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Qui-Si-Sana residents speak out for their rights

Matthew Vella
Saviour Balzan

It’s a warm and sunny day on Saturday, as signs of the abating wintry weather are evident. Qui-Si-Sana’s gardens are alive with the bustle of its residents, congregated in opposition against the massive development yet to come over the quaint neighbourhood by the Sliema promenade.


 


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EDITORIAL

The great divide
The Qui-Si-Sana saga reveals a great divide between the government and the citizen.


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