Hamrun Band Club heads for Carnival in Valletta

With the sun shining Hamrun Band Club heads for Carnival in Valletta.

Carnival, the work never stops

Carnival arrives in a burst of colour and energetic dancing and then it is gone. Well not quite because preparations for next year's ...

Libyans must decide their own future: Alfred Sant

Former Prime Minister Alfred Sant said that allowing more time to truly find a lasting solution by which to establish a Libyan national ...

Government will continue to take positive decisions ...

Speaking on ONE Radio on Sunday morning Prime Minister Joseph Muscat said that his government will continue to take decisions that ...

Six million euros paid to Borg Olivier family

ONE News reports that the Borg Olivier family were paid six million euros by the then Nationalist government for the land on which the National Swimming Complex was built. The land had originally been valued at twenty thousand euros before the complex was built.
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Repairs to Buqana apartments to begin

After years of being neglected by Nationalist ...

3 Cars each for former PN ministers

During a five year period former Nationalist ...

Qarcilla returns to Carnival

Qarcilla, the old traditional street play, ...

Government gets residents backing on action ...

The residents of the Buqana apartments have ...

Government & Politics

2015 record year for tourism

Families Minister at launch of National Policy ...

Prime Minister meets President of Montenegro

During his two day official visit ot Montenegro ...

Promotions for Civil Protection officers

Twelve members of the Civil Protection Department ...

Editorial

Muscat's Bailout

During the 3rd quarter of 2012, we were ...

Implementing electoral pledges

Labour's track record in its first year ...

Hands firmly on the rudder

There were two main factors behind Malta’s ...

Migration challenge – Awareness, Coalition, ...

Migration is a singular issue that has incessantly ...

Opinion

Skills gaps in Financial Services

The term “skills gap” is frequently ...

Cannot afford to be smug!

The new year did not start with much which ...

Economists: To be saved by outsiders?

For far too long now big chunks of the Western ...

On the coming Brexit negotiations

2016 will be yet another crunch year for ...

Opinion poll
World

Leopard injures six in Indian school

A male leopard which entered a school in ...

Two more survivors found in Taiwan after ...

Two more people – a man and a woman ...

Japan volcano erupts near nuclear power ...

Japan's Sakurajima volcano has erupted, ...

Zika virus case in U S A

A Texas county has reported a sexually transmitted ...

Europe

Thousands of Syrian migrants stranded near ...

Aid agencies warn of a “desperate ...

Cameron seeking support from Poland for changes ...

Poland has said it supports aspects of David ...

Stricken ship towed to Spanish port

The large cargo ship which went adrift last ...

Strikes cripple Greece

Greeks launched nationwide strikes on Thursday ...

Business

Emirates flies non-stop Dubai to Auckland

Emirates announced that it will start its ...

Emirates to resume Cyprus flights

Emirates will resume flights to Larnaca ...

The Palace wins TripAdvisor Traveller Choice ...

Local five star hotel The Palace can add ...

Emirates publish 5th Annual Environmental ...

The Emirates Group, comprising Emirates ...

Society

Carnival at the Marina Ta’ Xbiex

After last year's huge success, the ...

CATS returns to Broadway

If you like Cats, not the furry kind but ...

Baroque festival in Valletta

Founded in 2013, the Valletta Baroque ...

Eagles Glenn Frey dies aged 67

Glenn Frey, guitarist, singer and songwriter ...

Sport

Bernie's Sports Focus 8th February 2016

Valletta stay three points clear at the ...

Mourinho holds talks with Manchester United

Manchester United have held talks with representatives ...

Okmalta beat arch rivals Fina

Week four of the MSV Life National League ...

Latest news on Michael Schumacher not good

The latest news on the health of seven-time ...

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