21 Aug The southernmost south
Posted at 11:25h in Blog 11 Comments
The decision announced recently has been widely received as being a wise decision, constituting a good balance and a good compromise. It is indeed good news for the south of Malta.
Now it is surely time to focus more on the environmental and infrastructural deficit of the ‘southernmost south’ – a term I coined as a member of Parliament with reference to B’Bugia and M’Xlokk whilst doing my utmost to raise the concerns of the area on the Parliamentary and national agenda. And I will continue to do so.
The B’Bugia waterpolo pitch, for which I relentlessly campaigned as a member of Parliament, is one step in the right direction, but more needs to be done.
SufiPosted at 21:33h, 07 September
Missu jisthi Hairman jirkeb fuq it-tbatijja ta dawn in-nies biex jirbah appogg politiku u voti.
Stunt ghal-pubblicita u xejn iktar.
Nahseb ma jafx li l-kunsilli lokali m’ghandhomx jedd u sahha legali biex jindahhlu f’dawn l’affarijiet!
Pull the other one Hairmann forsi fl-ahhar nemmnuk.
GrazziPosted at 10:12h, 01 September
Flahhar il pitch tal water polo sar realta grazzi ghalik dr Franco Debono i grazzi ghal dan il gvern li jisma. Flahhar nistghu nghidu li l problemi tas south qed jigu ndirizzati. Grazzi Franco
BirzebbugaPosted at 12:55h, 28 August
Dr Schiavone said he had been assured that the substance did not come from the fish farm inside Marsaxlokk Bay.
Ehh OK mela nista nserrah rasi
Where's the catch?Posted at 12:00h, 26 August
New law would allow development applications on someone else’s land
Tell us this isn’t true.
Mintof JanaPosted at 10:00h, 25 August
Ahjar memorial mili statwa ax daqt insiru isna presepju bdawn listatwi kolla.Gvern li jisma sema li nies me tridx hamim jingema emm
FFFPosted at 19:05h, 23 August
Rude driversPosted at 15:23h, 22 August
Bus drivers are regularly heard swearing and grumbling in the presence of passengers.
If there was customer care with Arriva drivers, customer care with Auto Buses the Leon drivers has flown out of the window.
blue titanium soldierPosted at 23:48h, 21 August
Is the blog back again Dottore?
JefferyPosted at 23:41h, 21 August
I like this part best:
It it short-sighted in believing that a private university in Cospicua can pull people out of poverty and galvanise social mobility in a socially deprived area. Do profit-driven projects really carry any social responsibility on their sloping and slippery shoulders? Past projects like yacht marinas, the Birgu waterfront and Smart City, did not have the desired knock-on effect everyone claimed they would have; Cottonera retains a number of odious records, including the lowest rate of tertiary level of education and the highest rate of illiteracy.
So, how do the people of Cottonera and M’Scala hope to profit from this project?
The way I see it, there would be a price hike in essentials and low earners would have to carry the burden rather then enjoy the goods.
Sadeen will enjoy the goods.
Give us a tangible investment for the south and embelish the environment too while you’re at it.
AssiPosted at 14:10h, 21 August
Finance minister says government exploring means of helping people who are ‘cash poor but asset rich’.
Dan ghalijja qed jghid.
ABZPosted at 13:36h, 21 August
Can’t say that our Priminister isn’t a player. He starts with an extravagantly large ODZ area which I doubt he ever intended to use, and “negotiated” a smaller area with the “gvern li jisma'” slogan.
We are being played time and time again. I wonder what comes next!