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  • 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.

  • Evarist Bartolo rules himself out of PL deputy leader race

    Evarist Bartolo rules himself out of PL deputy leader race

    Education Minister Evarist Bartolo has ruled himself out of the race for the Labour Party deputy leader for party affairs. In a post on Facebook this morning, Mr Bartolo said the best way for him to continue working for social justice and...

  • Marlene Farrugia to forge ahead with confidence motion against Konrad Mizzi

    Marlene Farrugia to forge ahead with confidence motion against Konrad Mizzi

    Independent MP Marlene Farrugia yesterday said she will be forging ahead with the no confidence motion she filed against Minister without Portfolio Konrad Mizzi. “Konrad Mizzi is still part of Cabinet. The Prime Minister’s move is only a cosmetic...

  • Local newspaper review

    Local newspaper review

    These are the main stories in today's Maltese newspapers: Times of Malta reports that Enemalta is estimated to be ‘saving’ about €17 million a year after 700-odd workers were shifted to different public entities. It also reported that Prime...

  • Anti-Trump protests break out again in California

    Anti-Trump protests break out again in California

    Protests erupted in California for the second day in a row last night against U.S. presidential candidate Donald Trump, who is moving closer to winning the Republican nomination after a string of victories this week. The billionaire businessman...

  • €17m wage bill ‘shifted’ from Enemalta to public

    €17m wage bill ‘shifted’ from Enemalta to public

    Enemalta is estimated to be ‘saving’ about €17 million a year after 700-odd workers were shifted to different public entities, Times of Malta has learnt. This newspaper is informed that officially there are no employees on the books of the ‘new’...

  • Announcements

    FENECH – HETTIE, née Russell. In loving memory, on the 41st anniversary of her death. Miriam, Shirley and family. MALLIA. Treasured and everlasting memories of dearest MARIKA, a beloved wife, mother and grandmother, on the fifth anniversary of her...

  • When WWII time bombs created terror in Żejtun

    When WWII time bombs created terror in Żejtun

    Victims who died when time bombs were dropped on Żejtun on May 2, 1942, will tomorrow be commemorated in a day of remembrance being organised by the Żejtun local council, accompanied by the locality’s three band clubs and some parish...

  • Autism awareness Fun Day with APA

    Autism awareness Fun Day with APA

    Breaking down barriers is one of the Autism Parents Association’s main goals. It is today holding a Fun Day at Guardian Angel School in Ħamrun from 3 to 6pm. During this event, visitors will have the opportunity to meet some of the local...

  • Din l-Art Ħelwa retrospective exhibition

    Din l-Art Ħelwa retrospective exhibition

    Din l-Art Ħelwa is holding a retrospective photographic exhibition of all past winners of the Din l-Art Ħelwa Awards for Architectural Heritage spanning the period between 2005 and 2015, as the closing event for the full year of celebrations for...

  • Pilgrimage in Mdina today

    Pilgrimage in Mdina today

    The National Council of Women, together with the Catholic Action Women’s Branch are this afternoon holding a pilgrimage followed by thanksgiving Mass in commemoration of International Women’s Day, Workers Day and the Jubilee Year of Mercy. They...

  • Pharmacies open tomorrow

    Chemimart City Gate Pharmacy, City Gate, Valletta (2123 8355);St Gaetan Pharmacy, Parish Priest Mifsud Street, Ħamrun (2123 4570);Lantern Pharmacy, Kebbies Square, Santa Venera (2144 4648);St Jude Pharmacy, 213, Valley Road, Birkirkara (2149...

  • Phone roaming charges down across EU from today

    Phone roaming charges down across EU from today

    Calling, texting or surfing online from other EU member states will get cheaper from today. When travelling in the EU, mobile devices users will only pay a small amount on top of their domestic prices: up to 5 cents per minute of call made, 2c per...

  • Sicilian councillor arrested with drugs on way to Malta

    Sicilian councillor arrested with drugs on way to Malta

    A Sicilian councillor was among those arrested for carrying drugs on board the catamaran to Malta, the Italian media has reported. Tony Bonafede, 31, from the Partito Democratico in Siracusa was arrested along with two other men as he was about...

  • Coping with autism... and the lack of empathy

    Coping with autism... and the lack of empathy

    Unseen, but ever-present Coping with autism is as difficult for a parent as it is for the child – especially because, being a condition that is not immediately obvious to outsiders it tends to lag behind when it comes to empathy. Audrey Komrij...

  • Power out in Sliema, Gzira as cable fails

    Power out in Sliema, Gzira as cable fails

    A power outage has caused a blackout in many parts of Sliema and Gzira, readers have reported. A spokesman for Enemalta said a high tension cable failed and engineers were working to repair the fault, the cause of which is not yet known. Power was...

  • Britain's Prince Harry recruits Queen, Obamas for promo video

    Britain's Prince Harry recruits Queen, Obamas for promo video

    Britain's Prince Harry did the almost impossible -- he recruited the very private Queen Elizabeth - his grandmother - for a promo video. It's for a good cause... ... the Invictus Games, celebrating the athleticism of disabled military...

  • Fort Rinella is back in war action

    Fort Rinella is back in war action

    If you have ever wondered how Victorian soldiers trained in Malta, where they lived, what they ate and drunk and what weapons they used you will find your answers at Fort Rinella this Sunday. Victorian Garrison will come to life at the battery in...

  • Family track down site of World War I Maltese sailor's grave

    Family track down site of World War I Maltese sailor's grave

    The family of a Maltese man who perished in the biggest naval battle of World War I can finally get closure after the Royal Naval Association tracked down the memorial where he is commemorated. Of the 1,017 crew on the battle-cruiser HMS...

  • Pop went the weasel and down went the large Hadron Collider

    Pop went the weasel and down went the large Hadron Collider

    One of the world's most complex machines has been temporarily immobilised - by a weasel. The world's largest atom smasher, the Large Hadron Collider at Cern outside Geneva, has suspended operations because a weasel invaded a transformer that helps...