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[IN PICTURES] A life-long dream come true at Rabat's l-Istazzjon Bar & Kitchen
Restaurants 29-08

Anything worthwhile is worth waiting for. And L-Istazzjon in Rabat has been a long time coming. Reuniting the Borg sisters in the kitchen of this historical building, L-Istazzjon brings to life a life-long passion for the girls. SASHA SHUMARA heads down there for a history lesson as well as a superb meal. 

A little bit of luxury in Vietnam
Travel 25-08

Imagine beginning your day with nothing but the sound of waves and a stunning view. Then, after breakfast, walking the beach or swimming in the crystal clear waters

Almost half of Maltese tourists use coaches while on holiday
Travel 24-08

Surprisingly the survey shows that respondents in Malta (47%) and Cyprus (44%), both of which are surrounded by sea, are the most likely to travel to other countries using a coach

Cocktails and sea views at Corinthia St. George's Broadside Terrace
Restaurants 24-08

The best way to de-stress in the summer is to sit by the sea with a cocktail in hand. Whether it’s to get your weekend started or just to wind down after a busy day, the Broadside Terrace at the Corinthia Hotel St. George’s Bay has everything you need to recharge and refresh. AMY MICALLEF DECESARE takes an average Tuesday night and transforms it into the highlight of her week. 

Maltese choosing better hotels over expensive travel
Travel 23-08

In the last three months of 2016, travellers spent 13.4% more on accommodation than they did in the same period the previous year

Shafa | A taste of Persia comes to Malta
Restaurants 23-08

In the past the only “foreign” food available was Chinese or Indian. Over the last few years, however, we have seen an influx of new restaurants offering flavours from all over the world. Persia has been added to the list with the opening of Shafa. NICOLA COLLINS checks it out

Buitoni Semolina contains undeclared soya traces, health directorate warns
Health 22-08

Consumers suffering from a soya allergy should avoid Buitoni Semolina in 250g packets, as the prodct contains traces of the substance, the environmental health directorate has warned

Magical summer sunsets at Redwhite Rooftop Restaurant
Restaurants 22-08

Summer is a magical time when the day extends until dinner time. The best way to enjoy the turn of day into night is sitting on the rooftop of Palazzo Castelletti, drink in hand, mulling over the menu. SASHA SHUMARA gets a feel for Maltese summers high up above the village of Rabat

Malta in Airbnb top 20 value accommodation
Travel 22-08

Valletta was ranked the 17th European capital for the best value accommodation up for rent on holiday accommodation website Airbnb

The Thirsty Barber continued
Restaurants 22-08

At Gourmet Today we were mightly excited when The Thirsty Barber opened its doors. We are back again to check out what’s new in their world only to find they are in the testing phase of a brand new menu. Here’s the scoop. 

Infertile couples lash out at deceitful song that claims to tell 'embryo's story'
Health 21-08

The song plays on emotions and is devoid of any truth, Malta Infertility Network says

Melita to launch Gigabit speeds, discontinue analogue TV
Television 18-08

Melita is getting ready to launch Gigabit internet speeds in a bid to increase capacities and speeds that cater for the increasing demand for broadband

Summer dining at the water's edge
Restaurants 17-08

Now that summer is in full swing, dining by the sea is an absolute must. But finding a spot that pays attention to good food rather than just selling their location at a premium is a tough job, AMY MICALLEF DECESARE is up to the task. She makes Naar one of her summer regulars

[READ] Gourmet Today August edition online
Food 13-08

The cold issue is now available to read online

Private doctors to write repeat prescriptions for chronic disease sufferers
Health 11-08

Those suffering from chronic illness will only have to retrieve a prescription once every six months, as private doctors can now write repeat prescriptions

Why a Kenya safari should be your next holiday
Travel 11-08

The magic of going on a safari is the dream of many; the smell of the rain when going out on a safari trip will be edged into your mind. But seeing the animals in their natural settings: just awe-inspiring. And Kenya is one of the best places to view game, including the Big 5, which makes it a great place to go to for a safari.

Stunning image of submerged Azure Window gives Dwejra top billing for scuba diving
Travel 11-08

Not all is lost... submerged in Gozo’s blue waters, the Azure Window is now accumulating marine life and offers scuba divers a new playground

Church school kids’ waists suffer effects of lower physical activity
Health 11-08

Girls attending Church schools have a significantly larger waist circumference, than boys in all types of schools and kids of both genders attending State and independent schools

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