Beware: direct eye contact might not mean that someone is trustworthy

Someone avoiding eye contact is 'rather unsettling'

‘New’ organ for Nazzarenu church

A fine Danish pipe organ that needed a home caught the eye of local organ builder and restorer Robert Buhagiar,...

When is a spouse legally responsible for estranged partner's debts?

Court orders wife to pay the debt due, but it was 'limited'

A teacher in a remote Kenyan village is named the world's best

Peter Tabichi wins the Global Teacher Prize and its $1 million reward

It happened this month: Giuseppe Garibaldi in Malta – March 1864

Undoubtedly, the mere mention of the unification of Italy in the 19th century conjures visions of Giuseppe...

History of survival analysis

The term ‘survival analysis’ has been used for data involving time to a certain event such as death,...

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Myth debunked: Hazardous survival myths

There are several misconceptions about specific survival situations, some of which have been articulated for...

Mcast signs CSR agreement with Marigold Foundation

A corporate social responsibility (CSR) agreement was signed last Friday between the Malta College of Arts,...

Belair Property opens Mellieħa office

Belair Property recently announc­ed the opening of a new office in Triq Sant’ Anna, Mellieħa, to better...

Priest celebrates diamond jubilee of ordination

Mgr Arthur Said Pullicino marked his 60th anniversary of his priestly ordination with a solemn concelebrated sung...

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Photo of the week - March 24, 2019

Sir David Cox was born in Birmingham in 1924. He studied mathematics at St John’s College, Cambridge, and...

Big gods came after the rise of civilisations - not before

Study used huge historical database

Six simple ways to fill your wardrobe with sustainable clothing

UK alone sends 350,000 of clothing to landfill

‘We take water for granted’

On World Water Day, Simonne Pace talks to Maltese hydrologist MARCO CREMONA about water scarcity in Malta, the...

Study sheds light on one of physics' biggest mysteries

CERN looks at why there's more matter than antimatter

Back to the future: cassettes launch comeback tour

Despite streaming, major record labels willing to bring back tapes

One million expected at blockbuster Paris Tutankhamun show

Tutankhamun's treasure: gold and mystery

Plastic, not so fantastic

EU ban on single-use plastics aims to stop unending stream of plastic pollution making its way into oceans.

World’s largest radio telescope moves from concept to reality

SKA gets global governing body

All aboard Italy's 'Trans-Siberian' railway

Destroyed first by the Nazis and then by government cuts, Italy's very own "Trans-Siberian" railway has reopened...