Exalted by sacred art
Luqa church embellishment project continues
Greenland ice melts four times faster in a decade: study
428 cubic kilometres disappearing per year
Two-thirds of singles in their 20s now live with their parents
Single person needs to earn at least £27,000 in London to live alone
Is there any point in recycling? Analysing the claims
Cans are the most profitable recyclable waste
There's no Brexit Plan B – this is still Plan May
Next 'meaningful vote' next February
What could the new collider find - and would it be worth the price tag?
Replacement plans for CERN's Large Hadron Collider unveiled
Climate change is making dangerous industries even riskier
Agriculture, construction and fishing all need to adapt
Andrea Vassallo: the self-made brilliant architect
On November 7, 1908, the three members of the Examining Board of Engineers and Architects, by secret ballot,...
How we model our reality
Older adults tend not to accept change very easily, and that’s because of the model of the world they...
Lija students hold reunion
A reunion was held for Year 6 students (1985) who were together at Lija Primary School. The event, organised by...
Artificial Intelligence (AI) is the latest hype, a buzz word that is thrown in any conversation concerning...
Myth debunked: Boy or girl?
There are several myths surrounding the prediction of whether a pregnant woman will be having a boy or a girl....
Photo of the week - January 20, 2019
New research found a direct association between increased ocean warming and increased wave energy. This means...
STM Malta’s festive celebration
STM Malta gathered at the Panorama Restaurant for the annual Christmas party. The evening started with a dinner...
Frank Salt celebrate in style
The beautiful ballroom of the Hotel Phoenicia in Floriana was the perfect setting to celebrate another year of...
Prizes for National Crib Competition awarded
The award ceremony for the winners of the National Crib Competition by Festivals Malta was held at the...
Banksy: who should foot the bill to protect his work in public spaces?
Are the pieces philanthropy - or unfair on the owner of the location?
Free public transport is great news for the environment but it's no silver bullet
Increasing petrol tax might be more effective
Gillette ad isn't anti-men, it's anti-toxic masculinity – and should be welcomed
Why has the ad generated such a backlash?
After 600 years, night watchman still keeps vigil over Lausanne
Every evening, the night watchman clambers to the top of the Lausanne cathedral bell tower and gets to work: he...