Tourism: the road to recovery is uphill
Michael Falzon
In the tourism sector, the road to recovery is uphill with government having to keep on spending money to support it, probably even after the pandemic would have become a historic...
Online schools: those who were lagging could be lagging behind even further
Karen Mugliett
There are learners who have not engaged with online teaching from the very beginning... depressed, disorganised, unmotivated or have the necessary discipline to plod on...
The reality of good governance | Stefan Zrinzo Azzopardi

The Venice Commission has issued a positive report on our ambitious reforms. It...

The Venice Commission has issued a positive report on our...

No simple truth
Michael Falzon

Whatever the merits and demerits of Caruana Galizia’s blog, the fact is that she was on the right track in her hunt of the ramifications that became...

Whatever the merits and demerits of Caruana Galizia’s...

It was never about ‘ethical standards’, though, was it?
Raphael Vassallo

It seems that an undercurrent of Labour supporters can’t understand how a...

It seems that an undercurrent of Labour supporters...

The key to a bigger web of corruption
Saviour Balzan

The truth is that Yorgen Fenech is certainly no saint, but it is equally true that he could be the key to a more sinister web of corruption that is at the...

The truth is that Yorgen Fenech is certainly no saint, but...

The unique Maltese quirk of ‘tpaxxihomx’ (don’t give them the satisfaction)
Josanne Cassar

The reason why Konrad Mizzi still has such a following is not because these people are unable to understand that he did anything wrong, but because in the...

The reason why Konrad Mizzi still has such a following is...

Marcus Rashford, Black Lives Matter and a British premier who is out of his league
The Conversation

Chris Porter | Though football in the UK has its sectarian divides and distinct national allegiances, English football culture has traditionally tended to shy...

Chris Porter | Though football in the UK has its sectarian...

The joys and pains of documenting change
James Debono

From Gonzi to Muscat, chronicling the environmental destruction at the hands of Maltese governments has been a mix of joy and pain

From Gonzi to Muscat, chronicling the environmental...

Beyond the fringe
Matthew Vella

We need a social pact in which the power of journalism – a journalism that does good and that serves the public – can be guaranteed a future

We need a social pact in which the power of journalism...

The story of the 800 Isis fighters on a ship in St Paul’s Bay: The changed media landscape
Kurt Sansone

It is the undying rigours of journalism that will enable us to make sense of information that comes our way and remain a beacon of certainty in a world that...

It is the undying rigours of journalism that will enable us...

The birth of MaltaToday
Saviour Balzan

A newspaper of impact that will continue to play its important part in Maltese life

A newspaper of impact that will continue to play its...

Malta Tomorrow
Roger De Giorgio

Director Roger De Giorgio on MaltaToday’s challenge to secure journalistic integrity and financial independence

Director Roger De Giorgio on MaltaToday’s...

The only way forward is to remove Schembri and Mizzi now
Josanne Cassar

This week, with the very real possibility that those in the seat of power have...

This week, with the very real possibility that those in the...

‘This is what you’ll get, if you mess with us…’
Raphael Vassallo

Call me a naïve optimist, but I still believe there is time to roll back...

Call me a naïve optimist, but I still believe there is...

The next wave of innovation will not be about phones
Evarist Bartolo

I do hope that real innovation in areas such as education is more focused on...

I do hope that real innovation in areas such as education...

This is your legal system on drugs...
Raphael Vassallo

Amazing, isn’t it? By simply inserting the word ‘medical’ before any drug of one’s choice, one also automatically alters the chemical...

Amazing, isn’t it? By simply inserting the word...

Caesar's pal
Michael Falzon

Criminal law follows scrupulously the assumption that everybody is innocent until proven guilty. This is an important legal precept, but it holds no water in...

Criminal law follows scrupulously the assumption that...

If only we knew
Saviour Balzan

In the Labour milieu, people are talking of a government that needs to act fast and of a strong Joseph Muscat who is simply not there

In the Labour milieu, people are talking of a government...

Complacency in a comfortable age
Josanne Cassar

Meanwhile, the populace can only stand by and watch as towns and villages are irreversibly destroyed in the name of progress, much like the residents of Venice...

Meanwhile, the populace can only stand by and watch as...