Remembering the Maltese Bus

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It’s inevitable that things just have to change in the name of progress, but that doesn’t mean they should be forgotten – love them or loathe them, no one can deny that the traditional Maltese buses were a fixture on the local landscape, or how unique they were. The Maltese public transport system evolved the …

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A Beginner’s Guide to Petrol-Electric Cars

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Petrol-electric cars, also known as hybrids, are becoming increasingly popular with the passage of time. Not only do they produce less harmful emissions than cars that are powered exclusively by burning fuel – they’re also easier on people’s wallets when it comes to the amount of fuel they consume. Petrol-electric cars are powered by a …

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Top 5 Private Powerboats

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Outerlimits Super Leggera SL52 This gorgeous boat from Outerlimits is the flagship model in the powerboat manufacturer’s Super Leggera (superlight) range. Its prodigious performance comes from twin 1,350bhp Mercury engines, which make for a top speed of over 220km/h. This powerboat even has a luxurious leather interior containing all the creature comforts of home, such …

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Top 5 Mountains Summited by Maltese

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When you think about it, you wouldn’t really imagine Maltese people to be the most avid mountain climbers in the world, but our flag has been flown on the peak of the world’s highest mountain, Mount Everest, among other incredibly high and treacherous mountains which have also been summited by Maltese people. Cho Oyu, China/Nepal …

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Malta’s Most Challenging Sports Events

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Malta Marathon The annual Malta Marathon is as tough as any other, with competitors flocking from around the world to take part to compete in the annual event. The route begins in Saqqajja below Mdina and ends at the Sliema Ferries. Moroccan Mohammed Hajjy holds the course record and has won the marathon’s last four …

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