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The Recipe for Life in a Typical Maltese Village

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Malta being a nation of devout Catholics, at the very centre of every village is a church. The very culture of the Maltese revolves around this one magnificent building; old men meet there to chat and while away hours with pipe in mouth, whilst during the weekend the church is filled with people attending mass.



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The cost of development

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Malta is a small island in the Mediterranean Sea. Given its size, land is very limited and should be given great importance, especially when it comes to development. Unfortunately, sometimes, building projects, which should serve as part of the island's progression, leads to destruction of the environment. It is hence very important that the little natural environmental that we have left is preserved and taken care of.



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Solving the Waste Problem

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We are living in a consumerist society which generates increasing amounts of waste. The handling of domestic and industrial waste is a problem facing all countries and Malta is no exception to this. A number of measures are being taken to manage waste in the best and most economical way.



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Shooting upon safety!

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The Maltese islands are considered a gem of a city with the Mediterranean Sea surrounding it! Tourists visit Malta especially for its beaches. Thus safety signs are placed near these beaches. But are these signs being observed and noticed?



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Reaching a dead end

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Pollution is the spreading of harmful toxins and substances in the air which have a harmful effect on human life. Quarrying is a method used for the production of tarmac, building rocks and other materials in which during the production of these materials, harmful toxins are released from the many machines used.



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