‘High’ times | David Caruana
Legalise Cannabis Malta spokesman David Caruana on why should cannabis be decriminalised.
Grasping the nettles | Martin Scicluna
Martin Scicluna, Today Public Policy Institute director, warns against the dangers of complacency, against a national backdrop of problems traditionally swept under the carpet.
His last hurrah? | Jeffrey Pullicino Orlando

Chief promoter of last year’s successful divorce bill, Jeffrey Pullicino...

Chief promoter of last year’s successful divorce bill,...

Everything’s gonna be O-Kaye | Dave Kaye

Arriva’s newly-appointed Managing Director Dave Kaye is resolutely optimistic...

Arriva’s newly-appointed Managing Director Dave Kaye is...

Constitution Matters | Giovanni Bonello

Former European Court of Human rights judge Giovanni Bonello comments on the recent changes to the Justice Minister’s portfolio, the right to legal...

Former European Court of Human rights judge Giovanni...

Superintending Paceville | Stephen Gatt

Is Paceville really a hub of antisocial activity? Superintendent Stephen Gatt, talks about whether anything is being done to make the popular nightlife area...

Is Paceville really a hub of antisocial activity?...

Unhappy days | Simon Busuttil

From ACTA to divorce, from Franco Debono to Lawrence Gonzi, from political instability in Malta to the future of the eurozone, MEP Simon Busuttil wrestles...

From ACTA to divorce, from Franco Debono to Lawrence Gonzi,...

Just a bunch of lemmings… | Arnold Cassola

AD spokesperson on EU and International Affairs Arnold Cassola says Malta could...

AD spokesperson on EU and International Affairs Arnold...

Stuck in a moment | Owen Bonnici

Lawyer and PL spokesman for Youth and Culture Owen Bonnici has made a name for himself as a liberal voice within Labour. But how in synch is his progressive...

Lawyer and PL spokesman for Youth and Culture Owen Bonnici...

Brothers in arms | Michael Gonzi

Backbencher Michael Gonzi praises his brother’s dedication to the country but reveals that back in 2009 he had strongly objected to a reform in primary...

Backbencher Michael Gonzi praises his brother’s...

Total system failure | George Busuttil

As prisoner’s rights NGO Mid-Dlam Ghad-Dawl approaches its 17th anniversary, director George Busuttil vents his frustration at an apparent total breakdown of...

As prisoner’s rights NGO Mid-Dlam Ghad-Dawl approaches...

In ACTA’s defence? | Antonio Ghio

The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement will not criminalise those who download films and music tracks in the privacy of their homes and for their personal...

The Anti-Counterfeiting Trade Agreement will not...

Beware of the dogma | Alfred Sant

Today’s political crisis echoes the one that brought down Alfred Sant’s Labour government in 1998. But the man at the centre of that distant storm sees...

Today’s political crisis echoes the one that brought down...

The man who would (not) be king | Mario de Marco

Recently promoted to Tourism Minister as part of the Prime Minister’s Cabinet...

Recently promoted to Tourism Minister as part of the Prime...

Walking the walk | Franco Mercieca

Franco Mercieca, Gozo’s first candidate to contest on both islands, speaks about the challenge the Labour Party faces in Gozo, his candidature for the...

Franco Mercieca, Gozo’s first candidate to contest on...

The solution is good governance | Edward Scicluna

Labour MEP and prospective minister Edward Scicluna envisages an open and...

Labour MEP and prospective minister Edward Scicluna...

Leaving past convictions behind | Emmanuel Mallia

Reputed criminal lawyer Emmanuel Mallia tells what led him to a change of heart...

Reputed criminal lawyer Emmanuel Mallia tells what led him...

Cracking the party whip | David Agius

Nationalist Party Whip David Agius says that the Nationalist Party faces nothing short of a battle next Thursday.

Nationalist Party Whip David Agius says that the...

Man from the South | Joe Psaila Savona

Former tourism parliamentary secretary Joe Psaila Savona knows what it means to be a Nationalist candidate in the overwhelmingly Labour south of Malta. But...

Former tourism parliamentary secretary Joe Psaila Savona...

Still defiant | Franco Debono

With four days to go there is no indication yet whether Franco Debono has changed his original position or that he will not support a no-confidence vote.

With four days to go there is no indication yet whether...

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