Yannick joined MaltaToday as a journalist in 2016. His main areas of interest are politics, social policy, science and anything involving numbers and graphs. He graduated from the University of Malta with a B.Sc. in Chemistry and Biology and holds a Master’s degree in Chemical Biology from the University of Sussex.

Malta's electricity prices have not gone up but Eurostat claims otherwise. Why?
It is confusing but households have used more electricity which means more of...
Updated | Maltese electricity prices among the lowest in the EU, Eurostat figures show
Maltese consumers paid among the lowest electricity prices in the EU but...
GDPR | Parties face hefty fines over electoral profiling without consent
GDPR doesn't just affect companies and business, but also political parties...
European Commission says Malta could lose €179 million in EU funds
The country’s economic boom could see it net almost €179 million...
Government getting tough on litter louts
Littering, dumping and taking out the wrong garbage on the wrong day will...
Nationalist Party asks regulator to investigate ARMS billing system
Deputy leader David Agius urged the regulator to decide whether an...
Marsaskala's il-Maghluq saline marshland gets long overdue clean up
Earlier this month, the Marsaskala local council urged environment minister...
MP paid €34,504 for role as commissioner for reduction of bureaucracy
The Prime Minister was responding to parliamentary question by PD MP Godfrey...
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