The Malta Independent 3 February 2023, Friday
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After the furore

Thursday, 2 February 2023, 08:00 Last update: about 1 day ago Alfred Sant MEP

Polemics about the courts and delays in how judicial and police systems operate bubbled up again. It made waves in social and traditional media. So what? Will anythng change even if the Prime...

The new green logic

Thursday, 2 February 2023, 07:50 Last update: about 22 hours ago Michael Briguglio

In these past days, the Government announced the availability of hundreds of millions of Euros for green development and urban regeneration. At the same time, it was announced that Malta will be...

Trauma in children, the mother of all evil

Thursday, 2 February 2023, 07:30 Last update: about 22 hours ago Andrew Azzopardi

We have been throwing solutions left, right and centre as we witness one tragedy after another in this country. The blaming game is at its best. As always happens when there is a spike in criminality...

When government gets no credit

Monday, 30 January 2023, 08:00 Last update: about 4 days ago Alfred Sant MEP

Though some people are sceptical about this (or make believe they are), the truth is that a government with a left wing orientation remains tagged with the label of being descended from some lesser...

Government’s attack on the judiciary’s impartiality

Sunday, 29 January 2023, 09:34 Last update: about 5 days ago Kevin Aquilina

Through Bill No. 39 of 13 January 2023 entitled the Criminal Code (Amendment No. 2) Act, 2023, government is launching its New Year’s parliamentary legislative schedule with a frontal attack on...

Flooding the town Red

Sunday, 29 January 2023, 09:15 Last update: about 5 days ago Mary Muscat

The effects of the infrastructural changes taking place in Mosta are bewildering, to say the least. From what I can deduce on paper, the flooding prevention mechanism will only exacerbate the problem....

Safeguarding land and livelihoods

Sunday, 29 January 2023, 09:13 Last update: about 5 days ago Alicia Bugeja Said

The efficient and effective use of our arable land is an issue that originates from decisions and policies past; yet, to have a safeguarded future, it requires tangible action in the present. The...

Open spaces and the 15-minute city

Sunday, 29 January 2023, 09:10 Last update: about 5 days ago Carmel Cacopardo

Having a substantially increased area of open spaces and ensuring that these spaces are accessible for all is good policy. The fact that currently we lack accessible open spaces is a failure of land...

The cult of the strongman

Sunday, 29 January 2023, 09:09 Last update: about 5 days ago Kevin Cassar

Robert Abela is adopting the habits of dictators. His tolerance for rampant ministerial abuse, his intolerance for journalists, his degrading treatment of irregular migrants and his determined assault...

Preserving our national heritage

Friday, 19 August 2022, 15:17 Last update: about 7 months ago Owen Bonnici

Restoration of our national patrimony is our duty.  We are rich in cultural heritage and this fact imposes on us a greater obligation to be efficient and productive in our approach. We do...

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