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Bishop Grech’s inconvenient truth
Frank Psaila
Blogs 30-08

Frank Psaila on Gozo's drug problem: I would have expected the Police Commissioner to issue a statement ta...
What needs to be done
Blogs 29-08

Adrian Delia writes: I feel it is my duty to answer any and all questions thrown at me, however malicious thei...
Was that a debate or a funeral?
Raphael Vassallo
Blogs 29-08

Raphael Vassallo writes: The whole thing reminded me uncannily of a funeral. That ominous black backdrop clear...
But, come on, are you really that sick?
Josanne Cassar
Blogs 28-08

The abuse of sick leave is a reality, it’s true, but it needs to be tackled head-on by dealing personall...
Political napalm
Saviour Balzan
Blogs 28-08

For the past decade, this war of attrition has been waged against anyone whom the PN’s inner sanctum was...
[WATCH] How feelings change when targets shift
Saviour Balzan
Blogs 25-08

In his latest video-blog, MediaToday managing editor Saviour Balzan speaks of politicians’ hypocrisy
Cars do not just crash head-on for no reason
Josanne Cassar
Blogs 24-08

People need to see conclusive police and traffic experts’ reports of the causes which lead vehicles to c...
A bridge too far...
Raphael Vassallo
Blogs 24-08

Things we criticise or deplore today, may well become the iconic cultural reference points of the future
Violent delights have violent ends
Evarist Bartolo
Blogs 23-08

Regulation, people-first policies and a checks-and-balances structure has been wrongly, and misleadingly, pack...
How to scuttle your own party
Raphael Vassallo
Blogs 22-08

As has happened on so many other occasions, it is the allegation that makes the story...with the ‘non-ex...
The political media today
Michael Falzon
Blogs 22-08

The tone of the editorials of the GWU papers has recently become saner and more acceptable to the general publ...
Politics isn’t always like football
Saviour Balzan
Blogs 21-08

Marlene Farrugia has just done a Nigel Farage
Dirty politics in leadership races are nothing new
Josanne Cassar
Blogs 21-08

What PL leadership contenders did not have to contend with in 2008 was the ease with which leaked information ...
Butlers to the cosmopolites? We’ll pay the price
Matthew Vella
Blogs 18-08

Profit rules in Malta’s brave new cosmopolitan future, but we have no idea how to repel the brusque gent...
You reap what you sow
Josanne Cassar
Blogs 17-08

Many political pundits and observers had warned that this type of thing was inevitable, but there is no real s...