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Tenishia - Thank You Party

Thank You Malta! – Tenishia

Malta’s very own international DJ Tenishia is taking a break from his World Touring in November to return to the home island to promote this year’s Tenishia : Thank You Party happening on November 19th at Sky Club. Tenishia has been holding this event...

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La Valette Hall MCC is the venue chosen for this year’s annual event Moda Malta, which is a magnificent place to hold such a unique event. The event will be held on 27th November organized by Modelle International. Moda Malta is being organized for the 6th...

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Best 10 Cocktail Places in Malta

Ordering your favourite cocktail is a great idea after a long day at work, or for a night out. It’s such fun to watching the bartender skilfully make it with a steady hand, and then taking that first icy, boozy sip. Below, each of the...

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The Souvenir Bus in Malta

Malta TV team went out to Sliema one Saturday morning. Along the Sliema Ferries promenade if you look hard enough, you will spot a 1964 traditional Maltese bus painted in bright yellow. This particular one will not be taking you for a tour around the...

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Maltese Easter Traditions

Being that almost all Malta’s population is Catholic, it’s no big surprise that Easter in Malta is another big event in its annual calendar of events. This year, Holy Week will start on the 25th March 2016, and Easter Sunday is going to be...

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Audi Malta Motorsport Awards 2016

Audi Malta have reconfirmed their support as main sponsor of the yearly anticipated Awards Ceremony within the motoring community, the Audi Malta Motorsport Awards 2016. The awards ceremony will be organised by Malta Motorsport Federation with the collaboration of Audi, TVM2, A&S Billboards, Signs and...

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Prinjolata comes from the word ‘Prinjol’ which means Pine Nuts in Maltese. It’s a traditional Maltese dessert, which resembles a snow-capped mountain & prepared specially for Carnival.Its main ingredients are cream, sponge, citrus peel and biscuits. Coated in splattered melted chocolate, pine nuts and bright...

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