It’s not just about Muscat’s ‘Indian’ narrative
The picture Muscat paints of himself is that of a very naïve politician who was used and abused by those he trusted. The picture the Vitals inquiry paints is one of a...
Why we decided to publish the Vitals inquiry
MaltaToday got hold of the 1,200-page inquiry and although our journalists have been working on several stories to synthesise what we believe are the more damning findings, a...
The sewage network needs an upgrade

Malta has invested heavily over the past two decades in new sewage treatment plants to ensure that no untreated sewage is dumped at sea. But despite these...

Malta has invested heavily over the past two decades in new...

An unacceptable manipulation of vulnerable people

Minister Galdes can spin the story anyway he likes but to any right-thinking...

Minister Galdes can spin the story anyway he likes but to...

Choosing a plurality of voices rather than not voting

If your choice is to stay at home on 8 June, we encourage you to explore...

If your choice is to stay at home on 8 June, we encourage...

Vitals: A story of two weights and two measures

Castille is already acting like a legal office at large in Joseph...

Castille is already acting like a legal office at large in...

The Prime Minister’s dangerous game

Unfortunately, Abela has once again put on his lawyerly hat to wage Muscat’s battle while forgetting that he has a country to defend and care for

Unfortunately, Abela has once again put on his lawyerly hat...

No ordinary case

This leader believes the best way forward is for the inquiry conclusions to be published so that everyone can draw their own conclusions on the findings. In...

This leader believes the best way forward is for the...

Why is the Prime Minister unleashing a dangerous dog?

On a more sinister level, Abela may have chosen this path because he is...

On a more sinister level, Abela may have chosen this path...

Of presidential pardons and electoral considerations

It would be unacceptable if the prosecution fumbles and allows...

It would be unacceptable if the prosecution fumbles and...

Where are Labour’s feminists?

Whoever took the decision to withdraw the suspension and give Clint Axisa a job at IM when the court case is still underway has simply ignored the impact such...

Whoever took the decision to withdraw the suspension and...

Why voting in European elections matters

Even if EU institutions may feel too far away and aloof from the daily struggles people face, Malta is part of these decision-making structures and not an...

Even if EU institutions may feel too far away and aloof...

A judge’s timely reminder that getting back to normal is still a tough trek

Mr Justice Lawrence Mintoff’s scathing remarks on Keith Schembri’s conflict of interest are ostensibly, the strongest to be made by a respected...

Mr Justice Lawrence Mintoff’s scathing remarks on...

Abortion referendum is undesirable but practical way forward

Just as Malta introduced divorce in 2011 after a referendum, the same can...

Just as Malta introduced divorce in 2011 after a...

Why Myriam Spiteri Debono’s appointment bodes well

She did not shy away from prodding the national conscience by saying that...

She did not shy away from prodding the national conscience...

Malta’s and Germany’s shared experience in cannabis legalisation

The authority must organise informative campaigns to raise awareness on what is...

The authority must organise informative campaigns to raise...

Survey numbers are umpteenth wakeup call for PN

Any positive news the PN may have reaped in the past months from polling data...

Any positive news the PN may have reaped in the past months...

Myriam Spiteri Debono will give presidency integrity and moral authority

Spiteri Debono should use her moral authority to convince the major parties in setting up a constitutional convention representative of society to redraft the...

Spiteri Debono should use her moral authority to convince...

Silvio Grixti does not deserve our sympathy

It is law abiding taxpayers and voters who should be angry. It is parents of...

It is law abiding taxpayers and voters who should be angry....

The inability to find a president tells us a lot about our leaders’ political immaturity

If politicians are unable to decide on names for whatever reason, they should leave that decision to the people

If politicians are unable to decide on names for whatever...