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Author: Leanne Hallett

Christmas at Esplora

You are still hesitant on where to spend fun days together with your kids during their Christmas holidays? Why not pay a visit to Esplora; the only Interactive Science Centre in Malta with unique experiences for people of all ages. Last year, just two months after its opening, Esplora took the initiative to organize some original Christmas-themed activities. This year, Esplora with its skilled team of individuals, have worked hard again to come up with shows and workshops to entertain everyone during this Christmas season. The Christmas programme at Esplora will start as from 26th December running for 2...

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Beating Traffic in Malta

How many times do you find yourself stuck in traffic on your way to work? Or stuck in traffic on your way back home, when all you are thinking about is a hot shower and some hot food? And then when it is pouring heavily, isn’t it a nightmare? Traffic on rainy days seems to duplicate, as things get slower and everything seems to come to a halt. I think the above is the story of each one of us every single day, trying to keep calm hoping to arrive in time for work, appointments, classes, meetings, University etc....

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Spotlight on Local Singer Kelly Busuttil

The local Music scene keeps on growing as more opportunities are provided to novice singers and musicians as we go along. Several song contests take place all year round, with the most prominent one being the Malta Eurovision song contest, as well as, the Junior Eurovision Song Contest. We are indeed proud of the local talent; but despite of the number of singers and bands we hear constantly on TV, there are other hidden talents making their way out and slowly blooming. The article you are about to read is about local singer Kelly Busuttil, who apart from having...

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Malta Book Festival 2017

The Malta Book Festival 2017 took place in the second week of November (8th – 12th November) at the Mediterranean Conference Centre (MCC) in Valletta, and was open all day long over the five days including the weekend. This event happens annually and is well-anticipated by local bookworms. Originally, this used to take place at the Trade Fair Grounds in Naxxar, and was called the Book Fair. Eventually, the aim of this Book Fair has been modified to expand the value given to books, appreciating the book in its integrity and involving readers on a deeper level; and is...

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Maltese Teachers struggling for a Higher Salary

Currently, the teaching profession is enduring crisis since less students seem to be interested in becoming educators, minimizing the opportunity for new ideas, resources, energy and prospects. This is a worrying issue for the Maltese government, locals and teachers alike, as the future of Maltese education doesn’t look too promising. There is the fear that if nothing is done, there will come a time where qualified teachers are needed, and whoosh, they are all gone; we wouldn’t be able to find any in the futuristic society. As of last year, the B.Ed and PGCE course at the University of...

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