Wednesday, September 26, 2018

Hit and run driver released on bail

A drunken motorist whose failure to stop resulted in Monaco police officers firing shots at the tyres of his car has been released on bail.

Unemployed Nice residents jailed for Gucci fraud

Two Nice residents have appeared in front of Monaco’s Criminal Court charged with theft involving top-end Gucci clothing.

Liberation to be marked on September 3

The 74th anniversary of the Liberation of the Principality will be marked by a Remembrance Ceremony on September 3 at the cemetery of Monaco.

End of holiday traffic blues expected around Monaco

The last weekend of August will see major congestion on French motorways, particularly along the Riviera. Delays and jams can be expected from Thursday.

Furious French drivers destroy more speed cameras

The introduction of lower speed limits on French roads has caused an upsurge in vandalism, the French press reports.

Public fireworks vote favours Bulgaria over Portugal

Bulgaria was chosen as the public's winner in the 2018 Fireworks Festival, after the official jury awarded first place to Portugal.

UK billionaire Sir Jim Radcliffe moves to Monaco

UK billionaire Sir Jim Radcliffe is to become a Monaco resident. His company, Ineos, has almost 20,000 employees in 24 countries.

Flags fly at half-mast in solidarity with Genoa

Monaco’s Government ordered that all flags on state properties be lowered to half-mast in solidarity with Italy’s day or mourning for Genoa.