26 March 2015, 12:09pm
While I wasn’t expecting Muscat to be any less suspicious of direct democracy than his immediate predecessor, I did at least expect him to avoid making the same mistakes that Gonzi made only four years ago.
26 March 2015, 11:43am
A decade ago, I used to think the biggest offenders were those from the IT world but recently I’ve come to the conclusion that it actually is the (digitally-creative) marketing folk who instinctively talk to impress.
25 March 2015, 7:54am
Caruana Curran’s most didactic and lasting legacy to posterity will be that of a courageous, inspired and impartial judge, often in the face of hostility and adversity by the executive during the 1970s and 1980s
25 March 2015, 11:35am
A pair of hunters contemplate the lexical accuracy of a referendum-inspired graffito.
22 March 2015, 10:49am
Hunters prop up their campaign to retain spring hunting by donating blood.
19 March 2015, 9:14am
25 March 2015, 11:45am
Joseph Muscat's treatment of the hunting referendum has politicised the debate, in what is a betrayal of the democratic principle that the referendum otherwise seeks to bear out.
24 March 2015, 7:04am
Engerer’s European credentials are not under discussion here but rather the inescapable whiff of political nepotism that raises eyebrows
19 March 2015, 11:21am
The National Audit Office report observed that a direct order on six months’ hedging on unleaded gas and diesel was “detracting from the process’s accountability and a shortcoming in terms of governance.”
Data & Surveys Muscat leads by 15 points in trust barometer