Category Archives: Editorials in newsletters

The 3rd Generation

To most people living in Malta there is no particular concern relating to the third generation and this concept is hardly of any significance. Why is it then that it has loomed so large with people of Maltese descent living … Continue reading

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Unemployment and Tourism in Gozo

The double-deficit that Gozo suffers from being a small island dependent on bigger sister island has long been emphasised. Economic issues have plagued Gozo from time immemorial, and have resulted in an unstable population which has tended to find employment … Continue reading

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Ageing and other problems

We now have a new Executive for the MCCV. While welcoming the new members, we would also like to congratulate all the members of the previous team who worked hard to continue the traditions that have become part of the … Continue reading

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Issues confronting the Maltese Community

What are the major issues confronting the Maltese Community?  One might say that the Maltese in Australia are now well-established, having worked hard over their lifetime, own their own houses, and have earned the right to settle back and enjoy … Continue reading

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An explosion of publications

Writing a book is no mean task. It takes several months, if not years to get the basic information and many more months to write it and give it the final polish. In addition there is the usually onerous task … Continue reading

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Party Politics and a Greater Europe

It is now only a few weeks away from elections for the European Parliament, which is supposed to be a supranational body representing the views of the half-billion electorate which constitute the EU happy family.  And yet, in our Maltese … Continue reading

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