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Today in Irish History – 28 June:

1798 – United Irishmen Rebellion: General Hunter, who replaced Lake as Commander in Wexford, becomes aware rebellion is not over and begins to re-deploy his troops. 521 more words

Irish History

Making the Coast Road safer for motorcycles.

Transport Malta is installing the first motorcycle strips in Malta as part of the Coast Road project.

The motorcycle strips are attached to the lower part of the crash barriers.   159 more words

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Works continue on Coast Road Project

Road works related to the Coast Road Project

Transport Malta notifies that as from Friday 24th April 2015, direction from Triq l-10 ta’ Frar to Triq Kennedy Drive will be closed to vehicular traffic, in connection with the construction of the Coast Road. 37 more words

Road Closures

Archaeological Discoveries in the Salina Bay Area


Following the archaeological discoveries in the Salina Bay, along the Coast Road project site, Transport Malta (TM) has been and still is in constant liaison with the Superintendence of Cultural Heritage (SCH) so that proper archaeological investigations are carried out on site. 194 more words


New Traffic Arrangements for Coast Road

Coast Road – South Bound Traffic

Transport Malta notifies that south bound traffic, from Telgħa tal- Madliena to Triq Suffold, will be diverted through the entrance of White Rocks onto Triq Adrian Dingli, as from… 43 more words

Road Closures

My Weekend

I’m always surprised at, (or forget) just how beautiful Ireland is. Sometimes it seems easier and cheaper just to get a flight outta here.

We stayed in the Gate Lodge of a Castle in Co. 277 more words

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Coast Road - Current Traffic Arrangements

All the road is two way except the part from Magħtab to Kennedy Grove where the southbound traffic is unaffected but the northbound traffic is diverted into Magħtab towards T’Alla u Ommu road where it can then proceed to Kennedy Grove. 110 more words

Coast Road