Italy on Tuesday marked its annual Republic Day with a tribute to the more than 33,500 Italians who have lost their lives to the coronavirus pandemic.
The World Health Organization (WHO) has stressed that the novel coronavirus has not suddenly become less pathogenic, following claims by an Italian doctor that the virus had lost some of its potency.
The Australian government will open an investigation into Washington law enforcement assaulting an Australian news crew covering protests outside the White House, highlighting the growing diplomatic fallout for the US with its closest allies from its long-standing problems with police violence an...
The Australian government has refused an exemption to its live export ban that would have allowed 56,000 sheep to be transported from Western Australia to the Middle East after the shipment’s original carrier was locked down by a coronavirus outbreak.
This year’s edition of the Venice International Film Festival has become a beacon of hope, following the announcement it will go ahead as scheduled in September despite the coronavirus pandemic.
Italian tenor Andrea Bocelli has revealed that he and “certain members” of his family had contracted coronavirus, but had fully recovered from the illness by the end of March.
With the European summer just around the corner, one Italian swimwear designer has come up with a creative solution to keep the spirit of the season alive while staying safe during the coronavirus pandemic: the latest take on a “trikini”.
Italian Republic Day, or the Festa della Repubblica, is a national holiday celebrated on June 2 each year.
Italy’s most famous horserace, the Palio di Siena, has been cancelled due to the coronavirus pandemic.
Every year on March 21, sweet-tooths around the world celebrate Tiramisù Day in honour of one of Italy’s most famous desserts.
The first ever Aboriginal musical – Jimmy Chi’s ‘Bran Nue Dae’ – is returning to Perth this month, 30 years after its debut.
According to the latest UNESCO estimates, over 1.5 billion students in more than 150 countries have been affected by the forced closure of schools due to the coronavirus pandemic.
We chat with Emily Maher, a 25-year-old psychologist who has worked at CO.AS.IT. Sydney for two years now.
Darebin City Council has given the green light to plans to renovate and relocate, within the same site, the historic Preston Market.
Photos from the collection of the Italian Historic Society (IHS).
Italy’s top-flight Serie A soccer league has been given the green light to restart on June 20 after the season was stopped due to the coronavirus pandemic, Sports Minister Vincenzo Spadafora announced on Thursday.
A-League players are demanding certainty over their futures in the competition, with more than 100 contracts set to expire at the end of the week.
Troppi errori, ma nessun dubbio sulla ricostruzione: l’attivo di bilancio non è più una priorità.
Scott Morrison e Anthony Albanese già con lo sguardo rivolto alle sfide del 2020.
Film lovers rejoice! Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre (CPAC) in collaboration with the Istituto Italiano di Cultura Sydney has announced the return of their FREE monthly Italian Film Series. The first two screenings kick off the series by celebrating 100 years of legendary director Frederico Fell...
Australia’s premier international film festival returns this year – virtually. Welcome to the 67th Sydney Film Festival: Virtual Edition and Awards. Be the first to see world premieres of compelling true stories from some of Australia’s most exciting documentary filmmakers, a program of shorts...
Quite probably the largest street festival in Australia, the Norton Street Italian Festa is a wonderful celebration of all things Italian held in the heart of Little Italy, with more than 100,000 people attending each year. The festival features carnival rides, jumping castles, animal farms, face...
The Academia della Cucina Italiana released an official recipe for this spaghetti alla bolognese... using tuna, not ragù. According to the academy, the true traditional recipe from Bologna features spaghetti, tuna and tomato.
The official recipe for ragù isn’t simple, but it’s worth trying it for a taste of the end result: a rich and mouth-watering meat sauce. The sauce is traditionally served with tagliatelle, but you can also use it to make lasagne.