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06-Mar-12 15:08. By Giulia Lombardo | Comments (11)
845 people attended the fundraising dinner dance at Grosvenor House Hotel in Park Lane. Distinguished guests included The Italian Ambassador Alain Giorgio Maria Economides, the President of the Consulta Emiliano-Romagnoli nel Mondo Silvia Bartolini, Giorgio Maioli CEO of Cariparma Bank, Pierluigi Ferrari, vice-president province of Parma, the mayor of Borgotoro, Diego Rossi and the mayor of Pellegrino, Enrico Perroni.
06-Mar-12 14:31. By Giulia Lombardo | Comments (0)
Italy has never been so close! For all the Anglo-Italians who want to know more about their origins or are planning to buy a property in sunny Italy, La dolce vita (taken from the famous title of Fellini’s masterpiece) a unique exhibition and event showcasing all the Italian wonders, will take place this March (9th – 11th) at Islington’s Business Design Centre.
This year’s edition of La dolce vita is offering a mouth-watering showcase of over 100 exhibitors from authentic food & drink producers across the regions, but also idyllic travel destinations and enchanting properties to buy and rent, in perfect Italian style.
27-Feb-12 17:17. By Giulia Lombardo | Comments (2)
March 24th is a date for those wishing to help raise funds for the planned new Arandora Star Memorial in St Peter's Church naming all the 204 London Italian victims.
On the 24th of March a fund raising dinner dance for the Arandora Star memorial to commemorate the victims of the shipwreck is going to be held at the Bishop Douglas School in Hamilton Rd N12 at 7pm.
The trustees are also planning a very exciting event involving a well known highly regarded top Italian chef - more details as and when confirmed!
21-Feb-12 10:58. By Giulia Lombardo | Comments (0)
In the last days the Olympic games have been extensively discussed. Not only because London is going to host the Olympic games this year, but also because there has been a passionate debate about the nomination of Rome for the next Olympic games in 2020.
Our Italian community is also going to have its own Olympic games: the O.G.I , Olimpiadi gioventù italiana which will take place at the beginning of June.
The OGIC (Olimpiadi Gioventu Italiani Committee) is made up of 12 members: President Adriano Morini, Vice President Luciana Timanti, Treasurer Anthony Manzi, Vice Treasurer Tony Franchi, Secretary Francesca Timanti.
The following other members of the committee have various responsabilities: Mike Viglione, Mauro Inzani, Gaetano Attanasio,Theresa Morena, Claudia Timanti, Livio Spagnoli, Mariella Mansi, which include IT, event coordination, fund raising, rules and regulations organisation etc.
15-Feb-12 17:08. By Giulia Lombardo | Comments (0)
Hotels, restaurants, private school fees, cars, boats, holidays and race horses are all coming under the scrutiny of the tax authorities in Italy as a clampdown on tax evasion gathers pace.
Payment in cash for a value eual to or in excess of 1,000 euro is now prohibited and a new system called "Redditometro"which compares income declared with actual standards of living is expected to be effective by June
15-Feb-12 16:52. By Giulia Lombardo | Comments (1)
Minus 21 degrees in Liguria, snow in Rome and as far South as Calabria, Puglia and Sicily.
Giulia Lombardo reports on some of the worst winter weather to hit Italy for many years.
08-Feb-12 16:40. By Giulia Lombardo | Comments (22)
Several minor earthquakes have been registered in many different parts of Italy during the last week of January. The areas affected were: Pianura padana, Prealpi Venente, Parma, Costa Toscana nord, Ascoli, Adriatico, Foggia, Calabria, Pollino, Trento, Milano, Torino, Genova, Verona, Venezia, Regio Emilia, Bologna, Pisa e Firenze.
After the earthquake of L’Aquila in 2009 Italy has entered a new period of seismic activity. The stronger earthquakes registered in the north of Italy have had an increasing intensity ranging from 4.3 degrees Richter scale to 5.4 (the most violent earthquake recorded after the one at L'Aquila, with a magnitude of 6.3). According to the seismologists the earthquakes were not connected to each other but they were caused by the same reason: the pushing of the Adriatic plate under the Apennine and the Alps.
08-Feb-12 16:30. By Giulia Lombardo | Comments (0)
Truck and taxi drivers, pharmacists, newsagents, and family doctors are amongst those who have, or who plan to, strike in protect against new liberalisation measures proposed by the Government.
Giulia Lombardo reports
26-Jan-12 14:25. By Giulia Lombardo | Comments (3)
Associazione Valtaro, Valceno, Casanova and Pellegrino, for the first time grouped together in the Associazione Parmense, are holding a big fund raising dinner dance. Part of the money raised will go to O.G.I.
The Dinner Dance will be on the 25th February, at the Grosvenor House Hotel. Tickets cost £75.00 and include champagne reception , four course meal and half a bottle of wine per person.
The Paolo Bertoli band will be especially flown over from Italy and will keep the guests dancing till late! The Borgotaro Choir will be also coming over especially for the function. There will also be a raffle with the first Prize being a car and many other fantastic prizes.
The guests will include the Italian Ambassador, The Consolate, the Vice President of La Provincia di Parma and the mayors of the following Towns: Pellegrino, Borgotaro, Bardi, Verano, Bedonia, Valmozzola.
10-Jan-12 12:33. By Backhill/The Daily Telegraph | Comments (0)
The Daily Telegraph reported on Saturday a tough new crackdown on tax evasion in Italy.
The blitz follows a successful Christmas operation by the Guardia Fidenza in Cortina d'Ampezzo which revealed tax evasion on a massive scale not only among local businesses but also the many Christmas visitors to the resort.
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