UK food giants to halve waste by 2030
70 companies back government-backed plan
Remembering Fr George Grima, a year after his death
Probably few people have not heard of Fr George Grima, who was so active in promoting the Jesus in Thy Neighbour...
Farmer who helped save thousands of hectares of dry land wins 'alternative Nobel prize'
Burkina Faso's Yacouba Sawadogo popularised an ancient anti-desertification method
Safeguarding our nation’s paper treasures
New exhibition will explore little-known Notarial Archives
Voomquest fuelled by Enemed takes on Chioggia
Voomquest’s first effort to take their powerboat championship overseas brought them to the seaside town of...
Closing the digital gender gap would fight gender inequality - EESC
Committee suggests national targets
Lessons in Life in #Forty
Why former businessman feels motivated by change
Vegan dogs: should canines go meat free?
Over the last 10 years, it’s estimated there has been a 360 per cent rise in veganism in Britain –
Birdlife Malta together with Salina Nature Reserve will be hosting the next in their series of nature meet-ups,...
Remembering Mgr John Sladden on the centenary of his birth
“My life does not have any other purpose than to be with you all day, to rejoice and to weep with you....
Gozitan history in the making: 1,000 issues of Il-Ħajja f’Għawdex
Considering the notion of double-insularity and the fact that from various perspectives, Gozo has been and is...
If science be the food of love, play on
From War of the Worlds to Frankenstien to Bertolt Brecht’s Galileo, science has always been a hot topic in...
When computers see
Have you ever paused for a moment and counted the number of cameras you actually own and use? It is fine, you may...
Myth Debunked: UUWWWEEE
You can easily recognise new parents at the Breastfeeding Clinic at the Mater Dei Hospital. They are the ones...
Photo of the week - September 23, 2018
A paddle-nosed lobster (Ċkala in Maltese) found in the vicinity of Blue Grotto, Qrendi, at a depth of about eight...
State of the art: can robots be Rembrandts?
A French collective of artist-entrepreneurs are creating fine art using a computer algorithm, with one of their...
Aboriginal people lived in Australia's desert interior 50,000 years ago
Earlier than first thought
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