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  • Celebrating St Ursula

    The Leone Philharmonic Society, together with the Cathedral parish of Victoria, are organising the feast of St Ursula, patron saint of Gozo. A programme of events taking place tomorrow will include music in both votive liturgy and festive...

  • Drive to cut down on meat consumption in Malta

    Drive to cut down on meat consumption in Malta

    More than 130 shops and online shops across Malta will be offering products at discounted prices in a drive to cut down on meat consumption. Hundreds of individuals will also start a meat-free week in an initiative targeted at increasing the...

  • 'Encouraging' response to organic waste separation initiative

    'Encouraging' response to organic waste separation initiative

    With little more than a week to go until the collection of source separated organic waste comes into effect, Wasteserv said it is encouraged by the significant increase in public interest in the new arrangements. Organic waste collections should...

  • Pharmacies open tomorrow

    Empire Pharmacy, 77, Old Theatre Street, Valletta (2123 8577);Thomas’s Pharmacy, 796, St Joseph High Road, Ħamrun (2123 8018);Evans Pharmacy, 96/98, St Sebastian Street, Qormi (2148 7020);Rational Pharmacy, 74/75, Valley Road, Birkirkara (2144...

  • Qormi bread festival returns

    Qormi bread festival returns

    Today will see the return of Lejl f’Casal Fornaro, now in its 11th edition. The event is designed to promote Qormi’s culture, traditions and folklore, including the town’s traditional bakeries and its long-standing association with Maltese...

  • What happened on... October 20

    What happened on... October 20

    10 years ago - The Times Monday, October 20, 2008 Offshore wind farm to cost €130 million The proposed offshore wind farm at Sikka l-Bajda is expected to cost some €130 million and the government is also looking into the possibility of building...

  • Announcements - October 20, 2018

    Announcements - October 20, 2018

    ARNETT. In loving memory of HUGH on the third anniversary of his calling to eternal life. Fondly remembered by his loving wife Eve, his daughters Suzanne and Nikki, his grandchildren, sisters-in-law, brothers-in-law and other relatives and friends.

  • 300,000 bees and other MIA oddities

    300,000 bees and other MIA oddities

    Almost 300,000 bees call Malta International Airport home, though the six million passengers who set foot in the airport terminal are unlikely to hear them buzzing as they leaf through the roughly 290 newspapers sold every day at airport...

  • New Maestro di Cappella for Metropolitan Chapter

    New Maestro di Cappella for Metropolitan Chapter

    Christopher Muscat has been appointed Maestro di Cappella of the Metropolitan Chapter. The Curia said in a statement his role is to prepare and direct the music and choir during liturgical celebrations at St Paul’s Cathedral in Mdina and St John’s...

  • Malta to turn orange

    Malta to turn orange

    The Embassy of the Netherlands, together with Bicycle Advocacy Group and Transport Malta, will be organising Orange Bike Day tomorrow. The aim is to draw attention to the role of cycling as a safe, fast and sustainable way of...

  • Esplora Pink October night walk

    The Esplora Pink October night walk is being held this evening, leaving from Villa Bighi at 9.30pm. The activity will be held as part of the month dedicated to breast cancer awareness known as Pink October. The activity aims to urge women to get...

  • What happened on... October 19

    What happened on... October 19

    10 years ago - The Sunday Times Sunday, October 19, 2008 Young MP walks on The symbols of Karl Chircop’s passions in life – a Liverpool FC scarf, a stethoscope and the robe he wore every Good Friday procession to carry the crucifix – were...

  • Announcements - October 19, 2018

    Announcements - October 19, 2018

    MELI. On Wednesday, October 17, at Mater Dei Hospital, MARY of Paola, aged 94, comforted by the rites of Holy Church. She leaves to mourn her loss her two daughters Carmen and her husband Charles and Marisa and her husband George, her...

  • Vodafone Malta. ministry sign agreement to tackle digital skills gap

    Vodafone Malta. ministry sign agreement to tackle digital skills gap

    Vodafone Malta has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Education Ministry to establish a framework for cooperation to help equip students in Malta with the knowledge and skills needed for a digital future. The European Commission has...

  • Tanzania and Kenya see Malta’s true face

    Tanzania and Kenya see Malta’s true face

    A Maltese voluntary organisation is on a mission to provide education and healthcare for underprivileged people in developing countries. Established in 2003, Faces funded the building of the St George Preca orphanage in Nakuru, Kenya, in 2008, and...

  • Parking spaces go with Car2Go car sharing scheme

    Parking spaces go with Car2Go car sharing scheme

    Updated 3.45pm with company's statement A car-sharing scheme due to be launched in a few days' time will take 20 precious parking spaces in Sliema, the locality's local council has complained. Announced by the government last year, the Car2Go...

  • Etching of iconic Azure Window

    Etching of iconic Azure Window

    The iconic Azure Window, in Dwejra, which attracted a record 1.1 million hits when timesofmalta.com reported its collapse in March last year, has been immortalised in an etching by the Salesians of Don Bosco. Artist Justin Falzon used two etching...

  • What happened on... October 18

    What happened on... October 18

    10 years ago - The Times Saturday, October 18, 2008 Shipyards privatisation The call for tenders for the privatisation of Malta Shipyards is expected to be issued in the coming days amid disagreement between the government and the European...

  • Announcements - October 18, 2018

    Announcements - October 18, 2018

    ANASTASI. On October 12, at Casa Arkati, Mosta, ELIZABETH (Daisy), aged 98, comforted by the rites of Holy Church. She leaves to mourn her loss her children Joe and his wife Carolyn, Elizabeth and her husband Tony Sant Fournier, David and his wife...

  • Watch: Luqa business owner gets OHSA visit after rocks seen falling in viral video

    Watch: Luqa business owner gets OHSA visit after rocks seen falling in viral video

    A Luqa business owner was ordered to stop all construction works at his enterprise after a video of large rocks falling down several floors to the ground at the site went viral. Occupational Health and Safety Authority officers were sent to the...