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  • Celebrating two centuries of public auditing in Malta

    Celebrating two centuries of public auditing in Malta

    This year marks the 200th anniversary since the establishment of the Audit Office in Malta in 1814 by Governor Thomas Maitland to address lax accounting practices, corruption, poor financial information, competence of officials and inadequate...

  • Best Western India Hotel Group signs up for Busy Rooms

    Best Western India Hotel Group signs up for Busy Rooms

    Busy Rooms will be supporting the Best Western India Hotel Group with an entire central reservation solution made up of technology, distribution, optimisation and support services. The full membership package includes Busy Rooms’ own central...

  • The missing link in the City

    The missing link in the City

    Ed eats Sciacca GrillSouth StreetVallettaTel: 2123 7222 Food: 8/10Service: 6/10Ambience: 7/10Value: 6/10Overall: 7/10 On the menu today we have a short story for starters, and my take on a restaurant I’ve been meaning to try for a while as main...

  • Valletta soul in decline

    Valletta soul in decline

    The protagonist of Tony Cassar Darien’s Il-Kennies tal-Ġenna, held in Pjazza Teatru Rjal, Valletta, Ġanni, is an honest man. However, he has lost the one woman he loved and has also been treated unjustly by his employers at the bank where he used...

  • A new expression of skincare

    A new expression of skincare

    Chanel’s Le Lift line has expanded, with the brand’s first three creams joined by two new products: Le Lift Sérum and Le Lift Crème Yeux, which help combat signs of ageing and skin regeneration. Le Lift Sérum is endowed with the anti-ageing powers...

  • Pedicabs’ uphill struggle

    Pedicabs’ uphill struggle

    T.C. O’Rourke has encountered plenty of nasty weather in his years as a Chicago pedicab operator – rain, snow and steamy summer heat. But he has never pedalled into a headwind as rough as this year’s blast from City Hall, which has imposed some of...

  • Making a meal of mince

    Making a meal of mince

    I have so many chicken recipes I could probably write a book entitled Fifty Ways with Chicken. Then, as I have dozens of recipes using minced meat, I could write a sequel called Fifty Ways with Mince. Like chicken, mince, be it beef, pork or lamb,...

  • The puppet and the bullies

    The puppet and the bullies

    With the countdown to popular festival ŻiguŻajg finally begun, Jo Caruana chats to writer and actress Veronica Stivala about her upcoming children’s show, Cookie and the Art of Bullying. International children’s festival ŻiguŻajg returns next...

  • When things go wrong in the EU

    When things go wrong in the EU

    When travelling to another EU country, be it on holiday, for business or to study, should you fall ill or have an accident you have the same rights to healthcare as people insured in that country. In case of an emergency you can contact any of the...

  • French-style wining and dining

    French-style wining and dining

    Burgundy wines from Maison Louis Jadot were the stars of a well-attended wine and dine evening organised by the wines and spirits division of Attard & Co. Ltd. The evening at Essence restaurant at the Radisson Blu Resort & Spa, Golden Sands, was...

  • More artists join Talbot & Bons Music Marathon

    More artists join Talbot & Bons Music Marathon

    New passenger arrivals to Malta will be greeted by something a little different next weekend – the vibrant voices of some of Malta’s top artists and performers as they take part in the first-ever Talbot and Bons Live Music Marathon at Skyparks in...

  • Brooks Brothers opens Valletta outlet

  • Booking a break at work

    Booking a break at work

    According to a One Poll survey commissioned by online travel retailer Bravofly, a cheeky one in seven people search for deals when the boss isn’t looking. Another third use their work computer to browse and book and one in 10 Brits admitted...

  • Voices receive support

    Voices receive support

    Kinnie is once again supporting the popular Voices concerts, which raise money for charitable causes. Lara Filletti, brand executive for Kinnie, said: “We are extremely proud to be long-time supporters of the Voices initiative through our flagship...

  • Somewhat undercooked

    Somewhat undercooked

    The Hundred-Foot JourneyDirector: Lass HallströmStarring: Helen Mirren, Om Puri, Manish Dayal122 mins; Class 18;KRS Releasing Ltd It is rather easy to recognise a Lasse Hallström film. The Swedish director’s résumé boasts a varied confection of...

  • Sif Jakobs launch in Valletta

    Sif Jakobs launch in Valletta

    Icelandic designer Sif Jakobs, who has just launched her new jewellery collection at 202 Jewellery in Valletta on October 3.

  • No plans for UK entry Ebola tests

    No plans for UK entry Ebola tests

    Health officials have revealed there are no plans to screen travellers entering the UK for the deadly Ebola virus, as more than 100 army medics prepare to travel to Sierra Leone to help tackle the epidemic. Public Health England (PHE) said the...

  • Sunday buffet lunch by the waterfront

    The Regatta Restaurant at the Waterfront Hotel, Sliema, is once again serving Sunday buffet lunch. Guests can indulge in a vast selection of antipasti and cold cuts, hot dishes, carvery, pasta dishes and desserts while enjoying views of the...

  • Comparisons are to be expected

    Comparisons are to be expected

    If I StayDirector: R. J. CuttlerStarring: Chloë Grace Moretz, Mireille Enos, Jamie Blackley107 mins; Class 12;KRS Releasing Ltd Young adult fiction has provided the foundation of many a successful movie: from the Harry Potter franchise to The...

  • The winner takes the watch

    The winner takes the watch

    The winner of today’s Mdina Grand Prix race will receive a Chopard Mille Miglia 2014 watch. Originally the brainchild of French entrepreneur and classic car enthusiast Thierry Giovannini, Malta’s Classic Car Grand Prix has evolved into a classic...

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