Articles by: Herman Grech
Here's the bad news
We need to take a good look at the cost to society without a functioning press
When fiction causes friction
No barbed wire or wall will stop people from fleeing
Why don’t you drag out the bullies instead?
All of us should be marching to the beat of the activists' drums
‘Jaqaw liswed li qeda mijew...
It is not enough to remain silent or leave the room when witnessing racism
The online hate mob
Regardless of who is to blame, nobody has the right to play judge and jury
Call it national egoism
Time for a reality check before fascism takes over
The 'influss' hypocrisy
The sheer double standards on migration are becoming nauseating
Prime Minister, we need to chat
Joseph Muscat has a duty to answer the media's questions
To the cowards who cleared Daphne’s memorial...
You can't sweep away democracy at the dead of night
Pot calling the kettle black
When governments turn nepotism into an art form
Poor man, he works long hours
The ministry is almost condoning domestic violence
10 things we have to tackle in 2018
Politics is a game we need to engage with before it swallows us up
Leave our rubbish alone!
Our claim to be patriotic is pure rubbish, says Herman Grech
We refuse to be part of the freak show
A moment of madness should not be turned into a media spectacle
“Kulħadd irid jiekol”
How law enforcement fizzled out in a cloud of dust
10 (depressing) things learnt from election 2017
'We remain enslaved by partisan politics and the pervasive culture of fear'
Why we’ve ditched comments to some online stories
Last week, we uploaded a story about a horrific traffic accident in Sliema, which...
Nothing could have stopped the iconic Azure Window
If you believe media should be free to scrutinise the use and abuse of power, do not let anyone undermine it
Jungle all the way
When the news emerged on January 10 that rock legend David Bowie had died, I was among the army of fans who went...
It’s the end of the world as we know it (and I feel fine)
The classic REM song was uploaded by an incredulous friend on Facebook on Wednesday morning as the world was...
Pool’s out for burkini
The story in last Saturday’s Times of Malta of a Maltese Muslim woman who was ordered out of the Marsa...
Have I got news for you?
When I watched John Oliver's 19-minute rant on the doom and gloom facing the...
No right to remain silent
Discussing petty politics over a beer last week, a friend of mine confessed: “I no longer dare criticise...
Naqilgħu tkaxkira, they say
The warning was clear: “After the next election, it would be the turn of others, like The Times and...