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  • Man attacked by python while taking selfie

    Man attacked by python while taking selfie

    A python attacked a man as a group of people tried to take a selfie with it in the Sirohi district of India's northwestern Rajasthan state on Friday. The incident took place when forest department officials removed a python that had entered the...

  • Global efforts against ivory trafficking 'still fall short'

    Global efforts against ivory trafficking 'still fall short'

    Conservationists have said poaching syndicates moved large shipments of elephant ivory in 2015 despite international efforts to halt the trade. Delegates at an international wildlife meeting in South Africa heard that this came despite growing...

  • Watch: The girl who wants to be US president interviews Maltese president

    Watch: The girl who wants to be US president interviews Maltese president

    Zuriel Oduwele, a 14-year-old intrepid reporter, exudes the kind of confidence Cristiano Ronaldo oozes with when approaching a penalty kick. When asked if it was her dream to become a journalist when she grows up, her answer was categoric: "No, I...

  • 24th Malta Airshow will fly by today and Sunday

    24th Malta Airshow will fly by today and Sunday

    Updated with video of flying display. The 24th edition of the Malta International Airshow kicked off today and continues tomorrow. A static display is being held at Malta International Airport (near Lufthansa Teknik), featuring participants from...

  • Church raises €190,880 for Italy earthquake victims

    Church raises €190,880 for Italy earthquake victims

    The Church has so far raised €190,880 in aid of the victims of the August 24 earthquake in central Italy. Money was collected in all parishes and through the Caritas Malta Emergency Fund, the Curia said.  Archbishop Charles J Scicluna thanked all...

  • Corbyn comfortably re-elected British labour leader

    Corbyn comfortably re-elected British labour leader

    Jeremy Corbyn has been comfortably re-elected leader of the British Labour Party, easily bearing off a challenge by Owen Smith. He won 313,209 votes or 61.8 per cent, slightly more than the 60 per cent when he was first elected.  Corbyn was...

  • Schools prepare to welcome pupils - Year 4 classes to get tablets

    Schools prepare to welcome pupils - Year 4 classes to get tablets

    Over 56,000 pupils and 10,000 educators will be returning to school in the coming days as the new scholastic year gets underway. The Education Ministry said that on Monday, a total of 31,873 students will commence their scholastic year in primary...

  • Call issued for geological study of Malta-Gozo seabed for tunnel feasibility, PN says years were wasted

    Call issued for geological study of Malta-Gozo seabed for tunnel feasibility, PN says years were wasted

    Transport Malta has issued a call for tenders for a geological study of the sub-surface of the Malta-Gozo Channel. The winning contractor will conduct geotechnical investigations at various points on land and in the channel, with drilling expected...

  • Man who grew eight plants has his jail term reduced

    Man who grew eight plants has his jail term reduced

    A 45-year-old man who cultivated eight cannabis plants at his home had his three-year jail term reduced to just one after an Appeals Court found that the case had taken almost 10 years to be heard and this must be taken into consideration. Madam...

  • Photos of the week - Times of Malta

    Photos of the week - Times of Malta

    Times of Malta presents a selection of its photographers' choice of their best photos over the past days.  

  • UN protection expert: end the autumn hunt - strong letter to the prime minister

    UN protection expert: end the autumn hunt - strong letter to the prime minister

    Updated at 9.45pm with FKNK statement The surge in the illegal hunting of protected birds has caught the attention of United Nations Patron of the Seas Lewis Pugh, who has sent a warning shot to Prime Minister Joseph Muscat in a strongly worded...

  • Watch: Protesters pull down Manoel Island fencing, hold new protest, as government, PA join calls for access to foreshore

    Watch: Protesters pull down Manoel Island fencing, hold new protest, as government, PA join calls for access to foreshore

    Updated at 7.30am, 11am Saturday: Adds statement by Kamp Emerġenza Ambjent, new protest at Manoel Island, 2.30pm - adds PN statement, 3.15pm - adds PL's reply, 3.30pm - adds AD statement. Members of the protest group Kamp Emerġenza Ambjent this...

  • Malta newspapers in review

    Malta newspapers in review

    The following are the top stories in the Maltese newspapers. Times of Malta reports how a UN protection expect has called for an end to the autumn bird hunt in Malta. L-orizzont says the number of people registering for work is the lowest in 37...

  • Four dead in shooting at mall in Washington state

    Four dead in shooting at mall in Washington state

    Four people have been shot dead at a mall in northwest Washington state and the gunman has fled the scene, police said. The shooting occurred at about 7 p.m. local time Friday at the Cascade Mall in Burlington, Washington, about 65 miles (105 km)...

  • Announcements

    SANT CASSIA. On Thursday, September 22, at Mater Dei Hospital, after a long illness borne with Christian fortitude, MARIO, Ph.C., MD, residing at Wardija, St Paul’s Bay, aged 92, surrounded by his family and comforted by the rites of  Holy Church,...

  • Pharmacies open tomorrow

    Collis Williams Pharmacy, 15, Republic Street, Valletta (2122 6281); National Pharmacy, 17, St Mary Street, Ħamrun (2122 5539); Drugshop Pinto Pharmacy, 43, St Sebastian Street, Qormi (2148 7311); The Local Dispensary, Canon K. Pirotta Street,...

  • Open day at Karl Vella Foundation in Attard

    Open day at Karl Vella Foundation in Attard

    The Karl Vella Foundation, which offers free educational and psychological support to children aged five to 17, who have a family member who is ill, is marking the first anniversary of the opening of its centre in Attard tomorrow. This event is...

  • Quiz night at Eden SuperBowl

    The Eden SuperBowl is tonight hosting a quiz night organised by quiz masters M&L. Teams can be made up of a minimum of two people to a maximum of eight of any age. A small participation fee is required. There will be offers at the bar and the...

  • The Bubble: A Festival of Love this weekend

    The Bubble: A Festival of Love this weekend

    The Bubble – A Festival of Love, happening this weekend at The Elysium and the surrounding area in Għajn Tuffieħa, is hosting various activities as it celebrates contemporary art and music with a special focus on positive awareness-raising...

  • Michael Bublé on the big screen

    Michael Bublé on the big screen

    Eden Cinemas is tomorrow presenting Michael Bublé – Tour Stop 148, a film about the Canadian superstar’s successful sold-out To Be Loved Tour which concluded in 2015 and was seen globally by over two million fans. Filmed for the big screen with...

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