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  • Majority don’t trust institutions or PM to tackle corruption

    Majority don’t trust  institutions or PM  to tackle corruption

    A total 54% of respondents in a survey conducted for The Sunday Times of Malta said they have little trust or no trust at all in State institutions to take the necessary steps against corruption. 46% claimed to have a great deal of trust or a fair...

  • Donald Trump to urge unity in fight against terror in Saudi Arabia address

    Donald Trump to urge unity in fight against terror in Saudi Arabia address

    US president Donald Trump will use the nation that is home to Islam's holiest site as a backdrop to call for unity across the Muslim world in the fight against terrorism. Mr Trump's speech today, the centrepiece of his two-day visit to Saudi...

  • Peruvian authorities rescue 15-foot anaconda

    Peruvian authorities rescue 15-foot anaconda

    Peruvian environmental authorities rescued and released an anaconda of over 15 feet which had become partially trapped inside a plastic tube. Nathan Frandino reports.

  • Today's front pages

    Today's front pages

    The following are the top stories in national newspapers today. The Sunday Times of Malta says 54% of respondents in a survey conducted for the paper said they have little trust or no trust at all in State institutions to take the necessary steps...

  • Godfrey Farrugia sounds warning on abortion

    Godfrey Farrugia sounds warning on abortion

    A week after announcing he is to be a Democratic Party candidate on the PN ticket, Godfrey Farrugia speaks out about his reasons for quitting Labour and sounds a warning on abortion.  Is it true that your resignation from the PL and the decision...

  • Joseph Muscat's U-turn on embryo freezing paving way for abortion - Godfrey Farrugia

    Joseph Muscat's U-turn on embryo freezing paving way for abortion - Godfrey Farrugia

    Godfrey Farrugia has dismissed the Prime Minister’s assurance that a Labour government will not introduce abortion, warning that Joseph Muscat’s U-turn on embryo freezing is already paving the way for it. The former Labour Whip sounded the warning...

  • Brazil's embattled President describes compromising recording as 'doctored'

    Brazil's embattled President describes compromising recording as 'doctored'

    Brazilian president Michel Temer told the nation on Saturday that an incriminating audio recording of him had been doctored as he fought to save his job. "That clandestine recording was manipulated and doctored with (bad) intentions," Mr Temer...

  • Mass on Mother’s Day

    Mass on Mother’s Day

    A group of mothers got together at the Franciscan church in Ghajnsielem last Sunday for Mass celebrated by Fr Joe Caruana (pictured). During Mass, the mothers, some accompanied by their children, gathered around the presbytery, where Fr Caruana...

  • €3,200 for Hospice

    €3,200 for Hospice

    Representatives from Malta University Holding Company and BRND WGN met the Hospice Malta fundraising coordinator to hand over €3,200 raised from this year’s BRND WGN & University Ring Road Races. The MUHC has been organising these races since 2013...

  • GO Cares fund donates €2,500

    GO Cares fund donates €2,500

    The GO Cares Employee Fund has donated €2,500 to the Daughters of the Sacred Heart to support their missionary work in Tanzania. The funds were raised by GO employees through a figolli sale last Easter. Josephine Grima, senior manager, HR...

  • Friends of Australia mark 40th anniversary

    Friends of Australia mark 40th  anniversary

    Mgr Philip Calleja founded the Friends of Australia Association (FOAA) in April 1977 to promote friendship and understanding between the citizens of Malta and those of Australia by means of cultural, educational and social activities. He always...

  • ŻiguŻajg earns European recognition

    The ŻiguŻajg International Arts Festival for Children & Young People has just been awarded the Europe for Festivals, Festivals for Europe (EFFE) label 2017-2018, meaning it is now part of the EFFE festival community, a selection of...

  • Celebrating Maria Teresa Spinelli

    Celebrating Maria Teresa Spinelli

    St Monica schools recently celebrated the memory of Maria Teresa Spinelli, the founder of the Augustinian Sisters Servants of Jesus and Mary, who was declared venerable by Pope Francis last October. Around 1,590 students attending schools in...

  • Nior London skincare products launched in Malta

    Nior London skincare products launched in Malta

    An exclusive preview of the Nior London range of skincare products was held at Palazzo Castelletti in Rabat.

  • Foundation helps The Foodbank

    Foundation helps The Foodbank

    The Alfred Mizzi Foundation has agreed to support The Foodbank run by Rev Kim Hurst at St Andrew’s church in Valletta. Rev Hurst and her volunteers provide food parcels to families going through temporary hardships. She was delighted and very...

  • Interiority, transparency

    Today’s readings: Acts 8,5-8.14-17; 1 Peter 3,15-18; John 14,15-21. There is something very specific and rich in today’s readings about the true meaning of Christian commitment in the world. This commitment is not simply a presence that translates...

  • Intact team named Start Up of the Year

    Intact team named Start Up of the Year

    Intact was named ‘Start Up of the Year’ at the Junior Achievement Young Enterprise Malta Foundation Start Up Programme finals held at the Hilton Malta, St Julian’s. Intact is a young team of five first year students attending St Martin’s Institute...

  • Venerating Mary, the new Eve

    Venerating Mary, the new Eve

    A medieval ballad has Mary at the foot of the Cross angrily addressing the Eternal Father with the words: “If I had known that it would end this way, I would not have said yes”. The composer of this irreverent ballad was clearly not conversant...

  • New JCA executive committee team

    New JCA executive committee team

    “For the first time, the elected executive committee team of the Junior Chamber of Advocates is made up of students coming from all the different years of the law course, making this team a representative one which should help us attract even more...

  • Quotes and news

    During the press conference on the return flight from Fatima, Pope Francis said he has doubts about claims that Our Lady continues to appear in the village of Bosnia-Herzegovina. These apparations allegedly started in 1981 and are said to continue...