Friday, November 16, 2018

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.

Warning of overnight water shutdown

The State Property Authority, responsible for Monaco’s municipal housing, has notified tenants of the Helios building in the Condamine that there will be a...

Boulevard du Jardin Exotique set for renovation

The Urban Planning Department held a press briefing on the renovation of the urban networks that will take place on the Boulevard du Jardin Exotique

Prefecture bans watering of lawns

As drought conditions blight, the Alpes-Maritimes department was placed in a "severe" fire risk Saturday. The prefecture of the Alpes-Maritimes announced restrictions on the...

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.

Minister of State inspects Gardens of Apolline repairs and extensions

The Minister of State went to the Jardins d'Apolline on Monday, July 30, to see the progress of ongoing repair work for himself.

Polling station opens Sunday at 8:30, valid ID required

As the campaign trail heats up for the National Council elections on Sunday, February 11, town hall has announced one polling station will be...

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.