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Radio Italiana 531 announced as Local Drug Action Team

Posted by Radio Italiana on 9 June 2021

9 June 2021

Radio Italiana 531 has been announced as a new Local Drug Action Team (LDAT) through a successful grant application process awarded via the Australian Government and the Alcohol and Drug Foundation. This initiative will see the station address the important issues with the focus on preventing and minimilising alcohol and other drug-related harm within the Italo and Italo-Australian community.

Radio Italiana 531's Local Drug Action Team, spearheaded by the station's Youth Committee and supported by their two Community Partners the Campbelltown City Council and the City of West Torrens, will support programs at a grassroot level to work with their communities to play a vital role in identifying and preventing alcohol and other drug-related issues.

Mario Romaldi, Radio Italiana 531's President said: "We are looking forward to engaging with such an impactful and important program, one that the Radio has the perfect forum to communicate through and one that will bring critical messaging to the over 100,000 South Australians who listen and enjoy the station's programming and events".

Station Manager Marco Petta added: "Part of our vision is to be leaders in the community by being a hub of information through our broadcasting and community engagement, and this opportunity will allow us to establish a program which will continue to give back".

Radio Italiana 531 as a newly formed LDAT will help to deliver evidence-based information, education and mentoring programs designed to prevent and minimise the risk of harms related to alcohol and other drugs. A wide range of other grassroots activities will be undertaken to allow station listeners and the wider community to connect, engage, empower and support each other.

Radio Italiana 531 thanks the Australian Government and the Alcohol and Drug Foundation for this opportunity and looks forward to welcoming this new initiative into the already established raft of community events across the 2021 calendar.

For more information, media and/or photo opportunities:

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P: 0404 860 160

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Mimmo Cavallaro Concert - Woodville Town Hall

Posted by Radio Italiana on 16 October 2019
Mimmo Cavallaro Concert - Woodville Town Hall

Major Radio Italiana fundraiser

Booking and Payment - call Radio Italiana 08 8340 2806

The station will have teams of volunteers in the following areas:

  • Back stage Management of artists
  • Seating and Ushering Teams
  • Catering Teams Food & Beverage

ALL proceeds to Radio Italiana after a donation to Assoc Beneficenza Calabrese and costs.

  • General Admission - $35
  • VIP Tickets - $45


Mimmo Cavallaro Event POSTER



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New Website Launched for Radio Italiana 531

Posted by Radio Italiana on 31 January 2018
New Website Launched for Radio Italiana 531

We are very excited that we have launched our NEW WEBSITE!

RADIO ITALIANA 531  is owned and run by the Italian South Australian community. 

RADIO ITALIANA 531 enjoys the active support of a large number of sponsors, over thirty paying member Italian clubs and Associations and 400 paying individual members.

Our listeners are very loyal, and very passionate about Radio Italiana 531.


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Italian Festival Carnevale 2017

Posted by Radio Italiana on 13 November 2017
Italian Festival Carnevale 2017

View our Italian Festival Carnevale 2017 Gallery

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Australia Day Parade 2017

Posted by Radio Italiana on 30 January 2017
Australia Day Parade 2017

The Australian Day Parade is something we love being a part of. Our volunteers, members and other Italian Associations come together to stand under one banner (The Italian Flag) and walked united in the parade.

We are so lucky to be able to celebrate Australia Day while also celebrating our Italian heritage.

Happy Australia Day everyone!


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