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.

Relatives of migrants who died at sea ask AG to send back P52 inquiry for more investigations
Two family members of migrants who lost their lives at sea during a rescue...
[WATCH] Shopping picks up as COVID-19 measures relaxed but lack of tourists remains problem
As Malta lifts, almost all its coronavirus restrictions, shops in Valletta...
Government launches loans scheme to fund 10% deposit for property buyers under 40
Scheme launched for property buyers aged 21 to 39 who don't have enough...
Scicluna: Malta in favour of EU COVID package, but cannot be burdened unfairly
Malta must ensure €1 billion coronavirus package from EU does not affect...
Malta-Sicily gas pipeline route finalised
The 151km ground and subsea route for a gas pipeline connecting Malta to Sicily...
Update 2 | TACA construction workers claim they have not been paid in months
Group of 80 Turkish builders employed by TACA to work on Fortina project...
Cardona dismisses Caruana Galizia murder claims as ‘nonsense, based on lies’
Chris Cardona claims allegations in court that he was involved in Caruana...
Theuma claims Degiorgios threatened with their life if they revealed Cardona’s role in Daphne murder
Court & Police
Degiorgio brothers were threatened with their lives if they revealed Chris...