Lazio has slammed the media’s “simplistic tendency” to blame all of the football club’s fans for neo-fascist incidents, after a pro-Mussolini banner was displayed before repeated racist chants were reportedly heard during Wednesday’s Coppa Italia semi-final match against AC Milan.
Swedish teen activist Greta Thunberg slammed Italian authorities on Friday at a demonstration in Rome’s Piazza del Popolo, saying young climate change activists were not there for politicians to take selfies with.
Next Wednesday, Salon Art Gallery in Reservoir will celebrate the renaissance of the northern suburb with the opening of Barry Dickins’ new collection of masterpieces.
In collaboration with Palace Cinemas, the Italian Institute of Culture (IIC) has launched a series of movie screenings and retrospectives dedicated to some of the most significant cultural and social aspects of Italian life.
As part of the Inner West Council’s 2019 Heritage Festival, CO.AS.IT. will present a collection of images and testimonials from ‘Visual Legacy: Italian Australian Elders’ by Paolo Totaro, at Leichhardt Library on Wednesday, May 1.
One of the most important celebrations of Lent is the Stations of the Cross, which aims to commemorate the final part of Jesus’ journey on Earth.
While most people are preparing for Easter lunch this Sunday, not as many may know that April 21 marks another special event: Rome’s 2,772nd birthday.
One of the world’s top chefs is teaming up with food-rescue charity OzHarvest to open a community restaurant for homeless people in Sydney.
Last weekend, ice cream enthusiasts flocked to the Tuscan capital of Florence for the city’s leg of this year’s Gelato Festival.
For many years, in some cases more than half a century, some key Australian not-for-profit organisations have done their best to promote Italian language and culture in schools.
More than 300 Italian teachers from across Victoria, and even South Australia and New South Wales, gathered at the annual congress of the Victorian Association of Teachers of Italian (VATI) on Friday, March 29.
Salini Impregilo will build the biggest hydroelectric power station in Australia, after winning a contract valued at AU$5.1 billion (€3.228 billion) for the civil works and electromechanical component of the Snowy 2.0 project.
One-hundred and fifteen young Italians from all over the world are currently gathered in the Sicilian capital of Palermo, on the initiative of the General Council of Italians Abroad (CGIE), with the aim of strengthening the network of Italian youth worldwide.
Last Friday, we interviewed Prime Minister Scott Morrison after the budget was presented and the election was announced.
ABC Breakfast host and outstanding journalist Virginia Trioli is the primary contender for Tony Jones’ revered role as host on Q&A.
Max Biaggi’s new Moto3 team Max Racing celebrated their first win at the Grand Prix of Americas in Austin, which ran from April 12 to 14.
Emma Notarfrancesco has come a long way since her days as the “traffic chick” for Ten Eyewitness News, when she graced television screens most nights from a chopper hovering over Melbourne.
Campagna continua: sabato spiraglio per annunci elettorali su entrambi i fronti politici.
Tagli alle spese per gli ospedali: Daniel Andrews lancia campagna pubblicitaria nel Victoria.
Barry Dickins, the famous Australian playwright, author and artist, has grown up in Reservoir and has connected with Italian culture throughout his life. He is well known by Italians in Melbourne and has painted portraits and artworks for many Italian families. Dickins has put together a special...
Brand new to the Queen Vic Market, the Europa Night Market brings your favourite European street eats to Melbourne’s most iconic sheds for an exclusive five-week season! On the menu you can expect to see German currywurst, Portuguese barbecue, Belgian frites, Irish Guinness wings and so much m...