Lija triumphs at Fireworks Festival
The St Michael’s Fireworks Factory from Lija took home the ‘Public Opinion’ trophy during last night’s award ceremony.
Feast of fireworks lights up the night sky next week
A fireworks symposium and festival will run until May 1.
Festa Frawli returns on Sunday

For the sixth consecutive year, the Mgarr Local Council will be organising Festa Frawli (Strawberry Feast) at the Mgarr Square and its streets.

For the sixth consecutive year, the Mgarr Local Council...

Revisiting Holy Week

In the run up to Easter, Heritage Malta aims to breathe new life into Holy Week events.

In the run up to Easter, Heritage Malta aims to breathe new...

Valletta’s dead heart

On the eve of an ‘architectural exhibition’ proposing that the once vibrant ‘Suq’ in Valletta be turned into an art museum, we speak to the architect...

On the eve of an ‘architectural exhibition’ proposing...

Maltese panoramas on the screen

A website set up and run by two ‘IT enthusiasts’ is proving to be a hit amongst both local heritage enthusiasts, expats and even tourists.

A website set up and run by two ‘IT enthusiasts’ is...

NGO calls for help to restore ‘the first church of Valletta’

Heritage and conservation NGO Din l-Art Helwa are appealing to the public for...

Heritage and conservation NGO Din l-Art Helwa are appealing...

Let’s talk about City Gate

The City Gate project may have receded from the headlines, but a couple of upcoming events aim to get people talking about the controversial rehabilitation of...

The City Gate project may have receded from the headlines,...

Successful Writing for the Media seminar held by ESU and DESA

The English-Speaking Union and the Department of English Students Association...

The English-Speaking Union and the Department of English...

What's On | February 12

Our guide to upcoming cultural events.

Our guide to upcoming cultural events.

At long last, welcome to political satire in Carnival

Political satire was banned in 1936 under British Colonial rule, and the ban...

Political satire was banned in 1936 under British Colonial...

What's On | February 5

Our guide to upcoming cultural events.

Our guide to upcoming cultural events.

Culture Minister expresses interest in political satire during Carnival

Malta’s own Carnival product to take part in Italy’s Carnival in Viareggio.

Malta’s own Carnival product to take part in Italy’s...

WWII anti aircraft gun displayed at Fort Rinella

New attraction through Fondazzjoni Wirt Artna-BOV collaboration

New attraction through Fondazzjoni Wirt Artna-BOV...

What's On | January 22

The week ahead.

The week ahead.

What's On | January 15

The week ahead.

The week ahead.

New Heritage Malta CEO

Gozo ministry permanent secretary is new heritage chief executive

Gozo ministry permanent secretary is new heritage chief...

Ministry announces European Capital of Culture evaluators

The Ministry for Tourism, Culture and the Environment as the National Managing...

The Ministry for Tourism, Culture and the Environment as...

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