The Queen is dead... long live whoever is next
Michael Falzon
Only time will tell whether the British monarchy will continue slowly changing and adjusting itself according to circumstances beyond its control, or whether it will eventually be...
Revisiting our rituals
Andrew Azzopardi
We are witnessing an increase in loneliness of more than 11% and another increase of 2.9% in the severely lonely since 2019
And the winner is...
Saviour Balzan

If Robert Abela wants to be proud of his legacy and mature in his role as prime minister, one important mission is a major overhaul of our...

If Robert Abela wants to be proud of his legacy...

African migrants in Malta: an uncertain daily life in a hostile world | Regine Nguini Psaila

Would only they have known the beating that awaited them once in the reality of their dreams, that they would never have wished to live them. Or maybe they...

Would only they have known the beating that awaited them...

The campaigns, the parties and the choices
Saviour Balzan

If Abela wins with a substantial majority he should really be...

If Abela wins with a substantial majority he...

If you really want to ‘change the status quo’… why vote to maintain it?
Raphael Vassallo

We all know what the actual issue underpinning General Elections 2022 really is. We all know that it ultimately boils down to nothing more...

We all know what the actual issue underpinning General...

Quattro amici al bar... thinking about that Saturday vote
Saviour Balzan

“I want a party that will respect my intelligence, protect this country...

“I want a party that will respect my intelligence,...

Still undecided?
Peter Agius

Unless those in the lead have the competence and the commitment to bring over new growth, this country is on the path to decline

Unless those in the lead have the competence and the...

A hunting season, for an endangered bird? Sorry, but that’s just too much
Raphael Vassallo

I mean, come on. What does it really tell us, about their respective credentials as a potential ‘party-in-government’… if not exactly the...

I mean, come on. What does it really tell us, about their...

Debono Grech’s Freudian slip
Michael Falzon

The staggering amount of Labour voters who believe Labour has nothing to apologise for, follows the way of thinking of the unrepentant thief – the...

The staggering amount of Labour voters who believe Labour...

The grim legacy of 90s Russia and Putin’s rise
Raisa Galea

Considering that the country is ‘back to the 90s’, albeit without...

Considering that the country is ‘back to the...

A nerd’s guide to voting in the 2022 General Elections
Mark Camilleri Gambin

Voting in the General Elections is a tricky business. Use your ballot sheet to...

Voting in the General Elections is a tricky business. Use...

Abusive continuity | Carmel Cacopardo

The distribution of multiple cheques to every household by the Labour government on the eve of the general election is more than abusing the power of incumbency

The distribution of multiple cheques to every household by...

That is what happens when you take voters for granted
Josanne Cassar

While they may be a minority, there are many decent people out there whose main...

While they may be a minority, there are many decent people...

Plucking up the courage
Saviour Balzan

Malta’s weak environmental and planning policies are too problematic to ignore

Malta’s weak environmental and planning policies are...

We need a change in direction | Christian Micallef

Christian Micallef is a Nationalist candidate on the 1st district

Christian Micallef is a Nationalist candidate on the 1st...

A thousand proposals – one purpose
Miriam Dalli

We want to sway board decisions towards prioritising green and environmental business projects over conventional and unsustainable ones

We want to sway board decisions towards prioritising green...

The Malta we want | Bernard Grech
Bernard Grech

Let’s have the courage to change direction, to say ‘that’s enough, we want something better’

Let’s have the courage to change direction, to say...

What reality do you want to wake up to next Sunday?
Emma Portelli Bonnici

There is only one question that really matters in the end – what do you...

There is only one question that really matters in the end...

Cannabis law still reflects discriminatory practices | Andrew Bonello

Releaf president Andrew Bonello | Parts of the new law continue to reflect...

Releaf president Andrew Bonello | Parts of the new law...