Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Two gardeners ‘guilty’ in weedkiller poisoning case

The two gardeners were sentenced to a fine of 2,000 euros each, suspended. The Director of Urban Planning and the Head of the Garden Section were acquitted.

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.

Four-month suspended sentence for drunk driver

A French drunk driver who asked directions from police officers was handed a four-month jail sentence, suspended, on Monday by Monaco’s Criminal Court.

Emma brings her dancing passion to Monaco

Emma Wilkinson started dancing at the age of four in Surrey, UK, first with ballet and then all other dance forms, as well as singing.

Monaco-based IAAF links up with mountain runners

2021 will be a milestone year for trail and mountain running, with the inauguration of the IAAF World Trail and Mountain Running Championships.

Mayor distances himself from false Facebook page

A false Facebook page has been set up in the name of Monaco Mayor Georges Marsan, the local French-language Monaco Matin reports.

Hands-on celebration of World First Aid Day

The Monegasque Red Cross has decided to celebrate World First Aid Day by holding an open-door day on September 8, at the Chapiteau de Fontvieille.

Conference planned to stem rise in road haulage

Christian Estrosi is calling on France, Italy and Europe as a whole to rethink the way in which the international transport of goods is conducted.