UPDATED: Two Dead Following Shooting In Sliema Residence, Manhunt Ongoing

  The Spokesperson for the Malta Police Force, Brendan Pisani said two men, who are yet to be identified, were found on two different floors, who were certified dead on the scene – whilst adding that the Police do not yet have information about the motive behind the murder. The spokesperson also confirmed that there […]

“First, and Possibly Hardest Day Done and Dusted” – Rafel Sammut

  Rafel Sammut, one of the Chefs from Malta, currently cooking meals for all the victims of the Beirut explosions has shared with us what their first day in Lebanon was like. The group of chefs are led by Hany Harb, of Ali Baba Restaurant. “Thousands of meals done on a 3hr sleep. Getting to […]

Two Men Arrested As They Run Into Turtle Nest In Ghadira

  Two men were arrested earlier today after they ran into the enclosure which has been set up to protect a turtle nest at Ghadira Bay. A spokesperson for Nature Trust, told The Times of Malta that the two people were drunk when they ran into the nest, breaching an outer border, which was made […]

University Issues Further Admission Concessions In View of the Current COVID-19 Situation

  Further to the concessions announced previously regarding admission to courses in October 2020, in view of the current situation regarding COVID-19, the University has also agreed to the following concessions: For students who are in mandatory quarantine ordered by the health authorities during the September 2020 Matriculation examination session: applicants wishing to join Medicine […]

Another Flamingo Spotted In Ghadira, In Less Than A Week

It seems like come August/September, flamingos take a keen interest in our Maltese seas. It was only a couple of days ago, that a flamingo was spotted both in Ghadira and Birzebbugia bay. Now, in less than a week, another flamingo has dropped by Ghadira Bay for a visit, getting really close to swimmers nearby. […]

35 Years Ago Today: Maltese Swimmer, Alfred Kitcher, Broke A World Record

A post on Facebook page Personaġġi Maltin, shared a post about Alfred Kitcher, who, 35 years today, became the world record holder at the time, for being in the water the longest. He spent a total of 200 hours in the water, breaking the longest record at the time, which was 144 hours. His journey […]

Malta Publishes List of Countries on Amber List

  As of midnight, on Friday 21st August 2020, passengers arriving from the following countries will be required to submit a negative COVID-19 Polymerase Chain Reaction (PCR) test before boarding flights to Malta. Passengers who do not present this certificate can be asked to swab at the Malta International Airport or asked to self-quarantine in […]

Dr Jonathan Young Wins the 2020 BOV Prize in Medicine

  Congratulations are in order for Dr Jonathan Young, who was presented with the BOV Prize in Medicine. This award is presented annually, to the student who attains the highest marks in the final qualifications in Medicine. Established by Bank of Valletta and the Faculty of Medicine at the University of Malta, and now its […]

Here Are All the Measures In Place At This Year’s O-Level and A-Level Examinations

  Between today and tomorrow, students will be receiving their timetables for the MATSEC and SEC Examinations, i.e. O-Levels and A-Levels, which are due to commence towards the end of this month. Following advice from the Health Authorities, Education Minister Owen Bonnici said that the number of students in each examination venue will be much […]