Ġnien l-Għarusa tal-Mosta regenerated

Restoration works on Victoria Lines to be carried out

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The President’s engagements


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Pharmacies open today - May 19, 2019


Announcements - May 19, 2019

Obituaries BONNICI. On Saturday, May 18, at Mater Dei Hospital, JOSEPH, director Paolo...

Things to do today - May 19, 2019

• Enjoy the annual Dwejra festival in Dwejra Bay, Gozo. • Join a tour of Villa...

€7m social housing plans in Valletta

Around 180 apartments will be fixed or repurposed as part of broader project

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Family fun day

An event for the whole family in aid of charity is being held tomorrow at the Marsascala promenade. Visitors...

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National Youth Band at Mdina

The National Youth Band will march through the streets of Mdina tomorrow, from 10.30am, to celebrate the...

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Pharmacies open tomorrow

9am to noon

XTERRA weekend at Majjistral

XTERRA Malta, part of the European XTERRA Race Series, takes place in the nature reserve of Majjistral on...

Dwejra festival

The annual Dwejra festival set in the picturesque Dwejra Bay in Gozo will this year focus more on children, with...

What happened on... May 18

25 and 50 years ago

Announcements - May 18, 2019

Obituary TABONE – JOE, aged 79, has passed away to eternal life in Albany, USA,...

Workshop and storytelling for kids

Palazzo Falson Historic House Museum in Mdina will house a spring plant and pollinator workshop and storytelling...

Oldest illustration of former Garzes tower discovered in Italy

Sketch was found by Arnold Cassola in an old manuscript

Kite festival of diversity brightens capital’s skies

200 children took part in the event

Child magazine out on Saturday

[attach id=717447 size="medium" align="right"][/attach] Young Giorgia Borg became an overnight sensation...

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French garrison at Fort St Angelo

During their two-year presence in Malta, the French army was billeted in Valletta and the surrounding...

Students celebrate Lasallian anniversary

Over 2,000 attended the celebration

Misia Sert, the forgotten queen of Paris

An upcoming lecture explores the life of this extraordinary woman