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The iParents' war against technology

According to a research by the Royal Children's Hospital, children in Australia spend more than twice the number of hours recommended by experts on PC, tablets or mobile phones. How can we be a good example for them if we also spend too many hours...
Forza Italia Party Senator, Lucio Malan, talks about the ballots' results at the Italian administrative elections that have recorded a clear centre-right coalition victory, but also a high electorate disaffection. 
Muslims around the world have celebrated the festival of Eid al-Fitr, marking the end of the holy month of Ramadan. The period of Ramadan is determined by the phases of the moon and its sighting by local religious authorities, meaning the exact...

White chocolate banana pudding

"I grew up with Nutella on toast and chocolate pudding"... chef Luca Ciano takes a trip down memory lane and teaches us how to make an impressive white chocolate banana pudding.
Italy's right was celebrating Monday after big victories in local elections, with all eyes on a potential comeback for former prime minister Silvio Berlusconi, whose leadership has been challenged by Northern League's Matteo Salvini.
Sydney University researcher Gabriele Abbondanza talks about the leadership's strength in both the Liberal and Labor camps, looking at how the debate on citizenship is affecting the two parties.
The world's forcibly displaced population remains at an all-time high. New figures from the United Nations refugee agency show there are now over 65 million displaced people, largely from conflicts in the Middle East and sub-Saharan Africa. The...
Daniel Ricciardo has produced a storming drive, battling back from 17th position to win an incident-packed Azerbaijan Grand Prix. In motogp, Valentino Rossi nabbed the win in Dutch GP by barely the length of his Yamaha bike. Our sport segment also...
Davide Galbiati, a 25 year old chef from Monza, moved to Melbourne five years ago. This is his story.
In this new episode dedicated to bilingualism in the Italian-Australian community, we introduce Romina Alessi, who talks about her passion for Italian language and culture.
Fabio Carosone, newly elected president of the Sydney's Dante Alighieri Society talks about his double role and the new school and cultural activities.      
Journalist and writer Luca Poma talks about the 32nd edition of the Turin Gay and Lesbian International Film Festival - Lovers   
Journalist Carlo Gnetti talks about the proxy war in Mosul's sky and the negotiation between London and European Union for Brexit