Tuesday, September 18, 2018

State offers new kitchen appliances to tenants

Many tenants, who are Monegasques, had to live elsewhere when renovation work was undertaken, and needed to store furniture and kitchen appliances.

Famous architect offers bridge design – for free

The famous international architect Renzo Piano has offered to design a new bridge to replace the collapsed Morandi Bridge in Genoa, free of charge.

Monaco’s soon-to-be-opened conference centre makes the news

The One Monte Carlo Conference Centre will open in early 2019 as part of the new Monte-Carlo Société des Bains de Mer complex, citmagazine notes.

Benetton-owned company told to pay more for bridge disaster

“Given the exorbitant profits that this group has made for years, this envelope could be quadrupled or quintupled," the Prime Minister said.

Thirty percent of concrete structures in France “unsafe”

Reinforced concrete bridges, mainly built in the fifties and sixties, are the most vulnerable, say many experts, who are alarmed by a lack of maintenance.

Beausoleil offramp opening approved

After years of delay, the French authorities have now approved a scheme to reopen an offramp on the A8 that will be welcomed by Monaco drivers.

Peace and Sport making inroads in Africa

Peace and Sport will hold the 2018 Friendship Games in Bujumbura, Burundi from August 17 to 19, with the cooperation of the National Olympic Committee.

Night-time imaging of Monaco’s lights gives pause for reflection

The Government, based on the expertise of a Specialised Design Office, has initiated a study of public and private lighting in the Principality