An Enterprising Career
6 December 2000
The Business Times recently dropped in on AX Holdings Chairman, renowned Entrepreneur Angelo Xuereb. Mr Xuereb spoke to Davis Lindsay on a wide range of topics including his proposed controversial Tal-Virtu Golf Course, his stint as Naxxar mayor, and his listing on the Malta Stock Exchange.
In-Naxxar B’Kunsill Ħaj f’Ġejjieni Ġdid
1 June 2000
Finding Long-Term Solutions to Waste Management Problems
19 April 2000
At a conference on waste management solutions earlier this month, AX Holdings chairman Angelo Xuereb proposed the establishment of four construction and demolition waste disposal depots for Malta and Gozo, among other long-term solutions to waste management problems. The following are excerpts from this paper presented at the conference.
How to Mitigate the effect of Construction on the Tourism Industry
19 April 2000
These two main sectors of the Maltese economy are my daily breadwinner, therefore this contribution is based on hard facts and seen with a practical eye. Tourism is vital to our islands as around 35 per cent of our economic activities are generated by this industry, thus creating a multiplier effect.
Malta Hotel Room rates Lowest in Europe
4 February 2000
PA Approves outline Application for Sea Passenger Terminal
4 February 2000
The planning authority yesterday approved an outline application for an Lm10 million sea passenger terminal at Pinto Wharf in Valletta. the development was proposed by the VISET Consortium which combines Maltese with foreign investment. At a public hearing at St Francis Ravelin in Floriana, the PA board unanimously approved the permit after Robert Vella from the Planning Directorate recommended approval, subject to a list of conditions.
Island of Malta Manoel Island and Tigne’ Point Development Plan
1 June 1999
Cruise Terminal Expected to be completed within three Years
13 January 1999
The waterfront plaza, the main attraction of the LM10 million Valletta cruise terminal project, could be ready by the end of this year if talks between the government and the selected consortium are concluded relatively quickly. The waterfront plaza, which forms part of phase one of the project, could be ready by the end of this year if talks between the government and the selected consortium are concluded relatively quickly.
Shunned Opera House Tender would have Facade Replica
31 May 1998
According to the Place De La Vallette tender, thrown out by the government because it was not accompanied by an Lm500,000 bid bond, the building on the former Royal Opera House site would have a replica of the original facade, The Sunday żtime scan reveal today.
New Verdala Refurbishment will cost Lm11.5m
27 March 1998
Developers sign an agreement with Hong Kong-based group for the running of Golf Course. The world is moving fast rate and Malta has to keep up with the ever-increasing pace of travellers. A large number of these travellers are today carrying golf clubs.
Naxxar Mayor Unveils Ambitious Plan for Baħar iċ-Ċagħaq
12 August 1997
Naxxar Council has drawn up an ambitious coast embellishment plan for Baħar iċ-Ċagħaq, aiming to transform the area into a major attraction. Forward-looking mayor Anġlu Xuereb said yesterday the plan would =be presented to the environment and tourism ministries and the PlanningAuthority in the hope that an action committee would be appointed for its implementation.
26 April 1997
Joe Gasan is Malta's richest Businessman - at least in the public's perception. According to a random survey conducted by The People, Mr Gasan, whose business interests range from cars to insurance, is followed by Anglu Xuereb and the Mizzi family.
Victorian Values in a new Maltese Hotel
26 March 1997
At the time, a lot of controversy and anger was aroused among the residents of the posh Sliema district of the former Victoria Avenue, today renamed George Borg Olivier Street after the former prime minister whose house is a neo-Gothic jewel still standing there. the residents have been up in arms about the new hospital and hotel venture being set up on the top end of the staid and normally placid street.
Angelo Xuereb looks like Winning his Gamble
20 March 1997
Despite somewhat widespread misgivings in the financial sector, Angelo Xuereb, owner of the Suncrest Hotel and Chairman of AX Holdings, looks set to win his gamble. The share and bond might be fully subscribed by today, a full two days before the closing of the subscription lists.
Shares, Bonds offered in Suncrest
5 March 1997
Maltese investors are being offered the opportunity to buy shares or bonds on the island's biggest Hotel - the 458-room Suncrest in Qawra. Two million shares in Suncrest Hotels PLC, which has registered profits consistently since it was opened nine years ago, are being offered for sale by its parent company AX Group.
Improving Malta’s Transportation System
1 December 1996
Planning Permission Delays Hitting Construction Industry
21 August 1996
A shrinking labour supply and planning permission delays are having an adverse effect on the construction industry, one of Malta's leading developers has claimed. Mr Angelo Xuereb, the owner of the AX Group of Companies, told The Times yesterday that initiative in the industry is being stifled.
Capua Palace Hospital Leaflet
30 May 1996
Lm7.5m Capua Palace Hospital to Open in July
30 May 1996
Malta's latest private hospital will be completed by July, having cost developers AX Holdings LM7.5 million to construct. The 80-bed Capua palace Hospital in Sliema, will be officially opened on July 19. The Historic palace is incorporated into the building.
The Modern Drift in the Construction Industry
21 February 1996
Unless the construction industry is given immediate attention by both the government and the private sector, we will find ourselves at a great disadvantage when Malta joins the EU, says Mr Angelo Xuereb, chairman of the AX Holdings Group of Companies.