This Maltese Student Conducting Research On A Drowning Island Explains Why The University Car Park Issue Is A Big Deal
'In Malta where the car-god reigns, we decide to use the middle of a running track as a parking space for cars'
In the unpublished e-mails, Christopher Kalin shows his enthusiasm in working with Joseph Muscat
This comes following the closure of car park six
Fisheries Director Andreina Fenech Farrugia, who says she has been 'singled out', has been suspended
'I hope the dog-owner gets what he deserves - but I don't want the dog to be put down'
Funds raised will go towards conserving Valletta's iconic skyline
And anyone with a creative idea for positive social change can enter
The streets set to be rebuilt are listed below - is yours included?
After Promising Miracle 'Three Minute' Cure For Depression, Religious Sect In Malta Says It Might Have Exaggerated A Bit
The Commissioner for Mental Health has urged people to seek help from 'professionals who are licensed and regulated by law'
He’s the first Maltese to ever claim this title
A Group Of University Of Malta Researchers Are Creating Microbes That Can Eat Through Single-Use Plastics
Plastic-eating microbes could be the answer to the global environmental problem
‘Mina's declaration is just contributing to creating confusion amongst the Maltese electorate’