Recent Articles

  • French labour law reform

    During his presidential campaign, Emmanuel Macron announced his plans for significant reforms to France’s labour laws.

  • An international Christmas in Beaulieu

    St Michael’s Church in Beaulieu-sur-Mer is extending a welcome to members of the international religious community throughout the Christmas period.

  • 'Tis the season at the Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild

    The magical setting of the Villa Ephrussi de Rothschild becomes a winter wonderland this festive season with the 'Tis the Season: Diva Opera’s Christmas Show on Saturday 16th December.

  • Corsica from the Côte

    Early risers on the coast this morning might have caught a glimpse of a rare sight on the horizon: the silhouette of Cap Corse in Corsica, around 100 nautical miles away.

  • ‘A new period in history’ for Cannes Film Festival

    Organisers of the world’s most famous film event, the Festival de Cannes, have announced the dates of the 2018 edition: Tuesday 8th to Saturday 19th May. Festival president Pierre Lescure also revealed, the festival is ‘beginning a new period in its history’ that will ‘question the cinema of our age’.

  • Local government to respond to public concerns

    On Wednesday 6th December, the Alpes-Maritimes’ Prefect, Georges-François Leclerc, will be taking to Twitter to host a live question-answer session with the region’s residents. The theme of the event: major risks.

  • #MeToo rally in Nice

    Since October, the #MeToo hashtage has been sweeping across the internet as people around the world denounce sexual assault and harassment. This coming Saturday, a rally is taking place in Place Masséna in Nice under the same banner as part of United Nations' International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women.

  • No Finish Line 2017

    After 194 hours of constant running, the 18th edition of Monaco’s No Finish Line came to a close on Sunday 19th November in the presence of Prince Albert II, who turned out to support participants and the event despite ongoing celebrations of the principality’s National Day.

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