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.

Ministry failed to ensure value for money in prison IT network contract – NAO
The NAO has confirmed shortcomings by the Home Affairs Ministry in the awarding...
Valletta businesses lament worst-ever Black Friday
Valletta’s commercial outlets have taken a major hit due to the ongoing...
Prime Minister to announce resignation and kick start leadership race
Prime Minister Joseph Muscat will formally step down after a new Labour leader...
Political upheaval will harm business confidence and country’s stability, Malta Chamber warns
Malta Chamber of Commerce warns political turmoil will prove detrimental to...
INTERVIEW | Marcus Motschenbacher: ‘We remain the top brand and company on the island’
Marcus Motschenbacher has been Lufthansa Technik Malta’s CEO since...
After week’s political turmoil, flummoxed practitioners mull fighting financial crime
The mood amongst players in Malta’s financial services industry was...
Yorgen Fenech still minority shareholder in Electrogas, despite resigning directorships
Although Yorgen Fenech has resigned his directorships of the Tumas Group and...
The Veg Box: bridging the gap between farmer and consumer
The Veg Box, located in Manikata, works with Maltese farmers to offer natural,...
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