The extreme centre
Ralph Cassar
The extreme centre takes the sides of the economically powerful, while posing as being on the side ‘of the people’
The PN now really has no other option, but to split….
Raphael Vassallo
Even two much smaller, unelectable parties could do a much better job of opposing the government, right now… than a party that is far too busy ‘opposing itself
Let’s remove the drama and mystery surrounding the election date
Josanne Cassar

This love of mystery and drama surrounding the election date is all...

This love of mystery and drama surrounding the election...

Happy holidays and no kissing under the mistletoe
Saviour Balzan

To move away from the mistletoe and onto the all-important turkey, perhaps the...

To move away from the mistletoe and onto the all-important...

The energy sector: 12 months on
Miriam Dalli

 During this year, we encouraged households and businesses to invest more in renewable energy

 During this year, we encouraged households and...

We are empowering whistleblowers yet again | Edward Zammit Lewis

Explained: the new amendments to the Maltese whistleblower law following up on...

Explained: the new amendments to the Maltese whistleblower...

This party ain’t big enough for both of us…
Raphael Vassallo

Based only on a lifetime of watching Westerns, my own prediction is that...

Based only on a lifetime of watching Westerns, my own...

The concrete siege of Gozo | Maresca Demanuele

Preserving what makes Gozo unique is the best investment in the island’s...

Preserving what makes Gozo unique is the best investment in...

A legacy of hate
Michael Falzon

Will Roberta Metsola’s success in European politics be the spark that starts the road to politicians ditching fanaticism and hate and replacing them with...

Will Roberta Metsola’s success in European politics...

‘Water, water everywhere…’ and not a drop was saved
Raphael Vassallo

… and when we evidently can’t even handle the sheer amount of...

… and when we evidently can’t even handle the...

Getting things done? More like getting us drowned
Josanne Cassar

Despite the millions spent and the snappy hashtag about #gettingthingsdone,...

Despite the millions spent and the snappy hashtag about...

A reform that needs all stakeholders on board
Saviour Balzan

The press is facing a threat of extinction because of a lack of revenues, and...

The press is facing a threat of extinction because of a...

Our experience: fertility struggles are emotionally taxing and we must talk about them
Mark Camilleri Gambin

There seems to be an unspoken consensus that such matters ought be kept secret. Yet we believe that the benefits from not suffering in silence outweigh these...

There seems to be an unspoken consensus that such matters...

An agency that invests in the community | Alex Muscat

The old IIP raised €1.7 billion. The results can be seen everywhere, in...

The old IIP raised €1.7 billion. The results can be...

Who’s advising the PN on cannabis reform: Cheech and Chong?
Raphael Vassallo

In a nutshell: you cannot logically reach the conclusion that current drug...

In a nutshell: you cannot logically reach the conclusion...

On Malta’s foreign policy strategy | Christopher Cutajar

The pandemic has completely changed the world as we know it, bringing in a new...

The pandemic has completely changed the world as we know...

Zero tolerance on cannabis? More like zero-empathy games

The professional careers and personal lives of people who consume cannabis are...

The professional careers and personal lives of people who...

Ask a serious question, get a silly answer…
Raphael Vassallo

In all honesty, though: how on earth can anyone not be...

In all honesty, though: how on earth can anyone not be...

A very peculiar ‘amnesty’
Michael Falzon

Does the government believe that those who are monitoring our financial system couldn’t care less in areas where only taxation of Maltese people is...

Does the government believe that those who are monitoring...

How SMEs can gain a competitive edge | Josianne Cutajar

SMEs have their flexibility and their potential for fast innovation –...

SMEs have their flexibility and their potential for fast...