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  • Top Harley-Davidson consultant visits Fapi Motors

    Fapi Motors welcomed one of Harley-Davidson’s top consultants, Paul Stephenson, to its showroom in Attard. Mr Stephenson has been working for the motor company for an impressive number of years, showing his expertise on all things Harley. He has...

  • From ABC to PhD: JAYE Malta turns 30

    From ABC to PhD: JAYE Malta turns 30

    Over the past 30 years, Junior Achievement Young Enterprise Malta Foundation (formerly known as Young Enterprise) has revolutionised the world of entrepreneurial non-formal education. Since being founded in 1988, more than 7,000 students have...

  • New appointment at Temptasian

    New appointment at Temptasian

    Temptasian Restaurant, which offers a fusion of Asian cuisines, recently announced the appointment of Alan Warren Cefai as its new restaurant manager. Mr Cefai started off his career in the catering industry 24 years ago as a chef. He has since...

  • Zero deposit on SsangYong cars

    SsangYong Malta is currently offering a zero deposit offer, as well as other promotions on purchase of its vehicles. This offer is the third by the brand this year. The company’s first advertised offer, which is still available, is one which...

  • Annual Tax Conference

    Annual Tax Conference

    The Malta Institute of Taxation held its Annual Tax Conference at the Radisson Blu Golden Sands Resort & Spa, Għajn Tuffieħa. The theme of this year’s conference was ‘That was then… This is now!’ As explained by Conrad Cassar Torregiani, the...

  • McDonald’s holds annual McHappy Day fundraiser in aid of RMHC

    McDonald’s holds annual McHappy Day fundraiser in aid of RMHC

    McDonald’s has been celebrating McHappy Day, its annual fundraising campaign in aid of the Ronald McDonald House Charities (Malta). The campaign encourages customers to donate silver and notes in the coin boxes in all restaurants. Various local...

  • The wave that turned into a ripple: the story of the US midterms

    The stage was set – the battling cries of the Republican and Democratic parties have been drummed into the ears of the American voters, at the sound of millions of dollars of campaign ads, and grassroots activism. Lots of talk about mobilising the...

  • Putting the ‘Y’ in Gucci

    Putting the ‘Y’ in Gucci

    In 2018, under Alessandro Michele’s unconventional direction, the Gucci Cruise Collection took an interesting turn. The level of recognition and reverence that Gucci has reached as a brand is seldom matched by other brands in the same echelon.

  • Design talk by world-renowned architect

    Architecture Alive is a series of stimulating design talks by world-renowned architects that is being hosted every two to three months in Malta. The project is hosted by local architectural and urban design firm studjurban and the Planning...

  • European markets bounce as euro dragged lower

    European stock markets rose yesterday after a volatile week in which company earnings and growth worries hit stocks, although the euro sank after weaker-than-expected business surveys from Germany and the eurozone. Italian stocks led the bounce in...

  • Medserv share price extends positive run

    Medserv share price extends positive run

    The MSE Equity Price Index dropped by 0.15% on Friday to 4,480.486 points, mostly driven by the declines in IHI and MIA whilst PG, Trident and Medserv all trended higher. Activity was encouraging as trading volumes improved to €0.35 million,...

  • Inflation down

    Inflation down

    The annual rate of inflation as measured by the Retail Price Index was 1.62% in October, down from 1.64 per cent% in September. The National Statistics Office said the 12-month moving average rate was 1.11%. The largest upward impact on annual...

  • Budget for the eurozone

    Budget for the eurozone

    Last week the finance ministers of France and Germany agreed to put forward a proposal that the eurozone should have its own budget in place by 2021, with enough resources that would enable the countries that have adopted the single currency to...

  • Elderly home opens in Sliema

    Elderly home opens in Sliema

    Casa Marija is the newest CareMalta home, situated in the heart of Sliema. As with other CareMalta homes, Casa Marija will strive to offer the best care possible to its residents. All potential residents are invited to attend an orientation visit...

  • New appointment at APS Bank

    New appointment at APS Bank

    Giovanni Bartolotta has been appointed chief risk officer at APS Bank, taking overall responsibility for leading the bank’s risk and compliance functions both of which have seen significant development in recent years.  Bartolotta, an Italian...

  • Atlas clean-up at White Tower

    Atlas clean-up at White Tower

    Two groups of Atlas staff recently left the office behind to spend two afternoons clearing up the ditch area at the White Tower at L-Aħrax tal-Mellieħa. This was the second clean-up at the Tower by Atlas staff, with the first clean-up taking place...

  • Award of major contract in South America

    Medserv has announced the company has been awarded a shore base contract valued at $30.6 million in a new geographical market. The contract is for a period of 15 months commencing January 1, providing nearshore logistics support to Staatsolie...

  • Failed tech reboot hits stocks, pound cheers Brexit progress

    Europe's share markets fell back into the red yesterday, as investor worries about slowing global growth in the face of rising US interest rates and trade tensions outweighed crucial Brexit progress. Chinese markets had extended their slump in...

  • Signs of life in the Eurozone?

    Signs of life in the Eurozone?

    Eurozone finance ministers met again last Monday to debate possible measures for additional integration in the Eurozone. On the agenda of the second half of 2017, the deepening of the monetary union was a priority after Emmanuel Macron had won the...

  • Revocation of EU trademarks

    The rights of the owner of an EU trademark can be revoked if the mark has become a common name even if in only one member state, the General Court has recently affirmed. EU law makes provision for a number of exclusive rights which a trademark...