Summer carnival set to go ahead this weekend
The annual summer carnival that had previously been cancelled due to the death of a volunteer is set to go ahead this weekend. 
[WATCH] Jazz and augmented reality to take people closer to the science shaping their lives
Creative jazz concerts, neurodiverse dance, science shows, magicians, and augmented reality in Valletta’s celebration of science
[WATCH] Greasy does it! St Julian’s Gostra competition wraps up

Competitors run up the Gostra greasy pole to catch one of the tricolor flags -...

Competitors run up the Gostra greasy pole to catch one of...

‘The role of the artist is under threat’ | Astrid Alben

Ahead of her participation at this year’s edition of the Malta...

Ahead of her participation at this year’s edition of...

Fragments from man’s first ever moon landing on display in Gozo

Heritage Malta is inviting members of the public to view moon fragments donated...

Heritage Malta is inviting members of the public to view...

‘Considering Malta’s size, the volume and diversity of cultural activity is exceptional’

MaltaToday speaks to Welsh-born, Malta-based artist Laura Swale about ‘The MACC’ (The Malta Arts and Culture Club): a one-stop-shop online service...

MaltaToday speaks to Welsh-born, Malta-based artist Laura...

[WATCH] Kite festival of diversity brightens up Valletta skies

Children gathered in Valletta to fly kites alongside master kite builder Guo...

Children gathered in Valletta to fly kites alongside master...

Eating cheese in Lent? That was flogging and two years as a galley slave in 17th century Malta

Religion in 17th century Malta generated rigid food patterns: find out more at the historic cookalong sessions taking place at the Inquisitor’s Palace...

Religion in 17th century Malta generated rigid food...

Malta’s black procession and a mysterious reliquary linked to the Passion returns after 140 years

After 140 years, the Inquisitor Palace’s chapel received a historical reliquary with the revival of the Black Procession in Vittoriosa

After 140 years, the Inquisitor Palace’s chapel...

Books, talks and more brought to you on campus

The sixth edition of the Campus Book Festival kicked off on Wednesday at the...

The sixth edition of the Campus Book Festival kicked off on...

Shining a light on the inter-connected Mediterranean

Ahead of the ROTOT seminar on intercultural dialogue in the Mediterranean, Dr...

Ahead of the ROTOT seminar on intercultural dialogue in the...

Heritage Malta to give away 1,000 gift packs to students

Heritage Malta is giving away gift packs to the first 1,000 students who visit...

Heritage Malta is giving away gift packs to the first 1,000...

Tenor Joseph Calleja sings for a good cause tonight

The Joseph Calleja Foundation was established to provide encouragement and...

The Joseph Calleja Foundation was established to provide...

Create an orange conserve from 1748 at Malta’s Inquisitor’s Palace

Maltese blood oranges earned a reputation of excellence in the 18th century few of us appreciate today...

Maltese blood oranges earned a reputation of excellence in...

Would you spend a night inside the Inquisition’s 17th century prison cell?

An unusual night on All Souls’ Day with a roast pork feast and traditional food

An unusual night on All Souls’ Day with a roast pork...

Chamber where the Inquisition tortured blasphemers in Malta free to the public

The Inquisitor’s Palace in Birgu is free to the public on Independence Day on 21 September

The Inquisitor’s Palace in Birgu is free to the...

These 4th century Paleochristian catacombs once faced destruction because of roadworks

Malta’s Ta’ Bistra catacombs have survived an entire farm built over the underground tombs...

Malta’s Ta’ Bistra catacombs have survived an...

Emma Muscat among line-up of international artists for this year's Notte Bianca

This year’s edition of the festival is expected to draw the largest ever crowds

This year’s edition of the festival is expected to...

You can be a UN delegate for a weekend

If you fancy UN-style debates and want to be part of them, you can still sign up for a simulation exercise that will happen between 14 and 16 September

If you fancy UN-style debates and want to be part of them,...

Call for people to join the volunteer programme for Science in the City

Be a part of Malta’s biggest science and arts festival: Science in the City is looking for people to join their volunteer programme for 2018

Be a part of Malta’s biggest science and arts...