Five things to look out for in the European elections

How your vote can change the shape of Europe

Finding harmony

Would tax harmonisation across the EU contribute to business efficiency or place a heavy burden on Malta, asks...

Illegal hunting threatens songbird prized as delicacy

The endangered ortolan falls prey to hunters in southwestern France

Boy or girl? Hong Kong at centre of banned China gender test

Blood samples being smuggled out of the mainland

Minding our language

Maltese is one of the 24 official working languages of the European Union and can be used in any communication with...

Myth busted: EU migrants no extra burden on taxpayers, including in Malta

EU migrant households' contribution surpassed that native born people

The way we define kilograms, metres and seconds changes on Tuesday

Changes for International Metrology Day were designed to be seamless

Five reasons 'green growth' won’t save the planet

Techno-fixes might not get us where we need to be

Magnetic north pole shifting rapidly: what will happen to the northern lights?

It may soon be over Siberia

Honey, I shrunk the habitat

The life of bees looks as sweet as honey, but nature's hardest workers have it tough

Japanese hotels launch 'crying rooms'

Tears and rage – the rise of the emotional release industry

Aid to the Church in Need... five years on

The fifth anniversary of the setting up of the Malta office of Aid to the Church in Need (ACN) will be marked by...

Francesco Galea, the first Maltese photographer

I enjoyed Giovanni Bonello’s article in The Sunday Times of Malta of February 10, and its accompanying...

Victoria Regina et Imperatrix – 200 years from her birth

At 4.14am on May 24, 1819, at Kensington Palace on the outskirts of London, a little girl called Alexandrina...

Billboard baloney

I think it was former premier of the Soviet Union Nikita Khrushchev who once said that politicians are the same...

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Summer is coming

Winter is over, and the famous winter season constellations that come with it have all but disappeared from our...

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Myth debunked: Do I need a telescope to take photos of the night sky?

Not really. In fact, this is one of the most common misconceptions about ob­serving and imaging the night...

Photo of the week - May 19, 2019

The Lagoon and Trifid nebulae, imaged by Maltese astrophotographer Michael Galea.

Synergix Group marks 25th anniversary

Synergix Group celebrated its 25th anniversary with an event at Giardini Lambrosa in Rabat, during which guests...

Race to the moon

Apollo 10 served as a dress rehearsal to landing on the moon 50 years ago, recalls Gordon Caruana Dingli.