There is more than ‘closure’ at stake here
Raphael Vassallo
Besides: I would also like to think that, if Daphne’s murder served also to trigger a thorough clean-up of our country’s very sick, very unhealthy set-up… at...
A tangled web
Michael Falzon
As Sir Walter Scott put it in one of his works, one lie leads to more – just as a spider weaves a web
It does not take much effort to do the right thing after all
Pressing the right buttons
Saviour Balzan

Robert Abela promised continuity, but in reality he has shown that he wants to detach himself from the Muscat hegemony and I would not be too surprised if he...

Robert Abela promised continuity, but in reality he has...

Building the foundation of a resilient community
Kahin Ismail

It is in the everyday actions of the public, and the work of dedicated members...

It is in the everyday actions of the public, and the work...

Is this a fresh start for Labour? Only time will tell
Josanne Cassar

Until Robert Abela and his new Cabinet get settled in and we get used to saying...

Until Robert Abela and his new Cabinet get settled in and...

‘Continuity’ works both ways
Raphael Vassallo

For Abela did not merely promise ‘continuity’ of Joseph Muscat’s economic or social policies; he also promised ‘continuity’...

For Abela did not merely promise...

[WATCH] Saviour Balzan: What will Robert Abela’s priorities as PM be?
Saviour Balzan

Will Robert Abela tackle the problems of Malta’s deteriorating environment, good governance, transparency and accountability, and conflicts of interest?

Will Robert Abela tackle the problems of Malta’s...

All together now
Evarist Bartolo

Our job as educators is to feed on that and help them grow through that curiosity

Our job as educators is to feed on that and help them grow...

No Adrian Delia, you don’t attract Vote 16 by legalising ‘drugs’
Julia Farrugia Portelli

 Adrian Delia should appreciate that the notion that only younger people smoke marijuana is a prehistoric understanding of the problem

 Adrian Delia should appreciate that the notion that...

Behind the Brexit vote, Labour remains dangerously divided
The Conversation

Eurosceptics may comprise a small part of the Labour Party, but events have...

Eurosceptics may comprise a small part of the Labour Party,...

‘You can’t renegotiate EU membership’. Oh wait, maybe you can...
Raphael Vassallo

Having been given a glimpse as to Joseph Muscat’s actual vision for the future of Europe, I am no longer that certain he meets the necessary...

Having been given a glimpse as to Joseph Muscat’s...

Europe’s SPV: Challenging the dominance of the dollar
Michael Falzon

Finally, the dominance of the US in the international money exchange system is...

Finally, the dominance of the US in the international money...

Token condemnations, Pontius Pilate and the db permit
Saviour Balzan

'The government cannot have the cake and eat it. It cannot ask its...

'The government cannot have the cake and eat it. It...

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Michael Falzon
Michael Falzon
Saviour Balzan
Why resentment against 'the foreigner' is completely misplaced
Josanne Cassar

'We simply cannot keep assuming the worst of everyone just because they are...

'We simply cannot keep assuming the worst of everyone...

Opening up the conversation on domestic violence and femicide

'When a woman is murdered in this country, the silence, the sense...

'When a woman is murdered in this country, the silence,...

Let’s avoid the antagonism of 2017, and play a fair game
Michael Briguglio

Malta’s last general election was characterised by a dark cloud of...

Malta’s last general election was characterised by a...

No wonder property developers are always smiling
Josanne Cassar

This Bacchanalia of greed and frenzied building does not bode well. Just as has...

This Bacchanalia of greed and frenzied building does not...

Unhappy about construction? Try complaining on Facebook, it works wonders...
Raphael Vassallo

'What ever happened to, let’s say, ‘exerting political pressure to bring out meaningful change’? It happens in other places, you...

'What ever happened to, let’s say,...

No, Prime Minister, owning the only house we live in does not make us any richer
Ralph Cassar

The only people getting richer are property speculators, who build, own and trade hundreds upon hundreds of properties, from tiny flats to maisonettes, to so...

The only people getting richer are property speculators,...