Tuesday, August 14, 2018

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      Violent storms caused Monaco’s power cut

      Lightning storm
      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

      New road layout being set up in Casino Square in Monte Carlo.
      The professionals who work in Casino Square have voiced their frustration with the experimental re-routing of local traffic.

      Madonna throws weight behind Ocean Gala

      Monaco ocean
      Madonna will be one of the event chairs at the Monte Carlo Gala for the Global Ocean, an event to be presided over by HSH Prince Albert.

      Drivers’ strike hits Monaco bus service

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

      UK tax collector to hold Monaco roadshow

      HMRC logo
      HMRC (HM Revenue and Customs), will be holding a roadshow in the Principality to raise awareness of two important changes to UK tax legislation.

      Monaco’s footballers celebrate great start to season

      Monaco FC
      AS Monaco had a very encouraging start to the Ligue 1 season with a 3-1 victory away against Nantes on Saturday, August 11.

      French government takes plastic recycling step further

      Plastic bottle on beach
      The French government, aiming for a 100% goal for recycled plastics by 2025, wants to encourage consumers to favour products made from recycled materials.
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