Malta Jazz Festival to hold midday concerts
The Malta Jazz Festival has announced the number of performances for the Valletta Midday Jazz Concerts, running from 17 till 22 July
[WATCH] Pyrotechnic show lights up Haz-Zebbug skies
Haz-Zebbug residents treated to spectacular Pyro Rhapsody fireworks display at vilalge feast 
Haz-Zebbug fireworks enthusiasts promise a night to remember

The Pyro Rhapsody show – where pyrotechnics and technology meet –...

The Pyro Rhapsody show – where pyrotechnics and...

Ħal Saflieni Hypogeum to re-open mid-May

The Ħal Saflieni Hypogeum will open its doors to the public on 15 May...

The Ħal Saflieni Hypogeum will open its doors to the...

This small Zejtun church was a lookout for pirates and still has a traditional festa

The feast of St Gregory has shaped Zejtun’s history and identity, as its mayor explains how the fear of marauding pirates scared off bishops from ever...

The feast of St Gregory has shaped Zejtun’s history...

Sliema Arts Festival cancelled as government delays funds

Much awaited Sliema Arts Festival cancelled after department for local...

Much awaited Sliema Arts Festival cancelled after...

The passion of Good Friday

Paul Cocks goes on a personal journey to meet the amateurs behind the Holy Week pageantry

Paul Cocks goes on a personal journey to meet the...

St John’s Co-Cathedral Museum closed for extension and refurbishment works

The museum at St John’s Co-Cathedral has been temporarily closed as it enters the dismantling phase in preparation for its refurbishment and extension...

The museum at St John’s Co-Cathedral has been...

Malta Jazz Festival 2017 promises to be an unforgettable event

Al di Meola, Antonio Sanchez and Mark Guiliana are amongst the jazz artists who...

Al di Meola, Antonio Sanchez and Mark Guiliana are amongst...

Heritage Malta paying €31,000 for De Valette dagger exhibition

Grand Master de Valette's famous dagger is currently on display at the...

Grand Master de Valette's famous dagger is currently on...

Malta to ratify UNESCO intangible culture convention

Country will allow aspects of Maltese culture, such as village feasts, to...

Country will allow aspects of Maltese culture, such as...

[WATCH] Political satire and Carnival floats

MaltaToday’s photographer James Bianchi roamed the streets of Valletta on...

MaltaToday’s photographer James Bianchi roamed the...

'Public figures' warned: Carnival satire is coming after you

Il-Qarcilla, a poetic farce, was first written in 1760 and 'a revamped'...

Il-Qarcilla, a poetic farce, was first written in 1760 and...

Grand Master’s dagger to return to Malta after 200 years for exhibition

The dagger that belonged to Grand Master Jean de Valette is being loaned to Malta for a Heritage Malta exhibition, returning to the island after 219 years

The dagger that belonged to Grand Master Jean de Valette is...

Celebrate Carnival at Esplora with a new interactive walk-in workshop

Science and culture meet this year as Carnival takes over the national science...

Science and culture meet this year as Carnival takes over...

Valletta Tritons head off to Italy for restoration works

The Triton statues will be extensively restored in Florence foundry as part of...

The Triton statues will be extensively restored in Florence...

Malta the party island: Isle of MTV confirmed for the next four years

Now in its 11th year, the Isle of MTV Malta music concert will return to...

Now in its 11th year, the Isle of MTV Malta...

Watch the sun rise on the first day of winter at Mnajdra Temples

Visitors at Mnajdra will marvel at sunrise as the sun’s rays light up the...

Visitors at Mnajdra will marvel at sunrise as the...

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