As the country comes alive with vibrant colours and elaborate costumes, discover five fun facts about Italy’s Carvinal celebrations.
Gabriele Olivieri, the head chef at Pentolina, was born in Cattolica, in the region of Emilia Romagna.
At St Michael’s Grammar School in St Kilda, language education is held in high regard.
Caterina Tridente is deeply passionate about language education and has taught Italian since 1982.
On May 23, 1992, magistrate Giovanni Falcone was brutally killed along with his wife, Francesca Morvillo, and the agents who were escorting him: Vito Schifani, Antonio Montinaro and Rocco Dicillo.
On Friday, the Sicilian regional government voted in favour of permanently returning a part of the Parthenon’s frieze to Athens.
Finally, at the end of a trying two-year period full of challenges, setbacks and forced isolation, life is beginning to resume a degree of normalcy.
Queen Victoria Market is no longer the tourist magnet of the past – it is an ever-evolving hub that keeps up with the needs of its community.
A recently rediscovered sketch has sold at auction in Paris for 23 million euros.
A tragic incident has claimed the life of a four-year-old boy in Pile, a suburb in L’Aquila.
The Italian Soccer Federation (FIGC) is launching a new academy that aims to expand the selection base for the national team.