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.

We’re heading for a normal summer with abnormal staffing problems
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As the tourism sector looks forward to recouping some of its losses from the...
May the (Police) Force be with you
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Weeding out the bad ones is crucial if the public is ever going to feel that...
Political parties which cannot live within their means
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Here are Malta’s two major political parties, the recipients of so many...
No country for old people
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Since banks have cut down on their staff and imposed more and more restrictions...
Malta’s cultural and spiritual need for religious pageantry
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Despite all the fears that a more culturally diverse demographic will eat away...
This skewed electoral system just has to change
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Our already flawed electoral system is ripe for abuse by those who are pulling...
60,000 different reasons for not voting
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The worst thing any political party can do after a defeat is to turn its...
A bland campaign which only served to piss people off
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The two big parties were competing to see who can be the biggest spender as if...
That is what happens when you take voters for granted
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While they may be a minority, there are many decent people out there whose main...
Why do political debates have to be turned into mass meetings?
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Anyone who is directly affiliated with a political party should not be allowed...
Tone deaf, out of touch and always a step too late
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Bernard Grech and Robert Abela are desperately trying to whip up voter...
Hallelujah it’s raining cash
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Voters are doing their sums to see who is “giving” them the most,...
How the State took over the Malta marathon
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Using a charity, and the name of a much-loved doctor who died in a tragic...
In matters of the heart, women cannot always claim to be the victims
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It is so easy to fake a life, just ask Shimon Hayut (a.k.a Simon Leviev), born...
Feeling down and out? Here’s a cheque for you
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Robert Abela stood up on that podium and without blinking an eye started...
That’s not very sporting of you, Minister Fearne
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Josanne Cassar | The fact that throughout these two years, sports has not...
Up, up and away: the Air Malta saga
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If it feels like we have been hearing about the demise of Air Malta for years,...
Human rights, public health and the consequences of the ongoing vaccine debate
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The world has endured countless rapid tests and PCR tests, and we’ve...
Learning self-defence is a good idea: eradicating misogyny would be even better
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The facts and statistics when it comes to women being murdered by men are...
The world is being divided into those who ‘get it’ and those who don’t
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To someone who is a “nobody” like Kate, the idea that someone of...