It’s as though Covid-19 never happened at all...
Raphael Vassallo
This, too, is why I don’t think the Covid-19 issue, in all its ramifications, should be so lightly be brushed aside. For all the death and devastation it left in its wake,...
Teleworking is helping us be more effective. Let’s keep it up
Miriam Dalli
This is a perfect opportunity of us to put our heads together and think of what worked during the pandemic, why it worked, and how we can still make it work in the future
Conscientious objection would nullify the protection of the Equality Law

Chris Vella: Should any school, like the Spanish Inquisition of old, take action against someone who espouses even publicly ideas that go against its ethos?

Chris Vella: Should any school, like the Spanish...

Faith schools need not lose their ethos, but teachers must be employed on competence

Cynthia Chircop and Joe Grima: An Equality Act should stop discrimination, not encourage it

Cynthia Chircop and Joe Grima: An Equality Act should stop...

It’s just too easy to blame it all on immigrants...
Raphael Vassallo

Who, then, is to blame for the spectacular materialisation of this very...

Who, then, is to blame for the spectacular materialisation...

A Constitution for all
Ralph Cassar

Our Parliament, based on a winner-takes-it-all system, could have kickstarted a process of deep reform; instead it seems that they have chosen piecemeal...

Our Parliament, based on a winner-takes-it-all system,...

Migration, COVID-19 and the Prime Minister’s shameless TV appearance
Kurt Sansone

After a week of silence despite a surge in COVID-19 cases, Robert Abela spoke on One TV. Kurt Sansone takes the Prime Minister to task on his misguided...

After a week of silence despite a surge in COVID-19 cases,...

'One of us'
Michael Falzon

In my book, their actions eclipse by far Adrian Delia’s shortcomings as party leader. If there is anyone who thinks that Adrian Delia’s time as PN...

In my book, their actions eclipse by far Adrian...

The Gozo tunnel vanity project
Ralph Cassar

Talking about tunnels when successive governments have failed to provide fast ferry services to the commercial centres of Malta is rich

Talking about tunnels when successive governments have...

St Luke’s still in a shambles and Karen Grech wards shabbier than ever
Michael Falzon

St Luke’s is still in a shambles and at Karen Grech, they spruced up the reception area but let almost all the wards become even shabbier than they ever...

St Luke’s is still in a shambles and at Karen Grech,...

Who extended ODZ first?
Raphael Vassallo

if you analyse Labour’s entire approach to planning since 2013, you will find that it was all along geared up towards only one goal, blurring the...

if you analyse Labour’s entire approach to planning...

A turning point for those who demand change
Saviour Balzan

We need the idealism of youth. We need people who are able to say...

We need the idealism of youth. We need people who...

Ian Borg’s sounds of silence
Josanne Cassar

'If this is working in silence, I would like to know what blowing your own trumpet looks like'

'If this is working in silence, I would like to...

Anarchy in the UK: Brexit on the brink
Matthew Bugeja

Boris Johnson is determined to push the UK out of the EU at any cost. But he will have to face the electorate first

Boris Johnson is determined to push the UK out of the EU at...

The symbolism of throwing books away
Josanne Cassar

The symbolism of those books dumped so unfeelingly in that truck was like a dagger to the heart because it was yet another example of discarding what is...

The symbolism of those books dumped so unfeelingly in that...

It’s that slime of year again, folks…
Raphael Vassallo

Sea-slime, we are now told, is no longer “a result of the feed used by...

Sea-slime, we are now told, is no longer “a result of...

Social media? We haven’t yet understood it
Evarist Bartolo

We’ve heralded social media as the new era that shall empower each voice,...

We’ve heralded social media as the new era that shall...

It’s a threat to democracy, but not as we know it...
Raphael Vassallo

What if Labour won the 2003 election after Malta had voted to join the EU in a...

What if Labour won the 2003 election after Malta had voted...

After six years, is the Muscat administration facing ‘second term blues’?
Michael Falzon

Joseph Muscat’s hold on public perception is not eternal and it will slowly but surely be eroded

Joseph Muscat’s hold on public perception is not...

Can MPs fight back against Boris Johnson’s prorogation? Here are the options
The Conversation

Asif Hameed • MPs have options but they are running out of time

Asif Hameed • MPs have options but they are running...