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  • PA report opposing Wied Incita plans is 'encouraging', say Greens

    PA report opposing Wied Incita plans is 'encouraging', say Greens

    A Planning Authority report which recommends that an application to turn a disused quarry in Attard into an industrial area is a step in the right direction, Alternattiva Demokratika said today.  Earlier this week, the PA indicated that plans to...

  • Watch: Show some patriotism, UK minister tells broadcasters over Brexit

    Watch: Show some patriotism, UK minister tells broadcasters over Brexit

      A prominent Brexit campaigner and leading member of Britain's government has scolded a BBC presenter for showing a lack of patriotism when asked why the country was in such political turmoil. Interviewed on the BBC Newsnight programme a year...

  • Government pledges Constitutional reform as 13th legislature gets underway

    Government pledges Constitutional reform as 13th legislature gets underway

    Malta’s 13th parliament will begin the process which will lead to a Constitutional Convention intended to modernise national institutions and strengthen local democracy, reviving a pledge first made by Prime Minister Joseph Muscat in the run-up to...

  • Watch: School's out, and teachers at Pembroke Secondary are loving it

    Watch: School's out, and teachers at Pembroke Secondary are loving it

    If you thought students were the only ones counting down the days, hours and minutes until their summer holidays, think again.  A group of teachers and staff members at St Clare College, Pembroke Secondary School used some of their spare time to...

  • Record-breaking kayaker makes it round Malta in time for lunch

    Record-breaking kayaker makes it round Malta in time for lunch

    Kayaker Chris Camilleri this week smashed all national records by completing a trip around the island, covering 75 kilometres in just seven hours. While Mr Camilleri had first taken up kayaking some 15 years ago and was an avid athlete, he only...

  • Five London tower blocks evacuated over fire safety concerns

    Five London tower blocks evacuated over fire safety concerns

    Thousands of residents in a sprawling north London housing estate were forced to leave their apartments late yesterday after fire checks carried out in the wake of the deadly Grenfell Tower blaze found the buildings to be unsafe. Amid chaotic...

  • Pedestrians are 'under attack', cycling NGO warns

    Pedestrians are 'under attack', cycling NGO warns

    Pedestrians are "under attack" following proposals to move two separate zebra crossings in St Julian's and Ħamrun to favour car drivers, a cycling NGO has warned.  In a statement, the Bicycling Advocacy Group said that pedestrians on St George's...

  • Watch: Ring those church bells... while you can still hear them

    Watch: Ring those church bells... while you can still hear them

    Updated June 26 - OHSA replies Three men went out of their way to disprove Ħal Safi's reputation as a sleepy village last Sunday, doing untold damage to their hearing in the process.  In a 20-minute video sent to Times of Malta, the men can be...

  • Photos of the week - Times of Malta

    Photos of the week - Times of Malta

    Times of Malta presents a selection of its photographers' choice of their best photos over the past days.    

  • Instagram fitness model killed in whipped cream accident

    Instagram fitness model killed in whipped cream accident

    An Instagram model and fitness blogger has been killed in a freak kitchen accident involving an exploding whipped cream canister.  Rebecca Burger, 33, had more than 150,000 followers on Instagram, where she posted various food, fashion and fitness...

  • 'Come home, you will be safe': wife's plea to missing husband

    'Come home, you will be safe': wife's plea to missing husband

    Return home where you will be safe, Phyllis Stewart is appealing to her husband Tom, who has been missing for more than a year. Ms Stewart believes her husband is still alive, and is appealing to him, or anyone who knows him to pass on her...

  • Parliament opens today

    Parliament opens today

    President Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca will be spared the controversy that hit her predecessor when she delivers the ‘speech from the throne’ this morning. The speech she will read out in Parliament at the opening of the 13th legislature is unlikely...

  • Today's front pages

    Today's front pages

    These are the leading stories in today's local newspapers.  The Times of Malta leads with two main stories, with the first noting that Parliament will open today and the second quoting a Curia spokesman, who denied that the Vatican was planning to...

  • Landslide buries mountain village in China, up to 100 missing

    Landslide buries mountain village in China, up to 100 missing

    A landslide this morning in China's southwestern Sichuan province has buried the homes of around 100 people, according to the official Xinhua news agency, citing local authorities. Xinhua did not give an estimate of the number killed or injured,...

  • Announcements

    ABELA – LUCY. Treasured memories of our dear mother, today the 11th anniversary of her demise. Fondly remembered by her children, in-laws and grandchildren. Lord, grant her eternal rest. BUHAGIAR. Cherished and unfading memories of our dear INES,...

  • Third edition of Valletta Film Festival comes to an end

    Third edition of Valletta Film Festival comes to an end

    The third edition of the Valletta Film Festival is coming to an end this weekend. Seven feature films are competing for six Triton awards adjudicated by an international jury made up of directors, actors, producers, cinematographers, writers and...

  • Roman-themed concert

    Roman-themed concert

    The National Philharmonic Orchestra is today presenting its closing concert for the season. In this Roman-themed concert, the orchestra sets the scene with Hector  Berlioz’s Roman Carnival Overture before being joined by the young piano prodigy...

  • Choral classics

    Handel’s Hallelujah Chorus and Parry’s Jerusalem are among a host of ever-popular choral classics to beperformed by Ealing Choral Society, one of London’s top amateur choirs, at St Paul’s Cathedral in Valletta today. The choir will be conducted by...

  • Feasts tomorrow

    ■ Immaculate Heart of Mary  – Burmarrad■ St Joseph – Għaxaq■ St George – Qormi■ St Nicholas – Siġġiewi■ St John the Baptist – Xewkija

  • Pharmacies open tomorrow

    Regent Pharmacy, 70, Merchants Street, Valletta (2124 5135);Chemimart International Pharmacy, 650, St Joseph High Road, Ħamrun (2123 6477);St George’s Pharmacy, 21, Main Street, Qormi (2144 3045);Mackie’s Pharmacy, L. Casolani Street, Ta’ Paris,...

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