If the surveys are proved correct
Saviour Balzan
If MaltaToday’s surveys are proven correct, we are looking at a 44,000-vote difference between Joseph Muscat’s party and Adrian Delia. If that does materialise, then...
Reflections of a progressive on the eve of the European Parliament election
James Debono
Cracking the whip on the government in a mid-term test has been shackled by the Opposition's reactionary attitude on issues like abortion and foreign workers
It’s a jungle out there
Josanne Cassar

The reason we are feeling it more acutely than ever now is because when there is a gradual, steady breakdown in a country’s already flimsy approach to...

The reason we are feeling it more acutely than ever now is...

The other ‘message from the electorate’… and what the PN can do
Raphael Vassallo

The PN could become the party to propose a radical new approach to pressing...

The PN could become the party to propose a radical new...

Have a beer for us up there, Ċukaj
Kurt Sansone

Until we meet again for a heated discussion on the rainbow-painted zebra crossing in Floriana, farewell Ivan Fenech

Until we meet again for a heated discussion on the...

It is time communities are listened to: social impact studies are the way forward
Michael Briguglio

Social impact assessments can help verify the consequences and impacts of development proposals in relation to the communities involved

Social impact assessments can help verify the...

Have you seen any trickle-down? I doubt it
Michael Falzon

The Sette Giugno riots pushed forward Malta’s quest for a representative...

The Sette Giugno riots pushed forward Malta’s quest...

[WATCH] Saviour Balzan’s videoblog: Joe Saliba is in no position to pontificate
Saviour Balzan

The man who left the Nationalist Party with a mountain of debt has come back to tell the party the future is bleak

The man who left the Nationalist Party with a mountain of...

US midterms: Trump could still eye 2020 victory
Matthew Bugeja

While he may lose control of the House, Trump still has a path to victory in...

While he may lose control of the House, Trump still has a...

No, marital problems are not in the public’s interest
Josanne Cassar

Because many genuinely do not feel it is any of their business, the public has...

Because many genuinely do not feel it is any of their...

‘Disagree with me?  You must be on the take…’
Raphael Vassallo

To paraphrase Steve Mallia's argument: Manuel Delia (who,...

To paraphrase Steve Mallia's argument: Manuel...

No such thing as an innocent bystander on sexual abuse
Evarist Bartolo

 In situations where sexual abuse on minors takes place, there are no...

 In situations where sexual abuse on minors takes...

An immigration-based economy?
Michael Falzon

For the first time we have an emerging tangible difference between Joseph Muscat and Adrian Delia on economic policy...

For the first time we have an emerging tangible difference...

‘The Daphne Project’ has some explaining to do
Raphael Vassallo

Like all other examples of European media and political dilettantism associated...

Like all other examples of European media and political...

History repeating itself
Saviour Balzan

'It is not necessary for a whistleblower to be a contender for the Pope John Paul II Peace Prize. Ultimately, what matters is whether what they say under...

'It is not necessary for a whistleblower to be a...

From gender to politics, we must start finding the common ground
Josanne Cassar

Men need to put themselves into the shoes of a woman, kind of like Dustin...

Men need to put themselves into the shoes of a woman, kind...

For the sake of one future bride: being gay is not an on-and-off switch
Josanne Cassar

I hope X Factor’s ‘gay convert’ Matthew Grech's future bride realises what a mistake it is to believe sexual orientation can just be...

I hope X Factor’s ‘gay convert’ Matthew...

Reports in closed drawers are no solution
Evarist Bartolo

There was (and to a large extent there is still) a crude definition of...

There was (and to a large extent there is still) a crude...

Regulating the rental market
Michael Falzon

The most glaring absence in the White Paper is that it lacks any indication of what penalties are involved when landlords or tenants ignore the rules, like,...

The most glaring absence in the White Paper is that it...

A poll about murder... maybe they’re onto something
Raphael Vassallo

How can 94.4% of PN voters believe it was the government, while 22.2% –...

How can 94.4% of PN voters believe it was the government,...