Chef Nina Parker draws on her passion for this part of the world and her Italian training to create the old-world charm of Italy’s most dramatic coastline in her second book, ‘Capri’
'The whole banking market is under pressure,' says Lorenzo Bini Smaghi, chairman of Societe Generale
'They stopped it on top of my leg so I started screaming... You have to laugh really,' says Chris Meehan
A murder investigation was launched after the missing student's body was found on Monday
Domestic solidity is of great importance for Italy; so are political stability and predictability. In times of economic and political uncertainty following Brexit, the latter would come in handy to Great Britain too
The deal is called 'abbronzati o rimborsati', meaning 'get a tan or get your money back'
Idyllic creation became 'hellish' when 70,000 people turned up
From tongue-in-cheek teasing, to passionate pleas for unity, how Europe's newspapers are marking referendum day
Francesco Garofalo says his town would be a better investment than a top-flight football club
Editors of Il Giornale said it was part of efforts to help people understand the Holocaust
Police said they captured Eritrean smuggler Medhanie Yehdego Mered but the arrested man says he is Medhanie Tesfamariam Berhe, a 27-year-old refugee
Down in the heel of Italy's boot, Mark C O'Flaherty tucks into some of the country's best and least-pretentious cooking
First prize for unpublished writers in last year’s Independent on Sunday/Bradt travel writing competition was a trip to Liguria – and the chance to write about it for The Independent online. Here, winner Debbie Parrott recalls her overland adventure to Italy
Minister for Culture says the dish deserves international recognition and should join protected list
As a result of this injury, he wakes up every morning, opens the bedroom window and shouts 'bonjour'
Spain has seen a sharp rise in bookings for this summer, but there's still capacity elsewhere in Europe