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Cathy & James Ashton: new expats in Malta

Expat Focus: moving to Malta with business & family

Moving to Malta with a business not just family is a double whammy. One expat couple discovered it has highs and lows but potentially long-term rewards too.

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Mgarr from Bingemma Heights. Photo: Leslie Vella

Weather watch: Malta in November

Weather in Malta in November is mild, moist but mostly set fair. You can still swim in warm seas, but you can shiver too!

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Weather watch: Malta in February

Weather is as much a hot topic in Malta as Britain. After a very inclement start to 2012, can we expect better of February?

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Christmas lights, Valletta. Photo: Leslie Vella

Weather watch: Malta in December

Weather in Malta December is cool enough to put us in the frame of mind for Christmas, but it’s far from cold as ‘Up North’ knows it!

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Storm clouds over salt pans, Bahar ic-Caghaq. Photo Leslie Vella

Weather watch: Malta in October

Weather in mid-October is edging to the schizophrenic. Violent storms juggle with blissful warmth that sees us basking like lizards still.

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Standing sentinel, searching the horizon for that first storm cloud. Agave in late flower.

Weather watch: Malta in September

Whatever the weather in September, Malta will be hot and humid. But we sure need a wash down from the summer dust and drought.

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Mellieha on the eve of August. Photo: Leslie Vella

Weather watch: Malta in August

Weather in August is hot and humid. But folklore says that the Feast of Santa Marija on 15th sees the first signs of autumn. Let’s see!

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Blue Lagoon, Comino

Weather watch: Malta in June

Beat the crowds! June is summer, but on Malta’s beaches, you’ve still plenty of space to put a towel. The best of both worlds in one month.

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Summer’s Sizzling: our stay cool tips

For those of us staying put in Malta in July and August, here are some ideas on how to stay cool even if you’re hot, hot, hot! Useful advice too for those travelling North to South.

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The second coming: Malta’s autumnal spring

Autumn is Malta at its best. Fresher, greener and with the ideal climate to get out and about in. Cycle, sail, walk, dive, swim in autumn’s mellow temperatures.

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5 Malta tourism clichés vs. reality

We look at the clichés that describe Malta in the tourism marketing blurb. Do we have year-round sun? Are we as friendly a nation as we’re portrayed in the brochures?

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