Boy, 11, And Parents Killed Falling Into Volcanic Crater

The Huffington Post | Sara C Nelson | Posted 12.09.2017 | UK

An 11-year-old boy has died and his parents were also killed as they tried to save him after he tumbled into a volcanic crater in Italy. The tragedy o...

No One Can Agree Who Is On This Boat

The Huffington Post | Christopher York | Posted 09.09.2017 | UK

Working aboard the Aquarius is a “grim job” - and that’s direct from the mouth of one of the search and rescue (SAR) ship’s hands. For a perio...

The Best Italian Restaurants In London

The Huffington Post | Brogan Driscoll | Posted 01.09.2017 | UK Lifestyle

Pizza, pasta, risotto - is there anything us Brits don’t love about Italian food? Whether we’re whipping up a hearty meal at home or heading out f...

Visiting Verona

Tom Dale | Posted 23.08.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Tom Dale

My father-in-law is a devout opera fan so, when we were thinking of 70th birthday presents, a long weekend in Verona floated to the top of the list. The ancient city's association with the arts draws visitors in droves, most of whom come to see the legendary Juliet House, complete with that very balcony from which she famously called to her lover, Romeo.

Incredible Video Shows Baby Pulled Alive From Rubble After Deadly Earthquake On Italian Island

The Huffington Post | Jasmin Gray | Posted 22.08.2017 | UK

A seven-moth old baby has been pulled alive from a pile of rubble after an earthquake hit the Italian holiday island of Ischia, killing two people and...

Chloe Ayling Was Threatened She’d Be ‘Sold And Then Fed To Tigers’ By Black Death Kidnapper

The Huffington Post | Sara C Nelson | Posted 07.08.2017 | UK

Further harrowing details about the suspected kidnapping of British model Chloe Ayling are emerging. Police in Milan say the 20-year-old was abducted ...

Aid Groups Split Over New Rules On Migrant Rescues In Mediterranean

The Huffington Post | Christopher York | Posted 01.08.2017 | UK

CATANIA, Sicily - NGOs are split over a new code of conduct on the rescue of migrants making the perilous sea journey from Libya to Europe. Three aid ...

Summer Dinner Ideas For When It's Too Hot To Waste Time In The Kitchen

Claudia Canavan | Posted 31.07.2017 | UK Lifestyle

Balmy evenings and ray-lit days are great. But when the heat gets a bit much, any hope of time at the stove is rightfully forgotten. From the new way...

Refugee Rescue Missions In Med Face Suspension In Row Between NGOs And Italian Government

The Huffington Post | Christopher York | Posted 28.07.2017 | UK

CATANIA, Sicily - Charities face having to suspend missions to rescue migrants from drowning in the Mediterranean, unless a row with the Italian gover...

Theresa May To Take THREE-WEEK Summer Holiday

The Huffington Post | Paul Waugh | Posted 20.07.2017 | UK Politics

Theresa May is to take a three-week holiday this summer in Italy and Switzerland, Downing Street has revealed. The Prime Minister will head off on Mon...

The Real Refugee Crisis Isn't On Our TV Screens

Sophia Akram | Posted 20.07.2017 | UK
Sophia Akram

Under the EU-Turkey deal however, people have been stuck on the islands in tents or behind barbed wire with no seeming end in sight. They don't know if they'll be sent back, or go on elsewhere. They're stuck in political stagnation formulated by European policies.

Five Of The Best Luxury Spa And Wellness Retreats In Italy

The Luxury Spa Edit | Posted 19.07.2017 | UK Lifestyle
The Luxury Spa Edit

ESPA at Castello del Nero is the first destination spa in Tuscany, and the region's first ESPA location. A decor of natural wood, glass and cool stone create a haven of calm. You can take shade under trees or stretch out on loungers in the relaxation areas that look out over the verdant estate.

Stunning Drone Footage Reveals Milan's Vertical Forest Skyscrapers

The Huffington Post | Thomas Tamblyn | Posted 11.07.2017 | UK Tech

Nestled in the heart of Milan is one of the most stunning apartment blocks we think we’ve ever seen. The Bosco Verticale is one of the world’s fir...

In Praise Of Italy

Izzy McRae | Posted 23.06.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Izzy McRae

By being so extremely lovely, Italy really pushes you to appreciate the world around you, and take the time to savour it. My stressy internal monologue becomes particularly unwelcome and out of place, and therefore easier to banish.

You Can Now Buy Activewear Made From Coffee

The Huffington Post | Susan Devaney | Posted 14.06.2017 | UK Style

Sundried, a UK-based sportswear brand, has designed a new range for men and women made entirely from recycled waste. The ethical activewear fashion b...

Global Health Security Begins At Home

Seth Berkley | Posted 02.06.2017 | UK
Seth Berkley

Too often parents who remain worried by such claims believe they are erring on the side of caution by not vaccinating their child, believing that no harm can come from this. Yet by doing so they are inadvertently perpetuating the spread and the very existence of the disease, and through that human suffering. The fact is, a measles outbreak anywhere is a risk everywhere. Global health security means thinking globally and acting locally.

Studying Abroad: Europe v America? The Battle Of The Atlantic!

Zoe Ambrozewska | Posted 09.05.2017 | UK Universities & Education
Zoe Ambrozewska

Here we compare our pros and cons, and discuss tips for studying abroad and travelling either side of the Atlantic Ocean!

Ten Things You Didn't Know About Sardinia And Why I Love It!

Pregnant City Girl | Posted 04.05.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Pregnant City Girl

Many people expect Sardinia to be a carbon copy of mainland Italy - wrong! I'm a lover of and frequenter of both places but don't confuse the two whatever you do! Taking my family there for a third year running I thought it might be nice to let others know what really sets Sardinia apart in my eyes.

How To Get Heath Back On Track

Lauren Riley | Posted 20.04.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Lauren Riley

I am back on my mission to bring back health to my life and share any knowledge I collect on the way. Well I have got a treat for you. I have learnt so much in this last four days that even if I share some of it you'd get great value from reading this post. Knowledge transferred courtesy of Ti Sana Detox Resort and Spa in Italy.

Pineapple On A Pizza? Eight Things You Should Never Order In Italy

Lindsay Deidda | Posted 23.03.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Lindsay Deidda

Italians are rigidly traditional when it comes to what, when and how to eat and drink. And surprisingly, some of the most popular worldwide 'Italian' food and beverages won't be found anywhere on a menu in Italy.

Footage Shows The 'Terrifying Moment' BBC Crew Are Caught Up In Mount Etna Blast

The Huffington Post | Kathryn Snowdon | Posted 17.03.2017 | UK

Incredible footage has emerged showing the “terrifying moment” a BBC crew got caught up in an explosion at Mount Etna this week. The chaotic video...

Accessible Tourism. My Weekend In Turin

Damiano La Rocca | Posted 16.03.2017 | UK Lifestyle
Damiano La Rocca

I have recently been to Torino, in the north west Italy, and I pleasantly discovered that it is a city that has chosen to dismantle many of those insurmountable barriers; thus becoming one of Italy's favourite destination of tourism for the disabled.

Top Five Italian Foodie Rituals... To Enjoy With Your Kids

Michela Chiappa | Posted 03.02.2017 | UK Parents
Michela Chiappa

In Italy, kids are encouraged to be part of every social occasion that revolves around food - it's not about dividing the kids from the adults, giving them separate meals or putting them to bed early. The kids are part of the social activity of everyday life and they are encouraged to eat, smell, touch and experience new tastes day in day out.

African Refugee Drowns In Venice Canal As Onlookers Taunt Him And Film On Their Phones

The Huffington Post | Kathryn Snowdon | Posted 26.01.2017 | UK

An African man drowned in Venice’s Grand Canal as onlookers abused him and filmed his struggle on their mobile phone, in an incident now being inves...

One Year On, Still No Truth For Giulio

Alex Mayer | Posted 25.01.2017 | UK Politics
Alex Mayer

This week marks the terrible anniversary of the murder of a 28-year-old Cambridge University PhD student. Giulio Regeni, an Italian national, had travelled to Egypt to conduct fieldwork into independent trade unions in Egypt. Unexpectedly, he disappeared, and tragically, nine days later his body was found dumped by the side of the road showing signs of torture.