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 health care, which was...
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 the prisons system.
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...

Some don’t like it hot | Frans Ghirxi

The Sliema murders shook the nation but it was also the press and its reports that came under the public’s scrutiny. Former newspaperman Frans Ghirxi...

The Sliema murders shook the nation but it was also the...

Going to the blogs… | Alex Grech

Academic researcher Alex Grech talks about how social networks are slowly impacting the way people interact with each other… and debunks a few myths about...

Academic researcher Alex Grech talks about how social...

The full Montanaro | Alan Montanaro

Alan Montanaro is best known, dressed in drag, for his panto performances as The Dame, but he’s also vocal about all things theatre, censorship… and the...

Alan Montanaro is best known, dressed in drag, for his...

One man against the big bank | Paul Bonello

In tomorrow’s issue of MaltaToday on Sunday, stockbroker Paul Bonello says it...

In tomorrow’s issue of MaltaToday on Sunday, stockbroker...

Re-exhuming the past? | Dione Borg

Almost 25 years later and political parties still speak of the violence which occurred in the 1980s, 1970s and even the 1960s but In-Nazzjon journalist Dione...

Almost 25 years later and political parties still speak of...

Labour’s Mr Nice Guy | Karmenu Vella

Shadow Finance Minister Karmenu ‘Il-Guy’ Vella is often presented as the respectable and appealing face of Labour. But do his economic policies and...

Shadow Finance Minister Karmenu ‘Il-Guy’ Vella is often...

Democracy in times of ‘war’

Is European democracy under siege? And with so much concern about the future political direction of the Union, why is Malta so apparently far-removed from the...

Is European democracy under siege? And with so much concern...

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