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  • Trust your wedding caterer

    It’s no secret that planning a wedding can be a little stressful. You’ll need to think of everything from your wedding catering to your wedding attire and everything in between. Choosing a caterer that you trust is not easy and selecting the...

  • Catering with passion

    Organising your wedding is one of the most special and personal events of your life. Osborne Caterers understand this and limit the number of weddings they style and cater for each year. This allows important time for Osborne Caterers to really...

  • A flash in time

    What or who inspired you to take up photography as a profession? I come from a photographic background as my father is photographer Gino Galea. This environment inspired my enthusiasm for artistic imaging and photography. In fact, from a young...

  • It’s Mrs Bouquet

    Most of us can’t tell a delphinium from a chrysanthemum. Which is why we need a bit of trimming and training when we come to choose flowers for our wedding. But first things first – as with everything, your choice depends on your budget. If money...

  • Happily ever after

    We form our ideas about marriage and human relationships either through personal experience or from literature. And yet, marriage and literature are like two very flammable chemicals – mix them together and you’ve got plenty of Breaking Bad drama.

  • Enjoy the moment

    Would you like an elegant sparkle that makes your wedding one to remember? The Wedding Architects can offer you a tailor-made glamorous event that you will remember for a lifetime. The Wedding Architects are experts in special lights, screens,...

  • A special day

    Your wedding day is perhaps the most significant day of your life. You want everything to be perfect and when you book your reception at Hilton Malta, you can be sure that your day will be truly unforgettable. You will also have your own wedding...

  • Infinitely beautiful

    Looking back at the milestones in our lives, a number of occasions always stand out as truly exceptional. Your wedding day is way up there at the top of the list. Whether you are looking to organise an intimate candle-lit dinner or a more lavish...

  • Partying for a good cause

    Kids’ parties can be a nightmare to organise, not only because of the usual logistical nightmares that come with such events, but also because after a few years, it becomes awfully difficult to surprise your child with something different. Inspire...

  • When times are tight

    So the festive season looms on the horizon and you’re dying to throw a killer party. You know the kind, where the police are called in, the neighbours will hate you forever and you find guests sleeping it off on the floor sometime around noon the...

  • Inquests, autopsies and exhumations after unnatural death

    The code of Grand Master Antonio Manoel de Vilhena, published in 1724, prohibited the removal or change of position and the burial of people who died sudden or violent deaths, whether showing the presence of wounds or not, before the holding of an...

  • Floriana’s lost historic treasures

    In the October 2013 edition of the monthly leaflet issued by the Floriana Senior Citizens, Salvator Mousu laments the loss of many of Floriana’s historic fountains. Seventeen fountains once embellished the gardens, buildings and public squares of...

  • One lump or two, dear?

    If you have ever got into a tizzy over how many guests to invite or what to do with that dancing Christmas angel your guest gave you, you’ll know that being a host or hostess can be tough work. But fear not, Tilly Mannersworth has all the...

  • What’s in a number?

    I recently watched an inspiring Channel 4 documentary entitled Fabulous Fashionistas. The cutting-edge short film presented six women with an average age of 80, who are determined to look fabulous and redefine old age. Sporting a short Mary...

  • Taking an active role

    We need strong public policies to facilitate social engagement in later life, says Dr Marvin Formosa, chairperson of the National Commission for Active Ageing. What new challenges does an increasingly ageing population present? The ageing of the...

  • Meet the grandparents

    We need to bridge generations and bring grandparents and grandchildren closer together, Philip Chircop tells Andrea Faye Christians. Last October 20 saw a first for Malta as the island hosted its first ever Grandparents Day. Already an officially...

  • Once upon a time

    If I squint my inner eye long and hard enough, I can just see them – they’re sitting down, as cosy as an old wireless set, warming up the leftovers of a conversation. Then they see me and wave. It’s my favourite version of an afterlife, and they...

  • Empower your health

    Physical rehabilitation helps patients regain their functional abilities quicker following surgery or illness. Situated in Manwel Dimech Street, Sliema, Livelife is the first private rehabilitation centre in Malta. It offers both inpatient and...

  • Caring for the elderly

    This year, Casa Antonia is celebrating its 10th anniversary since the opening of its nursing and residential home in Balzan. Offering long-term care, short-stay convalescence, and respite care, the residence is spread over a large area of...

  • Friends who care

    People over the age of 85 years are the fastest growing demographic, with half of them needing some form of help with their daily activities. However, over 95 per cent of older persons aged 75 years or older want to remain living in their own...

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