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.

Who’s really running this country anyway?
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No one seems willing to take the bull by the horns and really take charge of...
The social phenomenon of ‘the Queue’
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What I found interesting about the Queue was that it had obviously become...
You don’t have to be a Royalist to be touched by the Queen’s death
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Maybe it’s a generational thing, but I find that there are far too many...
What’s God got to do with it?
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Integrity should be shown through actions rather than words, as that will be...
When a man goes missing: the tragic case of Carmelo Fino
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There have been a number of occasions when dementia patients have wandered off,...
After a two-year absence, festas are back with a vengeance
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While it is nice to see the centuries’ old traditions being upheld, it is...
A warped sense of sympathy: why do we feel sorry for the culprit?
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When a 23-year-old driver was charged with killing Antoine Degabriele in a...
Fancy a takeaway – from someone earning slave wages?
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As long as they remain underpaid, every time you use that food app, you are...
Was this about insubordination... or a clash over liberal policies?
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Someone with such a liberal ideology as Mario Mallia working within the...
Escalating violence and Malta’s changing demographic: perception or fact?
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Rather than a laidback, slow-paced island, the country has turned into a...
Let’s stop giving ‘bad boys’ a free pass
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While it might sound like young athletes are being treated like precious...
Never tell someone from Valletta how they feel about their own city
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Sometimes MPs are so focused on demonstrating absolute party loyalty that they...
As prices keep going up, will our lifestyles eventually come crashing down?
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With salaries remaining the same there is only so much you can stretch your pay...
You need to treat people like you expect them to treat you
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How can you be making the sign of the cross one minute and spitefully turning...
Keep moving, nothing to see here... just another week of bizarre headlines
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A suspected homicide following an argument in St...
Let’s get loud. Or better still, let’s quiet down
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The news that Valletta establishments are now going to be allowed to play loud...
This country is flipping out, and we haven’t even had our first heatwave yet
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Put yourselves in the shoes of someone new to the country, who can easily...
This trial by media has not helped domestic violence victims one bit
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The temptation to mock anyone on social media who says they have been abused...
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...