Blogs

The Mediterranean needs – and deserves – special status

Now that we have just closed this year’s European Week of Regions and Cities, it’s as good a time as any to look back,...

The Vilification of Daphne

https://www.facebook.com/DavidCasaMEP/videos/920949668291269/When the news of Daphne’s brutal assassination broke, it broke me. I had greedily consumed her work, I had openly discussed the topics she...

Enough with the PR Stunts, they’re sickening

As someone who spent almost five years working in PR, I do understand its importance. PR is vital to any brand, cause or government....

Honey, I shrunk the country

An experience at the European Parliament is always interesting. Living as we do in a country which thinks that its belly button is the...

Censorship Shouldn’t Be Part of a University’s Anything

I was studying in the UK when tuition shot from £3,290 up to £9,250. One day there was a protest outside our university. I...

Social Lites

From food to fashion, through to pop culture and the arts: Newsbook’s society pages are here to keep you updated on what’s new, who’s...

If found guilty, Fr Deo Debono would be the embodiment of what’s wrong with...

Responsibility. It’s not a concept many of us like to be reminded of, but it’s one we must all live with, or one would...

Vlog: Ode to Joy – my parking woes are somewhat alleviated

On the occasion of European Mobility Week, I venture out of my comfort zone and discover the many different ways I can travel in...

Vlog: A nice, relaxing journey on the Sliema Ferry

On the occasion of European Mobility Week, I venture out of my comfort zone and discover the many different ways I can travel in...

Vlog: The one where I try not to fall off a bicycle

On the occasion of European Mobility Week, I venture out of my comfort zone and discover the many different ways I can travel in...