Yannick
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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.

Government requests European Commission assessment of Gozo's social and economic disparities
National
It said that notwithstanding the investment made in recent years, Gozo still...
Environment Minister willing to publish internal inquiry report into tuna industry
National
Jose Herrera said in parliament that his ministry would be addressing human...
Fisheries reform underway after NAO found ineffective practices
National
Departmental reform after NAO inquiry underway, parliamentary secretary says
Roughly 20% of primary school students enrolled in Breakfast Club
National
There were some 2,000 more students enrolled in January 2019 when compared to...
PD insists on President elected by two-thirds majority
National
The Democratic Party said there is still time to have a unifying president...
Infrastructure minister announces call for offers for rebuilding of 170 roads
National
The tender will see the successful bidder build 52 kilometres of road and 85...
UK parliament committee keeps Labour Party reference in disinformation report
National
The government has accused the committee of wilfully disregarded its...
Fuentes enjoyed unfair advantage, internal inquiry on tuna industry found
National
The inquiry had found that Fuentes' Malta subsidiary Mare Blu was...