded unchanged. Over 60% of ...

  • MTA's UK office wins travel trade award for second consecutive year

    For the second year running,the Malta Tourism Authority's London Office has won the Travel Trade Gazette Award for the UK’s Tourist Board of the Year. This award is regarded as the most prestigious in the UK travel industry and the highlight of the industry’s calendar. It is held each year at ...

  • Insurance entity Starr Companies to operate EU business from Malta

    Starr Companies, a US international insurance entity, will be implementing its commercial activities for the EU from Malta, the government said. It said this investment was sealed during a visit by the Prime Minister to the company’s offices in New York. Dr Muscat met the company officials for the first time last ...

  • Kate Adie: Keynote speaker at EY Malta’s annual attractiveness event

    The well-known BBC Chief News Correspondent Kate Adie is one of the keynote speakers at EY Malta's Annual Attractiveness Event to be held on 25 October at the InterContinental Arena Conference Centre.Widely regarded as Malta's largest business and investment forum, the annual event is expected to attract over 700 public ...

  • Pattern of silence: Parliamentary Secretary and OPM dodge hunting questions

    With six protected birds shot since the start of the hunting season, a potential reduction in punishment on illegal hunting activity, and a discussions concerning a hunters' petition which attempts to block any future referenda on the pastime gathering momentum, The Parliamentary Secretary for Animal Rights, Fisheries and Agriculture Clint ...

  • Update: Air Malta workers offered 20% salary increase over five year period

    Air Malta has offered an 18%-20% salary increase to workers staggered over a five-year period in a bid to save the airline while also securing the future of all employees.The rise would see Air Malta's payroll costs increase by €16 million, and in order to fund it, revenue would need ...