[WATCH] Thank you for your heartwarming energy during yesterday’s protest

We wanted to say thankyou this morning, but then came the news of the courtroom victory in relation to the Pembroke development to add to our list of satisfactions for these two days: further proof that united without partisan political divisions, we can achieve great things. We thank you for...

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Waiting for the fuel station policy review

WWW.POMPITIMER.ORG An online timer counting the days, hours, minutes and seconds from the Environment Minister’s promise on the 25th January 2018 to change the Fuel Service Station Policy.  Ian Borg   José Herrera # wheresthereview

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ASSEDJU PA - We are currently clearing the campsite, convinced that pressure is working

Assedju PA is coming to an end this evening, with activists currently clearing the campsite convinced that the pressure on the authorities to revise the damaging Fuel Service Station Policy is indeed working. These five days of direct action have been a truly encouraging experience for us since...

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Presenting a letter to the Minister of Infrastructure and Transport asking for a review of the Fuel Service Station Policy

Illum waranofsinhar imxejna mill-kamp Assedju PA sal-Ministeru tal-Infrastruttura u t-Trasport, sabiex nagħtu ittra lill-Ministru Ian Borg - il-Ministru responsabbli mill-Awtorita tal-Ippjanar. Onor. Ian Borg Ministeru għat-Trasport, Infrastruttura u Proġetti Kapitali Block B, Triq Francesco...

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[WATCH] Direct Action - The PA is besieging Malta with massive and useless fuel stations

Moviment Graffitti has, early this morning, started a symbolic siege on the Planning Authority’s (PA) premises to denounce the authority’s besieging of our island with massive and useless fuel stations. We are carrying out this direct action to highlight the PA’s failure to change the Fuel...

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At the global climate strike for future

RIGHT NOW: At the Global Climate Strike For Future - marching from the University of Malta to Parliament. Those wanting to join the Moviment Graffitti student branch – Studenti MG – can send a private message on this Page, or an email to info@movimentgraffitti.org

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An informed discussion on the Malta-Gozo tunnel has yet to start

Press Conference 09/03/2019 Whilst fully acknowledging the need to address mobility challenges experienced by Gozitan workers and students, we express our disagreement with declarations that the discussion about the Malta-Gozo tunnel is closed and that we are now at an ‘implementation...

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08/03/2019 Feminism

Coalition Launch - Voice for Choice/L-għażla tagħha

Press Release 8.03.2019 Voice for Choice is the first Maltese pro-choice coalition made up of civil society organisations and individuals who together want to campaign for reproductive rights and justice in Malta. We are grassroot organisations that represent various sectors of our...

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08/03/2019 Feminism

International Women’s Day - 8th March 2019

Today 8th March is International Women’s Day. More than a day to celebrate, for us it represents a day to remember all the past and recent women’s struggle, to express our solidarity with the women all around the world fighting right now for more justice and equality, to be proud of all the...

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08/01/2019 Migration

People are more important

Joint NGO Press Conference 08/01/2019 We are appalled beyond words that, after 18 days of negotiations, 49 men, women and children remain stuck on a boat within sight of the Maltese shore. In spite of countless calls for solidarity, European Member States have not managed to find a...

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Mass Objection to Rabat Valley Promenade

More than 1,100 people have objected to plans to build a new promenade overlooking Ġnien Ħira valley close to the Roman Villa in Rabat. The Transport Ministry proposal includes a belvedere, street furniture and parking spaces along a newly-widened Triq l-Għexierem and Triq it-Tabija, taking up...

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Gheriexem Mass Objection

The siege on trees and agricultural land seems to be continuing unabated - this time in Gheriexem Road. The proposed development would lead to the cutting of trees and the taking up of agricultural land to make way for a promenade and parking space. Send your objections to this senseless...

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Feedback to Fuel Station Policy

We have just submitted this feedback to the PA as part of the public consultation process leading to the review of Fuel Service Station Policy. You can send your feedback to the PA via this email address: FSSP_review@pa.org.mt, by Mon 16th July. ------------------------------------------...

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Pembroke residents meet with President of Malta to outline concerns about ITS project

Pembroke residents outlined their grave concerns about the proposed db Group project on the ITS site during a meeting with the President of the Republic of Malta H.E. Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca.   The residents explained that this massive structure, which will include a 37-storey...

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