Another ‘Brikkun’ in the wall | Mario Vella
MARIO VELLA, frontman for Brikkuni and outspoken commentator on the cultural scene, contends with the most philosophical question ever asked about art. Can you live off it?
This is the beginning of a new era | Maria Pisani
Europe’s old asylum policies have failed. Sociologist MARIA PISANI argues that our entire perspective on migration needs to shift to accommodate new realities
So near and yet SOFA | Gina Abercrombie-Winstanley

A ‘Status of Forces Agreement’ would be beneficial for both Malta...

A ‘Status of Forces Agreement’ would be...

Solidarity takes many forms | Rob Luke

The UK is often criticised for showing lack of solidarity on the migration front. British High Commissioner Rob Luke however argues that...

The UK is often criticised for showing lack of solidarity...

Action speaks louder than public declarations | Katrine Camilleri

There is nothing stopping the government from providing ‘safe,...

There is nothing stopping the government from providing...

Flying on borrowed time | Klaus Gossler

The next 12 to 18 months are critical for the survival of Air Malta. Chief Financial Officer Klaus Gossler exudes confidence that the national airline will...

The next 12 to 18 months are critical for the survival of...

Migration needs to be managed better | Chris Catrambone

The Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) has rescued more than 10,000 people at...

The Migrant Offshore Aid Station (MOAS) has rescued more...

How to weave a Flemish controversy…

CYNTHIA DE GIORGIO, curator of the St John’s Co-Cathedral museum, defends plans to build an extension for a priceless collection of 29 17th century...

CYNTHIA DE GIORGIO, curator of the St John’s...

Movies is magic | Slavko Vukanovic

There is something magical about Malta’s connection to the film industry. SLAVKO VUKANOVIC, organiser of the Kinemastik Short Festival, on why this...

There is something magical about Malta’s connection...

Pornography, we have a problem… | Lorraine Spiteri

Pornography is distorting our image of healthy sexual relationships, argues...

Pornography is distorting our image of healthy sexual...

‘Overdue birth’ for maternity leave fund

The Maternity Leave Trust Fund, launched this week, has elicited mixed...

The Maternity Leave Trust Fund, launched this week, has...

Watch me like a hawk | Leo Brincat

The Environment Minister will soon have a brand new authority on his watch, a move that will beef up his ministerial portfolio. But will it have any power in...

The Environment Minister will soon have a brand new...

Flirting with conservative rebellion | Alex Vella Gera

As the powers-that-be finally vindicate Alex Vella Gera’s battle against...

As the powers-that-be finally vindicate Alex Vella...

[WATCH] Mark Camilleri, from anti-censorship front to legal reform

Mark Camilleri, honoured with Gieh ir-Repubblika for his role in the fight...

Mark Camilleri, honoured with Gieh ir-Repubblika for his...

The cure which made Greece sicker | Theodoris Daskarolis

With unemployment in Greece currently at 27%, with many of those employed not...

With unemployment in Greece currently at 27%, with many of...

Poised for an architectural revolution | Chris Mintoff

Chris Mintoff, chairman of the KTP [Chamber of Architects], welcomes high-rise...

Chris Mintoff, chairman of the KTP [Chamber of Architects],...

‘High rise will help Sliema environment’ – Chamber of Architects president

Christopher Mintoff claims that Malta is heading towards a 'culture change' with its new high-rise architectural direction. 

Christopher Mintoff claims that Malta is heading towards a...

Blinded by a pro-business vision | Alfred Baldacchino

Environment policy has been sacrificed in the name of short-sighted greed....

Environment policy has been sacrificed in the name of...

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