Tennis
Sport

Top Italian Tennis Players Set to Feature in The Australian Open Next Year

The tennis calendar has taken a bit of a battering of late, with Wimbledon one Grand Slam tournament to fall foul of the recent world situation.

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16/7/2020

Medicine
Current affairs

New 'Tattoo free' radiation therapy for Italian breast cancer patients

Italian breast cancer patients will no longer require permanent tattoo markers during radiation therapy.

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6/7/2020

Travel
Lifestyle

THE PERFECT DATE SPOTS IN ROME

Rome is a city packed full of sights, tourist traps and hidden gems. Whilst Paris is often thought of as one of the most romantic cities in the world, Rome runs it very close with such a wide array of things to do as a couple. (Photo - Pexels)

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13/4/2020

Food trends
Food & wine

MAKING A MEDITERRANEAN DIET WORKING DOWN UNDER

Barbecued, stir-fried or roasted, there’s no doubt that Aussies love their meat. Consuming on average nearly 100 kilograms of meat per person per year, Australians are among the top meat consumers worldwide.But with statistics showing that most Australians suffer from a poor diet, and red meat production is adding to greenhouse-gas emissions, finding a balance between taste preferences, environmental protection, and health benefits is becoming critical.

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26/3/2020

Coffee
Food & wine

HOW MUCH WOULD YOU PAY FOR THE PERFECT CUP OF COFFEE?

Since the 1500s, the Italians have developed an enviable coffee culture. A culture many other countries also enjoy today. From the ritual morning coffee to the hit of espresso after a big meal, many of us cannot live without our caffeine fixes. But just how much would you be willing to pay for the perfect cup of coffee?

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19/3/2020

News
Current affairs

JOINING FORCES TO MAKE A DIFFERENCE

Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia (PCFA) and the WA Italian Club have joined together to make a difference by hosting the very first Biggest Ever Blokes’ Lunch (BEBL) in Perth on Friday 3rd April 2020 to support Prostate Cancer Foundation of Australia (PCFA).

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4/3/2020

News
Current affairs

SARDINIAN CULTURAL ASSOCIATION FUNDS A STUDENT EXCHANGE

Sardinian Cultural Association (SCA) made a contribution of $6,000 per annum to Marcellin College to enable a 16 year old Convitto Nazionale Student studying English and travel to Melbourne for a period of 6 weeks. During his stay the student will be studying at Marcellin College and be hosted by the family of the student who has been selected to travel to Cagliari.

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24/2/2020

Travel
Lifestyle

CASA SAN GABRIEL, WHERE DAVID AND CHRISSIE SHARE THEIR DREAM TO LIVE THE SIMPLE LIFE

Almost every day in Italy, there are stories on the radio of young Italians who left their country and travelled to Australia in search of a better life. Many rarely return, if at all. But we don’t hear as much about the Australians who have chosen to reverse the process and end of up living in Italy permanently.

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15/2/2020

Sport

THE ITALIAN GUIDE'S TO THE MELBOURNE CUP

One of the biggest horse races in the world, let alone Australia, the 2019 Melbourne Cup took place earlier this month. True to form, the race that stops the nation gave us plenty of action, drama and reasons to celebrate (especially if you backed the right horse!). Photo: Chris Phutully

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30/1/2020

Sport

THE GREATEST ITALIAN-AMERICAN SPORTS STARS OF ALL TIME

The Italian people have had a huge effect on the United States, from food to film and everything in between. People of Italian ancestry, or Italian Americans, make up the fifth-largest self-identified ethnic group in the United States and between 1820 and 2004, almost 5.5 million Italians immigrated to the United States.

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30/1/2020

Food trends
Food & wine

MAKING A MEDITERRANEAN DIET WORK DOWN UNDER

Barbecued, stir-fried or roasted, there’s no doubt that Aussies love their meat. Consuming on average nearly 100 kilograms of meat per person per year, Australians are among the top meat consumers worldwide.

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11/12/2019

Music
Art & culture

ARIA AWARD-WINNING KAVISHA MAZZELLA & TRIO RITURNELLA WILL BE TAKING THE STAGE FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY

Songbird and folkloric explorer Kavisha's original song's lyrical ingredients include humour, poetry, social justice and the spiritual. Combine this prowess with the voice of an angel and you have the experience of a Kavisha concert.

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18/11/2019

Events
Food & wine

EMBASSY OF ITALY PRESENTS THE FOURTH EDITION OF THE "WEEK OF THE EXTRAORDINARY ITALIAN TASTE"

From 18 to 24 November, the Embassy of Italy will be hosting the fourth edition of the “Week of the Extraordinary Italian Taste”, an initiative of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation that involves all the Italian institutions abroad.

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15/11/2019

Art
Art & culture

An immersive experience with Italian artists Veronica Piraccini: The Holy Shroud. Exclusively at SpACE@Collins in Melbourne

For 10 days only, six artworks created in response to the Holy Shroud of Turin using an ancient technique and colours of Piraccini’s own invention, invite you to embark on a historical, scientific and artistic journey whilst provoking dialogue and contemplation.

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31/10/2019

Business people
Current affairs

New Business Network Empowers Australian and Italian Women

The female who’s who of the Italian business community gathered Wednesday evening 23 October for the launch of the Italian Business Women’s Network, hosted at Ferrari Brisbane.

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31/10/2019

Lifestyle
Lifestyle

My Nonna’s Favourite Italian Card Games

For the more seasoned generation of Italians, card games are much like the mobile games the millennial generation can’t seem to do without. But these card games, which at first seem like a nonchalant affair, can quickly flare up for the most passive of Italian pensioners. You still find groups of Italian gentlemen gathered around a small table in a shaded cafe or piazza, playing these cards games that they, like my old Nonna, used to pass the time with. But what are they called?

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3/5/2019

Travel
Lifestyle

How to keep yourself entertained on a luxurious holiday

There is nothing quite like a luxury holiday to unwind, recharge your batteries and indulge in the more beautiful things in life. While it can be incredibly therapeutic to lounge around by the pool during your trip, it can also be easy to quickly become bored. (Photo Pixabay)

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4/3/2019

Technology
Lifestyle

How To Grow An Ecommerce Business

Many people have started to open their own ecommerce stores, and it is easy to see why. Ecommerce continues to grow and this can be a fun business venture which you can easily op-erate out of your own home, yet many people find that it is not quite as easy to succeed as they had believed.

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28/2/2019

Motors
Sport

The new F1 season is almost here. Could 2019 be Ferrari’s year? (Ph. Jonathan Di Maggio)

The 2019 Formula One season will get underway in a few short week at Albert Park in Melbourne, and the Tifosi will go into it knowing that Ferrari has a real chance to compete against Mercedes and the all conquering Lewis Hamilton.

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26/1/2019

News
Current affairs

Is online gambling still available in Australia? Leading figures seem to think so

Currently, in Australia, online gambling is limited to a handful of registered sports betting sites, and residents don’t have access to online casinos or poker sites. This is down to the strict tightening of the Interactive Gambling Act in 2017.

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9/10/2018

News
Current affairs

What are the most popular slot adaptations right now?

Nowadays, online slot games are a million miles away from the original clunky machines that they evolved from. Instead of featuring the classic fruit symbols of old, they are now usually based on hit things in popular culture.

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9/10/2018

Footy
Sport

AFL’s Collingwood Surging to Catch Premiers Richmond

In 2016, Western Bulldogs shocked Australia with their immaculate surge up the ladder to claim the AFL Premiership against the Sydney Swans. But somehow, in 2017, the Richmond Tigers managed to trump the Western Bulldogs’ Cinderella story with their triumph over the Adelaide Crows to be named premiers.

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22/7/2018

Food trends
Food & wine

Flexitarian diets are here to stay and here's why

First it was vegetarianism - which was trending for quite a few years - then came veganism - the ‘pure’ form of non-meat eating by virtue of the fact that it also excludes any product derived from an animal. By the year 2050, the world is likely to have a population of over 9.1 billion.

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25/7/2018

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