Saturday, September 22, 2018

French tourist escapes prison after drunk driving

A 32-year-old French businessman has escaped with a suspended sentence after his arrest for drunk-driving and criminal damage.

Violent storms caused Monaco’s power cut

An unlucky lightning strike caused a short-lived power outage in Monaco on Monday morning. Two-thirds of the territory was without electricity from 09:24.An unlucky lightning strike caused a short-lived power outage in Monaco on Monday morning. Two-thirds of the territory was without electricity from 09:24.

Harassment law fails to specify infringements

France has enacted legislation approved earlier this year that will enable significant fines where sexual harassment is committed in the streets.

Traffic experiment on Casino Square causes concern

The professionals who work in Casino Square have voiced their frustration with the experimental re-routing of local traffic.

Drivers’ strike hits Monaco bus service

The strike by a number of Monaco bus drivers is now three weeks old, with no sign of a resumption of normal service.

Destination Monaco asks for help using hashtags socially

The Prince's Government invites all stakeholders to use certain hashtags like #visitmonaco on social networks to promote Destination Monaco.

Rampoldi legendary elegance and gastronomy

Arriving to Rampoldi is already a promise to enter into one of Monte-Carlo most exclusive, private and glamorous legend

Violent storms end France’s heatwave

A large swathe of eastern France has been hit by violent storms that brought a sudden and dramatic end to the weeks-long heatwave.