Agriculture will suffer a slow death if we fail to act boldly | Anton Refalo
Fundamentally, the resolution acknowledged the responsibility of the State to intervene on the market to ensure the preservation of agricultural land, 
‘We’re all human’ (but some of us are more human than others)
Raphael Vassallo
If even a self-styled ‘Labour stalwart’ like Desmond Zammit Marmara could bring himself to publicly denounce Labour as “the party representing first and...
Wuthering heights on a nascent sea of green | Andrew Bonello

ReLeaf Malta augurs’ discussions in the House of Representatives are of a...

ReLeaf Malta augurs’ discussions in the House of...

Nothing is certain, except death and… U-turns
Raphael Vassallo

Looks like mega-developers are the only ones who will actually benefit...

Looks like mega-developers are the only ones who will...

Jobs for MPs
Michael Falzon

I have always been against MPs, who are not part of the executive, to be full-time employees

I have always been against MPs, who are not part of the...

The issue is no longer ‘abortion’. It’s ‘leadership’
Raphael Vassallo

Why is the PN leader choosing between two extremes, instead...

Why is the PN leader choosing between two extremes,...

The Xarabank legacy: ‘I’ll shout you down'
Josanne Cassar

This childish display by zoo owner Chris Borg underlined once again how we...

This childish display by zoo owner Chris Borg underlined...

Bernard’s fatal moment, Scicluna’s transgression
Saviour Balzan

In the past, the PN’s openness was a recipe for success, now Bernard...

In the past, the PN’s openness was a recipe for...

A socially conscious energy transition | Josianne Cutajar

The EU and any member state government will not be judged by how it treats its...

The EU and any member state government will not be judged...

Lions, and tigers, and amateurs…
Raphael Vassallo

When the chips are down, you don’t exactly need a ‘PhD in Advanced Debating Skills’ to post a comment on Facebook… it is still not the...

When the chips are down, you don’t exactly need a...

‘Am I appealing?’ Not for me to say, really…
Raphael Vassallo

There is a tendency in this country to use words and expressions without...

There is a tendency in this country to use words and...

Tourism: back to square one
Michael Falzon

Who cares? So long as the shops, the bars and the restaurants are full, everybody is happy!

Who cares? So long as the shops, the bars and the...

A socially conscious energy transition | Josianne Cutajar

We must continue working towards ensuring a steady supply of energy, whilst...

We must continue working towards ensuring a steady supply...

When will MPs start acting honourably?
Josanne Cassar

If Mizzi was feeling humiliated by being called to appear in front of the PAC maybe he should have thought of that before all his dubious wheeling and...

If Mizzi was feeling humiliated by being called to...

It is time to turn declarations on disability rights into concrete action
Alex Agius Saliba

The European Commission should strengthen the role of the Child Guarantee in ensuring inclusion of children with disabilities and the ability to provide...

The European Commission should strengthen the role of the...

Prisons: Alex Dalli must be removed from Corradino | Annalise Ebejer

We can no longer pretend prisoners’ welfare only affects inmates. This is...

We can no longer pretend prisoners’ welfare only...

COP26: Accelerating momentum for climate action
Aaron Farrugia

Achieving compromises and consensus amongst all the 197 parties to the Paris...

Achieving compromises and consensus amongst all the 197...

Strange, how it always takes a scientist, not a fortune-teller, to predict the future…
Raphael Vassallo

Considering that Peter Gatt’s last three geological predictions, on the trot, have already proven so deadly accurate, wouldn’t it be a little...

Considering that Peter Gatt’s last three geological...

Why I hope Glasgow 2021 will not be another climate cop-out | Nikos Chircop

The planet simply cannot afford another Paris, where despite all the trumpets blown in 2015, the parties copped out of actually making the Accords legally...

The planet simply cannot afford another Paris, where...

Democracy and the common good
Michael Falzon

When will this country really break free?

When will this country really break free?