MaltaToday’s latest trust ratings: the boat has sailed
The PN must either soldier on under Adrian Delia until the inevitable downfall and begin the painful job of reconstruction to stand a fighting chance by 2022… or it can...
The Church’s ‘mea culpa’ on child abuse
The fact that the two St Joseph Home suspects were tried and convicted did not pass unnoticed in the rest of the world: it was reported as an example of how such scandals should...
Transparency applies to the law courts, too
University has a lot to learn

Above all, Malta needs critical voices: people who can dissect power and speak to it without fear or favour. If the University of Malta is not capable of...

Above all, Malta needs critical voices: people who can...

The Farrugias’ fateful legacy

Under the circumstances, it is debatable whether the PD can even be said to exist any longer, as a political force in this country

Under the circumstances, it is debatable whether the PD can...

Revisiting the IIP

Certainly, it would be a mistake to return to the uncompromising attitudes of yesteryear: whereby ‘Maltese citizenship’ was considered a...

Certainly, it would be a mistake to return to the...

Climate change cannot be fought with empty words
Muscat must end the uncertainty he started

Both the Labour Party and the country needs a clear leadership succession...

Both the Labour Party and the country needs a clear...

A President for all

Following a spate of controversial political appointments, Muscat’s choice of president will inevitably be interpreted as the litmus test of his commitment...

Following a spate of controversial political appointments,...

Polidano’s misdemeanours: all about timing?

Many extensive illegalities have been sanctioned, and this has allowed the big...

Many extensive illegalities have been sanctioned, and this...

At arm’s length

John Dalli’s comments raise the question: should the maxim of blocking political interference be extended to other equally important spheres?

John Dalli’s comments raise the question: should the...

A tragedy for the environment

The Portomaso decision is not only scandalous, but indicative of the political mindset.

The Portomaso decision is not only scandalous, but...

A bitter pill, sweetened

Government has acted correctly in guaranteeing transparency on the IIP, but this concession should be backed up by real rights for migrants who contribute to...

Government has acted correctly in guaranteeing transparency...

A community bond put up for sale

If citizenship is for sale, then what next?

If citizenship is for sale, then what next?

Perceptions on budget and citizenship

Whether the IIP will prove to be a permanent source of revenue that lightens Malta’s tax burden is something yet to be proven.

Whether the IIP will prove to be a permanent source of...

Sliding doors and the disaster at Mistra

When the first sign of interest in building a mega cluster of high-rise apartments in Xemxija Heights, St Paul’s Bay, was revealed in the press in 2008, the...

When the first sign of interest in building a mega cluster...

Towards a common approach to migration

This time, it is opposition leader Simon Busuttil’s turn to deflate the government’s claims of having ‘achieved results’ in the Council of Ministers...

This time, it is opposition leader Simon Busuttil’s turn...

Time to let the people decide on spring hunting

It now falls to the ordinary voter to stand up and be counted. Justice in this...

It now falls to the ordinary voter to stand up and be...

We’re all liberals now…

While this newspaper welcomes the apparent consensus that should pave the way for full marriage equality at law, a few questions remain.

While this newspaper welcomes the apparent consensus that...

Libya cannot be abandoned

Apart from the terrible cost in terms of human life, the multiple tragedies we are now witnessing in connection with immigration from Africa to Europe are also...

Apart from the terrible cost in terms of human life, the...