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Tennis in Malta. TennisLine academy tennis lessons

Tennis in Malta gets a new academy

Tennis in Malta is set to get more pro with the launch of a new academy training adults and kids. TennisLine is offering both summer schools and all year round tennis lessons.

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European Health Insurance Card

European Health Insurance Card: don’t leave home without it

The European Health Insurance Card gives you peace of mind when you’re on short stays in other EU states (plus four non-EU countries). It’s free and covers emergency state medical treatment. Get one now!

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Football in Malta, past and present: a brief round up

Fanfare to Football in Malta

A round-up of football in Malta which digs up some surprising firsts, from big name players loving the islands to Malta’s place as one of the oldest footballing nations worldwide. A look at the game’s fans, clubs, career players and culture.

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Maltalingua, English Language School: adult course poolside.

English language school’s seal of educational excellence

Newcomer among Malta’s English language schools Maltalingua makes its mark on standards with ‘EAQUALS’ educational excellence award.

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Malta National Aquarium

Malta’s National Aquarium: a review

Malta National Aquarium: a Malta Inside Out visit & review. It’s small, a bit pricey but our verdict is it’s worth a visit and a session of ‘finding nemo’.

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Mnajdra temples on Soltice morning

Malta with Children: Try out the Temples

Malta’s megalithic temples can fire kids’ imagination. Our guide to making the most of Hagar Qim, Mnajdra and Tarxien temples with kids in tow.

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Fortifications Centre, Valletta, Malta

The Fortifications Interpretation Centre: a must-visit in Valletta

The Fortifications Centre is a must-see in Valletta. Francesca di Puccio discovered its curiosities and says it’s ideal for all the family.

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Gruelling stuff eating satchel. Rather him than me!

Life at Sea at the Maritime Museum

Life at Sea, safely viewed on land. If a sailor’s life’s for you, get down to Birgu’s Maritime Museum on Sunday 19 May.

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Learning differently: Waldorf schools emphasise creativity

Schooling in Malta: any room for alternative models of education?

Education, a hot topic. Especially now with the new National Curriculum. We hear from a parent who is keen to pioneer an alternative model of schooling in Malta.

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school bag

Malta is back to school, finally!

Malta is back to school. Finally. Our children have among the longest summer vacations of all EU countries. The why and the wherefore?

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Ice cream and more ice cream - kiddy summer heaven

Malta’s long summer holiday: Kids’ views

Kids on the good and bad bits of Malta’s endless sultry summer days.

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Empty desk policy - same as it ever was in Malta's schools

Who let the kids out?

Malta’s school kids have just started their very long summer holidays. But at what price to their education and their parents’ pockets and sanity?

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two sides to mothers' day in Malta

Mothers’ Day in Malta: an alternative view.

Mothers’ Day in Malta sees roadside stalls selling pink hydrangeas. It’s a tradition. And traditional is the way Malta views the role of women. It’s time this changed.

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Children’s ‘parties’ where harmony reigns

Find out about a small, but growing movement in Malta that’s committed to giving children of many nationalities a good time in a spirit of unity and harmony, with some of the party trappings as well of course!

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