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  • President’s engagements - March 10, 2019

    10am The President presides over the launch of the St Ignatius College Art Exhibition entitled ILMA, part of the HSBC Catch the Drop campaign, at San Anton Palace. 11am The President visits Careers Day organised by Business and Professional Women,...

  • Pharmacies open today - March 10, 2019

    Chemimart City Gate Pharmacy, City Gate, Valletta (2123 8355);Trinity Pharmacy, 32, Marsa Road, Marsa (2123 5595);Brown’s Pharmacy, 82, Victory Street, Qormi (2149 9697);Marrit Pharmacy, 1st May Street, Fleur-de-Lys (2148 8613);Mayer Pharmacy, 33,...

  • Things to do today - March 10, 2019

    Things to do today - March 10, 2019

    • Visit Ħaġar Qim and Mnajdra Temples for free from 9am to 5pm. • Climb aboard Virtu Ferries’ new catamaran MV St John Paul II at the company’s passenger terminal in Marsa from 10am to 6pm. • Browse the Malta Artisan Market at the Suq Tal-Belt,...

  • Announcements - March 10, 2019

    Announcements - March 10, 2019

    Obituaries ATTARD. On March 8, at Dar tal-Kleru, Birkirkara, Mgr EDGAR ATTARD, Cap. S.S., of Paola, aged 85, went to meet the Risen Lord, whom he served in the priesthood for 60 years. He leaves to mourn his irreparable loss his brother Frank,...

  • Health and safety? Gone with the wind

    Health and safety? Gone with the wind

      Health and safety standards seemed to have gone to the wind when a player was injured during the Qormi -St Andrew’s football game at Hibs Stadium on Saturday. Degran Jackson had to be taken out of the stadium on a stretcher by health and safety...

  • Walk along the northeast coast

    The Ramblers’ Association of Malta is organising a four-hour walk along the northeast coast of Mellieħa tomorrow, starting at 9am at Selmun Palace. This is a hard walk that heads down the steep lane to Mistra Bay and follows the coast overlooking...

  • Watch: No comment - from Nadur carnival to the storm damage

    Watch: No comment - from Nadur carnival to the storm damage

    It all happened within the span of a few days. A devastating storm caused millions in damage, also leaving its toll on historic buildings like the Addolorata Cemetery and the Senglea church. Days later, the spontaneous Nadur carnival gave...

  • Travel back in time

    Travel back in time

    Tomorrow, Heritage Malta is holding an open day at Ħaġar Qim and Mnajdra Temples which the public may visit free of charge from 9am to 5pm (last admission 4.30pm). Several activities for children and adults will also be held throughout the day. At...

  • New parish priest in Birkirkara

    New parish priest in Birkirkara

    Fr Charlon Muscat was been appointed as parish priest of the St Joseph Worker Parish in Birkirkara, the Curia announced on Saturday. Fr Muscat, 33, was raised in Mosta and completed his tertiary studies at the Faculty of Theology at the University...

  • Pharmacies open tomorrow

    Chemimart City Gate Pharmacy, City Gate, Valletta (2123 8355);Trinity Pharmacy, 32, Marsa Road, Marsa (2123 5595);Brown’s Pharmacy, 82, Victory Street, Qormi (2149 9697);Marrit Pharmacy, 1st May Street, Fleur-de-Lys (2148 8613);Mayer Pharmacy, 33,...

  • Welcome aboard

    Welcome aboard

    Virtù Ferries are holding an open day tomorrow from 10am to 6pm during which the public will be invited to visit their new catamaran MV St John Paul II at the company’s passenger terminal in Marsa. Visitors will also be able to taste typical...

  • What happened on... March 9

    What happened on... March 9

    10 years ago - The Times Monday, March 9, 2009 Missing Russian boy meets tragic end Hopes that missing Russian boy Maxim Vorobyev would be found alive were crushed when his heartbroken foster family identified his watch and key found on a corpse...

  • Re-enactment at Fort St Angelo

    A medieval re-enactment, entitled ‘Aspects of the Castrum Maris in 1400’, will be held at Fort St Angelo, Vittoriosa, tomorrow between 10am and 4pm by the Historical Re-enactment Group Malta in collaboration with Heritage Malta. The event includes...

  • Announcements - March 9, 2019

    Announcements - March 9, 2019

    Obituaries ATTARD. On March 8, at Dar tal-Kleru, Birkirkara, Mgr EDGAR ATTARD, Cap. S.S., of Paola, aged 85, went to meet the Risen Lord, whom he served in the priesthood for 60 years. He leaves to mourn his irreparable loss his brother Frank,...

  • New episcopal delegate for evangelisation appointed

    New episcopal delegate for evangelisation appointed

    Nadia Delicata has been appointed episcopal delegate for evangelisation by Archbishop Charles J. Scicluna. Dr Delicata is senior lecturer at the university's Faculty of Theology and has been teaching in the Department of Moral and Spiritual...

  • Human rights advocate honoured by US embassy

    Human rights advocate honoured by US embassy

    Human rights advocate Lara Dimitrijevic has been named by US ambassador Mark A. Schapiro as his nominee for the US Secretary of State's International Women of Courage Award. The embassy selected Dr Dimitrijevic as the recipient because of her...

  • Freshwater supply from Malta to Gozo restored after storm

    Freshwater supply from Malta to Gozo restored after storm

    The supply of freshwater from Malta to Gozo has been restored following intensive repairs of the damage caused by the recent storm, the Water Services Corporation said. During the storm, the corporation noticed abnormal pressure on the submarine...

  • What happened on... March 8

    10 years ago - The Sunday Times Sunday, March 8, 2009 Motorists being fined for parking lawfully Hundreds of motorists are effectively being fined for parking legally because some local councils are erecting traffic signs without the approval of...

  • Announcements - March 8, 2019

    Announcements - March 8, 2019

    Obituaries ATTARD. On March 8, at Dar tal-Kleru, Birkirkara, Mgr EDGAR ATTARD, Cap. S.S., of Paola, aged 85, went to meet the Risen Lord, whom he served in the priesthood for 60 years. He leaves to mourn his irreparable loss his brother Frank,...

  • Malta fourth in best tourism destinations for LGBTI+ people

    Malta fourth in best tourism destinations for LGBTI+ people

    Malta has found its place among the best 10 tourism destinations for LGBTI+ people as indexed by Spartacus, which offers travel advice to the LGBTI+ community. The government said the site placed Malta in fourth place giving the country nine out...