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The latest local and international news and information for expats in France, the French Riviera and the Côte d’Azur.
French prosecutors open inquiry into Macron campaign financing Paris prosecutors have launched an inquiry into the origins of thousands of euros donated to President Emmanuel Macron's election campaign last year, a legal source told AFP on Tuesday.
I am proud that so many EU citizens have chosen to bring their talents, energy and friendship to our country. You are profoundly wrong to denigrate them as queue jumpers, and by extension all the British people who have legally made their lives in the EU https://t.co/XFtdLNgMPJ
‘Almost 50 employers have already cited Brexit as reason for cutting 21,000 jobs and we have lost £42 billion in inward investment since the referendum result, equivalent to a further 24,000 new jobs.’ Well said ⁦@DeborahMeaden⁩
Ryanair passengers hit with £55 fees after website crash makes it impossible to check-in online https://t.co/35Nes0IxV6
Barclays named best private bank in Monaco Barclays was named Best Private Bank in Monaco at the 2018 Global Private Banking Awards
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Chefs World Summit comes to Monaco Two-day of experts' conferences and workshops at Grimaldi Forum. between 25th and 27th November.
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Get a taste for Monte-Carlo Gastronomie, Monaco Monte-Carlo Gastronomie offers visitors the opportunity to discover, taste and buy a variety of products just before the start of the festive season in Monaco.
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Moscow National Ballet brings The Nutcracker to Monaco BerinArt, Grimaldi Forum Monaco and the Grand Moscow Classical State Ballet of Natalia Kasatkina and Vladimir Vasilyov will present the enchanting ballet production of “The Nutcracker” by P.I.Tchaikovsky. The show will take place between 28th and 30th December. Being one of the most popular ballets in the world, The Nutcracker ...
As Monaco owner Dimitri Rybolovlev charged A Monaco magistrate has filed charges against Dimitri Rybolovlev, the Russian tycoon who owns AS Monaco football club.
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I have been jumping the queue for 18 years now, teaching your kids mathematics and physics ...I am incandescent with rage, Theresa May https://t.co/IwWlvNJKav
Map: In which part of rural France are the most pesticides used? An association in France has produced a map that reveals where in the country the most pesticides are used and in particular which department in France is most dependent on the controversial cancer-causing weedkiller glyphosate.
The Local has 7,000 reasons to celebrate the first anniversary of Membership This time last year we asked readers to support us by becoming Members. This marked a new adventure for us, and we are thrilled that so far 7,000 of you have joined us on the ride.
French police dislodge 'yellow vest' fuel tax protesters French police moved to dislodge protesters blocking roads and fuel depots on Tuesday as the government took a harder line on the so-called “yellow vest” movement against environmental taxes on fuel.
LATEST: French police dislodge fuel protesters as movement wanes (for now) Protesters angry over high fuel taxes were back out on the roads across France on Tuesday for a fourth day however numbers had dropped to around 10,000. The French government has asked police to clear the road blocks while the interior minister blasted a radicalisation of the movement.
French university fees for non-EU students set to rocket University fees for students outside of the EU, which would include Brits after Brexit, are set to shoot up by as much as 16 times the current cost, the French prime minister has announced.
Thugs, racists, anarchists or mostly ordinary folk? Who are France's 'yellow vest' protesters? France's "yellow vest" fuel protesters have been labelled as "thugs", "anarchists", "racists" and "extremists", but that doesn't paint a fair picture of the highly-visible people who have been manning the barricades for the last four days.
Calls and texts from France to other EU states to drop steeply The price of phone calls and sending texts from France to people in other EU member states is set to drop in spring 2019. But will Britons get to benefit?
No proof of tax fraud by auto titan Carlos Ghosn in France, minister says The French government said Tuesday it had found no evidence that auto boss Carlos Ghosn, who heads the Renault-Nissan-Mitsubishi alliance, had cheated on his taxes in France.
Move aside, Dominic Raab, Jezza has your market in Brexit idiocy cornered. https://t.co/dgbugknmVO
French universities to lure foreign students with more English courses France has announced plans to simplify visa procedures, reform tuition fees and boost English courses at French universities in an effort to more than double the number of foreign students over the next decade.
#UPDATE Carlos Ghosn's arrest and his likely dismissal from Nissan, as well as possibly from Mitsubishi and Renault, has sent shockwaves through the auto industry https://t.co/qvmX5eR6I8
Societe Generale to pay $1.34 billion fine for sanctions violations: Federal Reserve https://t.co/BZ2UFh5Elb https://t.co/0MZH3u9jiN
No Waze: France to stop drivers from revealing locations of police checks on GPS apps France will soon prevent drivers from using GPS navigation apps like Waze and Coyote to share information with fellow motorists about where police roadside checks are taking place.
French anti-fuel tax protesters plan to bring Paris to a standstill France's nationwide 'yellow vest' protest movement is planning to unite and descend on Paris on Saturday in an attempt to bring the French capital to a standstill.
Five bizarre French words you need to know When you’re learning another language there are some words and expressions you need to know and then are those that you want to know simply because they're so bizarre. Here are five of the best.
French fuel protests marred by death, injuries as well as homophobic and racist abuse France's "yellow vest" protests over the last three days have been marred by demonstrators being killed and injured, but also by incidents at road blocks that saw some drivers targeted by racist or homophobic abuse. In some cases protesters fought among themselves.
French prosecutors open official probe into PSG 'racial profiling' claims Prosecutors in France opened a probe on Monday
into claims that talent scouts at French Champions Paris Saint-Germain subjected recruits to racial
profiling, breaking anti-discrimination laws.
'Apple, pay your taxes!': Protest greets US tech giant's Champs-Élysées launch The launch of an Apple store on the Champs Elysees in Paris was greeted Sunday by a protest against the US multinational's controversial fiscal practices.
Monaco hosts 2018 FIA GT Championship World Finals The Monte Carlo Bay hotel played host, this weekend, to the inaugural FIA-certified Gran Turismo Championship 2018 World Finals in Monaco.
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