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Construction work this week at the Jardin Exotique site will see the closure of one of the main outbound roads in Monaco.
The government announced that due to works on the main road at the entrance to the Exotic Garden, traffic will be prohibited, in the outgoing direction, between Avenue Hector Otto and the intersection with the Albert II tunnel from Monday 13th January to Thursday 23rd January, between the hours of 10pm and 6am.
Traffic will be authorised in the direction returning to Monaco.
Both directions of traffic will also be prohibited on Boulevard du Jardin Exotique between the Albert II tunnel and the intersection with Avenue Hector Otto for three nights from Tuesday 28th January to Friday 31st January from 10pm to 6am.
The private-public building operation at Jardin Exotique will include 50 residential dwellings and a public car park of 1,820 spaces on 15 levels, and around 5,000 m² of office space.
Ferrari teammates Sebastian Vettel and Charles Leclerc nearly collided at the Bahrain Grand Prix and Vettel was clearly none too pleased with the Monegasque’s moves.
Remote working for cross-border employees was the hot topic of discussion between the Monaco government and Italy’s new Ambassador in Monaco Giulio Alaimo this week.
The National Council has passed a long-awaited bill allowing the SBM to chase bad debts incurred at its casinos – a move which could already put millions back into its coffers.
Fresh off their exciting win against Paris, Sunday’s victory against Nîmes Olympique gives AS Monaco their longest winning streak since 2016-17 and puts them firmly in the Top 5.
A rented yacht recently-arrived from Italy caught fire spectacularly off the Nice-Côte d'Azur airport on Thursday, August 17. At about 2 pm in the afternoon the crew of "If Only", a 39-metre yacht with a steel hull and aluminium superstructure, alerted the French authorities. Maritime police boats from Nice, Cagnes-sur-Mer and Antibes attended the incident. A total of 15 people on board the boat were rescued, including four crew. During the fire, a large plume of smoke was visible from the beaches and from aircraft taking off from and landing at Nice Airport. The yacht was within five miles of the coast when the fire broke out. The cause to the blaze is under investigation. Built by Dutch-based Feadship in 1974 as Wallanka, the yacht was later renamed to If Only.