Three more summers of sewage  in our seas
Peter Agius
In the ongoing case at the European Court of Justice, the Maltese Government is telling the European Commission that Malta’s sewage problem will take until 2027 to resolve,...
Why is it so ‘vital’ to publish the inquiry immediately?
Raphael Vassallo
The one outcome we can’t realistically expect, under the present circumstances, is that the Vitals inquiry simply ‘fizzle out with a whimper, instead of a bang’...
The effects of immigration
Michael Falzon

One wonders whether there were others who suffered the same fate but did not pursue the issue as Norman Vella did

One wonders whether there were others who suffered the same...

To co-ed or not to co-ed, that is the question
Josanne Cassar

Two Church schools which have been a stalwart for boys’ only education...

Two Church schools which have been a stalwart for...

Waiting for Robespierre
Saviour Balzan

Welcome to the world of theatre and theatrics, as we listen to numerous individuals calling for the publication of the Vitals inquiry.

Welcome to the world of theatre and theatrics, as we listen...

Disillusioned youth: Young people and our lack of political choices
Karl Azzopardi

The latest MaltaToday survey shows that 39.5% of respondents in the 16-35 age...

The latest MaltaToday survey shows that 39.5% of...

Hunting in Malta as seen by the European Commission | Mark Mifsud Bonnici

I certainly cannot deny that a few illegalities still exist, though nothing in comparison to years gone by or that evidenced in other EU states. Any...

I certainly cannot deny that a few illegalities still...

Like Humpty Dumpty: Joseph sat on a wall and had a great fall | Frank Camilleri

When the charges against him were formally filed, Muscat was left reeling against those who could have done something to stop this but failed to do so. It was...

When the charges against him were formally filed, Muscat...

What are our children eating? Can it be improved? | Norma Camilleri

Nutrition is closely linked to educational outcomes. Children who are...

Nutrition is closely linked to educational outcomes....

Growing up in a rainbow family

A teenager in a rainbow family writes on his experiences on the occasion of World Family Day celebrated on 15 May

A teenager in a rainbow family writes on his experiences on...

An intrepid juggler
Michael Falzon

The PN should organise a monitoring system of the state broadcaster and flood the BA with complaints

The PN should organise a monitoring system of the state...

‘Political terrorism’? ‘War on the judiciary?’ Get a grip, people…
Raphael Vassallo

And let’s face it, folks. I think we’d all much rather be living here in Malta (warts and all), in 2024; than in Salem, New England, at the height...

And let’s face it, folks. I think we’d all much...

Vitals inquiry: How did we get to this point?
Josanne Cassar

A lot has already been written and said about the conclusion of the Vitals...

A lot has already been written and said about the...

What if?
Saviour Balzan

I do not know many of the people who have been charged with criminal wrongdoing following the Vitals inquiry by Magistrate Gabriella Vella...

I do not know many of the people who have been charged with...

A wish list resulting from the Sofia inquiry
Mark Said

Although the Sofia public inquiry conclusions shone a spotlight on construction...

Although the Sofia public inquiry conclusions shone a...

The AI beverage from HELL
Alexiei Dingli

This digital synthesis of taste is a pioneering approach that might soon become a standard in the food and beverage industry. We also see this trend in other...

This digital synthesis of taste is a pioneering approach...

Governance, corruption and misuse of office
Mark Said

Our government might be honest, but it is certainly inefficient because narrow...

Our government might be honest, but it is certainly...

How to win an election, without even bothering to campaign
Raphael Vassallo

Love him or hate him, Lowell has proven to be by far the most successful...

Love him or hate him, Lowell has proven to be by far the...

Off with a whimper
Michael Falzon

Did the Prime Minister expect her to drag things to finalise her conclusions after 8 June? Would that not have been indirect political interference, by the...

Did the Prime Minister expect her to drag things to...

Empty seats, student apathy and some ridiculous candidates - welcome to the MEP elections
Josanne Cassar

The level of interest among the student population in these elections for the European Parliament is clearly hovering near zero

The level of interest among the student population in these...