Thursday 21 October 2021

All posts tagged corruption

An icy cold shower in the middle of a heatwave

June 29, 2021 | No comments

This column first appeared in Malta Today As we try to figure out the best way to keep cool during […]

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Do we measure politicians by our own yardstick?

September 29, 2020 | No comments

This column first appeared in Malta Today When the news spread like wildfire on Tuesday morning that the assets of […]

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Holding up a mirror to Maltese society

December 10, 2019 | No comments

This column first appeared in Malta Today A can of worms has been opened as a result of this political […]

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Complacency in a comfortable age

November 19, 2019 | No comments

This column first appeared in Malta Today As I watched the way high tides have submerged the beautiful city of […]

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A lesson in hope

December 30, 2018 | No comments

This article first appeared in Malta Today   It is very easy to look back at this year and think, […]

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The psychology behind mass behaviour

May 8, 2018 | No comments

This article first appeared on Malta Today The sea of red which flocked to the Triton Fountain square on 1 […]

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What will Muscat’s legacy be?

February 27, 2018 | No comments

This article first appeared on Malta Today  I don’t know why people were surprised by Joseph Muscat’s announcement that he […]

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A capital tale

November 14, 2017 | No comments

This article first appeared on Malta Today  As I closed the last page of Wayne Flask’s brilliant novel, Kapitali, I […]

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What kind of Malta do we want to live in?

June 3, 2017 | No comments

This article first appeared in Malta Today  During an election, I always wonder what happens to those families where political […]

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What’s the matter with public opinion?

February 11, 2017 | No comments

Over the last week, as I looked at the footage of the massive public protests in Romania against the government […]

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