In praise of Gozo Channel
Criticising the ferry seems to be a national hobby, but it's not grounded in fact
Wave goodbye to dinosaurs
The Northern Ireland Women’s Coalition included women from all sides and classes
Here's the bad news
We need to take a good look at the cost to society without a functioning press
Politician resigns on point of principle... how rare
Cassola has done what no other politician has done
The curious but sad case of the Maltese ‘buts’
The cumulative impact is to convince ourselves that all is well
Beware satanic bananas
MP warned followers to beware satanic bananas that may be infected with HIV
Meat consumption and our future: the ‘no-brainer’
Avoiding or reducing meat and dairy products is the most significant way to reduce our environmental impact on the...
A thinking woman is a scary woman
Free-thinking men suffer criticism too, though not as harsh
Victim on trial
They ask why women don't speak up. The answer is staring them right in the face
Where are the pro-lifers in the migrants' plight?
A country of 'hypocrites', happy to wave any flag so long as it fits their agenda
An arguably prude but indisputably candid agenda
Why do we have to face vulgar or inadequate expressions?
Who are we supposed to look up to?
Claims of domestic abuse are not enough to seal the fate of a private individual, but they are enough to seal a...
All are equal under the law, but some are more equal than others
Does the Delia case mean it is possible to have decrees issued within 12 hours?
A 2019 wish list
Malta's four deep-seated crises
Against the tide, I pledge more action in 2019
It is not just the same 'old tiring crowd' drowning out the discourse
Gozo: open to the world
‘A diverse society is a sustainable society’
Not fully human
Great strides in some areas, but Malta's human rights record remains blotted
Human Rights – a literacy ‘must
Why the Universal Declaration of Human Rights matters
‘Jaqaw liswed li qeda mijew...
It is not enough to remain silent or leave the room when witnessing racism
Who elected NGOs?
Who needs NGOs or civil society organisations? And, in whose name do they speak? When government does its...