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“We must be ambitious”

Having secured his first victory as Monaco manager, Philippe Clement told Monaco Life that he expects a tough challenge on Sunday, especially given his side’s difficulties on the road this season.

No vaccine pass needed in Monaco

Monaco will not introduce a vaccine pass, which has been deemed constitutional in France and will take affect on Monday 24th January. However, the pass will still be required for residents crossing the border.

Change of command marks new era for Prince’s Carabinieri

Lieutenant-Colonel Gilles Convertini has officially handed over command of the Carabinieri Corps to Commander Martial Pied, marking the end of 38 years of service under two Princes of Monaco.

Natural cosmetics company joins forces with OceanoScientific

Monaco-based designer of cosmetic actives Exsymol has signed a partnership with OceanoScientific Expeditions, which will in part help protect organisms living in little explored coral reefs.

Marc Vassallo stepping in as new Secretary General

The position of Secretary General in the Prince’s government, left open by the retirement of Robert Colle, is being filled by the current Deputy Secretary General, Marc Vassallo.

France to ease Covid measures in February

French Prime Minister Jean Castex has outlined the plan for the gradual lifting of Covid restrictions next month, despite the country still seeing extremely high case numbers.  

National Council looks to a positive 2022

During his annual address to the press, National Council President Stéphane Valeri was optimistic for 2022, saying "there are reasons to hope that we can get back to a quasi-normal life.”

Government reactivates financial support measures

Businesses that are suffering an economic loss under the fifth wave of the pandemic will once again receive assistance from the government.