A big well done to New Dimension Scuba (NDS) for their commitment to collect as much fishing wire as they can from dive sites this year! You can help & be mentioned as well! Send us your stories and pics to be featured!
Sliema Local Council, University of Malta Students and other volunteers organised a beach and underwater cleanup netting in 480kg of litter in just one morning in collaboration with DiveSystems and other entities. Now put your hands together and give them a standing ovation, plus let’s remind ourselves to dispose of rubbish appropriately and consider than Read More
Shout a big “Well done” to Brian Azzopardi, the person who takes care of the Cirkewwa Dive Site changing rooms, who in preparation for the Divers for Puttinu fundraising event and summer 2023 has done a bit of TLC. Thanks Buddy!
Raniero’s Adventures together with Ambjent Malta announced that they collaborated to bring back up a 750kilo ghost net which had been lost in the whereabouts of St. Paul’s Islands for about four years. Well done on bringing it up, and a reminder to all fishermen – if you lose a net, report it, even anonymously Read More
Unbelievable, but Zibel keeps impressing us with their major cleanups underwater around these islands. This time it was at Gardens Yacht Marina in Gzira. Well done!
Timesofmalta.com reports that Financial services firm Grant Thornton and scuba diving school Diveshack Malta have recently teamed up to carry out a beach clean-up in Qui-Si-Sana, Sliema. A 39-strong team composed of 13 nationalities swept the beach and the seabed, recovering a staggering 515 kilos of debris. While the land party was busy picking up Read More
TimesofMalta reports on a successful underwater cleanup organised by RE/MAX & Friends Foundation who recently joined environmental conservation organisation Coast is Clear, led by Mark Galea Pace, in an event to help tackle marine and coastal pollution in Malta. Read more on theTimesofMalta
Timesofmalta.com reports about the winners of the Malta edition of Wiki Loves Earth, the world’s largest nature photography competition, which included winning entries from UW Photographers Victor Micallef, Veronica Busuttil and Diego Delso. All 15 local winners are now in the running to be crowned among the best nature photographs taken in the world this year. The Read More
Well done for another cleanup by Civil Protection Department, Clean Malta – Cleansing and Maintenance Division and Raniero’s Adventures! https://fb.watch/eOr5o73ra6/
A shoutout to Raniero Borg and his buddies for cleaning up the underwater Christ statue off Qawra Point. Good time to take some pics, and visit what’s left of the Imperial Eagle wreck nearby!
On the 31st July, ATLAM closed off a diving events week with an underwater cleanup at Senglea. By just looking at the pictures, seems like they brought up lots of old stuff (including someone’s old robot!), and left the place a lot cleaner. Well done to all those organising and involved!
Fancy seeing what’s up near Rozi? The Cirkewwa Marine Park has announced that the live underwater camera has been installed, and it will soon be livestreaming online. You’ll be able to check visibility before your dive, or otherwise, to see your dear family and friends waving at you underwater, and maybe… maybe… for the non-divers, Read More
Nature Trust Wildlife Rescue Team wishes to thank Darshton and Andrew, who whilst on a fishing boat found a turtle with hook and line in mouth this morning. We wish to thank them immensely for keeping the turtle safe whilst bringing it in, and for not trying to remove the fishing line themselves. The juvenile, Read More
From Times of Malta A 20-year-old turtle was released back into the sea in Golden Bay on Friday morning following ten months of medical treatment after it was found with a fishing hook stuck in its mouth and a fishing line trapped in its stomach. Yvonne, an adult male loggerhead turtle, was rescued by a Read More
From Heritage Malta Ghost nets recovered from Heritage Malta’s submerged sites have been upcycled into bracelets and keychains, thanks to a collaboration between the German company Bracenet and Heritage Malta’s Underwater Cultural Heritage Unit (UCHU). In 2020, the UCHU, in collaboration with the local ATLAM Subaqua Club, initiated a number of net removal dives. To Read More
From Facebook We’re headed south for our next couple of clean-upsCOAST – If you’re not joining us in the water, you can lend a hand on land sorting at the meeting pointSNORKELERS – All you need is your snorkel, mask and flippers. We’ll be ferrying you to and from the beach by boat.DIVERS – ONLY Read More
From Times of Malta Cisk Lager is a proud supporter of Coast is Clear, an all-year round clean-up campaign spearheaded by ex-waterpolo player Mark Galea Pace. “The main aim of Coast is Clear is to clear our country of the litter. However, the second aim is to raise awareness through social media and to grab Read More
From Times of Malta Eight sharks released into the sea Children, parents, and divers all headed up to Ċirkewwa to watch as eight baby sharks were released into the Mediterranean sea on Saturday morning. The release was organised by NGO Sharklab Malta and the Malta National Aquarium. Today’s release marks Sharklab-Malta’s 350th successful shark release Read More
From TimesofMalta Children, parents, and divers all headed up to Ċirkewwa to watch as eight baby sharks were released into the Mediterranean sea on Saturday morning. The release was organised by NGO Sharklab Malta and the Malta National Aquarium. Today’s release marks Sharklab-Malta’s 350th successful shark release and the first public release event in the Read More
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From Times Of Malta During their annual Ocean Bed Clean-Up, the QLZH Foundation (www.qlzhfoundation.com.mt), the philanthropic arm of QuickLets and Zanzi Homes, collected over 1.8 tons (1,800kg) of rubbish from the seabed and surroundings of Senglea waterfront. It took over half a day for the team of 100 volunteers, including 40 divers and 12 people Read More