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  • Neutral take on Christmas

    Neutral take on Christmas

    The December issue of Places: Design & Living, out with The Sunday Times of Malta tomorrow, offers a neutral, simple, matt and natural take on Christmas, away from the lustrous textures and bright colours synonymous with the season. This...

  • Hospice Malta raises funds with poinsettia sales

    Hospice Malta raises funds with poinsettia sales

    As part of its fundraising activities Hospice Malta will be selling poinsettias once again this year, against a donation of €4. Poinsettias will be available from Hospice premises from Monday and deliveries are possible to companies. Delivery for...

  • What happened on... December 1

    What happened on... December 1

    10 years ago - The Times Monday, December 1, 2008 Renzo Piano resurrected for City Gate World-renowned Italian architect Renzo Piano is likely to be back to develop Valletta’s City Gate after the government resumed contact with him, The Times has...

  • Announcements - December 1, 2018

    Announcements - December 1, 2018

    Obituaries DESPOTT. On November 23, KARL ANTHONY of Sliema, formerly of Balzan, aged 71, passed away peacefully at home after a short illness borne with Christian fortitude surrounded by his loved ones, comforted by the rites of Holy Church. He...

  • Santa’s Swim in aid of L-Istrina

    For the seventh year running, Grand Hotel Excelsior team members will be organising a Santa’s Swim. Colleagues, guests and members of the public are invited to swim in the clear, chilly waters of Marsamxett Harbour or make a splash in the hotel’s...

  • Rich tapestry of emotions

    Rich tapestry of emotions

    Five mentors – women with families and careers in Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Maths (STEAM) – have joined 20 young people in a series of storytelling workshops. Throughout, they shared their journeys in life and work, discussing the...

  • Guided tour of historic garden

    Guided tour of historic garden

    A guided walking tour of the Msida Bastion historic garden, Floriana, will be held by Din l-Art Ħelwa tomorrow morning. During the tour, participants will view the garden cemetery’s funerary and military architecture, its symbols of death and...

  • What happened on... November 30

    What happened on... November 30

    10 years ago - The sunday Times Sunday, November 30, 2008 Uncertified water sold as fit to drink The majority of water suppliers advertising in the Yellow Pages are selling potentially hazardous water extracted from boreholes not registered with...

  • Mabel Strickland anniversary

    Mabel Strickland anniversary

    The Strickland Foundation and Allied Newspapers Limited yesterday marked the 30th anniversary since the death of Mabel Strickland, the foundress of the Times of Malta and The Sunday Times of Malta, with Mass celebrated by Fr William Bartolo and...

  • Announcements - November 30, 2018

    Announcements - November 30, 2018

    BUGEJA. On November 29, at Mater Dei Hospital, MARYANNE of Rabat, widow of Carmelo, aged 96, passed away peacefully comforted by the rites of Holy Church. She leaves to mourn her loss her nephews Dr Charles F. Grech and his wife Alena, Fr Franco...

  • The game continues…

    The game continues…

    SiGMA was in full swing today, with various conferences, talks, workshops and a hackathon – which carries $50,000 in prize money – on the agenda. This year marks five solid years running for SiGMA, which is welcoming 12,500 delegates from 80...

  • Think tank calls for research into demographics of different localities

    Think tank calls for research into demographics of different localities

    An informal think tank is calling for research into each locality's demographics with special attention to family and household structures, ethnic diversity, physical, intellectual, sensorial and psychosocial disability, and physical and mental...

  • Charity Christmas fair by international women in Malta

    Charity Christmas fair by international women in Malta

    More than 150 women of over 30 nationalities are joining forces to celebrate their diversity and shared values by raising funds for different charities through  a number of events. To raise funds, the Association of International Women in Malta...

  • Public lectures at National Library

    The National Library of Malta will be holding a series of public lectures over the coming months. The series, which includes eight lectures on Malta’s urban landscapes and archives, is entitled Cities, Harbours and Artefacts: Transformations of an...

  • Immaculate Conception statue restored

    Immaculate Conception statue restored

    On the feast day of the Immaculate Conception on December 8, the parishioners of Cospicua will behold a more luminous version of the titular statue as it is carried in procession. In fact, what started out as a mild restoration work last year...

  • What happened on... November 29

    What happened on... November 29

    10 years ago - The Times Saturday, November 29, 2008 No agreement yet on tariffs General Workers’ Union secretary general Tony Zarb yesterday dismissed talk of the unions being in agreement with the latest energy tariffs proposed by the government.

  • Announcements - November 29, 2018

    Announcements - November 29, 2018

    Obituaries AQUILINA. On November 27, at his residence, GODWIN (Godfrey) of Siġġiewi, residing in Attard, aged 77, passed away peacefully comforted by the rites of Holy Church. He leaves to mourn his loss his wife Antonia (Nina), his son James and...

  • Church looks to the heavens for its energy

    Church looks to the heavens for its energy

    Photovoltaic panels are being installed on the roof of the Archbishop's Curia in Floriana as part of a drive by the Church to go green. Some 40 Church entities including several parish offices and homes for the elderly have already installed PV...

  • Last lecture on Order of St Michael and St George

    Last lecture on Order of St Michael and St George

    An exhibition celebrating the association of the Order of St Michael and St George with Malta is being held at the Malta Postal Museum, Valletta, until December 6. Established in Malta and Corfù in 1818, at the height of the British Regency...

  • A sensory experience

    Baby’s First Steps, a sensory experience that uses captivating images and sounds ideal for children ranging from newborns to two-year-olds, will be launched on Friday. The event, part of the Manoel Theatre’s Toi Toi programme, should go down a...