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Josanne Cassar's field is communications – and over the last 30 years she has worked in every single medium, from radio and television as a producer/scriptwriter and presenter to the equally interesting world of journalism and publishing. Until 2011 she was the deputy/features editor of The Malta Independent and the editor of I DO weddings magazine.
The EU: Not an à la carte menu
Blogs 16-01

"Even the concept of being a full member of the EU is alien to some. People talk about “the EU” as a separate entity, when in fact, we ARE the EU"

If you’re gonna do it, do it right
Blogs 12-01

Until a Minister for Getting Things Done is appointed, it is we who have to push and make our voices heard every chance we get

People are finally worried about breathalyser tests
Blogs 09-01

For the first time, people were genuinely worried about their drinking over New Year’s Eve out of fear they would be stopped. Cabs and taxis could not keep up with the demand for bookings

The inevitable New Year’s Eve regrets
Blogs 05-01

We are so flooded with events and parties and special occasions (basically all year round it seems), that it is becoming more and more difficult to really enjoy ourselves

It’s getting harder to know what’s real or fake
Blogs 02-01

We have come to a point where even things happening in real time have become suspect to our cynical eyes

What I loved about Carrie Fisher
Blogs 29-12

‘Princess Leia’ had an ironic twinkle in her eye –the hallmark of those who know that all the fuss made about ‘stars’ was exaggerated hype and really had nothing to do with real life.

Don’t sweat the small stuff
Blogs 26-12

In the grand scheme of things, life really is too short to live in a perpetual state of rage and anger

’Tis the season to go shopping
Blogs 22-12

Four ways by which retail business can face off some tough competition

The best thing about the President’s speech
Blogs 19-12

The President’s speech was a much-needed wake up call. Let’s just hope our politicians are not going to hit the snooze button

Shouldn’t you want to work at a place which matches your ethos?
Blogs 15-12

To me it’s just simple logic that the teaching staff at Church schools are on board with the Catholic ethos even when they are not at work

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