Wednesday 17 April 2024

Sunday Opinion

Saying “we’re sorry for the inconvenience”, just won’t cut it

April 15, 2024 | No comments

Has everyone fully recovered yet from Wednesday’s nightmare traffic?

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Sounding the death knell for small businesses

April 9, 2024 | No comments

For some mysterious reason, everyone and their brother seems to think that the best business venture at the moment is to open a supermarket.

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Attempting to measure happiness

April 2, 2024 | No comments

The World Happiness Report has just concluded that young Maltese people under 30 are the “unhappiest in Europe”.

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Homelessness used to be unheard of …until now

March 26, 2024 | No comments

It is a twisted kind of irony that a country which has been over-run by the senseless, out of control construction of a multitude of apartments, where even a tiny patch of land is somehow converted into a pencil-thin airless block of flats, should now be facing a homeless crisis.

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When you bring the wrong person into your life, it’s the children who always suffer

March 18, 2024 | No comments

Last weekend, a man repeatedly stabbed his two step daughters aged 12 and 15, with the younger child ending up in intensive care.

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Is there such a thing as “crossing the line”?

March 12, 2024 | No comments

In the US there is a radio presenter Howard Stern who became famous in the 80s for being outrageous, vulgar and sexist towards women when they came on his show.

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So many want the perks of a top job…but not the accountability

March 5, 2024 | No comments

“Jean Paul Sofia died in an essentially unregulated construction site and the state must bear responsibility for that.”

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Let’s “do something”….by picking on long-time residents

February 27, 2024 | No comments

Every time it receives signals about the electorate’s main concerns, the Labour Government decides to set certain wheels in motion as a sort of gesture, especially to its supporters, to indicate that it is “listening”.

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We’re paying too high a price to overcome obesity

February 19, 2024 | No comments

When you have a new health Minister who announces that he wishes to increase the number of gastric bypass and sleeve gastrectomy surgeries that take place in government hospitals, “in order to tackle obesity”, you have to wonder whether he himself is on some form of meds.

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We are surrounded by narcissistic politicians

February 5, 2024 | No comments

“… All of his tendencies are basically where narcissism takes him, which is whatever makes him popular, makes him feel good at any given moment.”

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