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125 years of trusted quality – Satariano marks its 125th Anniversary

125 years of trusted quality – Satariano marks its 125th Anniversary
May 31 2023 Share

Last week Satariano had good reason to celebrate as 2023 marks their 125th year in business. The anniversary celebration was held at their flagship showroom in Valley Road B’Kara and was attended by their team members, brand partners and numerous customers. A momentous milestone for the family-owned business – one they’re using as a springboard into the future.

“This is a big moment for the Satariano family and our employees, partners and clients who helped us get here” said Joe Satariano, Managing Director. “We want to reflect on the past and build upon what we’ve done to inspire the next 125 years.

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The company attributes this accomplishment to a strong foundation started by Roger Satariano who first began to import and sell building materials and other related products in 1898. Along the way Satariano expanded into other related sectors and today operates from their state-of-the-art showroom now spread over 3,000 square meters, possibly one of the largest bathroom, kitchen, and furniture showrooms on the Island. From the latest luxury home furnishings to the most innovative bathroom solutions, Satariano offers a comprehensive range of products to create bespoke homes to meet every client’s individual needs and preferences. 

 

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What has set Satariano apart for all these decades is their unwavering commitment to quality and customer satisfaction together with their continuous innovation to meet the changing needs of the market by sourcing the best brands in the world. Primarily to be a better partner for their clients, ensuring they are given access to the latest products the market has to offer.

Looking back, Satariano is humbled by their growth and what they’ve been able to accomplish over the years – As they celebrate their 125th anniversary, the company is – as always, looking towards the future with optimism and excitement, staying at the forefront of the luxury home solutions in Malta and continuing its legacy of excellence and innovation for years to come. 

Quality, it seems, will never go out of style.

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Contractor blocks Mqabba square with barriers after not being paid

Contractor blocks Mqabba square with barriers after not being paid
May 31 2023 Share

Nationalist MP Adrian Delia took to Facebook to highlight how a contractor reportedly blocked off the Mqabba square with concrete barriers after allegedly not being paid for his work.

Delia said that the contractor was not paid for his work in the square in front of the Mqabba church and closed off the area.

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Sources informed this newsroom that this might have been the third time that maintenance work was being carried out in the square. Others claimed that the tender was issued under ‘suspicious circumstances’. 

Police confirmed later with MaltaDaily that the issue was resolved yesterday and the square has reopened. It is still unclear if anyone will be charged for the incident as we are waiting for an official response from the Police Force Communications Department.

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Nate dedicates first 2 posts to daughter and Sven

Nate dedicates first 2 posts to daughter and Sven
May 31 2023 Share

Love Island Malta contestant Nate, who has just been eliminated from the villa, dedicated his first two posts after exiting the competition to his daughter as well as his newfound friend Sven. 

Nate posted a photo of him and his daughter, captioning it: ‘Reunited with my Love’. Nate made his relationship with his daughter well-known during his run on the show, saying that if he were to meet anyone, his relationship with his daughter is part of the package.

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He also dedicated a post to Sven, sharing a photo of a meme with a caption saying: ‘the bromance we will miss.’ 

‘A true friend’ he wrote about Sven. ‘I was there for you in the villa and I will be there for you outside. Have courage and stay strong brother.’ 

 

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Nate constantly proved to be a shoulder for Sven as he opened up about his coupling with Gabriella and as he navigated his relationship with her. 

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Irrestawra Darek Scheme causes uproar following crash

Irrestawra Darek Scheme causes uproar following crash
May 31 2023 Share

Yesterday, Tuesday 30th May 2023, was set to be the launch of the Irrestawra Darek Scheme, which would have seen €5 million allocated to property owners to restore the facades of local homes. 

However, after its expected launch at noon, 1200HRS, the online application collapsed within seconds under heavy traffic of users all trying to apply for the scheme. 

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This saw many raise various questions and understandably angered at their missed opportunity, with a statement of condemnation by the Karma tal-Periti also being issued.

‘After two hours of refreshing the error pages, the application form disappeared from the website indicating that the scheme may have been shut down by the Planning Authority altogether’, the Kamra’s statement pointed out. 

Among those who made their frustrations public was radio host Taryn Mamo Cefai, who posted to social media: ‘Opens at 12:00, system crashes at 12:01, reopens again with all funds gone & already allocated! Just another joke in this country. Imma l-aqwa li nħeġġu ż-żgħażagħ jinvestu u jirrenovaw fil-UCAs (Urban Conservation Areas).’

PN MP Rebekah Borg also issued a statement, calling the system ‘disastrous’ and unfair for those who tried to apply. Some were also raising questions about whether the funds were allocated prior to the scheme launch, calling the scheme a ruse intended to allocate money for a certain group of people. 

The Kamra also issued a set of demands, which include an apology to all architects, an immediate repeal of the first-come-first serve-basis, a drawing of lots from all eligible applicants and an immediate reopening of the scheme without an end-date. 

What do you make of this? 

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