La Repubblica: How Malta’s government absolves itself of Daphne Caruana Galizia’s killing

From Manuel Delia's blog: This is my translation of an article carried yesterday by La Repubblica. If you can, read the original here. “State of Denial”: an English expression that accurately describes the effect of the new revelations published Tuesday by La Repubblica and the Daphne Project coordinated by Forbidden Stories, throwing light once more … Continue reading La Repubblica: How Malta’s government absolves itself of Daphne Caruana Galizia’s killing

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Books and a spot of vintage shopping

Welcome to the first post of 2018, ladies and gents! We're a little too late in the month to talk about such things as New Year's Resolutions (I'd probably say something generic like 'eat more fruit' and 'spend more time switching off from the online world', you get the gist of things), so I thought … Continue reading Books and a spot of vintage shopping

Kelly’s Kitchen: Maltese Fish Soup (Aljotta) Recipe

Hello, internet friends! People say that when you live abroad, you learn more things about yourself. One of these things I've learnt in just over two months here is that I love cooking, and can pretty much handle myself in the kitchen (so far, anyway). I find it relaxing and pretty damn satisfying, and I get … Continue reading Kelly’s Kitchen: Maltese Fish Soup (Aljotta) Recipe

4 Things Wrong with this Anti-Gay Marriage Ad (other than the obvious)

I generally try to have lowkey Sundays. You know, sit in the sun. Have some green tea while listening to Spotify and reading Time or The Economist. But sometimes the universe conspires against you to make sure your Sunday just tests you - case in point, the following 'ad' that was printed in MaltaToday: Let's just take a minute to … Continue reading 4 Things Wrong with this Anti-Gay Marriage Ad (other than the obvious)