The players were greeted at the Essendon Airport by a crowd of journalists and reporters.
Among those representing Italy is ...
Italy’s Matteo Berrettini has turned from dreamer to believer and knows he has the game to stop Rafael Nadal’s record pursuit in Friday’s Australian Open semi-final.
Italy’s parliament has failed to elect a new president for a fourth day running, with the main political blocs floundering in their efforts to find a mutually acceptable candidate for the powerful role.
Bibliophiles can feast their eyes on more than 300 of the state’s rarest books in Australia’s largest exhibition dedicated to books, held at the State Library Victoria.
Andrea Ferrari always knew that he wasn’t destined to follow in his parents’ footsteps, choosing instead to chase his passion on the other side of the world.
Europe’s ambassador to Australia Michael Pulch says there is an opportunity for free travel between the two regions to restart once COVID-19 transmission rates begin to fall.
Italy continues to wait for a successful presidential election after no candidate managed to secure a two-third majority in the third round of voting.
In 2000, the Italian government introduced a law (Legge no. 211) and established the ‘Giorno della memoria’, or Day of Remembrance.
It is the paradox of this unprecedented chapter in history: while consumers are confronted with empty shelves at the supermarket, farmers are growing the same amount of produce but are struggling to harvest it due to the lack of workers.
Italy has applied for UNESCO status for its famed espresso coffee, the nation’s deputy agriculture minister Gian Marco Centinaio announced on Thursday.
Jannik Sinner raised the Italian flag high over Melbourne Park on Monday, knocking out Aussie young gun Alex de Minaur 7-6(3) 6-3 6-4 to make history and join compatriot Matteo Berrettini in the Australian Open quarter-finals.