Eddie Fenech Adami’s son-in-law cancels Nationalist Party membership/writes stiff letter to Jean Pierre Debono and makes it public

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Kevin Cassar, a surgeon and associate professor in the Faculty of Medicine and Surgery at More


A little brain is a dangerous thing

Shhhhh, and you might hear the wheels grinding as they turn I’ve just been reading that …

Companions, know thy place

The evil stepmother features in so many fairytales and folk-tales because the psychology is rooted …

Beige, taupe and navy blue for Malta's Gay Pride parade

Today’s Gay Pride demo in Valletta must have been the drabbest in the world. For a …

HEATWAVE POWSTER MAHRUG MIL-KUMITAT TAL-HEATWAVE

Oh for crying out loud….. The silly season gets siller: this is an actual letter circulated …

Democracy is NOT totting up opinions

“(Socrates) offered us a way out of two powerful delusions: that we should always or …

The Pierre Bartolo case: the police commissioner has to explain himself

Anglu Farrugia is now attacking the magistrate for not handing down the judgement he wanted …

Arawh, kemm hu buli l-boj! Anglu hunts down the nefarious vote-buyers

A nice man sent me those photographs I wanted: Anglu Farrugia making a scene for …

Comment of the week

Posted by Hypatia Yes, Maltese politicians either think we live in cuckoo-land or they want us …

Yes, we have no bananas

The Times, today 35 overseas divorce decrees recognised last year The Maltese public registry last year recognised …

Inspector Gadget screws up royally – again

And for my next project, I’ll put on my inspector’s hat and prove that Daphne …

Let's stop deluding ourselves about Malta's tezori

What was that the prime minister said to reporters outside parliament the other day, when …

Six years after Chile, we're still chewing the cud

BBC News – 18 November 2004 Chile introduces right to divorce Chile has become one of …

In reply to our politicians' cant

1. It is parliament which enacts laws, and not political parties or the government. Parliament …

When a referendum is undemocratic

A poster from Ireland’s 1986 referendum to remove the constitutional ban on divorce I am tired …

Passing the buck back to the electorate

“I feel that the privilege of deciding on something important and vital to our society …


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