[WATCH] Brave, new (and slightly scary) world…
Sophia, the ‘intelligent robot’ unveiled in Malta this week, offered many people their first glimpse of an exciting future ahead. Some may be wary of the implications;...
Of heroes  and monsters | Peppi Azzopardi
A court ban preventing Xarabank from interviewing Liam Debono – the 17-year-old accused of grievously injuring a police officer – has raised thorny questions about the...
Go on, impress him… | Howard Keith Debono

In between controversies, surprises and record-breaking participation levels,...

In between controversies, surprises and record-breaking...

United by a common resolve | Peter Agius

Never mind misleading impressions of an internecine civil war within the Nationalist Party. MEP candidate Peter Agius is confident that the Opposition will...

Never mind misleading impressions of an internecine civil...

Supervising the supervisors | Joseph Cuschieri

Last April, Joseph Cuschieri was appointed CEO of the Malta Financial...

Last April, Joseph Cuschieri was appointed CEO of the...

To strike or not to strike… | Marco Bonnici

… that was the question facing the Malta Union of Teachers this week, as...

… that was the question facing the Malta Union of...

It’s about decency, not just planning | Andre Callus

Will the City Centre project approval prove a tipping-point for Malta’s...

Will the City Centre project approval prove a tipping-point...

Domestic violence is a symptom, not a cause

Socioliogist and lecturer Angele Deguara argues that legislative changes, on...

Socioliogist and lecturer Angele Deguara argues that...

[WATCH] A leader with many questions | PN leader Adrian Delia interviewed

One year after being elected leader of the Nationalist Party, Adrian Delia has more questions than answers as he tries to find his party’s raison...

One year after being elected leader of the Nationalist...

‘Pride’ is a tool for social change | Clayton Mercieca

Malta has advanced in leaps and bounds when it comes to equality legislation;...

Malta has advanced in leaps and bounds when it comes to...

The play that was ‘too shocking’ for Malta | Adrian Buckle

Few local stage productions have had as long a gestation period as Anthony...

Few local stage productions have had as long a gestation...

It’s not just ‘food’, it’s culture | Marvin Gauci

Malta’s gastronomy culture is experiencing a dramatic revival, but is our...

Malta’s gastronomy culture is experiencing a dramatic...

A burning passion for fireworks... | Josef Camilleri

Malta’s pyrotechnics tradition seems to be under fire, as questions about...

Malta’s pyrotechnics tradition seems to be under...

Giving the arts a stronger voice | Raphael Vella

Malta’s arts scene appears to be going through a revival in the wake of...

Malta’s arts scene appears to be going through a...

Egrant was ‘devastating’ for the PN | Clyde Puli

The outcome of the Egrant inquiry has severely impacted the Nationalist Party;...

The outcome of the Egrant inquiry has severely impacted the...

Revisiting the nightmare | Michelle Muscat

It has been a long 15 months for Michelle Muscat, the Prime Minister’s...

It has been a long 15 months for Michelle Muscat, the Prime...

‘We need to put this into context’ | Edward Scicluna

Facing resignation calls after the European Banking Authority found serious...

Facing resignation calls after the European Banking...

[WATCH] ‘If we let those people sail on, we know they will die’ | Carola Rackete

Sea-Watch and Lifeline are two vessels currently impounded in Malta, as per a new government policy not to allow voluntary NGO rescue ships the use of our...

Sea-Watch and Lifeline are two vessels currently impounded...

Europe’s final solution: ‘let them drown’ | Maria Pisani

European governments – including Malta – seem to have turned their...

European governments – including Malta – seem...

The roads go ever on

Transport and Infrastructure Minister, IAN BORG, is coy about his own future political aspirations, but outspoken in defence of controversial infrastructure...

Transport and Infrastructure Minister, IAN BORG, is coy...

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