Where do the children play? | Pauline Miceli
Are our children paying the price for excessive urbanisation? Are they being exploited (even unwittingly) by a culture that is increasingly being commodified? Children’s...
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
Smaller slice of a bigger cake | Moses Azzopardi

Poverty and social exclusion among the elderly on the increase, National...

Poverty and social exclusion among the elderly on the...

Embryonic emotions | Miriam Sciberras

Life Network Malta chairperson Dr Miriam Sciberras puts up a spirited defence, when asked directly if her NGOs’ tactics are manipulative and exploitative

Life Network Malta chairperson Dr Miriam Sciberras puts up...

Failure to integrate is not an option | Silvan Agius

SILVAN AGIUS, newly appointed director of the Human Rights and Integration...

SILVAN AGIUS, newly appointed director of the Human Rights...

Tunnel under troubled water | Euchar Vella

Gozo’s connectivity problems are well-known; but is a sub-seabed tunnel...

Gozo’s connectivity problems are well-known; but is a...

[WATCH] Marlene Farrugia: Labour MPs scared of speaking out, she refused Busuttil’s offer to join PN, and why her resignation was long on the cards

WATCH highlights • 10 things former Labour MP Marlene Farrugia told Saviour Balzan for Reporter

WATCH highlights • 10 things former Labour MP Marlene...

Learning the hard way | Elizabeth Chyrum

Elizabeth Chyrum of Human Rights Concern Eritrea is sceptical about the monetary aid pledged for development in Africa in the wake of the Valletta Summit,...

Elizabeth Chyrum of Human Rights Concern Eritrea is...

A medical time-bomb? | Martin Balzan

Can Malta afford to maintain a costly free health service of population growth and ageing demographics? Yes, argues Malta Medical Association secretary Martin...

Can Malta afford to maintain a costly free health service...

‘Love is not enough’ | Save the Embryo Protection Act Malta

Meeting the members of Save The Embryo Protection Act Malta, TEODOR RELJIC...

Meeting the members of Save The Embryo Protection Act...

To judge in one’s own court | Kevin Aquilina

Dean of the Faculty of Laws Prof. KEVIN AQUILINA explores the thin red line...

Dean of the Faculty of Laws Prof. KEVIN AQUILINA explores...

Politics is his calling | Aaron Farrugia

Former Labour Party youth leader Aaron Farrugia says politicians have to brush up their game and start getting more brainy about the way they help people

Former Labour Party youth leader Aaron Farrugia says...

‘Work doesn’t pay’ | Charles Miceli

Did Budget 2016 do enough to reduce poverty levels to within sight of EU...

Did Budget 2016 do enough to reduce poverty levels to...

Roadmap to nowhere | Kristy Debono

Budget 2016 seems to offer little foothold for an Opposition keen to rebuild itself as a serious alternative government. But Kristy Debono – Nationalist...

Budget 2016 seems to offer little foothold for an...

When disaster strikes | John Rizzo

Civil Protection Department director JOHN RIZZO discusses whether Malta is logistically prepared to handle large-scale emergencies, in light of unanswered...

Civil Protection Department director JOHN RIZZO discusses...

Another ‘Brikkun’ in the wall | Mario Vella

MARIO VELLA, frontman for Brikkuni and outspoken commentator on the cultural...

MARIO VELLA, frontman for Brikkuni and outspoken...

Another ‘Brikkun’ in the wall | Mario Vella

MARIO VELLA, frontman for Brikkuni and outspoken commentator on the cultural...

MARIO VELLA, frontman for Brikkuni and outspoken...

This is the beginning of a new era | Maria Pisani

Europe’s old asylum policies have failed. Sociologist MARIA PISANI argues...

Europe’s old asylum policies have failed. Sociologist...

So near and yet SOFA | Gina Abercrombie-Winstanley

A ‘Status of Forces Agreement’ would be beneficial for both Malta...

A ‘Status of Forces Agreement’ would be...

Solidarity takes many forms | Rob Luke

The UK is often criticised for showing lack of solidarity on the migration front. British High Commissioner Rob Luke however argues that...

The UK is often criticised for showing lack of solidarity...