The poetry of statehood | Oliver Friggeri
As the country continues to celebrate its national identity this year, Oliver Friggieri speaks to TEODOR RELJIC about the enduring relevance of Dun Karm Psaila’s Innu Malti.
[WATCH] The finch that lays the golden egg | Steve Micklewright
Birdlife director Steve Micklewright attempts to clarify a few misconceptions about hunting, trapping and EU derogations, as the government once again grants further concessions...
It’s all in the mind | Dolores Gauci

Attitudes towards mental health are changing, but there is evidence that old prejudices die hard. Dolores Gauci, Chief Operations Officer at Community Mental...

Attitudes towards mental health are changing, but there is...

Till death do us part… | Lara Dimitrijevic

A recent EU survey on domestic violence points towards a soft white underbelly...

A recent EU survey on domestic violence points towards a...

‘Don’t be afraid of change’ | Joe Inguanez

Not everyone in the Maltese church is happy with the pace of change in the...

Not everyone in the Maltese church is happy with the pace...

‘I do not mimic anyone’ | Joseph Muscat

Gozo? Muscat is in favour of an airport, and a physical overhead or underwater...

Gozo? Muscat is in favour of an airport, and a physical...

You ask the questions

We gave readers the opportunity to put a question to Prime Minister Joseph Muscat. Here are the 23 questions we chose from readers who have won a free...

We gave readers the opportunity to put a question to Prime...

[WATCH] Bridge or a tunnel ‘is a must for Gozo’

MaltaToday interview - Prime Minister Joseph Muscat also speaks about the role...

MaltaToday interview - Prime Minister Joseph Muscat also...

Year of ‘change’ | Michael Falzon

Looking back at Labour’s first year in power, political analyst Michael Falzon argues that a change was necessary, though it might not have been the...

Looking back at Labour’s first year in power,...

What would you ask Joseph Muscat?

Submit your question here for a chance to win a free, one-year subscription to MaltaToday on Sunday's and Midweek epapers

Submit your question here for a chance to win a free,...

The 'eurorealist' | Alfred Sant

Alfred Sant’s career has seen him lead the Labour Party for over 15 years, the country for a short-lived two-year stint and he is now aiming at a seat in the...

Alfred Sant’s career has seen him lead the Labour Party...

'No goodies to give away' - Minister George Vella

Labour stalwart George Vella is happy in his current role as Foreign Minister,...

Labour stalwart George Vella is happy in his current role...

Picking up the pieces | Francis Zammit Dimech

The PN is undergoing a restructuring exercise, and is about to undergo its...

The PN is undergoing a restructuring exercise, and is about...

Let’s not get lost in details | Franco Debono

Lawyer and former thorn in the Gonzi administration’s side Franco Debono...

Lawyer and former thorn in the Gonzi administration’s...

Marlene on the wall | Marlene Farrugia

In between jellyfish stings and online attacks by supporters of her own party, Labour MP Marlene Farrugia has had a rough 2014 of it so far. She explains her...

In between jellyfish stings and online attacks by...

‘The people’s voice’ | Norman Vella

MEP hopeful Norman Vella interviewed by MaltaToday on Sunday.

MEP hopeful Norman Vella interviewed by MaltaToday on...

National identity: the quest goes on | Charles Xuereb

As Malta prepares to celebrate its 50th anniversary as an independent state,...

As Malta prepares to celebrate its 50th anniversary as an...

State expectations | Alex Vella Gera

By turning down a national honour, author Alex Vella Gera may also have also forced us to confront the elusive question of what our nation state actually...

By turning down a national honour, author Alex Vella Gera...

2013 Newsmakers | What they said

MaltaToday interviewed the major newsmakers of the year and here's what they said...

MaltaToday interviewed the major newsmakers of the year and...

The PN's new green face? | Ryan Callus

The deeds of past Nationalist governments weigh heavily on his criticism of the present government’s pro-development agenda, but Ryan Callus argues he is not...

The deeds of past Nationalist governments weigh heavily on...

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