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  • Austrian ensemble performing in concert

    Austrian ensemble performing in concert

    The Ensemble KlangEssenz is performing today as part of the Victoria International Arts Festival. The Austrian ensemble features Jorg Schneider (oboe), Christoph Knitt (bassoon), Sonja Starke (violin), Christian Götz (viola), Alma-Sophie Starke...

  • All is one

    All is one

    A mixed-media exhibition by David Grima entitled arbanġ (“inanimate, animate, all is one”) is currently on at St James Cavalier. Through photographs, radiographic imaging and thread, the exhibition aims to understand the hidden synergy which we,...

  • New president of the MUT is pledging continuity

    New president of the MUT is pledging continuity

    The change in the leadership of the teachers’ union will not impact any of the positions held by the MUT in the past, newly elected president Marco Bonnici has pledged. Mr Bonnici spoke to The Sunday Times of Malta a day after he beat rival...

  • Extra bus services after Isle of MTV concert

    Extra bus services after Isle of MTV concert

    Malta Public Transport will operate 11 special bus services on Tuesday after the Isle of MTV concert as follows: S10: departure time from Valletta at 23:00, 23:45 and 00:30 from Bay A1 Valletta – Floriana Triq Sant Anna – Bombi – Blata L-Bajda –...

  • Updated - Maltese driver injures eight in Sicily race car accident

    Updated - Maltese driver injures eight in Sicily race car accident

    Eight spectators were injured when a car being driven by a Maltese driver left the road and ploughed into spectators during a hillclimb race in Piedimonte, Sicily, this morning. The accident happened at about 11.30am when the driver, Ryan Mangion,...

  • Seven die in cable car crash in Indian Kashmir, 150 rescued

    Seven die in cable car crash in Indian Kashmir, 150 rescued

    A pine tree fell onto a cable car in a ski resort in Indian Kashmir, sending the car plunging to earth and killing seven people, most of them tourists, police said. About 150 people were stranded in other cable cars on the mountain in Gulmarg in...

  • Airport to double security screening area

    Airport to double security screening area

    Malta is to move its security screening area to the first floor of the airport terminal, and will double its footprint. The move will take place this week and MIA said some passengers are likely to encounter some disruption. The new security area,...

  • A special week for the 'Pawlini'

    A special week for the 'Pawlini'

    The statue of St Paul was taken out of its niche in St Paul’s Shipwreck Church of Valletta this morning in preparation for a special procession to mark the 1,950-year anniversary of the martyrdom of St Paul. The procession will take place this...

  • Smart City: no permits as flats go on sale

    Smart City: no permits as flats go on sale

    Estate agents have started to market a planned development of over 400 luxury apartments at Smart City, even before planning permission has been granted. It appears the large tract of public land given over for the development of an ICT city in...

  • Busuttil expects 'quite a few' candidates for leadership election

    Busuttil expects 'quite a few' candidates for leadership election

    The collaboration between the PN and the Democratic Party (PD) was the start of something which could only get stronger, Opposition leader Simon Busuttil said this morning. He said it made sense to continue the PN-PD collaboration in Parliament,...

  • Marriage law amendments are a matter of equality - Muscat

    Marriage law amendments are a matter of equality - Muscat

    The forthcoming amendments to the Marriage Law, which will allow same sex marriage, were a demonstration of the government's commitment to equality for all, the prime minister said this morning. Speaking in a One Radio interview, Joseph Muscat...

  • Oil tanker explosion kills more than 123 in Pakistan

    Oil tanker explosion kills more than 123 in Pakistan

    An overturned oil tanker exploded and killed at least 123 people in Pakistan today. Most of the victims had gathered round when spilt fuel from the stricken vehicle ignited, officials said. The tanker overturned after trying to make a sharp turn...

  • Blaze badly damages two cars in Sliema

    Blaze badly damages two cars in Sliema

    A car caught fire as it was being driven in St Ignatius Street Sliema, last night, with the flames spreading to a nearby parked car. The incident happened at about 1.30am. The blaze started in the car's engine, with the driver stopping immediately...

  • Saudis foil attack on Mecca's Grand Mosque

    Saudis foil attack on Mecca's Grand Mosque

    A suicide bomber who was planning an attack on the Grand Mosque in Mecca blew himself up when security forces surrounded a house where he was hiding, security services in Saudi Arabia have said.  Saudi Arabia's Interior Ministry said both sides...

  • PN MPs balk at bill on gay marriage, want free vote

    PN MPs balk at bill on gay marriage, want free vote

    A small number of Nationalist MPs want a free vote on gay marriage in Parliament, saying the Bill as drafted would put same-sex marriage on a higher standing than marriage between a man and a woman. This goes well beyond the government’s mandate...

  • Today's front pages

    Today's front pages

    The following are the stories making the front pages of Malta's newspaper's today. The Sunday Times of Malta reports how lawyer Adrian Delia has become the first to declare his interest in standing for the leadership of the Nationalist Party.  In...

  • Sandro Chetcuti: ‘Construction is at full throttle’

    Sandro Chetcuti: ‘Construction is at full throttle’

    Ivan Camilleri speaks to the man who has been credited for helping kick-start the construction boom – Malta Developers Association president Sandro Chetcuti How would you describe the current state of the construction industry? The construction...

  • Summer vibes by Tommy Hilfiger

    Summer vibes by Tommy Hilfiger

    On June 7, Tommy Hilfiger brought summer vibes to Malta – with a Tommy twist. VIP guests joined Trilogy Ltd in the kick-off of the Summer of Love collaboration with Café Del Mar, and enjoyed cocktails, nibbles and tunes.

  • Win a holiday to Cyprus on Danusan breakfast show

    Win a holiday to Cyprus  on Danusan breakfast show

    Listeners of the breakfast show Danusan Qumu, broadcast between Monday and Friday on Radju Malta, get the chance to win a holiday for two to Cyprus. Emirates is giving away two return Economy Class fares from Malta to Cyprus for one winner and...

  • St Anthony’s feast

    St Anthony’s feast

    The feast of St Anthony of Padua was celebrated with Mass at Għajnsielem conventual church, followed by the blessing and distribution of bread among the congregation. Mass was concelebrated by Gozo vicar general Tarcisio Camilleri and Għajnsielem...