ROME- Renzi has once again been criticised for his ambitious overhaul in the education system, when a large amount of teachers were told that they would have to move across the country to have job security.
ROME- The Reggio Emilia-based Maramotti Collection is to house two exhibitions from award-winning artists, which will open with a private viewing of the works, some of which have never been seen before in the gallery.
ROME- I must declare an interest. Paul Mason recommends the reduction of intellectual property rights which aroused my suspicion as they enable me to eke out a living. That is part of his utopic vision of a post-capitalist society where mankind will live a collaborative life with an abundance of goods and work will merge with play.
ROME- The president of the Young Businessmen of the Italian Industrial Federation has appealed to Italian premier Matteo Renzi, calling for a review in how VAT is paid after a businessman committed suicide on Sunday.
In a letter to the head of state, Giordano Riello informed Renzi that Bassano businessman Edoardo Alberton took his own life, who prior to his death had been tried for a late VAT payment. Alberton is another addition to the long list of businessmen who have claimed their lives in the current economic crisis in Italy.
ROME-An exhibition examining the complex relation between the Venice's vibrant tourism industry and the city’s working class is currently running at the Carlo Scarpa Area and Museum, conceived by American sculptor Jimmie Durham.
ROME- On August 17, new regulations came into force which are intended to harmonise the differing, and sometimes conflicting, laws of the EU countries in relation to the succession of assets.
The intended effect of the new European Succession Regulations (Regulations) is to make things less complicated so that instead of different laws of different countries applying to different assets, just one country’s laws will govern the succession of all the assets in the deceased’s estate.
ROME- An 18 year-old man from the Ivory Coast has been accused of the murder of a couple, killed in their house during a break-in on Sunday in Palagonia, south Italy.
ROME- Two people acting as soldiers were killed and five were injured on Saturday when a rifle exploded during a highway robbery re-enactment in a rural area of Potenza, south Italy.
The two men, who were impersonating soldiers, were killed by the splinters of the rifle from the explosion, one dying immediately and the other in hospital. Another man has also had to have his forearm amputated after shrapnel pierced the sleeve of his uniform. He remains in hospital in the surgical emergency unit, with a prognosis of 30 days.