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Fighting Animal Cruelty Together

submitted by St.Benedict College Girls' Secondary School Tarxien : Joslyn Falzon  for 15-18
dissemination(s): other, Participation in School Photographic Competition & School Open Day, school media, website
filed under Photos

Dogs are social creatures. Just imagine for a moment if one has to be kept in a room for days. Now imagine how an agile dog would feel in the same situation. I am absolutely in favour of animal rights. If firms want to test cosmetics, why do it on some innocent animal. Animals suffer as much as we do. True humanity should never impose such sufferings on these poor creatures. It is our duty to share this message of animal care across the world. We need to work harder to help people understand that animals are fellow creatures, which need to be loved as we love our own families. I hope that more people realize how totally helpless animals are and how they are totally dependent on us. We all have the responsibility to care for animals, an obligation which should never be neglected or violated through animal cruelty.



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Our Environment …Our Health

submitted by St.Benedict College Girls' Secondary School Tarxien : Nicole Muscat  for 15-18
dissemination(s): other, Participation in School Photographic Competition & School Open Day, school media, website
filed under Photos

Our surrounding environment has certainly an impact on our health. A filthy environment is certainly a threat to both present and future generations. At the seaside, one hopes to enjoy picturesque sea views similar to that shown in this photo. This photo shows an impressive view of Ghajn Tuffieha Bay with crystal clear sea and a spotless sandy beach. Rightly so, this bay now holds a Blue Flag award. Unpolluted seawater means less risk of infections. Cleaner beaches lead to fewer injuries resulting from stepping on broken glass, cans or worse discarded syringes. It is not enough that we breathe clean air to safeguard our health. We must take measures to protect our coastline and the marine environment. More bins should be placed on beaches and people should be encouraged to use them. In this way, tourists and locals will keep on visiting and enjoying these natural attractions for years.



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Trid Malta tasal f’dak l-istat?

submitted by St Albert school Valletta : Ryan DeBattista  for 11-14
dissemination(s): school magazine, school media
filed under Articles

Storja qasira ta ghasfur jismu Rixu u id destin tieghu. Storja li iggghalna nirriflettu dwar jekk iridux nibqghu passivi jew nihdux azzjoni..storja li gghalna nahsbu jekk iridux lil Malta tispicca hazin jew le..

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Pollution Petition

submitted by St Edward's College : Jack Mc Clure  for 11-14
dissemination(s): school magazine, school media
filed under Articles

An article discussing Pollution issues on the Island of Malta.

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Let it Crumble!

submitted by St Edward's College Malta : Edward Thake  for 11-14
dissemination(s): school magazine
filed under Articles

An investigative journey about our countryside’s appearance and litter.

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