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  • Le Meridien general manager at London conference

    Le Meridien general manager at London conference

    Alex Incorvaja,  general manager of Le Meridien St Julian’s Hotel & Spa took part in the recent Marriott 2017 Europe General Managers Conference in London. This prestigious event brought together 350 general managers representing the 30 brands...

  • Skolasport basketball sessions

    Skolasport basketball sessions

    Sixty-one boys and girls aged between seven and 16 are practising basketball at the Cottonera Sports Complex as part of the #OnTheMove Skolasport programme supported by Kellogg’s. Ruben Baldacchino, Sport Malta head coach at the complex, said:...

  • Elvis tribute artist in Malta

    Elvis tribute artist Gordon Davis will be coming to Malta on May 6. Fans of the great Elvis Presley will be thrilled to attend a live concert focusing on the musical legacy the great singer left behind when he died in August 1977. The Maltese...

  • Science Safari at Pembroke

    Science Safari at Pembroke

    National Sport School students Andrea Mifsud, Kimahri Charles and Alexandra Gatt won this year’s Science Safari held recently held at Pembroke Heri­tage Trail. Teams of students from St Augustine College and San Anton School placed second and...

  • Il Volo to perform in Malta again

    Il Volo to perform in Malta again

    The young Italian singing trio Il Volo will be back in Malta in June for a concert called ‘A tribute to the three tenors’. Baritone Gianluca Ginoble and tenors Piero Barone and Ignazio Boschetto, who were last in Malta in August 2015, will be...

  • University of Malta among top places to study game design

    University of Malta among top places to study game design

    The University of Malta’s Institute of Digital Games was ranked 23rd in a recent list of the top 25 graduate schools to study game design for 2017 compiled by The Princeton Review. It chose the schools based on a survey it conducted in 2016 of 150...

  • Master of Science in sport

    Maria de Battista will be graduating this week with an MSc in Sport Management, Governance and Policy after having submitted her final piece of work in September 2016. Ms de Battista was awarded a Malta Sport Scholarship by the Maltese Government...

  • Duke of Edinburgh international award

    Duke of Edinburgh international award

    The Duke of Edinburgh’s International Award in Malta recently had the honour of thanking Marion Cilia for her long service to the award. Ms Cilia retired after being involved, in one way or another, for some 50 years. Testament to the importance...

  • Easter Sunday in Xewkija

    Easter Sunday in Xewkija

    Easter was celebrated last Sunday in Xewkija with a procession through the streets of the town with the statue of the Risen Christ, accompanied by performances by the Precursor Band. Photo shows the statue being carried out of the Xewkija Rotunda.

  • Donation to Hospice

    Donation to Hospice

    Watercolour artist Susan Galea Borg recently presented €925 to Hospice Malta manager Kenneth Delia. The amount was 50 per cent of the proceeds from the sale of paintings from her exhibition Evergreen. The artist’s sunflower painting (seen in the...

  • Huge figolla raises €3,520 for Puttinu

    Huge figolla raises €3,520 for Puttinu

    A total of €3,520 was raised in aid of Puttinu Cares from donations made by people visiting Arkadia commercial centre, Victoria, on Easter Saturday. As a token of appreciation they were given a slice of a huge Easter pie (figolla) prepared by...

  • Easter Sunday blessing

    Easter Sunday blessing

    Following Easter Mass last Sunday, Fr Joe Caruana, in the name of the Ta’ Gieżu community, hosted children and their parents to a fraternity moment on the church parvis in Għajnsielem, where he blessed Easter eggs and distributed them to the...

  • Having fun at Villa Rundle

    Having fun at Villa Rundle

    A fun Easter activity for families entitled Hip Hop Hurray was held at Villa Rundle Gardens, Victoria, last Sunday. The event included party games, rides, a bouncy castle, crafts, dancing and storytelling, animators in costume and the distribution...

  • Announcements

    BUTTIGIEG. On March 10, at Mater Dei Hospital, to Louise née Galea and Marco, God’s precious gift of a son – ANDREW, a most welcome brother to Jamie and Nicky. GALEA. On April 18, at Mater Dei Hospital, to Martina, née Camilleri, and Matthew,...

  • Victoria Scouts Camp in Dwejra

    Victoria Scouts Camp in Dwejra

    Victoria Scout Group organised its annual Easter camp at Dwejra.  During the event the four sections of the group – the Cub Scout Packs, the Troop Section, the Venture Unit and the Rover Crew – took part in various activities including athletics,...

  • The President’s engagements

    8.30am The President delivers a speech during a meeting on sustainable development goals, organised by SOS Malta in partnership with Deloitte, at the Deloitte offices in Mrieħel. 10am The President meets a group of students participating in an...

  • For your diary

    • A blood donation session will be held at the Gozo General Hospital Outpatients Department today from 8am to 1pm and on Tuesday from 1 to 5pm. • The 33rd edition of the traditional Fiera ta’ l-Għadira will be held today from noon onwards at...

  • Pharmacies open today

    Chemimart City Gate Pharmacy, City Gate, Valletta (2123 8355);National Pharmacy, 17, St Mary Street, Ħamrun (2122 5539);Tal-Ħlas Pharmacy, Freedom Street, Qormi (2148 7739);The Local Dispensary, Canon K. Pirotta Street, Birkirkara (2149 3549);St...

  • Egrant had just one shareholder from July 2013 onwards, says Brian Tonna

    Egrant had just one shareholder from July 2013 onwards, says  Brian Tonna

    Two companies named as Egrant shareholders in transcripts of two alleged declaration of trusts published by blogger Daphne Caruana Galizia ceased to have an interest in the company in July 2013, Nexia BT managing partner Brian Tonna has said.  In...

  • EU mulls legislation in the fight against online hate speech

    EU mulls legislation in the fight against online hate speech

    The European Union is considering legislative measures to harmonise how online platforms like Facebook, Twitter and Google take down hate speech and incitement to violence, a draft document seen by Reuters shows. The proliferation of hate speech...

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