Picking up the pieces | Francis Zammit Dimech
The PN is undergoing a restructuring exercise, and is about to undergo its first electoral test under new leadership. Immersed in both challenges, veteran MP Francis Zammit Dimech...
Let’s not get lost in details | Franco Debono
Lawyer and former thorn in the Gonzi administration’s side Franco Debono argues that the important thing now is to press ahead with a party financing bill, and leave the...
It’s solidarity, but not as we know it | Neil Falzon

Malta has often complained of a lack of European solidarity vis-à-vis its own...

Malta has often complained of a lack of European solidarity...

Change from the bottom up | Marie Louise Coleiro-Preca

A firm believer in the community spirit and in hearing what people have to say,...

A firm believer in the community spirit and in hearing what...

Law and disorder | Reuben Balzan

Malta’s justice system is in dire need of an overhaul, but where does one even begin to address the apparent chaos? Chamber of Advocates President Reuben...

Malta’s justice system is in dire need of an overhaul,...

His hands on the cash register | Edward Scicluna

Edward Scicluna has a simple solution to keep Malta’s deficit under 3% –...

Edward Scicluna has a simple solution to keep Malta’s...

Too chummy with Labour? | Tony Zahra

MHRA President Tony Zahra would like to live in a country where politicians try to outdo each other in ‘doing what is best for the tourist industry’. But...

MHRA President Tony Zahra would like to live in a country...

It’s still the economy, stupid | Tonio Fenech

The global economic climate will be kinder to Labour than it was to the last...

The global economic climate will be kinder to Labour than...

‘Enemalta is no family silver’ | Konrad Mizzi

In its current state, Enemalta is the albatross around the island’s neck. But...

In its current state, Enemalta is the albatross around the...

A normal life and a hidden hand | Syrians living in Malta

Abdul Dibo and Nidal Binni, Syrians long resident in Malta, offer their...

Abdul Dibo and Nidal Binni, Syrians long resident in Malta,...

Facing a constructed crisis | Therese Comodini Cachia

MEP candidate Therese Comodini Cachia believes the big migration ‘crisis’...

MEP candidate Therese Comodini Cachia believes the big...

Live through this | Karl Schembri

Journalist turned humanitarian worker Karl Schembri has witnessed the human toll of an illegal Israeli occupation and the exodus of Syrian and Palestinian...

Journalist turned humanitarian worker Karl Schembri has...

Poacher or gamekeeper? | Sandro Chetcuti

Developer Sandro Chetcuti has just been appointed on the Building Regulations Board. As a developer who enjoys the trust of the new government, will he be...

Developer Sandro Chetcuti has just been appointed on the...

‘Gonzi must acknowledge he was wrong, history proved me right’ – Debono

Franco Debono believes the PN administration’s downfall was not down to the personal agendas of government MPs, but the direct result of former prime...

Franco Debono believes the PN administration’s downfall...

Regrets, I’ve had a few… | Lawrence Gonzi

Lawrence Gonzi retains a combative streak, carving out the impression that his...

Lawrence Gonzi retains a combative streak, carving out the...

Minister at a bus stop | Joe Mizzi

If you meet Transport Minister Joe Mizzi at a bus stop, don’t be surprised – he is dedicating part of his time checking whether buses are on time and...

If you meet Transport Minister Joe Mizzi at a bus stop,...

Of rights and referenda | Cyrus Engerer

Everyone has the right to an opinion but it would be dangerous to submit rights to a popular vote, Labour EP hopeful Cyrus Engerer insists

Everyone has the right to an opinion but it would be...

Much harder to change a culture than a law | Helena Dalli

As the minister responsible for social equality, civil liberties and consumer...

As the minister responsible for social equality, civil...

The other side of the immigration coin | Gervais Chisihayo

Immigration does not only refer to asylum seekers entering the country without...

Immigration does not only refer to asylum seekers entering...

Balance, not burnout – the highlight of 26 years as a criminal investigator

Assistant Police Commissioner Pierre Calleja talks about the ups and downs – the dedication and the necessary sacrifices – of a career investigator in the...

Assistant Police Commissioner Pierre Calleja talks about...

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