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‘godless, TIMELESS, GODWINESSS’ – Exhibition in Gozo by Godwin Cutajar

The exhibition ‘godless, TIMELESS, GODWINESSS,’ by Godwin Cutajar and supported by the Gozo Cultural Council and the Ministry for Gozo, is currently taking place at the Banca Giuratale foyer in Victoria, Gozo. The main theme of this exhibition is one horizontal painting at the centre of the hall. This painting has no upper, lower, left […]
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Seven new Assistant Police Commissioners appointed in ceremony

Seven new have been appointed during a ceremony held at the Police General Headquarters, on Wednesday. The newly appointed Assistant Commissioners are: Dr Mario Spiteri, Mr Norbert Ciappara, Mr Laurence Cutajar, Mr Carmelo Magri, Mr Silvio Valletta, Mr Martin Sammut and Mr Stephen Gatt. The Ministry for Home Affairs and National Security Dr Emanuel Mallia […]
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We need to watch out against more one size fits all policies, says Sant

Former Prime Minister and MEP Candidate Alfred Sant said that “in the coming years, extensive changes could be happening in the European Union which will raise both threats and opportunities to Maltese society. They will cover issues relating to the government budget, taxation, industry and enivornment, as well as immigration.” Sant, speaking at a social […]
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Kercem Ajax’s Petar Kyumyurdzhiev is BOV Gozo Player of the Month

Kercem Ajax defender Petar Kyumyurdzhiev has been voted as the BOV-Gozo Football Association Player of the Month for January 2014. Petar registered excellent performances in the Gozo First Division League in Ajax’s 4-0 victory over Oratory Youths as well as the goalless draw against reigning champions Nadur Youngsters FC. In the latter match, not only […]
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University of Malta Summer School on the Knights of St John

The University of Malta Summer School on the Knights of St John, is being held between the 9th and 20th June 2014, at the University of Malta Valletta Campus, and comprises an intensive two-week programme of classroom and on-site lectures, seminars and workshops that will be delivered by leading scholars in the feld. The summer […]
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Passenger movements at MIA up by 11.2% in January

Malta International Airport saw a passenger increase of 11.2 per cent in January, over the same period last year, thanks to added capacity and a consistently positive seat load factor, which went up by 0.3 percentage points, the airport announced today. It said that traffic from the UK grew by 6.2 per cent, thanks to […]
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‘ROOTS’ – Artworks by Gozo College Boys’ Secondary School students

‘ROOTS’ is the title of an exhibition which consists of various artworks by art students attending the Gozo College Boys’ Secondary School in Victoria. The exhibition has been organsed by the School’s Art Teachers – Christopher Saliba, Martin Attard and Paul Grech. ‘ROOTS’ is open to the public until Friday, the 21st of February at […]
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MZPN will “continue to defend Maltese & Gozitan students’ interests”

Moviment Zghazagh Partit Nazzjonalista Gozo said in a statement today that it “notes with grave concern the latest developments with regards to the stipend of Sir M.A. Refalo Sixth Form students.” “It is indeed a shame that an initiative taken by a number of students trying to express their concern was met by criticism and […]
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Gozo Channel morning ferry trips every 30 minutes on Tuesday

Gozo Channel has advised that on Tuesday, the 11th of February, the morning trips will be every 30 minutes i.e. at 06:00, 06:30, 07:00 and 07:30 from Mgarr and at 06:30, 07:00 and 07:30 from Cirkewwa. Other trips will be performed according to the published schedule, Gozo Channel said. Photograph – Alain Salvary
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Sheep population in Gozo & Comino down 7.2%, goats down 0.8%

In December, the sheep population amounted to 10,930 heads, down by 6.6 per cent over 2012. Male sheep registered a 32.1 per cent drop, while lambs and ewes fell by 4.8 and 6.0 per cent respectively. Ewe lambs, which accounted for 79.5 per cent of all sheep, decreased by 3.6 per cent over 2012, the […]
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Risk Analysis for Delimara must be completed before permit is granted – DLH

Din l-Art Helwa said today that it “insists that the Risk Analysis must be completed before the development permit, which will decide the location of the gas plant, is granted.” DLH said it “was referring to comment reported in some media by Enemalta, indicating that the Risk Analysis for the new gas-fired power station will […]
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Swimming Pool needed in Gozo for locals as well as tourism – Otters

In view of the recent comments on a Swimming Pool in Gozo, the committee of Otters Aquatic Sports Club has said that it is pleased to note that a number of entities, personalities and individuals have publicly acknowledged the need and the benefits of a pool in Gozo. The Sports Club added that this is […]
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