Mediterranean ObserverSeptember 14, 2021

Official figures show which parts of the UK economy have the highest and lowest rate of vacancies across their workforces and where the gaps have opened up most quickly – with hospitality and transport among them.. Job vacancies in the UK have surged over the summer to an all-time high of over one million – […]


The year ahead will be defined by last-minute bookings due to the global Covid-19 pandemic conditions, said Greek Tourism Minister Harry Theoharis during an Economist conference held at the Grand Resort Lagonissi this week, adding that the time was now to redefine priorities and to diversify the tourism product to meet the changing demands and […]


Controlled mass events can now hold more than 100 people provided that separate areas of the venue are used, under revised guidelines published this week. The government had announced that controlled events will be allowed to take place as from Monday 5 July, but attendance would initially be capped at 100 people. The revised guidelines, […]


Business travel is set to take a major hit in the aftermath of the pandemic, with almost 10% of UK business leaders who travelled for work pre-Covid planning to take fewer business trips in the future, according to new research. The survey, conducted by The University of Law Business School, found that almost half (44%) […]


The collapse of international tourism due to the pandemic could cause a loss of more than $4 trillion to the global GDP for 2020 and 2021, a new report warns. The estimated loss has been caused by the direct impact of Covid-19 on tourism and its ripple effect on other associated sectors. The study, jointly […]


In September, space for a dance section and international section will take place in the Campania Teatro with performances under the guidance of Argentine Director, Marina Otero; Greek Choreographer, Dimitris Papaioannou; and Swiss Director, Christoph Marthaler. This year will be the fourteenth edition of Campania Teatro being held from June 12 to July 11. Over […]


Seated mass events will resume on July 5 for those who are fully vaccinated, the Maltese government announced on Friday, with entry only allowed to those possessing a vaccine certificate. Events will have their capacity capped at 100 people at first, going up gradually to 200 over the course of 4 weeks. Events can be […]

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