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More police needed in fight against poaching
Letters 21-04

Poachers don’t just shoot at protected birds, but they also gleefully shoot warning shots to ward off ramblers from their hunting spots

Stooges for PN propaganda
Letters 14-04

The feeble PN uses the English-language dailies in Malta to unremittingly firing salvos of often vitriolic inv...
Conviction or convenience?
Letters 05-04

It goes without saying that it would have made more sense for the Nationalist Party to discuss issues such as ...
The right to belong
Letters 01-04

Louise Chircop • The request for Islamic Studies is legitimate, not only because the students are Maltese...
Ethics surely deserves higher place in curriculum
Letters 31-03

As a basis, ethics and social studies should represent the civic values bedrock of the national curriculum, wh...
PPP: The healthcare con
Letters 24-03

Make no mistake: this is private profit at public expense. It is unaffordable, unaccountable and unjust
Wake up or lose your healthcare
Letters 22-03

Serious concerns have been raised by unions, doctors, other healthcare professionals, healthcare students, and...
Mourning the Azure Window
Letters 19-03

Perhaps the silver lining of this national disaster could be a renewed effort to preserve and treasure the uns...
Legal redress to be sought on yachting awards
Letters 26-02

We have every right to enjoy a level playing ground where such processes are concerned
Consequences of garnishee orders
Letters 24-02

I believe that everything in life has its limitations, but once an individual decides to abuse these limi...
Brexit will prove a costly mistake
Letters 17-02

It is my belief that the EU is in good shape, united, and making good progress, economically, socially, and fi...
Brexit is no fascist coup
Letters 09-02

Your point is poorly put to say the least on the view that a minority are deciding what happens to Britain
Letters, MaltaToday, 29 January 2016
Timely article on deceased estates
Letters 27-01

I was completely dumbfounded by the replies I received from the Office of the Arbiter for Financial Services a...
The importance of reading fiction
Letters 20-01

The easiest way to make sure that we raise literate children, is by showing them that reading is a pleasurable...
Right of reply on Foundation for Tomorrow’s Schools
Letters 08-01

Saviour Balzan reported in his defamatory article information had been disclosed by an informant who is e...