Careful of that high-rise bubble… | Chris Grech
Dhalia CEO Chris Grech is sending out a warning: high-rise will not work if the demand from the global rich and businesses seeking Maltese tax benefits is not there
Aborting misconceptions | Lara Dimitrijevic
A public call for the morning-after pill to be licensed has rung alarm bells among the pro-life lobby. But Lara Dimitrijevic, chair of Women’s Rights Foundation, argues that...
[WATCH] Making planning faster | Johann Buttigieg

The Planning Authority’s chief executive officer, Johann Buttigieg talks...

The Planning Authority’s chief executive officer,...

Starting on the right foot | Marlene Farrugia

It has already been dismissed as a flight of fancy… but could Marlene...

It has already been dismissed as a flight of fancy…...

Keeping all options open | Mark Sultana

Following last year’s referendum defeat, the Campaign to Abolish Spring Hunting seems to have reached a dead end. But BirdLife Malta chief executive Mark...

Following last year’s referendum defeat, the Campaign...

Ten key takeaways from Muscat’s interview with the Economist

Malta’s prime minister is a centrist with progressive inspiration, who...

Malta’s prime minister is a centrist with progressive...

Mission Im-'peas'-able | Emmy Bezzina

‘Il Parlament Tal-Poplu’, hosted by the flamboyant Dr Emmy Bezzina, has risen to quasi-cult status among a population increasingly disillusioned by...

‘Il Parlament Tal-Poplu’, hosted by the...

[WATCH] The new radical | Simon Busuttil

Opposition leader Simon Busuttil bills himself as the person who can bring the country out of a blind alley when it comes to good governance. And since...

Opposition leader Simon Busuttil bills himself as the...

Muscat keeping his head above the water

Prime Minister Joseph Muscat is fending off the most serious accusation yet made against his government but claims his administration is keeping its head above...

Prime Minister Joseph Muscat is fending off the most...

Where do the children play? | Pauline Miceli

Are our children paying the price for excessive urbanisation? Are they being...

Are our children paying the price for excessive...

Recipe for implosion | Michael Briguglio

Sociologist and former AD chairperson Michael Briguglio argues that political parties need to engage more with society, or risk being reduced to irrelevance

Sociologist and former AD chairperson Michael Briguglio...

Crime and misconceptions | Saviour Formosa

Few areas are more fraught with misconceptions than the criminal underworld....

Few areas are more fraught with misconceptions than the...

Better late than never | Joe Mizzi

Traffic and public transport remain the government’s Achilles heel but an upbeat Joe Mizzi believes he’s on the right track 

Traffic and public transport remain the government’s...

[WATCH] Public transport contract to be published this week, Transport Minister confirms

Contract signed with Spanish public transport operator Autobuses de Leon more than a year ago to be tabled in parliament this week

Contract signed with Spanish public transport operator...

The fight against ISIS is already lost | Joseph Micallef

Historian and author JOSEPH V. MICALLEF argues that the only thing that can...

Historian and author JOSEPH V. MICALLEF argues that the...

Prevention is better than cure | Chris Fearne

The future of public health will be dominated by Bio-Information Technology:...

The future of public health will be dominated by...

Compromised lands | Jason Azzopardi

Shadow justice minister Jason Azzopardi is convinced that Labour’s economic successes will not be enough to rein in a disillusioned electorate

Shadow justice minister Jason Azzopardi is convinced that...

For whom the Church bells toll | Fr Rene Camilleri

Caught between mystic visionaries and an increasingly secular society, the...

Caught between mystic visionaries and an increasingly...

Fishing in troubled waters | Martin Caruana

Are traditional Maltese fishermen being muscled out of existence by an...

Are traditional Maltese fishermen being muscled out of...

May the Force be… | Carmelo Abela

Safety and security, migration and the police force were among 2015’s main talking points and MaltaToday spoke to home affairs minister Carmelo Abela...

Safety and security, migration and the police force were...