New measures to shake-up health sector

Tuesday, February 13th, 2018
Emilia Romagna HQ

ER region demands more autonomy Regional Council gets green light with government ER president Stefano Bonaccini says that, “Emilia-Romagna is ready to sign an agreement with the government on autonomy.” The regional council was given the green light for a new agreement regarding work, training, health and the environment. “It would be important,” reiterated Bonaccini, […]

City council to stop fascist parties

Thursday, February 8th, 2018
Forza Nuova - source: ukaktion.wordpress.com

Unions and Comune in fight to limit fascism and xenophobia Agreement aims: “To prevent the allocation of public spaces in future to groups and associations inspired by fascist, racist and xenophobic ideologies.” Several agreements have already been signed in the metropolitan area by trade unions in collaboration with the new and recently appointed security councillor […]

Let’s roll out ‘Free water refill points’ in the city

Tuesday, February 6th, 2018
Plastic bottle chart

Help to cut waste and save our environment now! The following article has been copied almost verbatim from the BBC because we thought it reflects a genuine concern to tackle the plastic crisis that is engulfing our environment and is particularly polluting our streams, rivers and seas, killing all animal and sea life that comes into […]

Quiet work revolution underway at GD

Monday, February 5th, 2018
GD_nuovo logo

Employees get flexi hours plus incentives for studying Some staff will now be decide their own work days to a sum of up to 12,000 euros worth spread over four years, and their middle and high schools paid by the company. These are some of the points from a draft of the new internal GD […]

Little Venice window is 20 years old!

Friday, February 2nd, 2018
Via Piella window

A tourist hotspot since reopening in 1998 The little window on Via Piella is twenty years old, or at least its rediscovery, which dates back to the end of January 1998. The view over the old canal – often referred to as Little Venice – is one that most captures the hearts of many tourists. […]

Refuge for sick kids to be renovated

Friday, February 2nd, 2018
Casa Siepelunga

During the long and delicate periods of pre- and post-bone marrow transplantation that represent fundamental and very delicate phases of the therapeutic process AGEOP hosts sick children and their families at Casa Siepelunga. Siepelunga is among the most spacious AGEOP houses located near the Policlinico. It’s equipped with a large garden and in 2006 it […]