After graduating with a Bachelor’s 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. His main journalistic interests are local and British politics, EU-level policies, and social and environmental issues.

[WATCH] Residents have their say on Santa Lucija tunnels project
As work on the Santa Lucija underpass gets under way, MaltaToday asks...
Malta showed good will by allowing Alan Kurdi migrants disembarkation - Prime Minister
The migrants will not be of any burden to Malta since they will be relocated to...
Charlene Farrugia had been found bruised and bloodied in Bugibba street before disappearance
Police had suspected Farrugia’s ex-partner was violent towards her, and...
Nearly 392,000 cars on Malta’s roads in June, up more than 3% in past year
A total of 7,439 vehicles cars were newly licensed between April and June this...
Faith, hope and hostage: a letter from captivity
As the Iran hostage crisis – which lasted well over a year – was...
Vehicle CO2 emissions rose almost 12% in seven years
CO2 emissions in 2017 reached 588.52ktons, an increase of 62.43ktons over 2010,...
Difficult banks causing businesses to reconsider Malta investment, GRTU warns
GRTU meets with Prime Minister Joseph Muscat to discuss what they...
[WATCH] Beware false nostalgia, Herrera says on progress and uprooted trees
The past was not as rosy as imagined, Environment Minister...