Spend a glamorous and fun evening while raising serious funds. The local Anglophone cancer charity Mimosa Matters is pulling out all the stops for a truly magical evening with all the glitter and glamour befitting the French Riviera. Their annual black-tie charity gala is one of their biggest fundraising events and a great excuse to get fancy and have 'ball' at the same time. This year they are going all-out with a Masquerade Ball at the Hotel Negresco on 30 March. Tickets are still available!
Our expert lawyer gives good information on contractual labour laws and what rights you have as a foreign worker.
January and February, right in the depths of winter, can be the dreariest of months. Throughout northern Europe, a deep chill has set-in, people stay indoors to hide from the cold and sunshine is but daydream for many. Fortunately for us, the French Riviera offers a more temperate climate and bright sunshine almost every day. Not only can we still enjoy the outdoors, but thanks to our microclimate, the region comes alive with vibrant yellow mimosas, citrus fruits galore and little violets for all sorts of delicacies.
For the third year in a row, the International Car Show of Monaco (SIAM), will take place from 28 February to 3 March, on Quai Albert Ier. The prestigious car show will be displaying some of the best and rarest high-class cars, from the ultimate luxury cars to the fastest race cars.
With the February holidays upon us, many are set to depart this weekend for destinations both near and far. For those planning an 'easy' trip to Italy, there may be a need to reorganise your departure. A national train strike is scheduled for 8 - 9 February. Here we look at the details because the strike does not concern all trains. Either way, it's confusing.
Technology is wonderful, but today’s parents never faced growing up with their lives posted permanently to the World Wide Web. Schools are now teaching parents about the web and why it is important to be vigilant. An article from our magazine.
In partnership with the Monegasque Athletics Federation (F.M.A.), the 8th annual Pink Ribbon Monaco Walk, part of the Monaco Run, will be held on Sunday 17 February 2019. The event is aimed at supporting prevention and increasing awareness of breast cancer.
Brexit has British expats in a state of limbo. With no amicable deal on the horizon and France going ahead with their ‘no deal’ back-up plan, there are so many questions that have yet to be answered.
The British Embassy in Paris is organising a series of regional information meetings across France. For the Côte d'Azur, the British Embassy Citizens Outreach in Cannes will be holding one of these informational meetings on 31 January. Another meeting will be held in Monaco on 19 February.