Not just 'the party of Marlene' | Marco Cremona
Marco Cremona, temporary secretary-general of the newly launched ‘Partit Demokratiku’, discusses the birth-pangs of a new political reality in Malta
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 more measures to...
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...

Politics has become a circus | Andrew Azzopardi

University lecturer and broadcaster Andrew Azzopardi argues that our...

University lecturer and broadcaster Andrew Azzopardi argues...

Time for ‘tough decisions’ on Air Malta | Edward Zammit Lewis

Tough times lie ahead for Air Malta, but tourism minister Edward Zammit Lewis...

Tough times lie ahead for Air Malta, but tourism minister...

Part of the solution | Michael Zammit Cutajar

As Malta joined 171 countries in signing the Paris Agreement on Climate Change...

As Malta joined 171 countries in signing the Paris...

[WATCH] ‘Citizenship is inherently unjust’ says passport king Christian Kalin

Scarcity is a fundamental economic problem. And freedom of movement, for some very rich people, is one such scarce right they are willing to pay over €1...

Scarcity is a fundamental economic problem. And freedom of...

Consistency is the key | Reno Bugeja

Is PBS being stretched out in a tug of war between government and opposition? Veteran broadcaster Reno Bugeja counters criticism of bias and imbalance by...

Is PBS being stretched out in a tug of war between...

[WATCH] Making planning faster | Johann Buttigieg

The Planning Authority’s chief executive officer, Johann Buttigieg talks...

The Planning Authority’s chief executive officer,...

Starting on the right foot | Marlene Farrugia

It has already been dismissed as a flight of fancy… but could Marlene...

It has already been dismissed as a flight of fancy…...

Keeping all options open | Mark Sultana

Following last year’s referendum defeat, the Campaign to Abolish Spring Hunting seems to have reached a dead end. But BirdLife Malta chief executive Mark...

Following last year’s referendum defeat, the Campaign...

Ten key takeaways from Muscat’s interview with the Economist

Malta’s prime minister is a centrist with progressive inspiration, who...

Malta’s prime minister is a centrist with progressive...

Mission Im-'peas'-able | Emmy Bezzina

‘Il Parlament Tal-Poplu’, hosted by the flamboyant Dr Emmy Bezzina, has risen to quasi-cult status among a population increasingly disillusioned by...

‘Il Parlament Tal-Poplu’, hosted by the...

[WATCH] The new radical | Simon Busuttil

Opposition leader Simon Busuttil bills himself as the person who can bring the country out of a blind alley when it comes to good governance. And since...

Opposition leader Simon Busuttil bills himself as the...

Muscat keeping his head above the water

Prime Minister Joseph Muscat is fending off the most serious accusation yet made against his government but claims his administration is keeping its head above...

Prime Minister Joseph Muscat is fending off the most...

Where do the children play? | Pauline Miceli

Are our children paying the price for excessive urbanisation? Are they being...

Are our children paying the price for excessive...

Recipe for implosion | Michael Briguglio

Sociologist and former AD chairperson Michael Briguglio argues that political parties need to engage more with society, or risk being reduced to irrelevance

Sociologist and former AD chairperson Michael Briguglio...

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