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2011

 

Viva Italia Celebrations (Front Page and Article)

Delicious idleness is the theme of this week’s Italian Week festivities which include opera, food and markets and a traditional waiters’ race in the mall without spilling their glasses of wines.

 

Viva Italia

Italian Week kicks off today and the official launch party illumination Aperitivo is on at Il Centro Restaurant & Bar at Eagle Street Pier tonight.

 

 

2010

Too fine a drop to spill

Wine will be sacrificed in a bid to determine Brisbane’s finest wait-staff.

 

A Taste of Italy 

From classic cars to slick Italian racers – The Treasury Casino Italian Motor Expo will bring a feast of Italian beauties, including the Lamborghini pictured above.

 

2009

Top Choice

Celebrate the launch of Italian Week today with a dinner at Nundah’s Cortina Pizzeria Restaurant.

 

What's on for foodies

Angelo’s Fresh Pasta Products – Free pasta and gelato tastings are on offer at Angelos Fresh Pasta Products. One of the many food events running as part of Italian Week. 

 

SOUTH WEST NEWS / SPRINGFIELD NEWS - Italian Fashion Week: mythical inspiration Emerging Forest Lake fashion designer Lan Lam will showcase two Italian-inspired garments as part of Italian Week from May 26-June2. 

 

QUEST NEWS ONLINE - A taste of Sicily: FOOD and family were at the core of Michele Di’Bartolo’s upbringing. Memories of sitting in her grandmother’s kitchen watching her cook, coupled with a trip to her ancestral home of Sicily in 2005, spurred the lawyer to put pen to paper upon her return. Quest_South_East_Adverisers_A_Taste_of_Sicily.jpg (Page not found)

 

 

QUEST NEWS ONLINE - Latin theme fit for a Queen: All things Italian will take centre stage in Brisbane for Italian Week from May 26 to June 2.

 

 

SOUTHERN STAR - Living "La Bella Vita”: Fashion designers from Metropolitan South Institute of TAFE will showcase their Italian-inspired creations at Italian Fashion Week 

 

 

CITY SOUTH NEWS - Ciao bella as Italian designs on show: Tarragindi is a long way from Tuscany but doesn’t mean its cosmopolitan reach has not extended to the Brisbane suburb. 

 

WYNNUM HERALD - Dream stage awaits - Italian Fashion week: The work of Wynnum fashion students Edwina Tait, 18, and Satcey O’Keeffe, of Capalaba, will be showcased during parades to mark Italian Fashion Week celebrations. 

 

CITY NORTH NEWS - Celebrate Italian: The wonderfully warm hospitality of the Mura family will be on display at Così Ristorante Italiano on May 31 when they treat their guests to feast of Italian fare to celebrate Italian Week celebrations with a Night in Sardinia.

 

NORTHSIDE CHRONICLE - Night a fantastico Taste of Italy - Bella Così: Fashion, food, music and all things Italian are to be on show at Chermside’s Bella Così Restaurant on May 27 as part of Italian Week celebrations. 

 

QUEST NEWS ONLINE - Italian life celebrated: ALDERLEY: Italians have taken over Alderley in the lead up to a festival which celebrates the culture, history, and food of the boot-shaped country. Italian Week organiser Alessandro Sorbello said the week-long celebration was now in its third year and provided an insight into Italian culture. Article

 

QUEST NEWS ONLINE - Fashion students in Italian Week show: THE work of Wynnum fashion students Edwina Tait, 18, and Stacey O’Keeffe, of Capalaba, will be showcased during parades to mark Italian Fashion Week celebrations. Ms Tait’s design was shortlisted with the works of 18 students selected from a 450-strong entry field from Metropolitan South Institute of TAFE. 

 

QUEST NEWS ONLINE - Kirsten has big designs on success: HER mother is Zimbabwean and her father South African, but Kirsten Reynolds has turned to Italy as inspiration for her latest fashion collection.The Springwood designer’s garments will be paraded on the runway in Brisbane’s Queen Street Mall this weekend during Italian Week celebrations. Article

 

QUEST NEWS ONLINE - Italy makes mark at markets / Italian Week: Local foodie Jan Power brings her famous Farmers Markets to Brisbane City at the top of the Queen Street Mall,Reddacliff Place. Buy the freshest fruit, crispest vegetables and leanest cuts of meat right here in the city. 

 

QUEST NEWS ONLINE - Italian inspiration bellissimo: THE creations of Morningside fashion designer Melinda Toomey will be on show this week. Melinda is among 18 fashion designers from Metropolitan South Institute of TAFE showcasing their Italian-inspired creations at Italian Fashion Week. Article

 

QUEST NEWS ONLINE - Italian inspiration for designers: BROOKFIELD’S Tahli Accad will showcase her Italian-inspired creations at Italian Week celebrations this weekend. The Metropolitan South Institute of TAFE (MSIT) student is among 18 fashion students handpicked to showcase their garments in the fashion extravaganza which runsin the Queen Street Mall from May 29 to 31. Article

 

QUEST NEWS ONLINE - Designs impress: ON the heels of a string of successes, a Stafford fashion designer is pinning her hopes on a glamorous creation which she hopes will make a statement at Italian Fashion Week. Bubbly 23-year-old Samantha Campbell was one of 18 students selected from Metropolitan South Institute of TAFE to showcase her Italian inspired racewear. 

 

QUEST NEWS ONLINE - Treat for foodies all over town: May 30: Free pasta and gelato tastings are on offer at Angelos Fresh Pasta Products, 22 Doggett St, Valley, from 9.30-11.30am - one of the many food events running as part of Italian Week 2009. Article

 

QUEST NEWS ONLINE - Best of Italy: BRISBANE, All things Italian will take centre stage in Brisbane for Italian Week from May 26 to June 2. The CBD will be a hive of activity, including performances of highlights from Romeo and Juliet at the Queen Street Mall stage on May 26, 28 and 30. Article

 

QUEST NEWS ONLINE - Italy makes mark at markets: BRISBANE: Food guru Jan Power will salute Italian food and wine at her Wednesday market next week. “I researched farmers markets in Italy and all over Europe before I launched the concept in Brisbane,” Jan said.

 

QUEST NEWS ONLINE - Top threads, Italian style. Metropolitan South Institute of Tafe fashion students did a dress rehearsal of their garments, which will be part of Italian Fashion Week parades in the City this weekend. Article

 

QUEST NEWS ONLINE - Italian flair on catwalk: DECEPTION BAY, THERESA Lariza’s designs on becoming an internationally renowned fashion designer have taken a stride in the right direction. The Metropolitan South Institute of TAFE fashion graduate was one of 18 handpicked to showcase their Italian inspired creations as part of 2009 Italian Week celebrations. Article

 

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