Architecture heritage lecture
In keeping with its remit to promote awareness and sensitive reuse of Malta’s architectural heritage,...
Buckets of plastic, wood and flip-flops collected at Paradise Bay clean up
NGOs join forces with gaming company to clean up popular swimming spot
Maltese sculptor Frans Galea (1945-1994) passed away 25 years ago. He was one of the best sculptors of...
Summer break from excavation, demolition works
Demolition and excavation works will not be permitted within tourism areas during the summer months, the Planning...
All together – global Ode to Joy at Bir Miftuħ Festival
After a successful first opening concert, the Bir Miftuħ International Music Festival, organised by Din l-Art...
What happened on... May 21
25 and 50 years ago
Announcements - May 21, 2019
Obituaries ELLUL–MICALLEF. On May 19, at her residence in Attard, CONNIE, aged...
The limestone colour of St Paul’s Anglican Pro-Cathedral’s spire and the dome of Our Lady of Mount...
On the dot - May 20, 2019
Grave danger A vegetable hawker has suddenly appeared in Ganu Street, Birkirkara, close to the pharmacy...
What happened on... May 20
25 and 50 years ago
Announcements - May 20, 2019
Obituaries BONNICI. On May 18, at Mater Dei Hospital, JOSEPH, director Paolo Bonnici...
Ġnien l-Għarusa tal-Mosta regenerated
Restoration works on Victoria Lines to be carried out
The President’s engagements
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
Family fun day
An event for the whole family in aid of charity is being held tomorrow at the Marsascala promenade. Visitors...
National Youth Band at Mdina
The National Youth Band will march through the streets of Mdina tomorrow, from 10.30am, to celebrate the...
Pharmacies open tomorrow
9am to noon