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Early MIA check-in advised as reconfiguration might slow down flow
Travel 14-03

Airport passengers advised to arrive early as terminal project enters new phase

[WATCH] Peanut, Sausage and Bean Stew
Food 14-03

There is nothing quite as warming as a good stew, and while the nights are still chilly, why not tuck into this one packed with local ingredients. Made with Maltese sausage, beans and peanut butter, this stew is fantastic served with crusty Maltese bread or brown rice.

We can’t remain complacent on obesity problem, President warns
Health 13-03

A recent study indicates that obesity cost Malta at least €36 million last year 

Pan-fried sea bass on a bed of pearl barley
Food 11-03

The sweetness of the dried fruit, the crunch of the nuts, the chewiness of the pearl barley… all these textures make a great combo with this Mediterranean fish. Try the Preca sisters’ recipe. 

Pan-fried lamb leg steak with rosemary
Food 11-03

This is makes a great Sunday lunch when you’re not going to be enough people to make a larger roast. The Preca sisters use lamb leg steaks and braise them in red wine and tomatoes. 

Majestic views and sulphur mining | Volcano Ijen, Indonesia
Travel 10-03

On the highest summit you will witness the view of a lake within a crater, a colourful landscape and the sea in one picture

Air Malta to increase seat capacity to Brussels during summer
Travel 09-03

Air Malta plans to increase seat capacity by 20,000 seats on its Brussels route this summer

‘Women’s Day – we are not yet where we should be’
Health 08-03

The consensus is clear: on today’s International Women’s Day, Maltese society is far from achieving gender equality

Maltese eating more carbs, less fibre 30 years on from diabetes study
Health 08-03

Diabetes patients are not changing their bad habits, doctors say in obesity study that shows little may have changed since WHO study in 1983

10 reasons Cyprus is the perfect holiday for us in Malta
Travel 07-03

From white sand beaches to Mount Olympus' ski lift, Cyprus is a direct flight away and the perfect holiday for us in Malta.

Cauliflower chowder
Food 04-03

While chowders are usually reserved for seafood, this recipe by the Preca sisters uses all of the flavours whilst eliminating the fish, making it ideal for vegetarians. 

Stuffed quails with porcini risotto
Food 04-03

Quails are great dinner party dishes. Small and individual they make for pretty impressive plates whilst being relatively easy to prepare. The Preca sisters make some quails stuffed with mushroom and truffle risotto served on a bed of mashed potato. 

Gastroenteritis outbreak at Mount Carmel Hospital
Health 03-03

The superintendent of Public Health has initiated an investigation to analyse the situation

Trekking and adventure through Colombia’s hidden jewels | Santa Marta
Travel 03-03

Whilst Tayrona is what attracts both locals and foreigners to this region, the city of Santa Marta itself is quite an exciting spot for nightlife, markets, shopping, travel agencies and much more

[WATCH] All cancer medication to be free within three years, health minister pledges
Health 02-03

National cancer plan envisages all cancer medication on government's formulary list within three years

Ryanair announces three new routes for Malta winter schedule
Travel 01-03

Low-cost airline will be carrying 2.2 million passengers to Malta as it adds new routes and increases flights to others

European project aimed at tackling rare diseases to be launched next week
Health 01-03

The European reference networks are to be launched next week, bringing together healthcare providers across Europe to tackle complex and rare diseases

Maltese living healthiest lives in Europe, report suggests
Health 28-02

Obesity ranked as Malta's main public health problem, while diabetes and HIV are also relatively prevalent 

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