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  • Teaching English is more than just a job for summer

    Teaching English is more than just a job for summer

    Malta’s increase in temperature and sunshine brings along with it an annual influx of foreign students who come to learn English, along with a whole lot of vacancies for jobs in the field. IELS, an English language school in Malta, is a good...

  • Website set up to promote Maltese service providers to overseas clients

    Website set up to promote Maltese service providers to overseas clients

    Consultmemalta.com has launched a new, user-friendly website aimed at high-net-worth clients overseas interested in Malta for business, retirement or to hold a special event on the island. The website aims to serve as a single port of call that...

  • Group partner isre-elected to Integra International board

    Group partner isre-elected to Integra International board

    David Borg, business advisory partner at Capstone Group, has been re-elected to serve on the Africa, Europe, India and the Middle East board of Integra International. Integra International was established in 1994 with the objective to create an...

  • BOV Joseph Calleja Foundation, MSV Life to offer art therapy

    BOV Joseph Calleja Foundation, MSV Life to offer art therapy

    Insurance company MSV Life has become a patron of the BOV Joseph Calleja Foundation. The foundation was set up by Bank of Valletta and world-renowned tenor Joseph Calleja two years ago with the objective of supporting talented young people to...

  • BOV welcomes Visa Europe delegation

    BOV welcomes Visa Europe delegation

    During his recent visit to Malta, Visa Europe CEO Nicolas Huss was welcomed to the House of the Four Winds in Valletta by Bank of Valletta CEO Charles Borg. Present for the meeting were Berna Ülman, executive director for southeastern Europe,...

  • eSports festival at MCC attracts visitors, sponsors

    eSports festival at MCC attracts visitors, sponsors

    Close to 600 people visited or played at this year’s Malta eSports Festival held at the Mediterranean Conference Centre, Valletta. Described as one of Malta’s biggest gaming events, it was held in an area of 700 square metres where talks, shows...

  • Budapest recruitment workshop

    Budapest recruitment workshop

    The annual Network Partner Workshop 2015 was held in Budapest, with the participation of countries like China, Turkey, South Africa and European countries, including Malta. The workshop was held with the aim to facilitate the exchange of ideas and...

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  • Mcast students with disabilities in visit to General Soft Drinks plant

    Mcast students with disabilities in visit to General Soft Drinks plant

    Ten Mcast students following the Pathway to Independent Living Programme recently visited the General Soft Drinks Co. Ltd plant in Marsa to get first-hand experience of a company renowned for bottling some of the world’s largest brands, like...

  • Car rental and consumer rights

    Car rental and consumer rights

    Consumer complaints related to car rentals have increased considerably in the past couple of years. The most common problems European consumers face in this sector usually concern vague or unclear terms and conditions and unplanned extra costs. A...

  • Investment seminar for beginners, intermediates

    Investment seminar for beginners, intermediates

    Financial services firm Calamatta Cuschieri hosted an investment seminar at the Grand Hotel Excelsior in Floriana, entitled ‘What you should know about equity investing’. The investment seminar, mainly aimed at beginners and intermediates, forms...

  • Malta Competition and Consumer Affairs Authority warning

    The Malta Competition and Consumer Affairs Authority has been notified about stairlifts (Acorn stairlifts), which may pose a risk to consumers as the seat post may detach from the main seat support and result in injuries. The stairlifts are...

  • Two Engel & Völkers Sara Grech agents among 10 world best rental agents

    Two Engel & Völkers Sara Grech agents among 10 world best rental agents

    Malta might be the smallest opera-ting country among the 39 countries in the Engel & Völkers network, but it certainly left a strong mark during the latest global event in Mallorca. The event brings together licensed partners from around the world...

  • MCCAA director general issues statement on liquid membrane

    The director general (Consumer Affairs) is issuing a public statement, in terms of Article 8 of the Consumer Affairs Act (Cap. 378), whereby the public is being informed that the advert of quality proofing liquid membrane, published in the Hotspot...

  • Foundation supports hedgehog conservation

    Foundation supports hedgehog conservation

    A joint Nature Trust Malta and HSBC Malta Foundation project aimed at safeguarding the existence of the protected mammals on the islands has managed to rescue 124 hedgehogs over the past six months. Sixty road signs have also been installed near...

  • Wedding dress sale query

    Q: I need some information regarding a deposit paid by my daughter on a wedding dress. Unfortunately, she has broken off the engagement and therefore decided to cancel the order of the dress. We knew that when cancelling the order we would...

  • German Q2 growth solid but quite unspectacular

    German Q2 growth solid but quite unspectacular

    German growth accelerated in the second quarter of 2015 but by less than expected, with foreign trade acting as a support and investment braking Europe’s largest economy. German gross domestic product (GDP) grew 0.4 per cent in the quarter between...

  • Italy posts weak growth while recovery stutters

    Italy’s economy grew slightly less than expected in the second quarter, data showed yesterday, as a weak recovery from three years of recession lost momentum. Gross domestic product rose 0.2 per cent, slowing compared with a 0.3 per cent increase...

  • Index turns negative by 0.44%

    The Malta Stock Exchange index failed to sustain the upward rally witnessed earlier in the week having ended the week down by 0.44 per cent, to close at 4,209.482 points. Total turnover for the week stood at €1.3m, spread over 18 equities of which...

  • World stocks set for weekly drop, bruised by yuan’s weakness

    Equities on world bourses were on track to end the week mostly lower at midsession yesterday, after China’s surprise currency devaluation on Tuesday. US stock indexes were little changed for the session, bond yields were slightly higher and the US...