Shortlist for National Book Prize and Terramaxka Prize 2018 announced
A total of 40 books - 25 for the National Book Prize 2018 and 15 for the Terramaxka 2018 - have been shortlisted out of a total of 172 entries 
Fewer books bought last year but library loans increased
Book loans from public libraries stood at 910,976 in 2017, an increase of 8% over the previous year but families bought less books for home
A citizen of the world gets back to the roots | Capital K

Accomplished underground musician Kristian Craig Robinson (aka Capitol K) has...

Accomplished underground musician Kristian Craig Robinson...

Film review | Mission Impossible: Fallout

The sixth edition of the Mission Impossible film franchise is a triumph of...

The sixth edition of the Mission Impossible film franchise...

The first women writers in ‘Lehen il-Malti’

Jesmond Sharples • The beginning of the 20th century is characterised by a...

Jesmond Sharples • The beginning of the 20th century...

‘What’s going on here?’ | Ruth Borg

Currently studying mime in Amsterdam, actress Ruth Borg will be making a...

Currently studying mime in Amsterdam, actress Ruth Borg...

Creating a centre for books in Valletta

As more people opted to buy books online, local bookshops took a hit and Maltese consumers increasingly became less exposed to Maltese books

As more people opted to buy books online, local bookshops...

Film review | The Happy Prince

Compromised by amateurish tics that betray all the markings of a directorial debut, Rupert Everett’s take on the last days of Oscar Wilde nonetheless...

Compromised by amateurish tics that betray all the markings...

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Dun Karm Psaila’s opus to get Arabic translation by Walid Nabhan

National literature prize-winner Walid Nabhan is translating a number of Dun...

National literature prize-winner Walid Nabhan is...

‘Colour in Valletta’ installed in Malta’s capital

​Part of St. Lucia Street in Valletta has been given a splash of colour with...

​Part of St. Lucia Street in Valletta has been given a...

American movies dominate Malta's cinemas in 2017

The most popular movies in 2017 were ‘Beauty and the Beast’,...

The most popular movies in 2017 were ‘Beauty and...

Animating the parade | Parade & The Velvet Gentleman

Part of the Modern Music Days initiative, Parade & The Velvet Gentleman...

Part of the Modern Music Days initiative, Parade & The...

Wall paintings that document the Great Siege to be restored

A series of wall paintings at the Grand Master’s Palace in Valletta that...

A series of wall paintings at the Grand Master’s...

Updated | Malta’s master of ceramics, Gabriel Caruana, dies at 89

Gabriel Caruana leaves behind a legacy of work that defined the modern art...

Gabriel Caruana leaves behind a legacy of work that defined...

[WATCH] Large-scale photography project to define diverse Malta

Zvezdan Reljic’s Wiċċna pins its hopes on a crowdfunding drive to...

Zvezdan Reljic’s Wiċċna pins its hopes on a...

Film Review | In The Fade

Turkish-German director Faith Akin uses the rise of the far-right in Germany as the key base material to construct a taut, compelling revenge...

Turkish-German director Faith Akin uses the rise of the...

Laughing at human complexity | Chris Dingli

Versatile comic actor Christopher Dingli will soon be uttering the classic...

Versatile comic actor Christopher Dingli will soon be...

Film review | Hereditary

Aster’s film is a prime example of horror’s ability to remind us how, beneath the veneer of what we put up, the truth will always plunge us into...

Aster’s film is a prime example of horror’s...

Now we got X Factor, we have some instant celebs to deal with

Fame is a two-edged sword and with the fans, one will always have haters. For...

Fame is a two-edged sword and with the fans, one will...

Maltese tenor Joseph Calleja: ‘Music industry faces extinction without EU legislation’

Tenor Joseph Calleja defends controversial new Copyright Directive

Tenor Joseph Calleja defends controversial new Copyright...