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Press Releases from Malta (5 total)

Malta wins Caput Lucis Fireworks World Championship

The Imqabba Fireworks Club of Santa Marija recently took part in an annual international festival in Caput Lucis, Rome Italy. The five-day long festival also showcased the works of Japanese, Italian, British, Romanian, Slovenian, Spanish and Chinese fireworks. The Maltese club participated on the night of Thursday 2nd August, to crowds made up of around 300,000 persons. Malta\'s show was chosen as the best by a panel of

Claudio Baglioni arrives in Malta for concert of 'giants'

Claudio Baglioni arrived in Malta yesterday evening to join his band and start rehearsing for the O\'Scià concert at the Valletta Waterfront on Saturday. On stage that evening, he is being accompanied by two more of Italian music\'s \"true giants\" - Riccardo Cocciante and Gianni Morandi - in an unprecedented joint performance. It was the first time they would be on stage together throughout the concert, said the local organisers, NnG

Malta experiencing an increase in tourists

Tourists arriving in Malta in June were estimated to have increased by 7.7% when compared to the same month in 2006, to stand at 117,421. The increase reflects primarily a rise in holiday-makers, mainly from the British, Scandinavian and Irish markets, contrasted with a decline in tourists from the German, French and Italian markets. Total nights spent fell by 8.7% when compared to the same month in 2006. In fact, year-on-year,

Fishing Charters and Trips in Malta

Every year the number of travelers who visit Malta for fishing charters and trips is increasing. Maltese history, customs, geographical location and of course local hospitality are making the whole package even more appealing. The most eye catching feature of a Maltese fishing village is the luzzu, a small high-powered fishing boat painted in dazzling hues of red, blue, green and yellow. The boat may well have the name of a

Knights of Malta Restored

The Knights of the Order of St John of Jerusalem were formed long time before their reign on Malta. The Order was originally established in 1085 as a community of monks responsible for looking after the sick at the Hospital of St John in Jerusalem. They later became a military order, defending crusader territory in the Holy Lands and safeguarding the perilous routes taken by medieval pilgrims. The Knights were

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