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Malta signs deal for second offshore patrol vessel
The Armed Forces of Malta have signed a €35 million contract for the construction of a second purpose-built offshore patrol vessel that will be used in patrolling Malta’s territorial waters.
Activist group Il-Kenniesa will run the Malta marathon in aid of The Shift
Activist group Il-Kenniesa will again be running the Malta marathon in aid of The Shift and in defence of press freedom. This is the second year running the team will be tackling the challenge to raise awareness and funds for investigative journalism.
75-Year-Old Dad Accidentally Boards Wrong Plane and Flies 1,400 Miles to Malta
Pawel Lawreniuk, 75, accidentally got on the wrong flight on Jan. 6 while he was returning to his home in Poland after spending the Christmas holidays with his daughter in the U.K.
Ryanair Mistakenly Flies Elderly Man to Malta Instead of Poland
A real-life Home Alone scenario played out on a Ryanair flight from England to Malta earlier this month when an elderly man with a ticket to Gdansk, Poland was accidentally allowed to board.
Energy from Salt? – Adrienne Little, Malta, formerly of Google X
“It’s more about establishing an ecosystem of players” collaborating to make it a success. Energy storage is the single largest hurdle in transitioning to a 100% renewable energy economy, because of the intermittency issues in solar and wind energy in particular. That is, we want to capture and stor
Three things you need to know about Malta, the Google-incubated and Bill Gates-backed startup
This article is drawn from the Energy Weekly newsletter, running Thursdays. Subscribe here. The first full work week of 2019 is over! Before the year-end holidays, the energy press sizzled with headlines...
OK Group invests in prospective bank on the Blockchain Island of Malta
In Beijing, China on the 17th December, 2018 OK Blockchain Capital Limited became anchor investor in RnF Finance Limited. OK Blockchain Capital Limited, OK Group’s investment arm, announced that it is the anchor investor in RnF Finance Limited. RnF Finance Limited is a Maltese based company applying
75-year-old man boards wrong flight, ends up in Malta
A 75-year-old passenger found himself more than 1,000 miles away from his intended destination after he boarded the wrong flight. Pawl Lawrenuik was attempting to return to his home in Gdansk, Poland after he visited family in the United Kingdom for the holidays. Lawrenuik boarded a Ryanair flight a
7 Things We Do In Malta That Are Environmentally Disastrous And How To Make Them Better In 2019
From Paceville party leftovers, to fridges in the countryside, the Maltese environment tends to have quite the littering reputation. Lovin Malta has compiled a list of things that individuals and event organisers can do to avoid letting littering steal our island's beauty and charm.
Palumbo Superyachts Malta travel lift proceeds beyond expectations
The travel lift installed few months ago within the superyachts village proceeds beyond expectations. In addition to a high demand for maintenance and stopover from the yachts, several requests have been received from tugboats for haulage for scheduled maintenance. The first vessels on the travel li
Azerbaijan state oil company’s LNG supplies to Malta exceed obligations
Azerbaijan’s state oil company SOCAR announced that its supply of liquefied natural gas (LNG) to Malta last year exceeded contractual obligations, saying it sent an additional two LNG cargoes to the Island in 2018.
UNFORGETTABLE: A CONCERT BY TENOR NICO DARMANIN Coming To Malta 2/14 - 2/16
The Grand Salon is bringing UNFORGETTABLE: A CONCERT BY TENOR NICO DARMANIN to Malta from February 14th to 16th, 2019. Maltese tenor Nico Darmanin performs swing, jazz and big band classics in an unforgettable concert held inside the magnificent Grand Salon at the National Museum of Archaeology.
Ryanair Puts 75YO Passenger on Wrong Plane, Sends Him to Malta Instead of Gdansk
A 75-year-old Polish man who didn’t speak English ended up in the wrong country, about 1,000 miles from his intended destination – all because Ryanair staff didn’t bother to properly check his boarding pass and ended up put him on the wrong plane.
The big sell out #4: Putting the ‘global’ in Vitals Global Healthcare, off Malta’s back
When Vitals Global Healthcare (VGH) turned up in Malta, there was nothing ‘global’ to its name. Its hidden owners used payments by Maltese taxpayers to build a network of companies that would bid for similar projects in other countries – putting the ‘global’ in ‘Vitals Global Healthcare’. — Rather t
Survey Finds Doctors Are Failing Thyroid Disease Patients
The Verywell thyroid disease community has continually mentioned the lack of support they experience and the difficulty they have navigating the unhelpful information that exists both on and offline for their condition. With that, we surveyed 840 people with various forms of thyroid disease to help
X Factor Malta Judge Alex Alden Apologises For Her 'Out Of Order' Behaviour On Last Night's Show
X Factor Malta judge Alex Alden has taken to social media to apologise for her emotional comments made on last night's episode, comments which many felt to be unprofessional and out of place.
Check your passport NOW: No deal Brexit fears prompts this six month warning to travellers
An airline has urged people in the UK to check if their passports are valid for travel after Brexit. Hungary-based Wizz Air has written to customers to say that rules for travel to EU countries will change if the UK leaves the European Union without a deal on March 29.
Migrants: Muscat, Italy and Malta should be on the same side
(ANSAmed) - ROME, JANUARY 15 - Maltese Prime Minister Josep Muscat told Radio 24 that ''for years Italy and Malta asked to share the problem of migrants, I don't understand why Italy took a step back with the Global Compact - which means exactly this''.
Order of Malta on the ground at Panama WYD
Experienced medics and paramedics of the Sovreign Order of Malta as well as medical equipment and logistics will be in Panama for World Youth Day, making sure all goes well. Since the very first World Youth Day, back in 1984, the Sovreign Order of Malta has provided medical expertise, volunteers and
Vatican releases guidelines to help church fight human trafficking
VATICAN CITY (CNS) — The Vatican has created a set of pastoral guidelines to inspire and improve the church’s work in addressing the crime of human trafficking and the care of its victims worldwide.