It (still) isn’t easy being Green | Ralph Cassar
The spring hunting referendum marks a pivotal chapter for Alternattiva Demokratika – The Green Party. Secretary-general RALPH CASSAR is cautiously optimistic
No ‘magic wand’ solutions | Claudio Grech
The challenges facing Malta’s economic infrastructure in the long term are too weighty to be solved by tribal politics. Shadow economy minister CLAUDIO GRECH calls for a...
We’re all Charlie now… | Frederic Depetris

Despite the horror of last Wednesday’s massacre in Paris, Frederic...

Despite the horror of last Wednesday’s massacre in...

The long road ahead | Carmelo Abela

Carmelo Abela has inherited not only the Home Affairs and National Security Ministry, but political responsibility for the country’s most strategic and...

Carmelo Abela has inherited not only the Home Affairs and...

Now you ‘seafood’, now you don’t… | JD Farrugia

Overfishing does not only threaten marine wildlife, but also the fishing...

Overfishing does not only threaten marine wildlife, but...

I will take (tough) decisions | Michael Falzon

Michael Falzon promises that he will not shrink from taking tough decisions on...

Michael Falzon promises that he will not shrink from taking...

Honesty is the best policy | Simon Busuttil

PN leader Simon Busuttil on his desire to change the way politics is done in...

PN leader Simon Busuttil on his desire to change the way...

Recovering the PN’s ‘heart and soul’ | Therese Comodini Cachia

Apart from representing the PN at the European Parliament, Therese Comodini...

Apart from representing the PN at the European Parliament,...

No gain for the middle class | Tonio Fenech

As PN finance minister, Tonio Fenech presented six consecutive budgets and...

As PN finance minister, Tonio Fenech presented six...

Changing a system of dependency | Edward Scicluna

EDWARD SCICLUNA presents the 2015 Budget with a confident projection of...

EDWARD SCICLUNA presents the 2015 Budget with a...

Undermining police autonomy | Neville Mercieca

Efforts to change the employment conditions for high-ranking police officers...

Efforts to change the employment conditions for...

Minding the gender gap | Renee Laiviera

Despite an apparent 15-place drop in Malta’s gender gap rating, Equality Commissioner Renee Laiviera sees an overall improvement in female participation...

Despite an apparent 15-place drop in Malta’s gender...

Hearing is believing | Paul Eiding

Mainly distinguished by his voice over work for video games like Metal Gear Solid and God of War, actor Paul Eiding has also lent his voice to Pixar...

Mainly distinguished by his voice over work for video games...

Another brick in the wall

Immanuel Mifsud is back on the frontlines of Maltese literature with a new novella whose haunting narrative of unrequited love across national borders belies a...

Immanuel Mifsud is back on the frontlines of Maltese...

IS represents the tip of the iceberg | Arsalan Alshinawi

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

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

Criminal justice on trial | Joe Giglio

Criminal lawyer Joseph Giglio believes the time has come for serious reform: both of the justice system, and of the PN he will now be advising on home...

Criminal lawyer Joseph Giglio believes the time has...

Open season on democracy? | Mark Mifsud Bonnici

St Hubert’s Hunters president MARK MIFSUD BONNICI insists that a...

St Hubert’s Hunters president MARK MIFSUD BONNICI...

Echoes of the Lampedusa tragedy

Human Rights activist Neil Falzon echoes Amnesty International’s complaints about the lack of transparency surrounding the deaths of 200 migrants in...

Human Rights activist Neil Falzon echoes Amnesty...

‘Our intention was never to pry’ | Evarist Bartolo

Education Minister Evarist Bartolo defends his ministry’s demands for...

Education Minister Evarist Bartolo defends his...

Malta’s great leap in the dark | Ugo Mifsud Bonnici

Independence may be taken for granted today, but there was a time when it was...

Independence may be taken for granted today, but there was...