It is my pleasure to introduce Alex Grech who will be guest blogging here on Wired Malta for the next 48 hours. Alex runs StrategyWorks and Malta InsideOut a site about visiting, living and working in Malta. He's currently conducting PhD research on alternative models for social media networks.
Click here for the Christmas edition of the newsletter edited by Toni Sant on the new look aboutmalta.com:Il-Festi t-Tajba! This is the annual AboutMalta.com newsletter for Christmas. It is with great joy that for the eleventh consecutive Christmas I announce the various wonderful interactive features we’ve put together for all to enjoy during this festive season. We’ve been doing this since
Islands are like a magnet to those that have been away for a while, writes Alex Grech in maltainsideout, a website that shares knowledge and insights about life in Malta:It’s inevitable that there are more people of Maltese origin living away from Malta than on the islands. They’re increasing by the day, as young people maximise on the opportunities that an EU passport offers and leave in search
If John Dalli is perceived by too many anti-industry forces as a pro-industry Trojan horse at the very heart of EU health policy, he may not win the endorsement he needs from the European Parliament says Reflector, Pharm Exec Europe’s Brussels correspondent:John Dalli, the little-known nominee for the new post, may be about to prove the industry fears unfounded. The minister from Malta, who is
Nick Redmayne of The Telegraph is 'swiftly conquered' by the historical and cultural charm of Valletta:Mention Malta at a dinner party and eyes glaze over. Associations with mass tourism are ingrained – either as a fly-and-bop-till-you-drop centre for clubbers or a winter haunt for retired couples. It's true that despite the island's steadfast defiance in the face of Ottoman armies and the
Poitr Adamczyk, who played the part of Pope John Paul II spent three days in Malta shooting a Polish romantic comedy:..Contacted by telephone in Poland, Mr Adamczyk said that a week after he left Malta he was already yearning to be back. "I already miss Malta because during the days I spent there I was under the spell of its people and its beauty. "I didn't know the island had such a long and