How are “people” okay with this? Let me be very clear, I’m using the term “people” in the loosest possible sense here.
Two buddy coppers have one last thing they have to do before going home on Christmas Eve, inform an elderly couple that their daughter has passed away in an unfortunate accident. As distasteful as the thought may be, the task itself is fairly simple, right? Right. Except simple is far from the predicament that our bumbling heroes find themselves in, in Unifaun Theatre’s ‘The Lying Kind’.
The 2nd National Conference on the Wellbeing of Children focused on children’s access to justice. Four breakout sessions were formulated, with the aim of creating recommendations which the President’s Foundation for the Wellbeing of Society (PFWS) will publish. The recommendations will be passed over during the 2nd day of the conference.
The 2nd National Conference on Child Wellbeing, organised by The President’s Foundation for the Wellbeing of Society, held it’s opening addresses and keynote speeches at the Grandmaster’s Palace in Valletta on Friday the 21st of October. The conference kicked off the first of its two day intensive discussions, with a focus on children’s access to social and criminal justice, and prevention of abuse and violence.
Third Year Psychology student Gabriella Cauchi has been elected as the new Public Relations Officer of the psychology student’s organisation Betapsi.
The last time we caught up with our friends on the DARE Team, they were just hot off their meet and greet at Nordic Bar and their wonderfully scrumptious bake sale, but now with the launch day for Dare Magazine right on our doorstep, we thought we’d snoop into just what Dare is all about.
I think it’s about time we’ve had a little discussion about paying your artists, here in our great country of charity and Catholicism. Recently, and by recently I mean since the dawn of time, the Maltese people have developed the slap and go attitude that if someone is selling a non traditional product or service then I don’t have to pay for it, which basically translates to nobody thinks that they should pay for art.