Monday, September 23, 2019

      Government/Civic

      Fautrier takes new position with Prince’s government

      Prince Albert has appointed Bernard Fautrier as Special Adviser on Environmental Issues. The placement means he will stepdown from his position as Vice-President and CEO of the Prince’s foundation, and hand over the reins to Olivier Wenden.

      Housing and quality of life top autumn agenda

      National Council President Stéphane Valeri has marked the return of council with a press conference highlighting quality of life, housing, and prioritising Monegasques and residents as among the major topics on the autumn agenda.

      First residents move back in Jardins d’Apolline

      Residents of Jardins d’Apolline’s Block D are now invited to move back into their newly renovated flats. The remaining blocks are due for completion in 2020.

      Local school goes green

      The project, undertaken by the Public Buildings Maintenance Department, produces upwards of 1,000 litres of hot water per day, enough for the daily requirements of the school.

      Monaco introduces a new Maternity Record Book

      Expectant mothers insured by the State are now going to receive the updated version of the Maternity Record Book (Carnet de Maternité) from the State Medical Benefits Office.

      World Patient Safety Day

      Monaco has taken part in the WHO's World Patient Safety Day, which aims is to raise the bar for health care workers in improving safety and care.

      Diplomatic relations now open between the Principality and Namibia

      A joint accord has been signed establishing diplomatic ties between Monaco and Namibia.

      Gamerdinger meets with PACA Regional Health Agency

      Minister of Social Affairs and Health Didier Gamerdinger has met with a delegation from the Regional Agency of Health Provence-Alpes-Côte d’Azur to discuss the future of health care in the Principality.