Archive for » April 22nd, 2014«

‘The Jeweller’s Shop:’ A play by Karol Wojtyia (Pope John Paul II)

On the occasion of the canonisation of John Paul II, the Gozo Creative Theatre Club will perform The Jeweller’s Shop (subtitles “A Meditation on the Sacrament of Matrimony, Passing on Occasion into Drama”) by Karol Wojtyia (Pope John Paul II). This one act play, translated from the Polish language by Boleslaw Taborski, explores relationships between […]
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Wizz Air adds 5th aircraft to fleet to support new Gdansk to Malta route

Wizz Air has announced today that it will expand its operations in Poland this summer by adding a 5th aircraft to its Gdansk base. The new aircraft will support the new service from Gdansk to Malta that will commence on the 20th of June with 2 weekly flights on Mondays and Fridays, as well as […]
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Gozo celebration for the World Day of Prayer by Catholic Women

The Catholic Action Movement in Gozo is commemorating the World Day of Prayer by Catholic Women. Women of all ages and from all walks of life are invited to attend the celebration, which will be delivered in Maltese and is being held on Tuesday, the 6th of May, at the Gozo Catholic Action HQ in […]
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Malta commemorates 10th anniversary since its accession to the EU

Speaking during a press conference with Fort St. Angelo in the background, Parliamentary Secretary for EU funds and for the EU Presidency 2017 Dr Ian Borg flanked by representatives from the Foundation for National Celebrations (FCN), revealed events planned in view of the 10th anniversary since Malta’s accession to the EU. The Parliamentary Secretary said […]
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Power suspensions in Nadur, Ghasri, Kercem and Victoria

Enemalta has advised that due to scheduled maintenance works on the electricity grid in Gozo, there will be power cuts in (or in parts of) the following areas: Nadur Thursday, 24th April 8.30am-11.30am: TRIQ MADRE GEMMA CAMILLERI, PJAZZA L- ARCIPRIET MARTIN CAMILLERI, TRIQ PAPA LJUN XIII, TRIQ XANDRIKU, TRIQ DAVID COCCO PALMERI and TRIQ L- […]
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30 suspected hunting offences since start of season – Government

The Government said today that since the start of the spring hunting season on 12th April, several thousand migrating protected birds were observed over the Maltese Islands, including several species of ducks, Marsh Harriers, Montagu’s Harriers, Kestrels, Black Kites, Honey Buzzards, Eleonora’s Falcons, Golden Orioles, Cuckoos, Nightjars, Swifts, Swallows, Flycatchers and even a very rare […]
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Spring Youth Festival this week at the Don Bosco Oratory in Gozo

The Don Bosco Oratory Youth Committee are organising a ‘Spring Youth Festival’ starting this Thursday and will run until Sunday. The Festival is being held in collaboration with the EU Youth in Action Programme. Thursday will see the inauguration of an art exhibition in the oratory foyer, by young new artists, this will be followed […]
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Lazuli boutique’s special launch this Saturday in St George’s Sqaure

A new designer clothing and accessories boutique called ‘Lazuli’ has just opened in Gozo offering individual style and quality for men and women. Lazuli (named after the semi-precious stone Lapis Lazuli, and also meaning azure) is located in a refurbished 350 year old building in St. George’s Square, Victoria. The brainchild of French-born owner/director Charlotte […]
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Cruise passengers in first quarter up by 68.4% on last year

Total cruise passenger traffic during the first quarter amounted to 38,138, an increase of 68.4 per cent over the corresponding period last year, the National Statistics Office said today. There were 23 cruise liner calls during the first quarter – 10 more than last year. Transit passengers accounted for the vast majority of total traffic, […]
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72 illegal bird callers found on Malta during the last 4 nights, says CABS

“Hunters have installed an estimated three-figure number of illegal electronic lures for Quail and protected waders in the Maltese countryside,” the Committee Against Bird Slaughter (CABS) said today. CABS said that during the last 4 nights volunteers of the organisation conducted spot checks in all 5 statistical districts of Malta. According to CABS a total […]
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