Wednesday, August 15, 2018

National Council calls for traffic police, more building controls

The Council said that conditions are serious enough for some residents to consider leaving the Principality, or deciding not to move here.

Lead investigator in Unaoil case removed for gross misconduct

The long-running British investigation took a dramatic turn. Tom Martin had been a senior lawyer at the UK's Serious Fraud Office since 2014.

Prince Albert expresses condolences for victims of bridge tragedy

HSH Prince Albert and Princess Charlene reacted quickly to the terrible tragedy in Genoa and the loss of life when the Morandi viaduct collapsed,

“Alps of the Mediterranean” enters final phase for UNESCO approval

France, Monaco and Italy are jointly committed to applying for membership of UNESCO’s World Heritage sites for the cross-border “Alps of the Mediterranean.”

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.