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No doctor transfers to Vitals until contracts fully published, union warns
Health 07-02

After learning that hospital staff is being transferred to Vitals Global Healthcare without their consent, doctors' union MAM has warned that it will not commit any of its members until the full version of their contracts will be published

On World Cancer Day, President announces TV sets for each bed at oncology centre
Health 04-02

Cancer support organisations set to join forces in new association to raise awareness, provide better support

Four prime ministers, nine milky teas and two-dozen Maltese pastizzi please
Food 04-02

Order up for four EU premiers and their partners at Rabat’s legendary Crystal Palace: ‘Disà te, zewg tuzzani pastizzi’ please

Roasted rabbit with orange and sage
Food 04-02

Traditionally fried rabbit is the most comforting dish, however it makes a huge mess of the kitchen. Michael Diacono’s recipe for roasted rabbit with orange and sage puts rabbit back on the menu as all it takes is one dish and much less mess. 

Asian fried rabbit bellies
Food 04-02

Rabbit bellies can be found in the frozen section of some larger supermarkets and make easy meals. Michael Diacono deep-fries his rabbit bellies and serves them with an Asian sauce. 

Beyond the tourist spots in central Bali | Indonesia
Travel 03-02

When most people think about Bali, their mind goes straight to the crystal clear waters and beautiful beaches, but what isn’t as publicised is that in the centre of Bali lies a land beyond dreams

Three drugs used by cancer patients added to the national health system
Health 02-02

More free additions planned over the year as Health Ministry plans up-to-date stock within three years 

Malta retains modest ranking in healthcare index
Health 02-02

Malta has moved little up its mid-range ranking in the Euro Health Consumer Index

[WATCH] Risotto with mixed mushrooms and Taleggio
Food 01-02

This risotto with mixed mushrooms and Taleggio is everything you need right now. Speck, mushrooms and butter...can it get any better? 

Malta planning rapid HIV testing as Europe seeks to adopt effective policies
Health 31-01

Expert says sexually transmitted infections are increasing at rates reminiscent to the spread observed in the 60s

Spicy carrot and lentil soup
Food 28-01

If you’re trying to get your kids to eat a more varied diet, this is the recipe to get them to eat more lentils – just go easy on the chilli and the ginger. Michael Diacono shares his recipe for carrot soup with red lentils and plenty of spices. 

Prawn chowder
Food 28-01

This American classic is usually made with clams. Michael Diacono turns this into a more Mediterranean dish with local prawns. 

Fighting obesity: France bans free soda drinks refills
Health 27-01

From Friday restaurants in France will be breaking the law if they offer unlimited fizzy drinks to customers

Maltese diet: More pasta, less fries and less fruit
Food 27-01

A new study has found that the Maltese are eating more bread and pasta but less fruit, vegetables and fatty foods

Tasmania – The land where fairytales are created
Travel 27-01

Tasmania has so much to offer with such little distance to cover, this truly is a travellers dream

Students deserve medical facts, not propaganda on contraception say Women’s Rights Foundation
Health 25-01

Women’s NGO says pro-life groups have to stop dogmatic obfuscation of debate on reproductive rights

Updated | Childhood obesity: Malta suggests ‘tool kit’ to help schools procure the right meals
Health 24-01

Health Minister Chris Fearne tells MEPs that tackling childhood obesity is high on Malta’s presidency health agenda • PN MP Robert Cutajar takes Fearne to task for not enforcing obesity law

School, children, and tablets: why an inability to accommodate can limit the imagination
Health 23-01

During a trial period of tablet incorporation into the daily lessons and activities that was carried out last year in Malta, some of the teachers demonstrated pedagogical creativeness which only revealed the tip of what technologies can do to active learning

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