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We do have a problem… and a solution | Chris Fearne
Chris Fearne
Blogs 13-12

'I am hopeful that not turning a blind eye to the reality in Marsa and diligently doing something about it...
Programmes for talented learners
Evarist Bartolo
Blogs 13-12

'Talent needs to be nurtured so as not to be lost'
Over the top
Michael Falzon
Blogs 12-12

The creators of the allegations that Malta is a country where the rule of law does not exist have gone over th...
From ‘no rule of law’ to a military state...
Raphael Vassallo
Blogs 12-12

We are now brought to a truly overwhelming irony: Who will now complain, when the sight of armed military...
Class. Not yet extinct
Saviour Balzan
Blogs 11-12

There’s a real divide between those who have an anglicised upbringing with, perhaps, a refined lifestyle...
In politics, perception is everything
Josanne Cassar
Blogs 11-12

I can appreciate that Michelle Muscat has lent her name, time and energy to raise funds for organisations such...
Who sets the agenda and who controls the narrative?
Josanne Cassar
Blogs 07-12

It’s not the media or the political class who are deciding what’s important or not, but the people...
Political prejudice has never solved a crime
Raphael Vassallo
Blogs 07-12

If you want evidence of just how incurable our political cancer has become, you need look no further than publ...
Towards an  HIV-free world
G. Kathleen Hill
Blogs 06-12

Through transparency, accountability and the power of partnership, we can accelerate progress toward reaching ...
Why teachers still need a union
Marco Bonnici
Blogs 06-12

'Whatever your sector and grade, to unite and stand together for each other. You only stand to benefit'...
Violence against half of our planet
Evarist Bartolo
Blogs 06-12

Averages show that some 27% suffered some sort of physical violence whereas in Malta the number of respondents...
Feeding the online trolls
Frank Psaila
Blogs 05-12

Joseph Muscat repeatedly states, and is then echoed by his trolls on online news portals, that ‘let&rsqu...
Bubble, bubble... toil and trouble
Michael Falzon
Blogs 05-12

The most important issue is whether Malta is experiencing a bubble in the property industry and the resounding...
Shouldn’t the ‘facts’ have come before the ‘judgment’?
Raphael Vassallo
Blogs 05-12

As I write, a crowd of activists is gathering outside the European Parliament office in Valletta; looking for ...
Be careful what you wish for
Josanne Cassar
Blogs 04-12

As a result of the way Malta is being unfairly portrayed, resentment against what being in the EU means, is gr...