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...
Crossing the digital divide
Yes, teachers need to be valued more

Dealing with children coming from varied backgrounds, each with their individual life stories, aspirations and values, is no easy job. It requires an...

Dealing with children coming from varied backgrounds, each...

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...

The ties that bind us

People can adapt to cultures in other ways. And the importance given to language in our survey also points us in the direction of a possible long-term solution.

People can adapt to cultures in other ways. And the...

Family matters

It remains surprising that a political party so critical of the ‘friends of friends’ mentality would so quickly succumb to almost the exact same habit now...

It remains surprising that a political party so critical of...

All cards on the table

Now that the Chinese have been reeled into the stewardship of Enemalta, we demand full transparency on this deal.

Now that the Chinese have been reeled into the stewardship...

Time for a public transport rethink

It would be more helpful for Tranpsort Minister Joe Mizzi to issue calls for expressions of interest in other types of public transport, with a view to finally...

It would be more helpful for Tranpsort Minister Joe Mizzi...

All the government’s (wo)men

Maltese public life has become even more suffocated by the influence of political parties, with nary a voice in opposition to sound the alarm.

Maltese public life has become even more suffocated by the...

Syria: a choice of evils

Any lasting solution to the crisis is far likelier to be achieved by a negotiated ceasefire accompanied by concrete steps to address the humanitarian emergency

Any lasting solution to the crisis is far likelier to be...

On meritocracy and nepotism

Muscat has now shown that he has no innovative or different method in looking at appointments.

Muscat has now shown that he has no innovative or different...

Where is this going?

When the security chief, Godfrey Scicluna, was involved in running over an old man and not immediately prosecuted, there was no reaction from the commissioner...

When the security chief, Godfrey Scicluna, was involved in...

The politics of appeasement

Surrounded by pro-hunting lobbyists and weak ministers, Joseph Muscat has imposed his pro-hunting agenda.

Surrounded by pro-hunting lobbyists and weak ministers,...

Our liberal credentials and the colour black

It must be a real shame for Maltese politicians – and our government...

It must be a real shame for Maltese politicians – and our...

Micro not macro

We are led to believe that the Muscat administration is primarily focused on reviewing and improving the ‘macro management’ of this country.

We are led to believe that the Muscat administration is...

Protecting our freedoms through reason

We cannot defend the malicious use of the press’s powers to attack the privacy and family life of public individuals' associates or relatives simply...

We cannot defend the malicious use of the press’s powers...