Massimo’s journalistic interests are local and British politics, EU policies, and business. After graduating with a Bachelor degree in European Studies in 2011, Massimo obtained a Master’s degree in European Studies, with a focus on policy making processes in the European Union. He joined MaltaToday as a journalist in 2017, following a three and a half year period working in the UK.

Ombudsman welcomes proposal to entrench office’s appointment in Constitution
Ombudsman Anthony Mifsud welcomes government's proposal to Venice...
Business conditions decline to 2009 recession levels, Central Bank of Malta study shows
A drop in Central Bank's Business Conditions Index suggests significantly...
[WATCH] One new COVID-19 case registered overnight, four recoveries
Follow live as Public Health Superintendent provides an update on the...
Training in groups of 6 and 3m distance between athletes: COVID-19 sports guidelines issued
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Summer of discontent? Social distancing could make airline flights unaffordable
Airline social distancing could make holidaying in the COVID-19 era...
Government's 'superficial' Venice Commission proposals don't address corruption, PM's excessive powers - Repubblika
NGO Repubblika says government only addressed some of Venice Commission's...
[WATCH] Restaurants to get COVID-19 compliance stickers, face closure if found in breach
Restaurants and other establishments found to be adhering to all coronavirus...
Mass tourism unemployment looms unless airport reopened, MHRA boss warns
Tony Zahra urges government to re-open Malta's borders, warning tourism...