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Princess Charlene’s water mission is taken to northern France

The Princess Charlene Foundation's mission continues in the north of France, where teams are helping to teach beach-loving tourists the skills that could one day save their lives.

France introduces strict wine labelling rules at bars, restaurants

Bars and restaurants in France must now indicate the origin of the wines they offer to consumers, whether by the glass, pichet or bottle. Failure to do so will attract a hefty fine.

Westermann departs as Roca Team welcomes more arrivals

AS Monaco Basketball captain Léo Westermann has left after just a year at the club, as the Principality continue to mould their side ahead of the season.

New expo celebrates the tastes and talents of the Med

The first ever Monaco Mediterranée Salon is set to be held in September, bringing together the best of Monaco, France, Italy, Spain, Lebanon, Greece and Turkey.

France creates task force amid ‘historic’ drought

The French government has activated a crisis task force to coordinate efforts to alleviate the impacts of a "historic" drought exacerbated by a third extreme heatwave of the summer. 

Michelin star chefs creating passenger meals for Air France

Air France has unveiled new Michelin-starred menus for premium class passengers providing a more luxurious… and sustainable… experience.

Lifestyle & Wellbeing

Princess Charlene’s water mission is taken to northern France

The Princess Charlene Foundation's mission continues in the north of France, where teams are helping to teach beach-loving tourists the skills that could one day save their lives.

France introduces strict wine labelling rules at bars, restaurants

Bars and restaurants in France must now indicate the origin of the wines they offer to consumers, whether by the glass, pichet or bottle. Failure to do so will attract a hefty fine.

Interview: Samy Sass on his new restaurant, The Niwaki

Almost 30 years after the opening of Monaco’s most iconic night venue Sass Café, Samy Sass has embraced his love of Japan to create a new restaurant, The Niwaki, a place that he says was...

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Monaco to welcome stars from the world of athletics

Olympic and World champions will descend on the Stade Louis II on Wednesday for the Herculis Diamond League meeting in what promises to be a dazzling evening of elite athletics.

Holiday fun: mini-golf reopens after eco-makeover

The entire ground surface around the clay playgrounds has been replaced by an ecological, recyclable, permeable and natural coating called Urbalith - a first in Monaco.

Enjoy the “Monaco Sunday Experience”

Brand retailers are among the very few businesses in Monaco that don’t go on holidays for the whole four weeks of August.

What’s on: Cinema under the stars in August

The Monaco Open Air Cinema has a full schedule of amazing movies this month, ranging from family-friendly to blockbusters and everything in between.

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