Seven environmental organisations to challenge ERA on Comino management
Seven environmental NGOs will be challenging a decision by
Industry sources say ITS skills pass is nothing but an ‘election gimmick’
Tourism industry insiders are describing the government’s latest initiative
Tourism spending down 2.3% despite 2023 record numbers
Major players in the tourism industry are increasingly worried
Government defies information commissioner order over Man United deal
The government has defied an order of the Information
Abela hits panic button amid overpopulation woes
Prime Minister Robert Abela has ordered a number of
Air Malta taking bookings for flights that will never take off
Although it will be closed down, Air Malta, the
Maltese tourism minister poses with Saudi counterpart days before anniversary of Khashoggi death
A Maltese minister visited Saudi Arabia, posing for photos
‘Super CEO’ takes wife on free cruise offered by ITS clients
Pierre Fenech – the CEO of the government’s Institute
Modern EU-funded Valletta tourist attraction remains closed for over a year
Culture Minister Owen Bonnici and Heritage Malta, the government
Lawless roads and random lead
The Canadian government has enraged the ‘go back to
Holidays in hell
I’ll always remember my first visit to Comino. Don’t
When the government says a balance has been struck, you may be sure someone has lost out
Prime Minister Robert Abela said on Sunday that ‘a
Boutique hotel owners ‘exhausted’ by prolonged road works saga devastating their business
Traditional Maltese balconies grace the facade of a beautiful
Corinthia Hal-Ferh deal under scrutiny over potential illegal state aid
National and EU authorities are looking into the potential
Tourism minister’s entourage gets VIP treatment at Old Trafford
Tourism Minister Clayton Bartolo has posted pictures of himself
The sound of doors slamming shut
What must it be like to be Clyde Caruana,
As mayor plans for Senglea to be official cruise port of call, activists raise concerns
Activists and residents are concerned about the Senglea mayor’s
COVID-19 strikes a deadly blow for local language school
The COVID-19 pandemic has forced language schools into a
Deputy PN leader Robert Arrigo partnering with mass event organisers
Deputy PN leader and businessman Robert Arrigo stands to
Same individuals getting MTA funds for summer parties, amid health concerns
The article has been updated following the cancellation of
Corinthia still to determine how many residences it will build in Għajn Tuffieħa
In a possible change to an earlier agreement, the
Event organisers complaining about abuse of public funds ‘jealous’ – Gulia
Malta Tourism Authority chairman Gavin Gulia was bombarded by
Architects sound warning on changes to Ħal Ferħ development brief
As the wheels have been set in motion to
VistaJet: Nothing much to show for €4.5 million of taxpayer money
A raft of documents submitted to parliament by the
Would the last foreigner leaving Malta please turn out the lights?
Silvio Schembri sparked a wave of outrage this week
S&P warns of dark clouds ahead, government blames Covid-19
Ratings agency Standard and Poor’s (S&P) on 13 March
Tourism in the Concrete Age
You know what tourists don’t like? Paying for an
Another hot, crowded summer
For most people, Sette Giugno is a holiday. It
Make tourism great again
Chopping down trees, pouring concrete straight into the sea,
Rethinking tourism
Tourist numbers continue to grow as do calls for

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