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Car Insurance and Staying Safe on the Road in Malta

Car Insurance and Staying Safe on the Road in Malta

The first thing to do before you start driving in Malta is get some car insurance. Unfortunately, this can be quite complicated – but it is completely necessary. You’ll need proof of full third party accident and liability coverage before you can register a vehicle and get on the road.

Top Malta Property Locations To Live In

Top Malta Property Locations To Live In

So you’ve made up your mind: you’ve decided to move to the beautiful Mediterranean country of Malta. Now it’s time to make a big decision: where do you want to live? Despite this small nation is only 316 square kilometres, it can still be hard to choose between all the towns and villages.

Car Rental Malta – How To Get Around

Car Rental Malta – How To Get Around

If you’re planning on visiting the Maltese Archipelago, you may stress out about how to get around once you get there. The Mediterranean island is small in size which means getting around it is easy and hassle-free. However, if you haven’t visited the island before, you may find it difficult to know whether its best to opt for car rental in Malta.

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Find A Job In Malta – Using Jobplus

EU Nationals can live and find a job in Malta. However, it is recommended that you contact Jobsplus before to moving to Malta to get acquainted with everything concerning living and

Malta Public Transport – Travelling In Malta & Gozo

Due to the islands’ small size, moving around in Malta and Gozo is quite easy.  The most common mode of Malta public transport is the use of public buses. The public route buses are pocket-friendly to
Car Insurance and Staying Safe on the Road in Malta

Car Insurance and Staying Safe on the Road in Malta

The first thing to do before you start driving in Malta is get some car insurance. Unfortunately, this can be quite complicated – but it is completely necessary. You’ll need proof of full third party accident and liability coverage before you can register a vehicle and get on the road.

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Top Malta Property Locations To Live In

Top Malta Property Locations To Live In

So you’ve made up your mind: you’ve decided to move to the beautiful Mediterranean country of Malta. Now it’s time to make a big decision: where do you want to live? Despite this small nation is only 316 square kilometres, it can still be hard to choose between all the towns and villages.

read more
Car Rental Malta – How To Get Around

Car Rental Malta – How To Get Around

If you’re planning on visiting the Maltese Archipelago, you may stress out about how to get around once you get there. The Mediterranean island is small in size which means getting around it is easy and hassle-free. However, if you haven’t visited the island before, you may find it difficult to know whether its best to opt for car rental in Malta.

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4 Of The Best Banks in Malta for Expats

4 Of The Best Banks in Malta for Expats

If you’re an expat in Malta looking for a suitable bank, you have several alternatives to choose from ranging from international banks to small local banks. In case you want to focus on the best option for your specific situation, we recommend four options: Bank of Valetta, HSBC Malta, IIG Bank and Sparkasse Bank Malta. 

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Schools In Malta – 9 Steps To Help Your Children Settle

Schools In Malta – 9 Steps To Help Your Children Settle

The majority of expat kids, together with their parents, experience the worry associated with moving to another country. The chances are good that as an expat mother or father, you will have to relocate at some stage and this means facing the fact that your kids will have to start afresh, at a school in the country you’re relocating to.

5 Ways to Finance Your Studies Abroad in 2018

5 Ways to Finance Your Studies Abroad in 2018

If you want to be a great student, you have to work hard and steady – but you should also be smart and efficient. When it comes to studying abroad, success demands you to prepare adequately, by gathering enough funds to finance your studies.

Pensions Malta – What Expats Need To Know

Pensions Malta – What Expats Need To Know

Many expats choose Malta as their perfect destination to retire – and it’s easy to see why. With warm, sunny weather, low taxes, cheap properties, some of the best healthcare in the world, and an English-speaking population, it’s no wonder so many people choose to spend their twilight years here.

What Are the Normal Working Hours in Malta?

What Are the Normal Working Hours in Malta?

If you’re a Maltese worker, you should know the normal working hours in Malta will vary according to the industry and will depend on whether you have a contract for full-time employment or part-time employment.

Understanding Vacation Leave In Malta

Understanding Vacation Leave In Malta

According to local law, all employees working a 40-hour week have a right to 192 hours of paid leave each year. That’s exactly 24 working days of annual leave, or 4 weeks and 4 days, assuming you work 8 hours daily and 5 days per week.

Understanding Social Security in Malta and Health Services

Understanding Social Security in Malta and Health Services

There are several opportunities available for Maltese residents who need to find a house for primary residence. Anyone who lives on government properties or is looking to buy a first house should reach out to the Housing Authority; also, benefits are available to residents who have a disability.