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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

Creme brûlée
Food 21-01

This French classic is a favourite among many. Michael Diacono shares an easy recipe. The trick, he says, is to use a shallow dish so that you get a good burnt sugar to cream ratio. 

Lemon posset
Food 21-01

Lemon posset is an old-school English dessert that has lost some of its popularity. Michael Diacono gives this classic a new lease of life. 

Jasmine tea pannacotta with honey
Food 21-01

Everyone loves a good pannacotta. Michael Diacono flavours this one with jasmine tea and local honey for light, delicate flavours that can be appreciated after any meal. 

Levonelle and Escapelle emergency contraceptives authorised for sale
Health 20-01

Medicines Authority pushes back against suggestions that the World Health Organisation and European Medicines Authority are intentionally deceiving consumers

Exploring Australia’s raw beauty in the Grampians
Travel 20-01

With its natural beauty and continuing aboriginal importance it is no wonder that the 'Gariwerd' is on the list of National Heritage

Medicines Authority: emergency contraception does not cause abortion
Health 19-01

Medicines Authority replies to Life Network Foundation: emergency contraception does not cause abortion, would be wrong to deny access to medicines

Artichokes with broad beans and peas in a bun
Food 14-01

The winter is a great time for veggies and the globe artichoke one reason we can look forward to the cold season. In this recipe Michael Diacono uses local artichokes with broad beans and peas and stuffs them into brown bread rolls and then bakes them. The perfect comfort food

Artichoke and Maltese sausage stew
Food 14-01

Slow-cooked stews are what winters are made for. Michael Diacono’s artichoke and Maltese sausage recipe has all the benefits of a slow cooked stew that can be prepared in a fraction of the time. 

Show that cast white actor as Michael Jackson pulled by Sky
Television 13-01

UK broadcaster pulls Michael Jackson programme after family complaints

The wildlife of Kinabatangan river | Malaysia
Travel 13-01

Very few places in all of South East Asia can offer such a diverse array of species in such close quarters in the wild

Medical study calls for mandatory helmets for children
Health 13-01

A report in the Malta Medical Journal proposes that it should be mandatory for children to wear helmets when riding a bike, but it also advises against mandatory helmets for adults as this may result in decline in number of cyclists

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