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10th April 2018

Charles Buttigieg, 18, a young scholar from Ghajnsielem in Gozo, has been offered a full tuition scholarship to study Voice at the prestigious Curtis Institute of Music in Philadelphia.

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26th March 2018

The award-winning wine is crafted by Emmanuel Delicata Winemaker. It was the winery’s only entry and the only Maltese wine to win this year.

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Jo Caruana - 25th March 2018

A few months into his role as CEO of Heritage Malta, Noel Zammit discusses the agency’s milestone achievements and the exciting plans in place for safeguarding many of Malta’s historical gems.

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Rebecca Anastasi - 24th March 2018

After living on the move for years, portrait artist Philippa Bianchi returns home to talk about the excitement of new discoveries, and the way her art strives to honour her subject’s achievements and humanity.

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6th March 2018

The event attracted chefs from across the island who competed across a vast range of categories.

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1st March 2018

"Audiences will see our Don Giovanni set in the 1950s but with a Gotham City atmosphere that fits perfectly with the touch of the supernatural.”

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20th February 2018

The leading design duo stayed at the Corinthia Hotel in London while making preparations for this milestone fashion moment.

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19th February 2018

Medina is a collection of ten unoaked, fruity wines made from hand-picked grapes, consisting of four blends and six mono-varietals.

Marie-Claire Grima - 18th February 2018

“Most of us remember going to Valletta and spending time browsing through books in a bookshop, but reality is different today.”

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Sarah Micallef - 10th February 2018

“A few years down the line, Mriehel will be the main business district of Malta," says Silvana Callus Mizzi, owner and chef at Levantina Bistro Bakehouse.

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23rd January 2018

John Naudi says his love for Valletta helped him evoke life in the city in the 19th century, when it had five times the population it hosts today.

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8th January 2018

These bastions were designed by military engineer Pietro Paolo Floriani in 1635 to protect Valletta from the ever-increasing range of artillery attacks.

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3rd January 2018

Charles ‘City’ Gatt has been awarded the Gold Medal 2017 by the Malta Society of Arts in recognition for his contribution to various forms of art.

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Martina Said - 29th December 2017

The renowned watercolourist talks us through his artistic journey, his defining moments, and how his life’s passions all form part of the same puzzle.

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Marie-Claire Grima - 19th December 2017

It’s the end of Roger Friggieri’s first year as Executive Chef at InterContinental, and one that he will look back on with pride.

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Marie-Claire Grima - 10th December 2017

Kenneth Zammit Tabona, artistic director of the Manoel Theatre and founder of the Valletta International Baroque Festival, talks about the festival’s journey so far, the enduring appeal of Baroque, and what lies ahead for the Manoel.

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5th December 2017

From bread-making to the cuisines of Italy, France and Spain, cooking enthusiasts can now learn new skills at the Academy’s purposely-designed Valletta kitchen-classroom.

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4th December 2017

It has now been five years since VIBE was founded and this will be its first Christmas performance.

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1st December 2017

The festival, which started on the 21st November and will end on the 7th December, consists of 14 concerts.

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21st November 2017

“We all love a good story, and we want to tell stories with our music that can truthfully represent our generation, and inspire them to seize the day.”

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13th November 2017

Ms Mifsud has literally taken a leaf out of some of her favourite gardens, giving eternal life to the beauty and perfection of the botanical world.

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18th October 2017

Mr Calleja is a versatile artist, constantly challenging himself, and incessantly experimenting with a broad spectrum of media and technique, blurring the boundaries of painting and sculpture.

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Sarah Micallef - 12th November 2017

Visual artist and Chairman of Fondazzjoni Kreattivita Rupert Cefai details the fluidity with which he approaches the themes, techniques and subjects of his work.

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Rebecca Anastasi - 15th October 2017

When French fine art photographer Cyril Sancereau moved to Malta two and a half years ago, his roving camera followed, taking pure images of the seemingly ordinary.

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12th October 2017

The annual fund raiser will feature Joseph Calleja performing along with a number of the 28 scholars who have been supported thus far by the Foundation.

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4th October 2017

The use of essential oils goes well beyond their fragrant appeal; they have been used throughout history in many cultures for their health-promoting properties.

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1st October 2017

Jesper Kärrbrink, CEO of Mr Green, was out paddling with his family one day when they got an unpleasant surprise.

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19th September 2017

The 16th edition of Festival Mediterranea will be organised by Teatru Astra, which is celebrating its 50th anniversary, thanks to the support of BOV.

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14th September 2017

The future technologies that we once thought can only be seen in movies will be coming to Science in the City on Friday 29 September from 6pm onwards.

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Rebecca Anastasi - 9th September 2017

The annual operational expenditure of Heritage Malta, the national agency for museums, conservation practice and cultural heritage, amounts to around €12 million per year.