Loneliness is not just for Christmas
Tackling loneliness is in fact one of the objectives that Caritas has put forward for its plan of action. And not without good reason. According to a recent census, there are...
Let’s call misogyny by its name
Calling women ‘whores’ is clearly unacceptable. What is needed is an effort to stamp out an increasingly worrying culture of verbal violence directed at women: not...
Tourism is not just about numbers
What the Maltese want...
‘Majority rule’ is not democracy
MaltaToday Staff

A majority may indeed value ‘cars’ more than ‘trees’… but is it in their long-term benefit to have more of the former, and less...

A majority may indeed value ‘cars’ more than...

Put up, or shut up

Above all, Delia must give the parliamentary group his stamp of authority. As for his detractors, they must now put up or shut up. If they are unable to do...

Above all, Delia must give the parliamentary group his...

The fight for equality is not over yet

It would be a mistake to believe the job is done and it is now up to Edward Zammit Lewis to strengthen what has already been achieved and to reach higher and...

It would be a mistake to believe the job is done and it is...

Lawlessness on the high seas?

In what appears to be a repetition of the experience with motoring on land, the regulations and enforcement have not evolved in step with the boating...

In what appears to be a repetition of the experience with...

Regaining public trust

It’s time to go back to basics with a serious and high level battle of ideas and allow the electorate freely to make up his mind in whose hands he or she...

It’s time to go back to basics with a serious and high...

Party clubs: what future?

It's time for the parties to carry out a reality check and realise that these clubs have become anachronistic.

It's time for the parties to carry out a reality check and...

Too serious to sweep under the carpet

Labour has an obligation to live up to the selfsame lofty standards to which it holds others.

Labour has an obligation to live up to the selfsame lofty...

A long campaign

19 days to go...

19 days to go...

Stop the mud slinging

Once facts are sacred, we would advise politicians to stick to the facts, as they are made known and not to simply flout innuendos and hope that something will...

Once facts are sacred, we would advise politicians to stick...

Papal resignations and other matters

It’s difficult to maintain a rigorously unchanging institution in the face of a social landscape that has changed beyond recognition is so short a time-frame...

It’s difficult to maintain a rigorously unchanging...

The things one should never say

The next parliament must discuss guidelines to make tender award systems open to more parliamentary scrutiny.

The next parliament must discuss guidelines to make tender...

Catalyst for change

It is time to consider the introduction of public parliamentary hearings whereby possibilities of conflicts of interest are discussed openly.

It is time to consider the introduction of public...

Amnesties are no substitute for checks and balances

The sheer extent of the perception of corruption in our country cannot be...

The sheer extent of the perception of corruption in our...

Taking corruption seriously

So far, reactions to a series of articles about alleged corruptionin the procurement of fuel by Enemalta, suggest that the authorities in this country can...

So far, reactions to a series of articles about alleged...

Too little, too late

At a glance, the Frans Sammut case appears to answer many of the questions raised by Malta’s highly dubious energy situation.

At a glance, the Frans Sammut case appears to answer many...

The Attorney General owes us an explanation

There are political considerations that can only raise serious questions about...

There are political considerations that can only raise...