Massimo
Costa

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.

Construction cash flows mostly unaffected by COVID-19, but car industry having issues
National
The construction and automotive industries have experienced different realities...
LGBTI persons in Malta amongst least discriminated-against in EU, survey shows
National
EU survey indicates 33% of Maltese LGBTI persons felt...
Eating out by the pandemic’s edge: what will the COVID restaurant look like?
Restaurants
COVID-19 will transform the restaurant experience. Try eavesdropping on...
[WATCH] New think tank on future of education in Malta set up, MUT laments teachers not included
National
Newly launched think tank will come up with 'outside the box'...
Woman injured after car overturns near University
Court & Police
59-year-old woman grievously hurt after vehicle she was driving...
Malta records highest rate of increase in number of nurses in EU
National
Increase in share of nurses in total employment in Malta was highest in Europe...
Inquiry into 2017 Sant' Antnin recycling plant fire still ongoing
National
Magisterial inquiry into fire which engulfed Sant’Antnin waste treatment...
[WATCH] At 61, Archbishop makes birthday donation to Solidarity Meals charity
National
On the occasion of his upcoming 61st birthday, Archbishop Charles Scicluna...