18 Quaint Mellieħa Areas to make you fall in Love

For this week’s article, we take a stroll around Mellieha to seek out local developments that are currently underway or have been carried out recently.

6 Changes Saturday’s Protest in Valletta will demand

This Saturday at 10am a march will be held in Valletta infront of the Court House (Quddiem il-Qorti) to demand changes in policy related to development and planning in Malta.

House.mt welcomes new writer: Meet Giovanna the restorer!

Giovanna Hammet will be working with the House Malta to curate articles about restoration, education in the household, and property management. 

Take a look: Upcycling Market Tomorrow at Ħamrun by local NGO Fondazzjoni Sebħ

Green Patches is a great online group populated by gardening enthusiasts who share tips, photos, and problems. You’ll find both experienced vetarans who can answer almost any question, and new homeowners who have just started to tinker.

Malta’s Growing Up: 10 High Rises around the world we should look up to

In this list, we’re showcasing buildings that have kept these negative externalities in mind, and replaced them with positive ones.

House Malta’s First Anniversary: 6 Milestones we’re proud of & 4 Questions we have (for you)

But most importantly, we were surprised – by you! We’d like to thank all of our readers for engaging with our posts, sharing our articles, and sending us messages – both to correct us when we’re wrong, and to give us kudos when we strike the right chord.

Changing Streetscapes: Rate these 7 Local developments in Mellieħa

For this week’s article, we take a stroll around Mellieha to seek out local developments that are currently underway or have been carried out recently.

Why Maltese homeowners should hire designers to lower costs

Whether your budget is limited or liberal, you might want to consider that hiring a local aesthete for a house visit might be the best way to use your money.

[Guide] Renting and hosting in Malta: How to set it all up and guarantee success!

There’s no question about it, staying close to shimmering attractions at fancy hotels makes for a shiny vacation, but it’s often confined to a weekend. Thankfully, all a strange new place needs to feel like a second home is for you to spend time with its people.

Faces of Raħal Ġdid: Photowalk with Lisa Gwen and Ramon Fiott

Any local can tell you that Raħal Ġdid translates to New Town, but for a majority of tourists who visit our island, this is where you go to witness some of humankind’s earliest and oldest structures, from the famed underground Hypogeum in Ħal Saflieni to the Tarxien temples that dwell in Paola’s sister town, Ħal-Tarxien. But, prehistoric rocks and primitive sites aren’t Raħal Ġdid’s only weapons of mass attraction.