Recent Articles

  • The fairy godmother of Biot culture

  • Grand Prix begins

    Forget the rumours that the petrol strike might hamper the Grand Prix… The Automobile Club of Monaco says the event will go ahead without any obstacles. If you’re still looking for tickets, however, it might not be as plain sailing with just a handful of tickets still available online. 

  • Opera de Nice unveils its dramatic new programme

    Opera de Nice has launched its 2016/17 programme and with numerous works from well-renowned contemporary composers, the establishment hopes it can attract a new audience. Among the titles to be performed are Carmen by by Bizet, Tosca by Puccini and The Magic Flute by Mozart.

  • OPINION: Did you see Coldplay last night?

    Following the biggest ever event at the Palais Nikaïa in Nice - some 55,000 people attended the Coldplay concert according to  reports - there have been some very mixed reviews about the safety and security planning at the venue. 

  • A creative Club Vivanova event

    Join Club Vivanova on 9th June for a creative evening at JOSEPH Monaco showcasing the Art Project ILLUSION with young Ukrainian artist Anna Dianova. This event offers a fantastic opportunity for Club Vivanova members and guests to relax and network in luxurious surroundings on Port Hercule with a selection of gourmet canapés and summer wines.

  • 100% success for students at the International School of Nice

    The International School of Nice is celebrating yet another year of 100% success for its students with a graduation ceremony on Friday 27th May. President of the CCI Nice Côte d’Azur Bernard Kleynhoff and Wahyd Vannoni, a marketing professor of the Hult International Business School in London, will be present at the momentous occasion to hand out the students’ scrolls. 

  • Petrol blockade by unions causes shortages and closures

    Five garages in the region have run out of fuel amid a blockade by CGT and FO union members at depot sites and refineries across the country. Petrol stations in Cannes, Mougins, Gattières, La Garde and La Seyne-sur-Mer have now closed or have partial closures.

  • Envibus suspends bus connections following death of three-year-old

    Following the tragic fatality of a three-year-old boy, who was crushed to death by an Envibus on Boulevard Wilson between Antibes and Juan-les-Pins on Friday, there will be a wreath-laying ceremony at the site today. The sombre event will have a knock-on effect on buses in the towns, with all routes expected to stop between 10am and 1pm.