Poised for an architectural revolution | Chris Mintoff
Chris Mintoff, chairman of the KTP [Chamber of Architects], welcomes high-rise development as a challenge to architects, but warns against a short-termist approach
‘High rise will help Sliema environment’ – Chamber of Architects president
Christopher Mintoff claims that Malta is heading towards a 'culture change' with its new high-rise architectural direction. 
Killing joy | Bill Oddie

British TV personality Bill Oddie may be a comedian by vocation, but he admits he sees very little to smile about in the result of Malta’s spring hunting...

British TV personality Bill Oddie may be a comedian by...

'Boys will not always be boys' | Maria Ali

The new Gender Identity Bill challenges some of the traditional...

The new Gender Identity Bill challenges some of the...

[WATCH] 'It's a shame - we don't even know our own history' | Salvu Mallia

Has Malta’s most popular television presenter finally overstepped his limits by taking on the mantle of campaigner for the SHout campaign against spring...

Has Malta’s most popular television presenter finally...

Culture in Malta: No time to waste

Director of strategy at Arts Council Malta Toni Attard tells TEODOR RELJIC that changes are afoot in the governmental bodies charged with culture, but that we...

Director of strategy at Arts Council Malta Toni Attard...

Medical tourism to the rescue | Chris Fearne

Health parliamentary secretary insists that €200 million figure for...

Health parliamentary secretary insists that €200...

It (still) isn’t easy being Green | Ralph Cassar

The spring hunting referendum marks a pivotal chapter for Alternattiva...

The spring hunting referendum marks a pivotal chapter for...

No ‘magic wand’ solutions | Claudio Grech

The challenges facing Malta’s economic infrastructure in the long term...

The challenges facing Malta’s economic infrastructure...

‘Time to end criminal libel’ | Karl Wright

Journalist Karl Wright takes over the Institute of Maltese Journalists, which...

Journalist Karl Wright takes over the Institute of Maltese...

Can CHOGM save the world? | Zac Goldsmith

Not according to UK MP Zac Goldsmith, who addressed the Commonwealth Business...

Not according to UK MP Zac Goldsmith, who addressed the...

‘Solar power investment will save Malta a lot of money’ – British MP

British MP hopes that nation leaders will leave upcoming CHOGM meeting in Malta with a shared understanding of where the priorities should be in...

British MP hopes that nation leaders will...

‘Let Libyans settle their scores’ | Arsalan Alshinawi

Baghdad-born Dr Arsalan Alshinawi, a lecturer in international relations at the...

Baghdad-born Dr Arsalan Alshinawi, a lecturer in...

[WATCH] Bishop Magro to return to Benghazi church after meeting Pope

'Like a shepherd who can't abandon his flock, I cannot leave the...

'Like a shepherd who can't abandon his flock, I...

Call me a sceptic, but… | Alfred Sant

Former Prime Minister (now MEP) Alfred Sant has criticised the EU’s approach to the eurozone crisis, and defied expectations by failing to support...

Former Prime Minister (now MEP) Alfred Sant has criticised...

Fighting fear with facts | Mark Sultana

SHout campaigner Mark Sultana outlines the main arguments in favour of a ‘No’ vote in the forthcoming spring hunting referendum on April 11

SHout campaigner Mark Sultana outlines the main arguments...

Stuck in a cultural rut | Alex Torpiano

Architect and dean of the University’s Faculty for the Built Environment, Alex Torpiano, vents his frustration that Malta is stuck in a cultural rut

Architect and dean of the University’s Faculty for...

Is the ‘European Dream’ crumbling? |  Roderick Pace

Last weekend’s election in Greece seems to indicate a widening gulf...

Last weekend’s election in Greece seems to indicate a...

‘Don’t write anyone off so easily’ | Simon Busuttil

Opposition leader Simon Busuttil defends his record at the helm of the...

Opposition leader Simon Busuttil defends his record at the...

Beauty and the broadcasting beast | Owen Bonnici

Justice Minister Owen Bonnici has inherited public broadcasting from the spoils...

Justice Minister Owen Bonnici has inherited public...