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One district, to end all districts...
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Raphael Vassallo
Labour’s metamorphosis
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Michael Falzon
The real issue is fair competition… not ‘unfair propaganda’
Beyond GDP to quality of life
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Julia Farrugia Portelli
Fresh page for the country
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Peter Agius
Malta’s neutrality does not mean indifference
The party-owned broadcasting media
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Michael Falzon
Speedy Gulia (aka 'The fastest resignation in the West')...
One year, 100 days, two leaders, one nation
No one is above the law
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Josanne Cassar
Not bold enough: the fight against plastic pollution
The gas pipeline saga
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Ralph Cassar
Coronavirus new variant – genomics researcher answers key questions | Lucy van Dorp
Ignoring quarantine rules has become the most common crime all over
Yorgen Fenech and the Castille gang
Cowardly New World
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Raphael Vassallo
The war on truth
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Michael Falzon
Changes in the new year
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Saviour Balzan
Looking back and looking ahead
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Josanne Cassar
Carbon-neutrality: no small feat | Aaron Farrugia
Was Jesus really born in Bethlehem? Why Gospels disagree | Rodolfo Galvan Estrada
2020: Man proposes, COVID disposes
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Michael Falzon
Does Malta have (enough) talent?
Blogs
Josanne Cassar
A murder that unravelled the ugliness of our political system
The green revolution can create new jobs
A year of reckoning | Robert Fenech
Six ways to make EU and Maltese industry climate neutral | Ralph Cassar
Yes, Rosianne Cutajar should resign: even just so we can all take a break for Christmas...
Bernard Grech’s missed opportunities
The questions that went unanswered
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Saviour Balzan
Utilising data for a brighter, more efficient future | Josianne Cutajar
Chronicle of a fatal accident (actually, two) foretold...
Full up: of tigers
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Michael Falzon
Since when are four deaths a day considered ‘normal’?
A public health emergency | Stephen Spiteri
Standing strong for Maltese farmers in Brussels | Bjorn Azzopardi
Malta’s most beautiful street? Most unchanged, more like it...
It goes (quite literally) without saying...
A tale of two cons
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Michael Falzon
Use of your public photos to discredit you is not libel, it’s harassment