Tag: Julia Farrugia Portelli

Government confirms Bocelli’s Malta visit after Newsbook’s story

As Newsbook.com.mt had revealed on Tuesday, Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli paid a visit to Malta this week, in which he sang at various locations including the St John’s Co-Cathedral in Valletta.

Consumer authority receives 105 complaints on holiday refunds

The Malta Competition and Consumer Affairs Authority has received 105 complaints concerning refunds and other payments over the cancellation of holidays or travel this year, Tourism Minister Julia Farrugia-Portelli has confirmed.

Malta Chamber budget proposals focus on sustainable tourism

Sustainable tourism needs to be integrated within a holistic strategy.

Juventus Academy hosts training camp in Malta

This camp was organised by a technical team of foreign coaches from Juventus Academy

PD insists Tourism Minister must resign

Partit Demokratiku is insisting that Tourism Minister Julia Farrugia Portelli has no option but to resign immediately, holding her responsible for the bad handling of the Covid-19 crisis which has led various countries to restrict travel to Malta.

Pharmacists call for review of airport policy and safe corridors

It reiterates its call for a complete ban of mass events

Mass events should be fixed, not cancelled – Tourism Minister

A growing chorus of organisations and individuals have asked for mass social gatherings to be curbed after a pool party helped bring about a resurgence of Covid-19, but Tourism Minister Julia Farrugia Portelli has no plan to join them.

On 103: Will tourism propel Malta’s economy through COVID-19 and beyond?

Tourism Minister Julia Farrugia Portelli and Shadow Minister Robert Arrigo are today's guests on Newsbook Hour on 103 Malta's Heart.

No evidence of wrongdoing by MTA events head – Farrugia Portelli

Tourism Minister Julia Farrugia Portelli insisted that she found no evidence of wrongdoing by the Malta Tourism Authority’s head of events Lionel Gerada on the way sponsorships – which ballooned under his watch – were awarded.

Watch: Where was Muscat when Caruana Galizia was assassinated?

A timestamp on a video footage of then Prime Minister Joseph Muscat shows that at the time Daphne Caruana Galizia was assassinated, Muscat was in Sliema fielding questions from the press.