I have had enough
Saviour Balzan
Unlike Sicily, Greece and Sardinia we have no space, tree cover, or mountains to compensate for ugly urban sprawl and high population density
Cartoon: 27 August 2023
Cartoon by Mikiel Galea
Is it ‘Tourism Feeds Everyone’... or ‘Everyone Feeds On Tourists’?
Raphael Vassallo

I think not myself... but then, what the heck would I even know about ‘tourism’, anyway?

I think not myself... but then, what the heck would I even...

A Midsummer Night's dream
Michael Falzon

The midsummer’s night dream was just a dream that had flickered away. The harsh reality of the current despondency of the two main Maltese political...

The midsummer’s night dream was just a dream that had...

Leslie Agius: a life devoted to serving Malta
Matthew Agius

MaltaToday’s senior court reporter Matthew Agius remembers his father,...

MaltaToday’s senior court reporter Matthew Agius...

A disgruntled nation and a smug administration
Josanne Cassar

Whatever the reason, the more people get all worked up, the more out of touch...

Whatever the reason, the more people get all worked up, the...

From tears to a river of hope: an industry under the microscope

Isabelle's altruistic call for scrutiny of the building industry is a...

Isabelle's altruistic call for scrutiny of the building...

Cartoon: 13 August 2023

Cartoon by Mikiel Galea

Cartoon by Mikiel Galea

Court of Appeal explains the three elements of the plea of res judicata
Malcolm Mifsud

The Court of Appeal upheld a plea that the case has already been decided on (res judicata), since there existed the three elements that make up this plea

The Court of Appeal upheld a plea that the case has already...

A society which respects dignity and safety | Byron Camilleri

Over the past two years, more than 3,000 victims have contacted the agency for...

Over the past two years, more than 3,000 victims have...

The road to (traffic) hell is paved with EU funding
Raphael Vassallo

Of course not! Don’t be silly. There are, after all, such things as...

Of course not! Don’t be silly. There are, after all,...

Safe communities and a duty to stamp out racism

Scaremongering and xenophobia are the easiest things to foment and lest we...

Scaremongering and xenophobia are the easiest things to...

Winds are largely superfluous in an island-ful of windbags

The Skinny - No. 203 - Winds of Wind

The Skinny - No. 203 - Winds of Wind

‘Liberalisation leads to lower prices’. Really? Since when?
Raphael Vassallo

When any segment of a market as small as Malta is ‘liberalised’......

When any segment of a market as small as Malta is...

The ‘money no problem’ syndrome
Michael Falzon

So Abela could not pull the strings and move away from the ‘money no problem’ mentality that Muscat’s tenure in power had generated

So Abela could not pull the strings and move away from the...

Boosting our efforts for a better service | Jonathan Cardona

Enemalta CEO says that the challenges during the July heatwave highlighted...

Enemalta CEO says that the challenges during the July...

Over-population and the dangers of quoting unreliable sources
Josanne Cassar

Over the last few weeks, every time someone mentioned over-population I...

Over the last few weeks, every time someone mentioned...

Cartoon: 6 August 2023

Cartoon by Mikiel Galea

Cartoon by Mikiel Galea

Filthy neighbourhoods, a deficient waste collection system and litter louts

Malta has become filthy and the laissez faire attitude shown by the authorities only encourages irresponsible litter louts to continue doing as they please

Malta has become filthy and the laissez faire attitude...

Government’s screeching and damaging U-turns | Mark Said

Abela’s premiership hardly ever got off to the smoothest of starts, with...

Abela’s premiership hardly ever got off to the...