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Travel 12:45

Lufthansa will be introducing a third daily flight between Frankfurt and Malta as from Monday

Lamu, an African beach destination
Travel 07:37

After spending a few days on this island, you’ll be surprised at the amount of activities that are available and realise that you will indeed need quite a bit of time to enjoy the region in tranquillity and in your own time

Air Malta resumes scheduled services to Tunis
Travel 25-04

Air Malta connects Malta with North Africa again, new scheduled services to Tunis start on June 26

Labour youths in push for euthanasia
Health 25-04

Forum Zaghzagh Laburisti has come out in favour of legalising euthanasia and will be urging the party to include it in its electoral manifesto

Mozzarella, speck and strawberry salad
Food 22-04

As soon as the spring comes around we start craving lighter meals and salads become more popular, though without a little creativity they can get boring very quickly. Michael Diacono’s mozzarella and strawberry salad with speck and spinach leaves is anything but boring. 

Strawberry roulade
Food 22-04

Nothing is better with strawberries than meringue and cream. Michael Diacono makes a traditional strawberry roulade with meringue and Chantilly cream. Simple and delicious. 

Amsterdam’s more cultured side
Travel 21-04

 There is much more to Amsterdam, so much so that the Dutch, so get to know the Amsterdam the locals love

Apricot frangipane tart
Food 20-04

Frangipane tart is a simple yet delicious dessert. In this recipe Pippa Mattei pairs the soft almond filling with sweet apricots for an incredible dessert that works just as well as a tea-time treat. 

A prescription for Malta’s private healthcare
Health 20-04

Prof. Anthony Warrens, director of Barts’s Institute of Health Sciences Education, talks to Matthew Vella about the new medical school in Gozo and the implications this will have for students and business

[WATCH] Chocolate egg rocky road
Food 15-04

Everybody loves a bit of rocky road. Make yours a little bit more “Easter” with chocolate eggs.

Asian chicken legs in Coca-cola
Food 15-04

These chicken legs are slow cooked in soy sauce and sugary Coca-cola leaving them full of flavour and falling off the bone. The Preca sisters share this easy recipe.

Deconstructed cheesecake
Food 15-04

The Preca sisters take a classic cheesecake recipe and deconstruct it and serve it in tall glasses giving this recipe a new lease of life. 

Exploring aboriginal land in Arnhem Land, Northern Australia
Travel 14-04

It’s hard to imagine so many different types of beautiful geological features within such close proximity to one another

Radio listening increases, as over half the population tunes in
Television 12-04

Average hours TV viewers spent watching the box was 1.73 hours a day, 14 minutes less than that of previous BA audience survey

Senglea’s iconic Macina revived as exclusive Cugó Gran hotel
Travel 12-04

The Sheer Bastion, one of the Grand Harbour’s iconic landmarks, deriving its name ‘Macina’ from the large sheer crane structure ‘macchina’, is set to be a landmark of a different class, a luxury boutique Cugó Gran hotel

140,000 travellers expected over Easter week
Travel 12-04

Malta International Airport is expecting around 140,000 passenger movements during Easter week

Warning! Elections increase heart failure risk, GPs say
Health 12-04

A recent study published in the Malta Medical Journal shows that the chances of dying from heart failure are higher during election years

[WATCH] MRSA infections at Mater Dei hospital down by 90%
Health 11-04

MRSA cases have been reduced by 90% at Mater Dei Hospital, following an investigation in certain practices that could have had certain risk factors

Updated | Exasperated nurses launch ultimatum over understaffed wards
Health 11-04

Facing a situation where there’s only one nurse monitoring a single ward with up to 40 patients and more, the Malta Union of Midwives and Nurses is requesting an urgent meeting with the government

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