Massimo
Costa

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] Flowers laid in commemoration of murdered Ivorian
National
People gathered in Birzebbuga to lay flowers at the site where 42-year-old...
Man seriously injured in Gzira traffic accident
Court & Police
  The accident involved a collision between two cars and also left...
[WATCH] Historic St Publius arch in Floriana burnt to the ground
National
Footage has reached us of the 120-year-old arch being engulfed in flames early...
[WATCH] Ta’ Barkat sewage treatment plant back online after illegal dumping shut down
National
An operation to clean up the sewage gallery leading to the plant was been...
‘Don’t manage Malta like a private company,’ UHM boss urges government
National
Union Haddiema Maghqudin CEO Josef Vella said Malta’s economy should stop...
Talk of a Second Republic ‘makes no sense’, constitutional experts insist
National
The Constitution should be revamped, but not completely replaced, two...
Malta with seventh highest number of approved asylum applications in EU compared to population in 2018
National
A total of 660 asylum seekers were granted protection in Malta last year,...
Economy Minister calls on EU to give member states more state aid ‘leverage’
National
Tight EU state aid regulations put member states at an unfair disadvantage when...