Monday, September 17, 2018

Menton and Monaco suffer damage from high winds and downpour

Trees fell and blocked roads, mainly on more exposed higher ground, and several roofs were damaged. A gas mains was ruptured

Baroness to hold three-day sale for charity at Fairmont

Baroness Marianne Brandstetter is offering part of her collection of clothes, shoes and accessories in a charity sale to take place over three days in Monaco.

Terrestrial TV service stops end of October

From October 29, 2018, the 19 Digital Terrestrial Television channels offered to users whose TV is directly connected to a wall outlet will no longer be accessible.

Princess and Minister of State attend Bastille Day celebrations

In the presence of HSH Princess Stephanie, Serge Telle, Minister of State, attended a reception hosted by Her Excellency Ms. Marine De Carné-Trécesson.

Nice, and France, remember the tragic events of Bastille Day two...

The tragedy of Nice on Bastille Day, 2016, remains etched in the memory. As France celebrates the preface to its bloody Revolution, few will forget July 14, 2016.

Monaco takes co-presidency of International Initiative for Coral Reefs

In the presence of HSH Prince Albert, France handed over the chairmanship of the International Coral Reef Initiative (ICRI) to Monaco, Australia and Indonesia.

John Olsen conviction overturned by appeal court

The conviction of Mr John Olsen, the director of JP Construction SARL, for fraudulent bankruptcy, delivered by the Monaco Criminal Court, was overturned on appeal.

Memorial plaque emphasises Menton’s historic ties with Monaco

A memorial stone has been unveiled in Menton in homage to eight Monaco citizens who died in an epic naval encounter on October 7, 1571, the Battle of Lepanto.