When football comes home
Appetising and less-appetising aftermaths for prospective winners
Call it national egoism
Time for a reality check before fascism takes over
Manichaeism, trees, and frozen embryos
If you have strong feelings about either, look away
Confessional and parochial responses to risk management
Economic risk management that is more socially informed and inclusionary needed
The 'influss' hypocrisy
The sheer double standards on migration are becoming nauseating
No to a watery grave
At the time of writing the crisis around the migrant rescue ship Aquarius is still ongoing. It is a sign that the...
John Suda wins another big award
A few days ago, journalist blogger Manuel Delia listed his most read blog posts. Some were quite...
Prime Minister, we need to chat
Joseph Muscat has a duty to answer the media's questions
Time to discuss mismatch between school choice and parental motivations
Free votes and unanimity
The contrast between Malta's two major parties is strikingly clear
Because football matters
Let us now indulge endlessly in our national pastime: total amnesia of anything and everything except inanity
The Montebello debacle
Sunday started with a concentrated barrage against the Archbishop. It-Torċa fired the first volley,...
The Weakened Embryo Production Act
One hundred professors and lecturers from 14 faculties of the University of Malta are the latest in a long list...
IVF: Will Joseph Muscat ignore the President as well?
Now we have three Labour stalwarts telling the government to slam the brakes.
Oh my Malta, indeed
Attack the argument, not the person
Jason and the Whatnots
You have to hand it to him, Jason Micallef sure knows how to stir up publicity for himself and V18. And surely...
Daphne's laptop: Why the fuss?
A journalist’s sources are protected at law, and there is good reason for that
The music did not die
A day after the assassination of Daphne Caruana Galizia six months ago, Times of Malta titled its editorial...
Lest we forget and we be damned
'A woman was brutally murdered and nothing has changed'
6 things I learnt from the cartoon saga
'Freedom of expression' in Malta is nothing more than double standards