National health service should not be guided by profit
The Vitals saga poses serious consequences on our healthcare
Brave New Malta: what happens if population rises to 600,000?
The president of the Malta Employers Association (MEA) has
A tale of two murders 
Two investigative journalists are murdered in two European countries.
How begging bowl politics threatens journalism
Last week, Times of Malta journalists phoned MP Rosianne
Ditched MPs’ pension reform: a lost opportunity 
This week government withdrew outrageous amendments on MPs’ pensions
Slovakia tries to tackle its demons while Malta stalls
Journalists across Europe are questioning relations between shady business
Burn out: Incineration was a problem then as it is now
Former Resources Minister George Pullicino is gloating on social
The Paceville monster needs to be confronted
The news that a 24-year-old man died early on
The rise of the far-right in Europe
In my life I’ve seen Europe go through massive
The world outside
There is a world outside Malta, though perhaps you
Who’s thinking of her?
Nathalie Williams – the woman who was found trapped
Why I won’t be taking my ‘awesomeness’ to the women’s march
I woke up to my Facebook timeline today calling
A pension for the gods and a pension for the animals
Economy Minister Chris Cardona this week presented amendments to
No serenity without transparency
Lyman Frank Baum’s Wicked Witch of the West melts
The inevitable demise of mainstream parties
Sunday, 4 March, may well go down in history
To defend Malta, defend the memorial
In the dead of night, Daphne Caruana Galizia’s memorial
Bigger, bolder, stronger
It is going to take so much more than
What our architecture says about us
“If you want to understand what’s most important to
The Prime Minister’s accountability
Following the murder of Jan Kuciak and his girlfriend,
The Malta Gambling Rush will not last forever
The iGaming industry, or more precisely the online gambling
Reclaiming our democracy
A few days after former Labour MP Luciano Busuttil
Profit and values in Malta
Gozitan MP David Stellini has obstinately put himself in
Lessons in upholding democracy
Labour MP and OPM blogger / propagandist Glenn Bedingfield
Jobs for the boys keeps Labour afloat but at what cost?
Some 223 police officers are aged between 55 and
Back to the future
Some 16 years ago I was invited to participate
Time for a rent brake
Rent control is a very bad idea. That was
Three Billboards Outside Castille, Valletta
Three Billboards Outside Ebbing, Missouri. A captivating film, that breaks out
A serene, democratic government?
After assuming office in the shadow of the Brexit
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Adds reply from Department of Information Tourism minister Konrad
Daphne Caruana Galizia assassination: ‘Time to shut up’
Labour MP Rosianne Cutajar took to Twitter on Friday