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 Balzan outlines the...
His hands on the cash register | Edward Scicluna
Edward Scicluna has a simple solution to keep Malta’s deficit under 3% – keep things as they are. But not without his hawkish attention to what government departments are...
Adding life to years: the promise of active ageing

We need to challenge preconceived notions on retirement to ensure that older...

We need to challenge preconceived notions on retirement to...

Turning the PN into a ‘factory of ideas’ - Chris Said

In the PN’s new pantheon of leaders, which also includes two deputy leaders,...

In the PN’s new pantheon of leaders, which also includes...

Is justice being served? | Giovanni Bonello

Judicial reform is a top priority, but it is also a perilous minefield to be...

Judicial reform is a top priority, but it is also a...

And now… for the real Joseph | Joseph Muscat

After 12 weeks in government, Joseph Muscat’s honeymoon is practically over....

After 12 weeks in government, Joseph Muscat’s honeymoon...

DALLIGATE: the unambiguous circumstantial evidence

An emotional John Dalli believes there is “unambiguous circumstantial...

An emotional John Dalli believes there is “unambiguous...

‘We are running on empty’ | Owen Bonnici

Owen Bonnici, Parliamentary Secretary for Justice, is brimming with confidence...

Owen Bonnici, Parliamentary Secretary for Justice, is...

The PS with a hot potato | Michael Farrugia

Is Labour pro-environment or pro-construction? Michael Farrugia insists that he...

Is Labour pro-environment or pro-construction? Michael...

Looking forward to the spotlight | Ann Fenech

After a lifetime of facing problems and finding solutions in the maritime...

After a lifetime of facing problems and finding solutions...

Transport Ministry devising a ‘five year plan’

Speaking in an interview published in this Sunday’s edition of Illum,...

Speaking in an interview published in this Sunday’s...

Simon Busuttil’s first days in office have shown he’s the man for the job, says Chris Said

Speaking to Sunday newspaper Illum, PN Secretary General Chris Said puts his trust in new PN leader Simon Busuttil.

Speaking to Sunday newspaper Illum, PN Secretary General...

Living up to expectations | Simon Busuttil

Newly elected PN leader Simon Busuttil freely admits that the Nationalist Party...

Newly elected PN leader Simon Busuttil freely admits that...

No token lady | Claudette Buttigieg

The ambitious Nationalist MP Claudette Buttigieg knows the competition is stiff, but the PN must face change. As for Eurovision? ‘Let the gay times begin’

The ambitious Nationalist MP Claudette Buttigieg knows the...

Parliament’s guardian Angel | Anglu Farrugia

Newly appointed Speaker of the House Dr Anglu Farrugia may not enjoy universal...

Newly appointed Speaker of the House Dr Anglu Farrugia may...

Surprising allies: from the Dreyfus affair to Dalligate

James Debono meets Jose Bove, the iconic Green politician known for his...

James Debono meets Jose Bove, the iconic Green politician...

The third way man | Beppe Fenech Adami

Beppe Fenech Adami rejects the conservative label, arguing that Christian Democracy represents a ‘third way’ that is neither left nor right of centre.

Beppe Fenech Adami rejects the conservative label, arguing...

MEPA’s less expensive car | Vince Cassar

New MEPA chairman Vince Cassar is widely respected across the political...

New MEPA chairman Vince Cassar is widely respected across...

Riding the perfect storm | Mario de Marco

Mario de Marco acknowledges that the Nationalist Party was hit and sunk by a...

Mario de Marco acknowledges that the Nationalist Party was...

The PN’s off-menu option | Raymond Bugeja

The Nationalist Party seriously needs to pull something out of a hat to...

The Nationalist Party seriously needs to pull something out...

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