90 years of the Monument aux Morts

The vast Monument aux Morts de Nice will mark its 90th anniversary today with a grand ceremony commemorating the 2,000 Niçois who died during World War I as well as those lost to the UK, USA, Italy and France as a whole.Read more

Seasonal festivals

From the circus to fruits and flowers... Riviera Insider presents the first festivals of 2018. Read more

Ville de Nice shuts access to coast

Ensuing bad weather conditions have led the Ville de Nice to close access to certain parts of the city’s coastline from 2pm today.Read more

French labour law reform

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

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.Read more

#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.Read more

Avalanches & storm warnings

The French Riviera and Corsica have been placed on yellow storm alert ahead of continuing adverse conditions. Stormy weather – including violent thunder and lightning – is the main cause of concern, but the sudden and heavy snowfall in the Mercantour and Southern Alps may give way to avalanches in some zones.Read more

Snow falls on the Southern Alps

Ski stations and mountain sides in the south of France have had their first taste of the winter with snow fall up to 30 centimetres deep in some areas.Read more

Beaches demolished in JLP

The demolition of 10 private beaches in Juan-les-Pins began in earnest this week and will continue over the next three months. The pontoon off the Plage Estérel was the first to go on Tuesday.Read more

Lorgues: terre de vins

“A grouping of friends who share the same passion”: this is how Prince Félix von Luxembourg explains the recently founded associations of 12 winemakers from the area surrounding the village of Lorgues in Provence. The members* make the best quality wines — cru classé — and their president is the 33-year-old prince, who owns Château Les Crostes. Read more

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