Helena Grech - 18th July 2019

The group was named the most sustainable retailer by the Dow Jones sustainability index from 2016 to 2018, and is owned by Spain’s richest man, Amancio Ortega.

Helena Grech - 17th July 2019

“I was very humbled to think that such exciting challenges could come along at the age of 60,” Ms Macdonald remarked of her new position.

Helena Grech - 17th July 2019

The news has raised eyebrows in scientific circles, with media reports describing the project as resembling science fiction, as well as being over-ambitious.

Helena Grech - 16th July 2019

In total, the number of vehicles which crossed between Malta and Gozo during the second quarter of 2019 stood at 454,818.

Helena Grech - 16th July 2019

Asked whether the name ‘Mriehel’ exists anymore, a government spokesperson clarified that “Mriehel was never a locality, it was just a name for an industrial area.”


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Helena Grech - 13th July 2019

After 10 years in business, E&S Head of Legal Anton Mifsud speaks of brain-drain challenges on the island, despite having an optimistic outlook thanks to newly introduced laws regulating blockchain.

Helena Grech - 12th July 2019

HSBC employs around 235,000 globally – the equivalent of Malta’s workforce, said Executive Director and Head of Business Development Michel Cordina, highlighting the potential to connect businesses on an international scale.

12th July 2019

Mr Debono brings a wealth of banking experience to the Bank, having occupied various senior roles within the financial services industry for over 20 years.

12th July 2019

The island registered the largest population growth out of all EU member states, at 36.8 per 1,000 residents, with one in every seven people in Malta being a foreigner.

11th July 2019

The Malta Chamber provided Mr Brincat with feedback about the limitations and pitfalls of EFSI on behalf of the local business community.