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.

The never-ending saga of the big fish and the small fry
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The nation keeps being shell-shocked by these horrific deaths, but worse still...
Singing people’s praises after they’ve gone
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Parnis was a ‘true Socialist’, Arrigo was a ‘true...
You don’t have to be a rocket scientist to follow a collection schedule
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We need to get a grip on the rubbish problem – it has to be our...
The recurring human dilemma: 'Should I stay or should I go?'
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There is nothing worse than living in a perpetual state of anger and rage, only...
In an unjust society, poverty and privilege live side by side
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Have you had some maintenance or renovation done in your home lately or have...
The subject of my outrage is greater than yours
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The truth is that throughout the years I have learned to refrain from voicing...
When it comes to amendments to abortion law, clarity is paramount
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iI is essential for it to be acceptable to the medical...
Too little, too late… and too many unanswered questions
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While murderers are continuing with their lives and running loose,...
One million reasons not to recycle, a million reasons to complain
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The truth is that we can find a million reasons not to recycle, reuse and...
We cannot just keep tallying up the number of fatalities
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An official statement which addresses these daily accidents with some kind of...
The reason for all this traffic? It’s not my car, it’s yours
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It may not be what everyone wants to hear, but sometimes you have to sacrifice...
How did we manage to live our lives before social media?
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Social media has been a wonderful tool in so many ways, but in the wrong hands...
Lack of parental discipline has led to the ‘no children allowed’ rule
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The need for discipline has been watered down and diluted to such an extent,...
Our mental health problems require more than just helplines
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No matter how many shopping malls, fancy eateries or designer apartments this...
Money for nothing? It’s a rich man’s world
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Unlike so many countries where university students voice their concerns...
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,...