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The mighty Maltese fenkata about to take London by storm
Food 07-12

This is not just rabbit stew: it's the national Maltese dish with all the trimmings, the brainchild of top chefs Nicole Pisani and David Darmanin

With one in four smokers, the Maltese are among EU’s more prolific tobacco users
Health 07-12

One in every four persons aged 15 or over in the European Union is a smoker… and 1 in 5 confronted by passive smoking

Maltese heart care fights an uphill battle against poor lifestyle
Health 07-12

Major inequalities in the use of basic heart medicines between countries

Bill to allow 16-year olds obtain medical help without parental consent presented
Health 06-12

Bill presented by government whip Godfrey Farrugia to make it easier for youths to seek the advice of a medical professional on issues such as addiction, sexual health and nutrition

University and ALS Malta sign agreement putting Malta at forefront of ALS research
Health 05-12

ALS Malta and the University of Malta sign agreement for three-year Ph.D. programme in ALS research

Lampuki with Jerusalem artichoke and a cherry tomato sauce
Food 03-12

Choosing sustainable fish makes our cooking more environmentally friendly, but this doesn't need to be at the detriment of flavour. Michael Diacono uses Jerusalem artichokes with lampuki and serves it with a cherry tomato sauce for a seasonal, sustainable dish. 

Bay and fennel-stuffed fish with baked radishes
Food 03-12

This recipe can be made with any small fish, but Michael Diacono goes completely sustainable and uses bouge, better known by their Maltese name vopi. He serves them with baked radishes and a salsa verde. 

Malta registers lowest proportions of long-standing limitations
Health 02-12

When it comes to long-standing limitations in activities due to health problems, in 2015 Malta had the lowest reports across the EU with 9.7%

Get your copy of Gourmet Today magazine, out this Sunday with MaltaToday
Food 02-12

The Christmas issue of Gourmet Today magazine is out this Sunday, free with MaltaToday. 

Gingered pear and chocolate pavlova
Food 02-12

We love a good pavlova but strawberry season is a long way off. Just as the clouds are rolling in and we are already missing sunny days by the sea, this pavlova recipe will bring back memories of those care-free days. Instead of strawberries we use pears poached in ginger and slathered in melted chocolate. What you have here is a perfectly wintery summer dessert.  

Lamu, an African beach destination
Travel 02-12

Getting to Lamu takes an eight-hour bus ride from the city of Mombasa, followed by 45 minutes on a ferry, but once the commuting ordeal is over you will realise it was well worth it

Nestlé scientists can slash sugar in chocolate without changing taste
Health 01-12

Swiss producer of Kit Kat, Aeros and Yorkies says its scientists have discovered how to ‘structure sugar differently’

Malta to host conference on rare diseases in March
Health 01-12

Social Dialogue Minister Helena Dalli says that a conference organised by the European Organisation for Rare Diseases will be held in Malta in March 2017

Malta named top holiday destination for 2017
Travel 01-12

Travel search site Skyscanner has named Malta as its top pick for travel destination for Britons next year, pointing to the ‘emerging’ dance and music scenes

[WATCH] Fearne: ‘Mater Dei alone cannot provide country with quality healthcare levels required’
Health 01-12

The medical sector requires collaboration with the private sector, as well as focus on research, health minister Chris Fearne says

Winter walks and comforting meals
Food 30-11

Dining out in winter is a much heartier affair. Cooler temperatures and resulting larger appetites make for more exciting, lingering eating-out experiences. AMY MICALLEF DECESARE discovers the treats in store at Villa Cortinthia  

Air Malta to operate double daily flights to Munich, Rome and Catania next summer
Travel 30-11

Air Malta will be increasing the frequency of its flights to 10 destinations during the summer season, while Munich, Rome and Catania in particular will see almost double daily flights

Gay rights groups propose new treatment and easier access to HIV medication
Health 30-11

The Malta Gay Rights Movement and Allied Rainbow Communities advocated for a new HIV treatment protocol and access to medication through national health service in their call for better measures to address 'rise in HIV infections'

Brussels commemorates slain journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia
MaltaToday asked people in Valletta today how they felt about Daphne Caruana Galizia's assassination
Customs Department destroys counterfeit shoes (Footage: Customs Department)
Adrian Delia calls for Prime Minister’s resignation over Caruana Galizia murder