Manoel Island an eye-opener to the dangers of privatising public land

Following a month-long struggle to open public access to Manoel Island and efforts to stop commercialisation of the whole area, Moviment Graffitti is still unhappy with plans to commercially develop parts of Manoel Island. However, it views positively the Guardianship Agreement signed with the...

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Public meeting in Pembroke to discuss proposed db Group project on ITS site

Yesterday’s meeting with residents of Prembroke, St. Julians and other areas to discuss the proposed DB Group project on the former ITS site was truly encouraging. Over 200 persons turned up for the meeting, organised by residents with the support of Moviment Graffitti and Kamp Emerġenza...

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Public meeting to discuss proposed project on ITS site

A group of Pembroke residents are organising a Public Meeting to present and discuss the proposed project on the ITS site in Pembroke. An application has been filed for a 37-floor tower and a 17-floor hotel to replace the ITS building. Several other high-rise projects have also been proposed in...

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Last Ditch Effort to Save Wied Għomor

"Some 50 residents were this evening joined by representatives of the Swieqi, San Ġwann and St Julian’s local councils, as well as Din L-Art Ħelwa, Front Ħarsien ODZ and Moviment Graffitti, calling on the tribunal to confirm the decision and reject the development." "Wied Għomor, a...

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Proposed Development in Bulebel

Ilbieraħ membru tal-Moviment Graffitti u attivist fil-Kamp Emerġenza Ambjent għamel żjara ġewwa Bulebel (Alex Caruana), flimkien ma’ numru ta’ persuni minn għaqdiet oħra u bdiewa li jaħdmu r-raba’ t’hemmhekk. Dawn huma wħud mir-ritratt li ħa ta’ dan il-post daqstant sabiħ li se jkun qed jinqered...

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