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He Killed Again

The crime we are about to witness happened in the year 1860, a time when convicts who were sentenced to prison, were sentenced to a life of hardship and were given little scraps of...

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Rabbit Stew

Although many may find it unusual, considering rabbits to be mere fluffy pets, rabbit stew (stuffat tal-fenek) is considered to be Malta’s national signature dish. It is so popular in fact, that it has...

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The Grima Murder

Tony and his wife Anna were very hardworking farmers, who lived off their land in Dingli. On a very cold afternoon, Tony was returning from a very rewarding meeting, as he had sold all...

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Marsaxlokk Fish Market

The sun glitters magically on the blue Mediterranean sea, tiny coloured boats bob up and down in the harbour, while weathered men and women set up a large number of small stalls all around...

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Cain’s Sin

The following murder we are about to witness shows the brutal death of a young ten-year-old boy who lived in the village of Żabbar. Joseph Deguara was assassinated on the 12th of April 1908...

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Maltese Children’s Traditional Rhymes

The first nursery rhymes (taqbiliet), and songs are sung to the children while they are still in the cradle, then later, as they rock on their parents knees, playing with a baby rattle (ċekċieka),...