EU chief shares Brexit letter from six-year-old girl

A little girl from London has written a touching letter to EU chief Donald Tusk, saying that Britain and Europe ‘should be friends’ despite Brexit. Sophie, 6, told the European Council President that although the UK will be leaving the EU, she hopes that everyone can get along. Mr Tusk shared an image of the […]

Maltese cyclists to raise funds for cancer research

Maltese cyclists will travel more than 1,200km from Oslo – through Hamburg and finishing in Amsterdam in just a week – from the 14th till the 21st of July. The objective for this  7th edition  is to raise funds for cancer research conducted at the University of Malta. The ALIVE Charity Foundation chairman Nicky Camilleri told […]

Storm Gareth batters UK with heavy rain and gales

Storm Gareth’s strong winds and heavy rain have been causing disruption, with rail and road links across the country affected. The British Met Office issued two yellow warnings for high winds covering Northern Ireland, Wales, most of England and the west coast of Scotland. Winds of over 120kmph were seen widely across western parts of […]

Experience Gozo’s Citadel by stunning candlelight

Gozo‘s Citadel is set for a magical makeover this weekend. The UNESCO World Heritage city will glow by candlelight on Saturday 16 March. This year’s festival of lights is back in all its beautiful glory with more than 30,000 candles lighting up the historic narrow streets to celebrate ‘Lejl Imkebbes’. The night will include special historic re-enactments, […]

Ronaldo sends Juve into Champions League quarter-final

Cristiano Ronaldo has claimed his hat-trick against Atletico Madrid was ‘the reason Juventus signed me’. The Italian giants reached the quarter finals of the Champions League following the 3-0 victory on Tuesday night. The 33-year-old scored his eighth Champions League hat-trick thanks two towering headers in either half. He then showed ice cool nerves to […]