Last Updated 18 | 07 | 2014 at 15:23

Lifestyle / Youths

Taħżiż, the empowerment programme which focuses on creative writing, has entered its second year. The second residential seminar will be held between the 25th and the 27th of July, during which the...Read More >>

  • Teenage cancer survivor gets surprise police escort to his school ball

    Kieran Maxwell a teenage cancer survivor who lost his leg to a rare form of the disease has been given a surprise police escort to his school ball. He was diagnosed with Ewing's Sarcoma childhood cancer when he was 12, and had an  above-knee amputation on his left leg...
  • iMovo and MCAST Collaborate in Setting up an Educational Partnership

    The Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with iMovo, a leading Business Intelligence (BI) and Customer Experience Management (CEM) company. The agreement will see both parties collaborate to set up an educational...
  • National Cinema Day 2014

    14 films are programmed for this year's National Cinema Day set to be held on Saturday 12 July. Once again local cinemagoers will be offered a wide selection of the best available current movies at discounted prices of admission of Euro 3.50 for normal films and Euro 5...
  • Young BirdLife members enjoy close encounter with wildlife on shearwater boat trip

    Yesterday evening young members of BirdLife Malta’s Klabb Ħuttaf took to the sea for a wildlife encounter with one of Malta’s most enigmatic birds, the Scopoli’s Shearwater.
  • Art Exhibition held by ŻAK

    ŻAK together with the Ħal Tarxien 1997/98 group, held an opening event for an Art Exhibition as part of the 72 Hours and Lost in Creations projects on Friday 27th June at the Cavallieri Art Hotel in St. Julians. A number of artists aged between 10 and 30 years...
  • University Engineering Student Projects Exhibition 2014

    The Engineering Projects Exhibition, which this year celebrates its 25th anniversary, is an annual event that showcases the practical and academic work carried out by University of Malta students during the final year of their B.Eng. (Hons) degree programme.
  • New Dracula series premieres on GO Stars

    Dracula, the story of the Transylvanian vampire count, is well known to many. In this new adaptation, to be broadcast on every Sunday from 6 July at 9.45pm on GO Stars, the story is given a more modern twist in a late 19th Century London setting.
  • KSU Cyber Harassment Policy

    Following the recent issues with regards to cyber harassment especially among University students, KSU together with CSA – the Criminology Student Association and other students from different organizations initiated discussions to formulate a Cyber Harassment Policy...
  • “Clean-up to Green-up!”

    On the European Clean-up day, 10th May, 25 youths from Rotaract Malta La Valette, ĠENISTA Research Foundation, and Malta UNESCO Youth Association worked together under the slogan of “Clean-up to Green-up!” Mark Causon (ĠENISTA) gave a brief talk to the youths on the...
  • Launch Mediterranean Tour departing from Malta, an international website which claims to be, ‘The World's Biggest Night Life Community’, portal has launched a very diverse campaign called The Tilllate Mediterranean Tour.