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Stephanie Horsman

Stephanie has been a writer for more than 20 years, with a career that has taken her from Los Angeles to New York and finally to Europe. In addition to news, she has also written for television, advertising and radio.

Author’s Articles

Demolition of illegal Château de Saint-Jeannet development has begun

After a demolition order was ignored by the property's owners for more than a decade, the Prefecture of the Alpes-Maritimes has stepped in and begun pulling down several illegally built structures at...

Monaco to mark International Women’s Rights Day with innovative ‘PowHer’ event

Women in business, women in sport, women in the arts... Coinciding with International Women's Rights Day in March, the Principality is to celebrate the exceptional achievements and ambitions of its...

Art inspiring action: Philippe Pastor takes his message to St. Moritz

Monegasque artist Philippe Pastor has teamed up with the Princess Charlene Foundation and the Robilant + Voena Art Gallery for an exceptional exhibit, Bleu Pastor, that has taken the message of his...

Explained: Behind the scenes of Monaco’s civil service

More than 5,000 people are employed by the civil service in Monaco, with 75% stationed in government departments and one in four holding Monegasque citizenship.

Orchestre des Carabiniers du Prince to launch new album at sold out charity concert

The funds raised at the gala event will benefit the numerous projects and programmes backed by the Princess Charlene Foundation.

Women of Monaco Lunch to celebrate International Women’s Rights Day in March

A special Women of Monaco luncheon held in honour of International Women's Rights Day on 8th March is to champion the thriving and supportive community of women of all ages and backgrounds that...