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  • Announcements

    CORDINA. On April 11, JOSEPH, of Paola, aged 86, passed away peacefully comforted by the rites of Holy Church. He leaves to mourn his great loss his wife Marianne, née Calleja, his daughter Lydia Caruana and her husband Robert, his son David and...

  • Fr Anton Azzopardi SJ

    John Consiglio writes: Quiet, always deeply spiritual but also profoundly enthusiastic in all he did, a great intellectual and researcher, and, above all, a genuine Jesuit and educator, Fr Anton radiated peace and the love of God in all who worked...

  • Announcements

    AQUILINA. On April 12, YVONNE, née Bamber, of Paola, widow of Saviour, aged 88, passed away peacefully, comforted by the rites of Holy Church. She leaves to mourn her loss her beloved children Michael, Robert, Jeffrey and Maria and their spouses,...

  • Announcements

    AQUILINA. On April 12, YVONNE, née Bamber, of Paola, widow of Saviour, aged 88, passed away peacefully, comforted by the rites of Holy Church. She leaves to mourn her loss her beloved children Michael, Robert, Jeffrey and Maria and their spouses,...

  • High five for The Point

    High five for The Point

    The Point celebrated its fifth birthday with events and activities for the family. Shoppers got balloons with gift vouchers inside and customers were offered a 20 per cent discount when shopping. Seen here are Mirella Agius, Daniela Fenech, Edwin...

  • Language school gala evening

    Language school gala evening

    IELS English language school for foreign students recently celebrated its 30th anniversary with a gala evening at The Xara Lodge, Rabat. Seen here are Maurice Mizzi, Maria Micallef and Hugh Mercieca.

  • Puttinu Cares donation

    Puttinu Cares donation

    Water Services Corporation, Enemalta plc and ARMS Ltd employees joined forces to raise funds in aid of Puttinu Cares. On behalf of their colleagues, WSC CEO William Wait, Yorana Carabott (ARMS) and Redent Balzan (Enemalta) presented a €2,663.84...

  • European Money Week for young people

    European Money Week for young people

    The European Banking Federation organised the first-ever European Money Week, which saw a range of events designed to boost awareness on financial literacy and financial education for young people. The Malta Bankers Association, in collaboration...

  • Spring sale yields €1k

    Piscopo Gardens’s spring sale last month was a success that yielded €1,000 for the Puttinu Cares Foundation. Customers received a 20 per cent discount on plants and other items and the company threw in an additional five per cent of the...

  • Children’s sports day

    Children’s sports day

    St Monica School of Mosta held its annual sports day at Ta’ Qali Basketball Pavilion. The theme of this year’s event was ‘Pick a flower for our spring shower’. Two teams, Minnie Mouse and Daisy Duck, competed against each other to gain points to...

  • Gozo hospital staff in dementia training

    The Parliamentary Secretariat for Rights of Persons with Disability and Active Ageing is to continue organising dementia training courses for employees in care-related sectors, including Gozo General Hospital. The aim is to train more people,...

  • Gudja council in EU project

    Gudja council in EU project

    Gudja council has participated as a partner in the EU project Adventure Through the Lens, organised by ICI ambassadors in York, UK, under the EU’s Erasmus+ programme. These projects help young people to integrate with different cultures and...

  • Group cleans up Wignacourt Tower

    Group cleans up Wignacourt Tower

    Eden Leisure Group has organised a clean-up day of the newly renovated Wignacourt Tower in St Paul’s Bay. It is the oldest coastal watch tower still standing in Malta, built by Grand Master Alof de Wignacourt in 1610. Under the supervision of Din...

  • Gift of music

    Gift of music

    Around 200 students were treated to excerpts from Hansel and Gretel and Pictures at an exhibition by five musicians from the Malta Philharmonic Orchestra, known as the Cosmos Wind Ensemble, at the Robert Samut Hall. Sponsored by the HSBC Malta...

  • Public lecture on Japanese prehistory

    British archaeologist Simon Kaner will be giving a public lecture entitled ‘Precocious foragers: flame pots and figurines from Jomon Japan’ on Wednesday at 6pm at the premises of the Superintendence of Cultural Heritage at 173, St Christopher...

  • Master of Science degree

    Maltese language teacher Paul Gatt has been awarded a Master of Science degree in educational leadership by the University of Leicester, graduating with Merit. His dissertation focused on an understanding of how the education reform under way in...

  • NGOs raise €1,000 to help children with disabilities communicate musically

    Raise, a new foundation focused on promoting collaboration between local and foreign non-governmental organisations, raised almost €1,000 to buy musical instruments for use by children at Inspire foundation. The collaboration with Inspire is one...

  • Events for your diary

    • The Malta Barbecue and Grilling Association is organising a series of training sessions every Saturday, starting from April 18, to May 9. This is an opportunity for anyone to learn and enjoy culinary traits and the secrets of barbecuing and...

  • The President’s engagements

    8.30am The President is interviewed by Joe Micallef for In-Nazzjon at San Anton Palace, Attard. 10am The President presides over the Soapbox competition award-giving ceremony held during Paqpaqli għall-Istrina 2014 at San Anton Palace. 11am The...

  • Announcements

    ATTARD MONTALTO. Giulia née Gera de Petri Testaferrata and Mark are delighted to announce the birth, on March 22 at Mater Dei Hospital, of their second-born son – RAPHAEL, a most welcome brother to Michael. Deo gratias et Mariæ. CACCIOTTOLO. On...

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