[WATCH] Moviment Graffitti activist discusses work and the economy on Xarabank

Attivist fil-Moviment Graffitti kien fuq il-panel ta’ Xarabank fejn ġew diskussi x-xogħol, l-ekonomija u d-drittijiet tal-ħaddiema. F’dan il-video tistgħu taraw il-punti prinċipali li tqajmu mill-Moviment Graffitti. --------------------------------------- It-tkabbir ekonomiku, fih innifsu,...

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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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Il-Prezz tal-Ħobż Għadu Validu Illum Il-Ġurnata?

“Għal dawk in-nies li jinsabu f’livell soċjo-ekonomiku baxx, il-proporzjon tad-dħul tiegħek li jmur f’affarijiet relatati mal-ikel se jkun ogħla minn nies oħra b’introjtu ikbar. Kwalunkwe żieda li se jkun hemm fl-ikel sejjer jaffetwa lil dan in-nies negattivament b’mod ikbar, għaliex...

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Direct action to stop tree cutting

The senseless destruction of the environment in the name of development is a growing problem which needs to be addressed. In the wake of the uprooting of hundreds of trees all over Malta, the need to take action is now being felt stronger than ever. We are calling for anyone who is interested in...

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Joint NGO statement on the Government’s decision to close Malta’s ports to NGO rescue ships

We are gravely concerned by the Government’s decision to close Malta’s ports to NGO rescue ships. The consequences of this measure are potentially fatal, as the vessels will no longer be able to continue saving lives in the Mediterranean Sea.   Although supposedly aimed at ensuring...

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Hundreds march in Valletta calling on politicians to prioritise preservation of the environment

"Hundreds of demonstrators gathered in Valletta on Friday, calling on the country’s politicians to prioritise environmental protection. Protestors gathered in front of Parliament holding signs reading ‘Save our soil’, ‘Save trees, reduce pollution’, and ‘Politicians save our environment’, among...

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28/06/2018 Migration

Jissuġġerixxu Visas Għall-Immigranti

Min-naħa tiegħu, Andre Callus għamilha ċara li l-ewwel prijorita fir-rigward tal-immigrazzjoni hija li nifhmu li qed nitkellmu fuq il-ħajjiet tal-persuni u mhux fuq xi merkanzija.   Huwa semma li fil-preżent jidher li l-Italja ma tridx iġġorr ir-responsabbilta li ssalva l-immigranti...

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Letter on ITS project presented by Pembroke residents to MPs

Representatives of Pembroke residents opposing the massive db Group project on the ITS site presented a letter to Members of Parliament (MPs) elected from the 9th and 10th district. The letter was presented to Hon. Evarist Bartolo, Hon. Dr Michael Falzon, Hon. Dr Clifton Grima, Hon. Dr Emmanuel...

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Migration disputes should not be solved by putting people’s lives at risk

Joint Italian and Maltese NGO Statement on incidents relating to people rescued at sea.   Whilst we welcome the recent developments in relation to the disembarkation of rescued people on board the Alexander Maersk cargo and the ongoing coordination between the Governments of Italy,...

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Alternative vision for urban development and transport projects put forward by environmental NGOs

We are a group of environmental NGOs, voluntary organisations and active citizens who wish to voice our concerns in unison and feel the urgent need to put forward an alternative vision to the way urban development and transport projects are being planned and executed. We believe...

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Joint NGO Statement on the Aquarius incident

We commend Spain for accepting the disembarkation of the over 600 rescued migrants aboard the MV Aquarius. Without this intervention, the impasse between Italy and Malta over where to disembark the rescued migrants could have easily led to a humanitarian disaster. Spain’s intervention is an act...

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[WATCH] Approving the mega petrol station in Luqa would be an act of senseless environmental destruction

See video clip . The Planning Board will today decide on an application for a mega fuel station on agricultural ODZ land in Luqa. The Board had already reviewed and voted on this application on the 5th April, when it voted against its approval, with the vote ending in a tie and the...

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Over 4,000 objections to the proposed ITS project

A record number of over 4,000 objections to the proposed project on the ITS site has been submitted to the Planning Authority during the objection period that ends today. Whilst thousands of these objections were submitted online, Pembroke residents have also collected hundreds of hard-copy...

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[WATCH] Reasons for ITS Objection

Why are residents, local councils and NGOs opposing the project proposed by the db Group on the ITS site?   Watch   video clip .  

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