29 August 2015, 7:23am
While a modern and progressive democracy demands that decentralisation is the order of the day, we have witnessed a reversal of the legislative buffers we had grown accustomed to.
27 August 2015, 9:00am
I was reminded of that line this week by Archbishop Charles J. Scicluna, who has dropped various ominous hints of late concerning all the things he ‘wants to do’ in connection with the recent decriminalisation of ‘religious vilification’.
26 August 2015, 8:00am
The most common arguments are those regarding traffic and the price of fuel. The arguments are as ridiculous as they can get.
27 August 2015, 9:36am
MaltaToday has taken an editorial stand to stop using the word migrant; a term which dehumanises the people risking their lives on a daily basis
25 August 2015, 7:31am
we have one party’s women’s section accusing the other of being ‘non-functional’… when it is actually the ‘function’ of a women’s section of any political party to speak out on issues which are of direct concern to women.
20 August 2015, 12:27pm
Even with the abundance of energy that will be made available to the island, and the security of supply it will entail, the overarching storyline on Delimara’s new gas plant is that Joseph Muscat’s premiership depends squarely on its success.
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