The Minister for the Environment, Sustainable Development and Climate Change Leo Brincat, on car free day, opted to rent a coach for himself and his secretariat. Whilst carpooling is a good solution to the reduction of cars on our streets it also shows the lack of faith in Malta’s public transport system. If the Minister… Read More »
As banks start demanding 100K balances in expat offshore accounts, Michael Lavin of Hollingsworth International Financial Services looks at the options.
Toni Sant presents the 394th in a series of podcasts featuring music by performers in or from Malta. Artists featured in this podcast:
# Melbourne Ska Orchestra
# Thea Saliba
# Cable 35
Gordon Brown’s last minute appeal for Scottish voters to vote “No” in the referendum was the highlight of the campaign for me. It was not just that he seemed ever so passionate about the affair but also the reasoning that he gave as to why it was really “Better Together” that struck home home hard. Underlying […]
The festivities have begun in full earnest and Malta is soon to be proclaimed a 50 year old independent state. With the 50th anniversary we also get the reopening of the silly season. There’s a “let’s all love each other” approach by the two main parties – each proclaiming some kind of goodwill about what […]