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  • MSA fundraising dinner will support gifted arts students

    The Malta Society of Arts (MSA) is soon to host its annual fundraising dinner in aid of promising students across various artistic fields. All funds raised during the event will once again support the Special Projects Programme, an initiative...

  • Watch: €500 reward, appeals, CCTV, police reunites lost dog with family

    Watch: €500 reward, appeals, CCTV, police reunites lost dog with family

    It was the appeal that reunited Siggiewi residents and beyond as the disappearance of a much-loved 11-month dog sparked a major search.  And it all paid off - the Agius family was ecstatic on Saturday after it was reunited with Belle, the King...

  • Unique opportunity to tour Kordin Temples

    Tomorrow all those students who have acquired their first Heritage Malta Passport Visa, are invited to attend an exclusive visit to the neolithic temples of Kordin III in Paola. This visa is given to the students once they collect 10 different...

  • Free wi-fi in 27 localities

    Free wi-fi in 27 localities

    Free wi-fi service will soon be available in various localities in Malta and Gozo, thanks to an EU initiative. A total of 27 localities who submitted their application will be awarded the sum of €15,000 from the EU for the service, which offers a...

  • Festa Frawli in Mġarr tomorrow

    Festa Frawli in Mġarr tomorrow

    Strawberries will once again be the main attraction in Mġarr tomorrow as the agricultural village hosts the annual fair called Festa Frawli from 10am to 5pm. The event will see an abundant supply of freshly picked strawberries on sale throughout...

  • Open day at Ta’ Kola Windmill

    Open day at Ta’ Kola Windmill

    Heritage Malta, in collaboration with Xagħra local council, is tomorrow organising an open day on the occasion of Xagħra Day. Ta’ Kola Windmill is one of several windmills in Gozo dating back to the Knights’ period. It is the only one on the...

  • Qala resident celebrates her 103rd birthday

    Qala resident celebrates her 103rd birthday

    A woman who is arguably Qala's most loyal resident turned 103 on Saturday, with friends and family gathering in the Gozitan village to celebrate the event.  Carmena Vella was born in 1916 and has spent her entire life in the southwestern Gozitan...

  • Reduced entry fee to Ħaġrat Temples during festival

    During Festa Frawli, Heritage Malta will be opening Ta’ Ħaġrat Temples in Mġarr at a reduced price. Ta’ Ħaġrat was excavated between 1923 and 1926 and includes two well-preserved structures. The older one, dating to the Ġgantija phase...

  • Annual Tai Chi Day in Malta

    The annual World Tai Chi Day in Malta – organised by the China Cultural Centre – will be held at Freedom Square, Valletta, today between 10am and noon. The event will feature guest Tai Chi experts Ye Xuan and Ye Feng. All course participants and...

  • Dingli traditions andfarming brought to life

    The 16th edition of Ħad-Dingli – Ħidma Agrarja u Tradizzjonijiet (Dingli – Farming and Traditions) is to be held tomorrow in Buskett, limits of Dingli. Local produce will be exhibited and available to be bought throughout the day, starting from 8am.

  • Pharmacies open tomorrow

    Empire Pharmacy, 46, Melita Street, Valletta (2122 5785);Brown’s Pharmacy, 706, St Joseph High Road, Ħamrun (2123 8623);Fatima Pharmacy, 82, Triq il-Ferrovija, Santa Venera (2148 2856);Pharmaplus, Ganu Street, Birkirkara (2149 2958);St Luke...

  • What happened on... April 27

    What happened on... April 27

    25 years ago - The Times Wednesday, April 27, 1994 Tower demolition: Call for inquiry into why PA gave the go-ahead The Planning Authority is declining at this stage to comment on allegations that it sanctioned the demolition of part of a...

  • Announcements - April 27, 2019

    Announcements - April 27, 2019

    Obituaries CUTAJAR. On Friday April 26, FILIPPA née Chircop, aged 80, of  Żebbuġ, widow of Guido, comforted by the rites of the Holy Church. She leaves to mourn her  great loss her beloved children, Joyce and her husband John, Phyllis and her...

  • Watch: Jean Pierre's cancer loss opens up Hospice Malta's fund-raiser

    Watch: Jean Pierre's cancer loss opens up Hospice Malta's fund-raiser

    A touching video clip of a man who lost his wife to cancer has provided the springboard for a fund-raising marathon in aid of Hospice Malta in Friday's edition of Xarabank.  Jean Pierre Camilleri's wife Janet passed away two years and an online...

  • Watch: A 'load' of trouble waiting to happen

    Watch: A 'load' of trouble waiting to happen

    A driver following this overloaded truck around the Valletta ring-road was waiting for an accident to happen as he watched it sway from side to side at each bend. The wooden pallets on the top skip being transported away on the truck do not appear...

  • What happened on... April 26

    What happened on... April 26

    25 years ago - The Times Tuesday, April 26, 1994 Five liners bring 2,200 tourists Grand Harbour was bustling with activity yesterday as five cruise passenger liners called at Malta with more than 2,200 tourists. And with four more liners still to...

  • Announcements - April 26, 2019

    Announcements - April 26, 2019

    Obituaries ANDERSON. On Sunday, March 17, JAMES EDWARD (‘Jim’), aged 83, of Sliema, beloved husband and above all, best friend of his wife of 37 years, Lindsay (Mann), passed away peacefully at home. He will be greatly missed by his sister...

  • Four councils to apply for €81,427 for upkeep of government projects

    Four councils to apply for €81,427 for upkeep of government projects

    A number of local councils can apply for funds to maintain infrastructural projects undertaken by the central government in their locality since 2017. According to these criteria, Mdina, Siġġiewi, Paola and San Lawrenz are eligible for the fund of...

  • Watch: Powerful short film looks the future of Europe in the eye

    Watch: Powerful short film looks the future of Europe in the eye

    A new short film mulls the future of Europe through the eyes of the most vulnerable of its descendants. The film, from director Frédéric Planchon, conceived as part of the Choose your Future campaign, reminds audiences of the shared values of the...

  • New on-demand bus service you book on a phone

    New on-demand bus service you book on a phone

    Imagine summoning a public bus through an app on your phone, just as you would do with a taxi today. Malta Public Transport is hoping to entice passengers with an innovative new service: an ‘on-demand’ bus service allowing people to book pick-up...