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All six members of the editorial staff of the privately-owned radio station Radio Monaco have been told they will no longer have jobs from the end of this year, several news sources report. Two other posts will also go.
Radio Monaco, owned by Gildo Pallanca-Pastor, broadcasts from Menton to St-Tropez and was due to celebrate its tenth anniversary in 2017.
One employee, quoted by 20 Minutes, denounced the “extreme brutality” of the firings.
Station manager Richard Borfiga said that Radio Monaco “will keep four people.” Gildo Pallanca-Pastor, owner of electric vehicle firm Venturi, is reported to be seeking ways to keep the loss-making station on the air.
Breast cancer awareness organisation Pink Ribbon Monaco is hosting its 10th Pink Ribbon Walk in February, encouraging participants to turn out in their pinkest kit to exercise for charity.
An overview of the Monaco Red Cross has shown that while it was called upon heavily due to Covid in 2021, it still managed to revamp and modernise with the aim of heading into a brighter future.
The torch has been passed from Sergey Dyadechko to Aleksej Fedoricsev, marking the end of an unequivocally successful reign as chairman, upon which the latter now looks to build.
Prince Albert was joined by his children Prince Jacques and Princess Gabriella for the annual boat burning ceremony of Sainte Devoté on a chilly, but clear evening on Wednesday.