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massimo_costa

Massimo
Costa

Massimo Costa joined MaltaToday in 2017 as a journalist. He is a graduate in European Studies. His main areas of interest are EU policy-making and politics.
PD claims not allotted Parliament time, ask Speaker for ruling
National 20:26

PD MP Godfrey Farrugia says he and Marlene Farrugia face difficulties related to their time allowance

Spinola property partly owned by government, legal action to be taken if land value not paid
National 18:37

Genuine oversight caused misconception that property was wholly Church-owned, Lands Authority chief committed to legal action if Vince Farrugia does not pay government land value

Dutch, British, FBI, EUROPOL assist Caruana Galizia murder investigations, press conference to be held in future
National 20-11

Inquiring magistrate Anthony Vella also asked for help of foreign experts

President emphasises Europe-Africa collaboration, great African potential
National 20-11

President Marie-Louise Coleiro Preca highlighted belief that education key to African prosperity, consultation process with Europe needed to fulfil democratic goals for Africa

FAA calls for preservation of heritage houses in Sliema
National 20-11

NGO asks Planning Authority to safeguard heritage house in Cathedral Street, currently at risk of being demolished

Man accused of abusing girl over seven year period
Court & Police 19-11

Victim, 14, was seven when abuse allegedly started

Police working to establish motive for Friday murder
National 19-11

Owner of shop still critical in hospital following operation

Metsola threatened to be ‘burned alive’ in Facebook comment
National 19-11

Nationalist Party, MEP David Casa, call for Police Commissioner to investigate and for poster of threatening comment to be arrested

PN: Muscat is ignoring country’s major safety problem
National 19-11

Prime Minister did not comment about security situation in Malta or on fact people are becoming accustomed to murders, PN say. Labour respond that 2012 year which saw most murders, Delia politicising everything

Thousands converge in Valletta for President's fun run, President calls for mutual respect
National 19-11

Event started at 10am this morning, joggers left from Rabat, walkers from Paola, Sta Venera and Tal-Qroqq, with all meeting in Valletta. 

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