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  • Health and physical activity programme for children

    Health and physical activity programme for children

    As part of its ongoing initiatives to support local philanthropic causes, Frank Salt Real Estate sponsored a group of 45 primary school children aged seven to eight from St Margaret College in Senglea to attend an educational programme at...

  • Riding stripped bare: the Iron 1200

    Riding stripped bare: the Iron 1200

    As part of its commitment to release 100 new models by 2027, Harley-Davidson’s Iron 1200 is considered to be a modern take on what’s been putting grins on Sportster riders’ faces for years. Forming part of the Sportster range, this is a bike that...

  • Thinking ahead for your next pizza order

    Thinking ahead for your next pizza order

    Last month saw a campaign being launched on the Domino’s Malta Facebook page to encourage more people to make use of the time ordering concept. The message was sent to the public via an engaging animation created by FKL, Famalco Group’s in-house...

  • International business coach in Malta for real estate industry public event

    International business coach in Malta for real estate industry public event

    Remax Malta will welcome internationally-acclaimed training coach and guest speaker Richard Robbins in May for a public event about working in the real estate industry. Open to anyone interested in working with Remax  and in the real estate...

  • MMH appoints new CEO

    MMH appoints new CEO

    Joseph Maggi has assumed the role of CEO of the MMH Group of Companies. MMH chairman Paul Abela said: “The appointment of Joseph Maggi is motivated by his dedication and competence which, coupled with the fact that he is my son-in law, further...

  • A company with a green heart

    A company with a green heart

    The Maltese may be puzzled when seeing a bunch of eco-friendly cars cruising the streets of Malta, wondering what type of car they are driving. Smarter Car Rentals started operating on May 1 with a modern, innovative concept by hiring the...

  • Towards a new cultural policy

    Towards a new cultural policy

    In the coming weeks, the Culture Directorate within the Ministry for Justice, Culture and Local Government will give start to 10 stakeholders meetings. The aim of each meeting is to discuss, analyse and evaluate how the Malta Arts Council would...

  • Vassallo Group celebrates cultural diversity

    Vassallo Group celebrates cultural diversity

    Vassallo Group has organised a cultural diversity day within the group for the second consecutive year after last year’s positive feedback and turnout. With the group employing individuals of over 50 nationalities, this event was much appreciated...

  • Third edition of iGaming Idol event launched

    Third edition of iGaming Idol event launched

    The third edition of the ‘iGaming Idol’ event, which recognises and rewards high-achieving employees from across the global gaming industry, was launched recently. The gala awards evening will be held at the Intercontinental on September...

  • Leader of the Opposition visits Farsons Brewery

    Leader of the Opposition visits Farsons Brewery

    Over the last 10 years, Farsons has invested just over €100 million in new facilities to ensure that the company remains competitive, and to grow its business in Malta and other markets. Farsons Group chairman Louis Farrugia was speaking during a...

  • Government stocks show mixed results

    The MSE Equity Total Return Index fell by 0.41 per cent this week, closing at 8,436.141 points giving back some of  last week’s advancement. A total of 20 equities were active, as gainers and fallers were balanced at seven apiece. Total turnover...

  • Ryan sets May 17 deadline for Nafta trade deal

    Ryan sets May 17 deadline for Nafta trade deal

    US House Speaker Paul Ryan has set a May 17 deadline to be notified of a new Nafta trade deal to give the current Congress a chance of passing it, while Mexico’s top trade official on Thursday said time was running short to meet such a...

  • Dollar eases, stocks climb amid benign US inflation

    The US dollar eased yesterday while an index of world stock markets gained and was poised for its best week since early March, as moderate inflation eased worries over a faster pace of US interest rate hikes and boosted risk appetite. The dollar...

  • Emirates Group announces 2017-2018 results

    Emirates Group announces 2017-2018 results

    The Emirates Group has announced its 30th consecutive year of profit and steady business expansion. Released in its 2017-2018 annual report, the Emirates Group posted a profit of US$ 1.1 billion for the financial year ended March 31, 2018, up 67...

  • Nestlé falls behind as millennials warm up to frozen meals

    Nestlé falls behind as millennials warm up to frozen meals

    At Nestlé’s $50 million research centre outside Cleveland, food technicians and packaging experts set out three years ago to remake its frozen food line-up and appeal more to busy, health-conscious adults in their 20s and 30s. Nestlé may have...

  • Ariadne Capital has investment license withdrawn by MFSA

    Ariadne Capital has investment license withdrawn by MFSA

    A high-profile American entrepreneur’s company has had its investment license suspended by Malta’s financial regulator, with the Malta Financial Services Authority highlighting multiple “serious breaches” it has committed. Julie Meyer’s investment...

  • The recent exodus from emerging market credit

    The recent exodus from emerging market credit

    To the surprise of many, or of the few, over the past days, those assets which a few days ago were considered to be the winners are now the remarkable losers. I am referring to emerging market (EM) credit that recently was hammered by primarily a...

  • A look into the future

    A look into the future

    A great deal has been written and said about climate change and its potential effects. Special interest lobbies are certainly pulling the strings on this issue. In any case there are so many divergent views on the matter that one really wonders...

  • BoE to wait out soft data as it eyes next rate rise

    The Bank of England held interest rates steady yesterday and said weak growth during a snowy start to 2018 was likely to be only temporary, but it wanted to see a pick-up in the economy in the next few months before raising borrowing costs. In...

  • BT to cut 13,000 jobs as it seeks to revive growth

    BT to cut 13,000 jobs as it seeks to revive growth

    BT will cut 13,000 managerial and back-office jobs and move to a smaller London base in the latest attempt by the boss of Britain’s biggest telecoms group to rebuild from an accounting scandal and multiple pressures on its business. Chief...