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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

School vegetable gardens are thriving in Monaco

More than 2,000 children enrolled in Monaco's public education system regularly help tend the school-based vegetable gardens.

‘The Cold is Getting Hot’: International experts to unite in Monaco for polar-focused conference

The international event will place a heavy focus on not only documenting and acknowledging the plight of the poles, but also the need to prioritise research and concrete policies that will ensure...

More than 250 state-owned apartments newly allocated under Monaco’s National Housing Plan

Following a call for applications last autumn, the Monaco Government has announced that 254 state-owned homes have been allocated to Monegasques and their families under the National Housing Plan. 

Prince Albert draws attention to nature’s plight at Mediterranean Water Forum

Prince Albert opened the international event with a discourse on the importance of “the very origin of water” that took the focus away from industrial projects and instead spotlighted endangered...

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French driving licences go digital

The new digital driving licences will be accepted as an alternative to traditional physical copies in scenarios such as roadside checks by police.

France: Three days of train strikes to wreak havoc on travel by rail

Up to 90% of SNCF ticket inspectors across the country are expected to stage a walkout from Friday 16th to Sunday 18th February.