Truth is always revolutionary | Elias Khoury
Lebanese writer Elias Khoury is one of the leading lights of Arab literature and he says that the Israeli occupation is classical colonialism built upon a rational and cynical...
Maltese cuisine back on the menu | Michael Diacono
The Maltese restaurant scene has evolved beyond recognition in the last 30 years. But for established local chefs such as Michael Diacono, the challenge is as much about...
Towards a Maltese presidency of the EU Council

Malta's presidency of the EU council is a real chance for the...

Malta's presidency of the EU council is a...

Change is on its way | Glenna Kathleen Hill

The US Presidential election may radically transform how the US interacts with...

The US Presidential election may radically transform how...

Not part of a masterplan | Conrad Thake

Architect Conrad Thake argues that decisions to go high-rise should be preceded by a masterplan, not vice-versa

Architect Conrad Thake argues that decisions to go...

Between a rock and a hard place | Tolga Temuge

The failed military coup in Turkey this month exposed the vulnerability of the...

The failed military coup in Turkey this month exposed the...

From scandal to reform at the Lands Authority

The Gaffarena scandal gave way to an overhaul of the Lands Department for the...

The Gaffarena scandal gave way to an overhaul of the Lands...

Exam time for the education system | Evarist Bartolo

Education Minister Evarist Bartolo faces resistance from parents and teachers...

Education Minister Evarist Bartolo faces resistance from...

‘See cranes, think drains’ | Astrid Vella

Is Malta ready for a boom in high-rise buildings? Most emphatically not, argues...

Is Malta ready for a boom in high-rise buildings? Most...

The bubble is not bursting yet | Sandro Chetcuti

Malta Developers’ Association chairman Sandro Chetcuti argues that the...

Malta Developers’ Association chairman Sandro...

‘You can check out any time you like…’ | Roderick Pace

Has Europe become a neo-conservative prison from which one can never really...

Has Europe become a neo-conservative prison from which one...

Invisible women | Brenda Murphy

Dr Brenda Murphy, of the University of Malta’s Department of Gender Studies, on why the media has some catching up to do with society when it comes to...

Dr Brenda Murphy, of the University of Malta’s...

Careful of that high-rise bubble… | Chris Grech

Dhalia CEO Chris Grech is sending out a warning: high-rise will not work if the...

Dhalia CEO Chris Grech is sending out a warning: high-rise...

Aborting misconceptions | Lara Dimitrijevic

A public call for the morning-after pill to be licensed has rung alarm bells...

A public call for the morning-after pill to be licensed has...

Not just 'the party of Marlene' | Marco Cremona

Marco Cremona, temporary secretary-general of the newly launched ‘Partit...

Marco Cremona, temporary secretary-general of the newly...

Give a man a fish… | Leonid McKay

Despite a generous welfare system and an apparent economic boom, poverty seems to be on the increase. Caritas director Leonid McKay makes the case for...

Despite a generous welfare system and an apparent economic...

Is there life after Eurovision? | Howard Keith Debono

Music producer (and Ira Losco’s manager) Howard Keith Debono counters...

Music producer (and Ira Losco’s manager) Howard Keith...

Emergency on Planet Malta | Andre Callus

Social equality campaigner Andre Callus, of Moviment Graffitti, outlines the need for a radical culture shift to counter a social, political and environmental...

Social equality campaigner Andre Callus, of Moviment...

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