Molise is a region of Southern Italy. Until 1963, it formed part of the region of Abruzzi e Molise, alongside the region of Abruzzo; the split, which did not become effective until 1970, makes Molise the youngest region in Italy. Covering 4,438 square kilometres, it is the second smallest region in the country after the Aosta Valley, has a population of 313,348; the region is split into two provinces, named after their respective capitals Campobasso and Isernia. Campobasso serves as the regional capital. Molise is bordered by Abruzzo to the north, Apulia to the east, Lazio to the west, Campania to the south, it has 35 kilometres of sandy coastline to the northeast, lying on the Adriatic Sea looking out towards the Tremiti islands. The countryside of Molise is mountainous, with 55% covered by mountains and most of the rest by hills that go down to the sea. Castello Monforte Terzano Tower Campobasso Cathedral Church of Sant'Antonio Church of San Bartolomeo Church of San Giorgio Savoia Theater San Giorgio Palace Provincial Museum of "Sanniti" Isernia Cathedral Fountain Fraterna Monumental complex and museum of Santa Maria delle Monache Abbey Sanctuary of Santi Cosma e Damiano Archeological site Isernia La Pineta Museum of Paleolithic in the site of La Pineta Cathedral of San Basso from Lucera Medieval castle of Frederick II Sinarca Tower Rinascimental Gallery Museum Trivento Cathedral Church of Santa Maria Maggiore Santuario di Santa Maria del Canneto Caldora Castle Castle Anjou Longobard Castle Bojano Cathedral Medieval fortress Civita Superiore Angioina Tower Larino Cathedral Archeological site and Roman theater of Larinum Archeological site and museum of Altilia Italic sanctuary of San Pietro dei Cantoni Megalithic wall of Saipins Church of Santa Maria della Strada Guardialfiera old town Capua castle Abbey of San Vincenzo al Volturno Marinelli Bells Factory and Museum Theatre and Italic temple in the archeological site of Pietrabbondante Parish church and belfry of Saint Silvestro Bagnoli del Trigno Rupestrian church of Pietracupa Church of Sant'Antonio Abate Capracotta Neogothic basilica of Santa Maria Addolorata Venafro Cathedral Castle Pandone Castle Pandone Abbey of Santa Maria del Carmelo Pescolanciano Castle Colli al Volturno Fornelli Agriculture, involving small and micro holdings, is offering high-quality products.

The agricultural holdings produce wine, olive oil, vegetables and dairy products. Traditional products are Grass Farro. Molise's autochthonous grape is Tintilia, rediscovered during the last ten years, many other PDO wines, both red and white. Though there is a large Fiat plant, the industrial sector is dominated by the farming industry with small and medium-sized farms spread throughout the region. Another important industry is food processing: pasta, milk products and wine are the traditional products of the region. In the services sector the most important industries are distribution and catering, followed by transport and communications and insurance. With few exceptions, in all sectors firms are small, this explains the difficulties encountered when marketing products on a national scale. International tourism is growing as a result of the recent opening of international flights from other European countries to Pescara Airport, not far to the north in Abruzzo and connected to Molise by the A14 highway.

The density of the population in Molise is well below the national average. In 2008, Molise registered 72.3 inhabitants per km2, compared to a national figure of 198.8. The region is subdivided into two provinces: Campobasso and Isernia, which together cover 1.5% of Italy's territory and less than 1% of its population. The larger province in terms of area is Campobasso at 2,909 km2, while the smaller is Isernia at 1,529 km2; the province of Campobasso is the more densely populated of the two provinces, with 79.4 inhabitants per km2, whereas Isernia registers 58.9 inhabitants per km2. At the end of 2008 the most populous towns were Campobasso and Isernia. In the period 1951-71, large-scale emigration to other countries of the European Union, to other parts of Italy and overseas led to a significant decline in the population of Molise. Negative net migration persisted until 1981. Large-scale emigration has caused many of the smaller towns and villages to lose over 60% of their population, while only a small number of larger towns have recorded significant gains.

From 1982 to 1994, net migration has been positive followed by a negative trend until 2001. Between 1991 and 2001, the population of the region decreased by 3.1%. The region is home to two main ethnic minorities: the Molisan Croats, those who speak the "arbereshe" dialect of Albanian in five towns of "basso Molise" in the province of Campobasso. Molise comprises two provinces: Molise has much tradition from the religious to the pagans, many museum, archeological sites and food events. Tradition The Festival dei Misteri in Campobasso Feast of Saint Pardo with ox char

New South Wales Regional Leagues

The New South Wales regional leagues are the fifth level of soccer in New South Wales, the sixth nationally. The league consists of nineteen separate regional senior leagues and is administered by Football New South Wales; the Albury-Wodonga Football Association, which in addition to clubs from southern NSW, includes several clubs based in northern Victoria, is run by Football NSW. There is no promotion to NSW State League. There are sixteen separate regional metropolitan district associations and three branches which operate under the auspices of Football NSW; the metropolitan districts can be divided into smaller regions for ease of administration and for junior state competitions. There are three associations, they are Canterbury District Soccer Football Association, Eastern Suburbs Football Association and St George Football Association. The structure for the associations are as follows: Clubs in the different districts in 2016 are as follows: There are two districts which form the Metropolitan Far North.

They are Northern Suburbs Football Association. The representative teams are Northern Tigers FC respectively. Both teams compete in the National Premier Leagues NSW 2; the structure of the associations are as follows: The member clubs for each association are listed below. There are two districts, they are Sutherland Shire Football Association. The representative teams for the associations are Wollongong Wolves and Sutherland Sharks; the structure of the associations are as follows: Below are lists of member clubs for each association. There are three associations, they are Gladesville Hornsby Football Association, Manly Warringah Football Association and North West Sydney Women's Football. The structure for the associations are as follows: There are three associations which make up Metropolitan North, they are Bankstown District Amateur Football Association, Macarthur District Football Association and Southern Districts Football Association. The respective representative sides are Bankstown United FC, Macarthur Rams and Southern Districts Raiders.

The structure for the associations are as follows: There are three districts which makeup Metropolitan West, Blacktown & Districts Soccer Football Association, Granville & Districts Soccer Football Association and Nepean Football Association. The representative teams for the associations are Blacktown Spartans, Parramatta FC and Nepean FC respectively; the structure of the associations are as follows: Below are lists of member clubs for each association. Clubs in the different districts in 2016 are as follows: There are six associations that form the Western Branch, they are the Bathurst District Football Association, Dubbo & District Football Association, Lachlan Association, Lithgow Association, Orange Association and Western Plains Association. Each association is eligible to send representative team/ to the Western NSW Youth League; the branch association representative team is Western NSW Mariners, who compete in National Premier Leagues NSW 3. The structure of the associations are as follows: Randwick City FC Western City Lions FC Leichhardt Saints SFC Dobroyd FC Glebe Gorillas Golden Stars FC MRPFC FC Danphe Sydney Jets FC There is a breakaway competition unaffiliated with Football New South Wales, the Sydney Hills Football Association.

The association was born out of clubs competing in the Granville Districts and Gladesville Hornsby associations. It was incorporated on 15 December 2014 and commenced its inaugural competition in the winter season of 2016; the structure is as follows:Men's: Premier League/Reserves, All Age Divisions 1–6Men's Overage: O-35's Divisions 1–3, O45's. Youth: Youth Divisions 1–2, Ages 6–18. Women's: Premier League, All Age 2. Women's Overage: 35L Divisions 1–2. Youth: Youth, Ages 9–15. There are fifteen clubs member clubs of the SHFA: Baulkham Hills FC Castle Hill RSL Rockets Castle Hill United Coptic United The Hills Grammar School North Rocks SC Norwest FC Hills Knights Kellyville United Maroota FC Northwest FC Rouse Hill Rangers St Bernadettes FCSource: Sydney Hills Football The seven clubs in bold compete in the Premier League. Both Baulkham Hills and Kellyville United field two teams in this league. Football NSW

Rooftop Movies

Rooftop Movies is Perth’s first rooftop cinema, located atop a multi-story carpark in Northbridge, Western Australia. It is open during Perth’s summer months and screens a variety of films from cult classics to recent releases. Artrage produces Rooftop Movies, in partnership with City of Perth Parking; the pilot program for Rooftop Movies occurred in 2012, with an opening night screening of The Big Lebowski selling out in a matter of minutes. Films are sometimes accompanied by pre and post screening entertainment, such as DJs, bands or live comedy and the program includes weekly and one-off special events. In 2012, Rooftop Movies featured a special event screening of Napoleon Dynamite followed by a DJ set by Efren Ramirez who played Pedro Sanchez in the film. In 2013, Rooftop Movies hosted the Miss Universe Australia WA State Final; the space was used as a venue for Fringe World Festival 2013. Rooftop Movies features on the list of the best outdoor cinemas in the world. Official website