Is the worker free to choose whether to work on a holiday or not? Is it truly a free choice? And if a worker feels the need to work on a holiday to earn double instead of taking a day off, what does this suggest about the cost of living?
Iddur fejn iddur mal-kelma festival, jew ma’ kwalunkwe tip ta’ festival, dejjem hemm ċelebrazzjoni ta’ ħajja. Il-letteratura tirrappreżenta l-ħajja permezz tal-kliem, għalhekk hija maħluqa għal ġo festival.
Good bye, Paul. You remain in the thoughts, memories and deeds of all of those whom you challenged and inspired.
Strangers’ prying eyes frighten me now. After the horrendous murder of Lassana Cisse, I became, for the first time, worried about my husband’s safety. I fear for his life.
I have a baby and spending so much time on Facebook or checking the phone screen makes me feel like a terrible parent. My daughter is intrigued by the screen too.
Despite having spent a decade in Malta, I still am a guest here—a non-EU resident who cannot afford to purchase Maltese citizenship. I cannot vote either in local council or European Parliament elections. Simply put, I am unrepresented.
We must not give up on those who seem to be on the other side of the fence—after all, I too rallied behind Lowell in the past and I changed since then. And so can others.