What's your name again? How often do we forget stuff?
Study showed things were forgotten once every other day
Three things to learn from people who don't use smartphones or social media
Quarter of US adults are 'almost constantly online'
Five psychological reasons why people fall for scams – and how to avoid them
One in five of over-65s have been targetted by e-mail
VS Naipaul: a man who cast doubt on post-colonial liberal certainties
Violence during pregnancy
Pregnancy does not prevent the occurrence of intimate partner violence, says Edith Sciberras
Apple's new iPhones a slight notch above the X: reviewers
Lukewarm reviews prompted by XS's lack of new features
Military cemetery revisited
The Military and Hospitaller Order of St Lazarus of Jerusalem will be organising a discussion about the history...
Sacro Cuor parish, Sliema, celebrates its centenary
Joseph Grech recounts the history of Sliema’s second parish
Tourists not welcome: how to tackle the issue of overtourism
No use expecting solution from individuals
From the Customs House to Imgherbeb Point (Part 3)
A terse account of a most interesting part of Valletta
An invasion of Malta: military manoeuvres on an island garrison
On April 7, 1899, an invading naval fleet approached the northern shores of Malta, and having carried out a...
President meets Lifecycle cyclists at San Anton
Twenty-five cyclists from the Foster Clark Lifecycle Challenge cycled for six hours around Malta as part of their...
Facilitating speech, language skills in Maltese children via smart devices
Developmental Language Disorder (DLD) is a condition through which children find it challenging to understand or...
Myth debunked: Growing out of a language disorder
Many parents start to worry when they notice that their child is not talking as much as other children. They chat...
Photo of the week - September 16, 2018
Researchers at the University of Minnesota and the McAlpline Research Group have 3D printed a ‘bionic...
Winners of Stagecoach Short Play Festival 2018
Four groups of young performers put together ‘one act in one week’
Maltese bishop: ‘I will still be going back to Tripoli’
Mgr George Bugeja, coadjutor bishop of the Apostolic Vicariate of Tripoli, speaks to...
From riot to rainbow
Even with comprehensive LGBT rights, Pride marches still integral to community
Want a Brexit deal referendum? A major voting problem is being overlooked
Outcome of three-way question is not that easy to swallow
Anxiety is the ‘dizziness of freedom’
Emma Saliba looks into the causes and effects of anxiety, which can eventually become a severely debilitating disorder