Tag: Gozo

‘Abandon and abuse’ leads DLĦ to question commercial concessions on heritage...

Din l-Art Ħelwa is questioning the practice of granting commercial entities concessions on heritage sites, highlighting the “abandon and abuse” of the 18th century coastal battery in Qbajjar which had once served as a discotheque.

Court upholds Steward Health Care prohibitory injunction against MUMN

This refers to an industrial action ordered by MUMN over the release of Gozitan nurses working in Malta.

Infjorata inspires solidarity and hope in Gozo

Minister for Gozo Clint Camilleri visited the infjorata (flower carpet) in Għarb square, Gozo which has the theme ‘We welcome you among us in Għarb, Gozo’.

Archbishop visits Pope Saint John Paul II monument in Victoria

Archbishop Charles J. Scicluna recently accepted the invitation of the JP2 Foundation to placed a wreath of flowers in front monument dedicated to the Pope in Victoria, Gozo in the presence of the foundation committee members.

Government failed to announce special incentives for Gozo businesses – PN

The Gozitan Opposition MPs called on the Government to consider financial measures which are specifically designed to help the local economy in Gozo, ensuring that jobs are safeguarded.

Fr Anton Theuma Gozo’s 9th Bishop – his day in photos

Fr Anton Theuma was named as the ninth Bishop for Gozo by the Apostolic Nuncio Mgr Alessandro D'Errico on Thursday. A ceremony was held at Ta' Pinu Sanctuary earlier today.

Grant scheme launched to promote business travel to Gozo

Gozitan NGOs and private businesses alike are being offered cash grants to upgrade their premises through a Gozo Ministry scheme seeking to boost the island's potential as a business travel destination.

No injuries as boat catches fire in Daħlet Qorrot

A man and a woman escaped unhurt when the boat they were on caught fire in Daħlet Qorrot on Sunday afternoon.

Upgrading of Marsalforn’s Menqa nearing completion

Full access to restaurants in Marsalforn will soon be restored as works at Il-Menqa has reached an advanced stage, Gozo Minister Clint Camilleri said today.

Gozo averages one breathalyser test every three weeks

Breathalyser tests appear to be a particularly rare occurrence in Gozo, with just 57 having been carried out in the island since the beginning of 2017.