Tag: Marsalforn

Marsalforn regeneration project and its future

A promenade is generally defined as long, open area, usually beside the sea, where people may walk, children can play and families can enjoy the outdoors together.

Watch: Marsalforn police station gets an upgrade

Home Affairs Minister Byron Camilleri and Gozo Minister Clint Camilleri visited the Marsalforn Police Station.

Historic milestone unearthed during works at Marsalforn Menqa

A British-era milestone is to be incorporated in the rehabilitation of the Marsalforn Menqa after being unearthed during excavations related to the project.

Man remanded in custody after being charged with grievously injuring woman

The incident happened at a residence on Triq is-Sajjied in Marsalforn.

14 fights in Marsalforn land 10 people in court

According to statistics this newsroom obtained from the Police, in 2019, 11 persons were prosecuted. Last year a total of 16 fights were reported in Marsalforn.

Watch: Lack of waste collection results in rats despite year of...

There is a large number of rats running around in Frank Debono Street, Marsalforn, eating away the waste they find thrown away and not collected.

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.

Works at il-Menqa underway

The works carried out so far include the installation of a new sewage system, a new chamber valve and a new reserve were also isntalled and connected with a new setting tank. Camilleri explained that the first container with porfido is expected to arrive in the coming days.

“We were all in very real danger of drowning” in Marsalforn

Three children and a man said that they almost drowned when swimming at Għar Qawqla beach in Gozo on the 1st of September. The...

PA should consider visual impact on streetscape before approving projects –...

The Malta Developers Association says it wants to see a tightening of development policies to stop those which change the image of a building...