Maybe there’s ‘something psychologically missing’ from Maltese politics, too...
The Maltese climate emergency is a joke
Criminalising abortion creates ‘chilling effect’ on healthcare providers
Poor Alex? MEP’s chiding was entirely appropriate
Shaking off the two-tribe mentality
Revenge of the killer trees...
Raphael Vassallo
Addressing the needs of medicinal cannabis patients
Nine-storey commercial development proposed next to Wied Għomor bridge
Rock ‘n’ roll never dies (and nor does Malta’s Eurovision delusion)...
Abortion decriminalisation: the spectacular failure of our legislators
Was it all a Netanyahu ruse?
Michael Falzon
When in Europe, do as the Europeans do...
Why does a construction magnate sponsor a regatta club?
Re-opening of events industry: We have veered from one extreme to the other
Jerusalem: the politics behind the latest explosion of violence | Carlo Aldrovandi
‘I never thought it would happen to me’
Wasn’t there supposed to be a ‘New Pact on Migration and Asylum’…?
Protests by Palestinian citizens in Israel signal growing sense of a common struggle
Whither Marlene Farrugia?
Michael Falzon
Criminalising abortion doesn’t save unborn lives. It just exposes women to danger
Cannabis: a very costly prohibition | Andrew Bonello
What do we know about abortions in Malta? | Aleksandar Dimitrijevic
Business impossible, unless connected
A U-turn worthy of 'Dukes of Hazzard'...
The great whodunnit
Michael Falzon
Climate adaptation and the world of work
Standing up for Malta and its people
Alex Agius Saliba
My body, my rights in all areas of life, including mental health care
Robert's dilemma
Michael Falzon
'Steal a little and they throw you in jail...'
Protecting the victims of crime | Byron Camilleri
Time to restore the earth through sustainable business practices | Wendy Green
Art is not exactly valued by its ‘contribution to GDP’...
The arts on prescription | Julie Zahra
Resisting the roadbuilding assault | Noah Fabri
Candy-sticks for canvassers
Peter Agius
The beautiful game... it’s not about billionaires
‘Qu’ils payent pour le gym!’
Raphael Vassallo
Labour is still ahead in the polls, so why is it so touchy?
We reap what we sow
Saviour Balzan