On Sunday 17 and Monday 18 April, more than a million Italians will be eligible to vote in "run-off" voting for 25 town and city councils, including five provincial capitals, Venice, Matua, Pavia, Chieti and Andria, as well as for the government of the province of Viterbo and the regional government in Basilicata. In all of these places there was no majority of over 50 per cent in the first round of the elections held on Sunday 3 and Monday 4 April, so the two top candidates in each contest now go to a run-off.
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International School looking for a Mathematics teacher for the 2019/2020 school year. The candidate must be fluent in English (level C2) and hold a degree in Mathematics. If intere...
We're looking for another enthusiastic EMT teacher to join our team. The role is for afternoon work in the Monteverde area, Mondays to Fridays long term. We work with small groups...
CASTEL DI LEVA - We have a very unique and special villa renting on a ranch (believe it or not!) just outside Rome's GRA Laurentina exit. It is a gated community with about 10 hom...