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    AGIUS. On February 19, at Mater Dei Hospital ANTHONY aged 97 of Sliema, passed away peacefully comforted by the rites of Holy Church. He leaves to mourn his loss  his children Geraldine, Doris, Antoinette, Lucienne and their spouses,...

  • Ħamrun carnival

    Ħamrun carnival

    After last year’s successful revival, Ħamrun will be celebrating carnival once again on Sunday morning, with a spectacle that promises to be bigger and better. “The feedback after last year’s revival was fantastic and very encouraging,” said Efrem...

  • Carnival at Duwi Balli

    Carnival at Duwi Balli

    Ġewwa Barra (Inside Outside), Valletta 2018’s ongoing community project with Valletta residents, has a programme of activities set for the carnival period. On Sunday, the experiences of Duwi Balli residents will be narrated through the photographs...

  • Trekking through valleys

    The Ramblers Association Malta is organising a walk around Xemxija, L-Imbordin and Manikata today. Expected to last between two to three hours, this scenic walk will also take in historical points along the way. It is classified as easy to...

  • Calling all poets

    Calling all poets

    Submissions for next month’s annual literature contest Ġieħ iż-Żejtun are open. Open to all ages, each individual can submit up to two literary works within one of four categories: best writing using the Żejtun dialect, best writing using standard...

  • Shakespeare and the digital world

    Shakespeare and the digital world

    In a unique partnership with Intel, the Royal Shakespeare Company presents a retelling of The Tempest, screening tonight in Valletta as part of Spazju Kreattiv’s programme. The most advanced technology has been adopted to bring to the stage a bold...

  • LGBTIQ+ conference

    LGBTIQ+ conference

    A conference entitled Family #UnconditionalLove is being held this afternoon in Mosta. Organised by Drachma, a local support group for LGBTIQ people and for parents with LGBTIQ children, this international conference will gather participants from...

  • Politicians wielding 'toxic us and them' rhetoric, Amnesty warns

    Politicians wielding 'toxic us and them' rhetoric, Amnesty warns

    Politicians wielding a toxic, dehumanising "us vs them" rhetoric are creating a more divided and dangerous Europe, Amnesty International has warned. 2017 will see ongoing crises exacerbated by a debilitating absence of human rights leadership on a...

  • Teacher’s conviction raised in parliament

    Teacher’s conviction raised in parliament

    The case of Dorianne Camilleri, the 34-year-old teacher who was sentenced to five years in jail for involuntarily killing a man and injuring his sister in a traffic accident in 2011, was raised in parliament this evening by Nationalist MP Antoine...

  • No injuries in two armed hold-ups

    No injuries in two armed hold-ups

    No one was injured in thefts from two separate shops this evening. The police said a hooded man entered a shop in Triq Ġiovanni Curmi, Iklin, at 7pm, and asked the 44-year-old shopkeeper for money. The woman claimed he was carrying a firearm. He...

  • PN approves six more election candidates

    PN approves six more election candidates

    The Nationalist Party today approved another six candidates for the general election, bringing the total number to 85. They are Ivan Bartolo, Errol Cutajar, Chris Sansone, Connie Scerri, Mary Grace Vella and Jason Zammit. In a meeting of the...

  • Reform in media law intended to bolster press freedom

    Reform in media law intended to bolster press freedom

    The reform in media laws was not coming from Pyongyang, but a government that wanted to bolster press freedom, Education Minister Evarist Bartolo said this evening. He was speaking during a meeting with the Institute of Maltese Journalists, held...

  • 710 people died of cancer last year

    710 people died of cancer last year

    A total 710 people - 403 men and 307 women died of cancer between January and September last year, Health Minister Chris Fearne said this evening. Answering a parliamentary question by Anthony Agius Decelis (PL), Mr Fearne said that was a patient...

  • Minister objects to Opposition remarks on Media Bill

    Minister objects to Opposition remarks on Media Bill

    Justice Minister Owen Bonnici this evening objected to remarks by Shadow Minister for Justice Jason Azzopardi yesterday, who likened the Media Defamation Bill to similar legislation in Banglasdesh, Iran and Russia. This was because, according to...

  • Robert Mugabe praises Donald Trump's 'America First' policy

    Robert Mugabe praises Donald Trump's 'America First' policy

    Donald Trump's "America First" policy has an admirer in Zimbabwe's controversial leader Robert Mugabe, who says the policy resonates with his own thinking. President Mugabe, who turned 93 on Tuesday and is the world's oldest head of state, spoke...

  • €50 million project to add 640 social-housing units

    €50 million project to add 640 social-housing units

    A €50 million investment will see the first of 640 new social-housing units ready by the end of the year, the Social Solidarity Ministry said. This will be the first substantial drive in years by the Housing Authority to build social housing units...

  • Italian taxi drivers clash with riot police during strike over Uber

    Italian taxi drivers clash with riot police during strike over Uber

    Thousands of Italian taxi drivers protesting against legislation they say will favour Uber have clashed with riot police during a week-long strike that has crippled transportation in Rome, Milan and Turin. The cabbies marched through the capital...

  • All sewed up: €100,000 direct order for prison sewing programme

    All sewed up: €100,000 direct order for prison sewing programme

    A fashion designer who ran a controversial sewing programme at the prisons in 2014 received €100,000 via a direct order, government documents show. The amount makes up about a third of all the direct orders issued by the prison authorities so far...

  • GO reports pre-tax profit of €28.1 million

    GO reports pre-tax profit of €28.1 million

    GO has reported a profit before tax of €28.1 million, the company announced today.  It said its robust performance was underpinned by significant year on year increases in revenues, which grew by €33.3 million to €157 million, and in group...

  • Melita must pay €10,000 fine for ignoring contract termination requests

    Melita must pay €10,000 fine for ignoring contract termination requests

    Updated 6.45pm with Melita statement Melita must pay a €10,000 fine after it ignored customers' requests to terminate their phone and internet service contracts, an administrative review tribunal confirmed today. The tribunal was confirming a...

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