Yesterday, students have shared their frustration at the proposed increase in parking prices at Campus Hub at University. This comes after many other indications that Campus Hub is not interested in the welfare of students with exorbitant prices for accommodation and numerous commercial venues. These practices profit off international students who want to secure accommodations […]Read More Campus Hub should not have been Entrusted to the Private Sector | XR
Malta’s transport crisis stems from a reluctance to question the dominant car industry.Read More What do we overlook when an efficient transport system is all we want?
If you haven’t yet seen a few scooters stacked up in the middle of a pavement or in front of doorways, then you’ve definitely seen them clogging up your social media feed, with everyone showing off the worst places they’ve found them parked. There are even reports of elderly residents locking themselves up in their […]Read More What can we do about Scooters?
Does Malta understand what’s wrong with its transport system, or is it just looking for another “amongst the first in the world” title?Read More A Simple Route to Better Public Transport
Thursday 18th July spelt the death knell for 549 mature and beautiful trees. These lie near or in Balzan and Attard and many are protected by law. A further 237 trees will be transplanted which means that a substantial amount will die due to the low success rate of transplanting across the species proposed. Amongst […]Read More ASCS’s views on the Central Link Project
The yearly Budget is once again upon us where measures relating to all the sectors were presented. The first thing that hits the eye is the fact that Malta has achieved better credit rating from both Standard & Poor’s and Fitch Ratings which is always beneficial to our economy. ASCS feels that all the measures […]Read More ASCS Review on Budget 2018