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Doing it Blindly

submitted by Gozo College Girls Secondary School : Maria Attard  for 11-14
dissemination(s): notice board, other, School Assembly, school magazine, website
filed under Photos

Certain areas in different localities have always been prone to littering. Local councils have for long been trying hard to tackle this problem in various ways including setting up signs, promising fines, the revoking of the driving licence, and similar to discourage the improper disposal of waste. This however does not seem to be effective enough. One must not forget that what goes around comes around at the end of the day.



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Madame Liberty

submitted by Bishop's Conservatory Girls secondary School : Maria Mompalao  for 15-18
dissemination(s): noticeboard, other, school media
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In this day and age why are human rights so difficult to have access to. All over the world people are enduring lots of hardships and misery because of injustice.

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We All Fall Down

submitted by Gozo College Secondary Shcool Victoria : Chantelle Stellini  for 11-14
dissemination(s): other, School Assembly, school noticeboard, school magazine, website
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New technologies, modern gadgets and high standards of living indicate how advanced and developed the population is. However, the urge to spoil the countryside with bulk littering shows clearly the contrary. The tendency is to fall back to the same old primitive habit of being careless and irresponsible citizens.



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Bitter-sweet Peas

submitted by Maria Regina College Girls' Secondary School : Francesca Maria Sant  for 15-18
dissemination(s): Noticeboard at Mosta Local Council, other, school media, website
filed under Photos

Commercial pea seeds covered in chemicals which gives it its bright red colour in contrast to the pale-coloured organic seeds. Even though the red colour may be more attractive, it does not mean that it is healthier.



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What Goes Around Comes Around: Farming and Nitrates in the Water Table

submitted by Maria Regina College Girls' Secondary School : Francesca Maria Sant  for 15-18
dissemination(s): Noticeboard at Mosta Local Council, other, school media, website
filed under Articles

An interview was conducted with two farmers – one owns a conventional farm and the other an organic farm – to investigate the level of nitrates found in our water table. This report tackles the sources of the nitrates and also any solutions to reduce its level in our groundwater.

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