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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.
Smells like an election
Blogs 08:02

We shouldn’t have to wait around, with begging bowl in hand, until the government of the day starts distributing pay rises

Don’t give us any leeway, because we just can’t handle it
Blogs 20-04

It is not a very wise idea to give this nation any sort of absolution, or amnesty or waiver, when it comes to breaking any law, because from an inch we will take the proverbial mile... we live to break the law

Traffic, the seemingly insurmountable problem
Blogs 17-04

We can either spend the next 20 years complaining about the traffic while doing nothing about it, or else we have to learn to lump it and start planning our journeys three hours in advance

Are you a pessimist or an optimist?
Blogs 13-04

We are surrounded by a world where everything seems to be crumbling, and bad things happen every day, but it might be better for our own well-being in the long term to focus on that which is uplifting rather than what brings us down

Would you say that to my face?
Blogs 10-04

People always forget that writing stuff on Facebook is like publishing it in your own little newspaper. I would say that it’s worse because it spreads much faster and the probability of people seeing it is multiplied

A police force stretched to its limits
Blogs 06-04

The way things are going, with so much of our moral fabric being torn apart, the future of the country depends on establishing more law and order and discipline

The demographic of vulnerable divorcees
Blogs 03-04

The question is: should a woman be compensated for having stayed at home to look after the children, making it possible for the husband to be successful (especially if he’s a businessman)?

It’s a scary time to be raising teenage girls
Blogs 30-03

I feel for parents today because it is a scary time to be raising teenage girls. What used to be considered adult content has now seeped in everywhere and being considered “sexy” and “hot” seem to have become ultimate life goals in themselves

The curious case of Manila Bottone
Blogs 27-03

While the curious case of Manila Bottone is probably not that curious after all and will certainly not be the last of its kind, it still makes me wonder how many of those who militate so fervently in political parties really believe in their cause

Why teaching Islam in state schools is a bad idea
Blogs 23-03

The last thing we need is another religious faith to become part of the school curriculum: State schools should be secular

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