Yesterday, students have shared their frustration at the proposed increase in parking prices at Campus Hub at University. This comes after many other indications that Campus Hub is not interested in the welfare of students with exorbitant prices for accommodation and numerous commercial venues. These practices profit off international students who want to secure accommodations […]Read More Campus Hub should not have been Entrusted to the Private Sector | XR
The new parking rates at Campus Hub are now unaffordable for university students.Read More Students in uproar at new Campus Hub parking rates
“Many are still baffled at how a two-storey building, with reception areas and a swimming pool, was approved by the Planning Authority on the pretext of being a sheep farm.”Read More Demolish sham sheep farm and prosecute responsible officials
The provision of this fast ferry service via two private companies that need to turn a profit, instead of a public service run for the common good, was a grave mistake from the outset that made its flop inevitable.Read More Place Gozo fast ferry under public ownership
Should a patient be let to decide their own medical treatment after they’re incapacitated?Read More Living Will – A Patient’s Right to Self-Determination
We are a number of civil society organisations representing parents, carers, workers and those working for gender equality and the rights of LGBTQI+ people. We are holding this press conference outside Parliament to demand that the Work-Life Balance law be revisited with the aim of improving it. The law – which came into effect in […]Read More Improve the Work-Life Balance Law Now
During the month of October, many organisations and companies change their logo to add a pink background or a pink ribbon, and landmarks worldwide are illuminated with pink. But why?Read More The Pink Month
Malta’s transport crisis stems from a reluctance to question the dominant car industry.Read More What do we overlook when an efficient transport system is all we want?
We Maltese pride ourselves on our feasts, saints, and churches – but none of us truly care about religion.
Not even our priests.Read More Malta: Where God comes to die
If you haven’t yet seen a few scooters stacked up in the middle of a pavement or in front of doorways, then you’ve definitely seen them clogging up your social media feed, with everyone showing off the worst places they’ve found them parked. There are even reports of elderly residents locking themselves up in their […]Read More What can we do about Scooters?