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  • Watch: '40 minutes ago, my brother died': Archbishop Emeritus Paul Cremona's emotional 50th anniversary mass

    Watch: '40 minutes ago, my brother died': Archbishop Emeritus Paul Cremona's emotional 50th anniversary mass

    Archbishop Emeritus Paul Cremona marked 50 years in the Catholic Church on Sunday, but also lost a brother who stood behind him when he was first ordained. Mgr. Cremona’s brother passed away less than an hour before the start of a mass held to...

  • Watch: 50 years since Emeritus Archbishop Paul Cremona was ordained

    Watch: 50 years since Emeritus Archbishop Paul Cremona was ordained

    Emeritus Archbishop Paul Cremona and the Archbishop of Tirana in Albania George Frendo are both marking 50 years since they were ordained.  Watch the mass they are co-celebrating. 

  • President’s engagements

    12.30pm The President addresses the General Workers’ Union National Council in Valletta. Tuesday The President meets Ghanaian President Nana Addo Dankwa Akufo-Addo at the Palace in Valletta. Wednesday 10am The President visits the National Audit...

  • Pharmacies open today - March 24, 2019

    New British Dispensary, 109/110, St John Street, Valletta (2124 4813);The Cross Pharmacy, 859, St Joseph High Road, Ħamrun (2122 7682);Lantern Pharmacy, 46, Regional Road, Santa Venera (2144 4648);St Anne Pharmacy, 24, St Helen Square, Birkirkara...

  • Announcements - March 24, 2019

    Announcements - March 24, 2019

    Obituaries GAUCI. On March 20, GEORGE, of Victoria, Gozo, (ex-teacher), aged 82, passed peacefully away in the arms of his wife, com­forted by the rites of the Holy Church. He leaves to mourn his great loss his wife Lina, his brothers Rev. Can...

  • Things to do today - March 24, 2019

    Things to do today - March 24, 2019

    • Visit Ħal Millieri medieval chapel, l/o Żurrieq, during the open day from 9am to 6pm. Mass at 10am. Tours at 11.15am, and 4pm. • Visit the Fort Manoel open day from 9am to 4pm. Tours start at 11am. • Visit the annual exhibition of Malta’s...

  • 89.7 Bay collects over €5,400 in aid of Terry Time Foundation

    A 28-hour-long live radio broadcast took place in February, whereby listeners were encouraged to call and donate money towards the Terry Time Foundation. The trust hopes to raise €500,000 to help fund radio personality Terry Farrugia’s cancer...

  • Appreciation: Denise Ellul

    Anne Mangion writes: On March 8, my dearest friend Denise passed away to a better place after losing her valiant battle with cancer. I first got to know Denise in Grade 3, when we were placed in adjacent desks. From an early age, Denise was kind...

  • Good Friday overnight pilgrimage expected to be biggest one yet

    Organisers are expecting more than 10,000 people to put on their walking shoes and take part in an overnight Good Friday pilgrimage in aid of Puttinu Cares this year.  The pilgrimage, which is now in its 16th year, sees people walking from...

  • Msida council launches app

    Msida council launches app

    Msida residents can report irregularities in their hometown and access local council services using a new app available for download for free. The application, called Msida, is available for download from the Google Play Store for free and will...

  • Cat show on this weekend

    Cat show on this weekend

    Felines are out to show dogs how sashaying the catwalk is really done and after last weekend’s dog show it is now the cats’ turn. The WCF International Cat & Jubilee shows, organised by the Malta Feline Guardians Club, are being held between today...

  • What happened on... March 22

    What happened on... March 22

    10 years ago - The Times Monday, March 23, 2009 Police probe fresh claims of corruption in football The Malta Football Association has received a number of new anonymous letters over the past couple of weeks alleging bribery and match-fixing,...

  • Announcements - March 23, 2019

    Obituaries CASSAR. On March 22, at Mater Dei Hospital, DORIS of Sliema, widow of Saviour, aged 87, passed away peacefully comforted by the rites of Holy Church. She leaves to mourn her loss her children Frank and his wife Monica, Marlene Cassar...

  • Fort St Angelo exhibition to mark 40th year anniversary of Freedom Day

    Fort St Angelo exhibition to mark 40th year anniversary of Freedom Day

    Heritage Malta has inaugurated an exhibition at Fort St Angelo which commemorates 40 years since Freedom Day. ‘ Behind Closed Doors’ will reveal intriguing narratives that took place at this military site during its occupation by the Royal Navy...

  • Msida council is latest to develop residents' app

    Msida council is latest to develop residents' app

    Msida residents can report irregularities in their hometown and access local council services using a new app available for download for free. The application, called Msida, is available for download from the Google Play Store. Residents will get...

  • Shifting sands

    A north-easterly gale shifted sand across the road in Għadira Bay on Thursday, creating havoc for oncoming cars. Weekend weather is expected to improve, though rainfall is anticipated for Saturday. Photo: Chris Sant Fournier

  • Watch: Plastic galore and even metal barriers await divers for St Paul's Bay clean-up

    Watch: Plastic galore and even metal barriers await divers for St Paul's Bay clean-up

    Plastic chairs, sunbeds and even metal gates await scuba divers who will be cleaning up the St Paul’s Bay seabed in two weeks’ time. Diver and clean-up activist Raniero Borg highlighted the wasteland beneath the waves at Sirens Bay in a series of...

  • Good Friday sticker album will feature Qormi's celebration in all its glory

    Good Friday sticker album will feature Qormi's celebration in all its glory

    Entire generations of youngsters have experienced the metaphorical calvary of being one sticker short of completing an album. Now locals can come one step closer to that actual event in glorious high-res, with a sticker album featuring giant...

  • Malta-linked care home in India needs help to stop the rot

    Malta-linked care home in India needs help to stop the rot

    Almost 15 years ago, a man turned up at the doorsteps of Gozo’s Franciscan church in Victoria with money and a vision to build a home in India for adults and children living with terminal illnesses. A local priest, Fr Joe Cilia, rolled up his...

  • Chance to meet President as her term draws to an end

    Chance to meet President as her term draws to an end

    With two weeks to go till the end of her term, President Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca will be giving the public the opportunity to meet her as follows: March 23 from 11am to noon at the Grandmasters’ palace in Valletta on March 24 from 10 am to noon...