Monaco Life

‘Victory travels in Louis Vuitton’

The winner of this year’s Monaco GP will be presented the victorious accolade in a Monaco-inspired Louis Vuitton trophy travel case thanks to a new multi-year partnership.

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Support local business, travel home for free

Restaurateurs and retailers in Monaco can use the lure of free taxi vouchers to draw in customers under a government-funded scheme that is also designed to support taxi drivers.

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TV Festival announces competition line-up

Productions on the storming of the US Capitol, Turkey’s gender-based violence, and the 1980s AIDS epidemic are among the contenders for this year's Monte-Carlo TV Festival Awards.

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Perks for Leclerc fans in dedicated GP stand

Fans of Charles Leclerc will be able to cheer him on from their own dedicated stand, after its inauguration was postponed last year with the cancellation of the Monaco GP.

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Workers protected in new remote working agreement

Teleworking between Monaco and Italy has become clearer and easier thanks to a new agreement signed between the two countries.

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Roca team blow Gravelines-Dunkerque out of the water

In a night for the record books, AS Monaco Basketball scored the most amount of points in a single game in their club history, stunning BCM Gravelines-Dunkerque.

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Monaco to welcome Yannick Alleno this May

The arrival of Chef Yannick Alleno, holder of nine Michelin stars, has been set for 19th May when he swings open the doors of his new restaurant at the Hermitage Hotel.

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Yannick Alleno to open restaurant this May

The arrival of Chef Yannick Alleno, holder of nine Michelin stars, has been set for 19th May when he swings open the doors of his new restaurant at the Hermitage Hotel.

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“We were the standout”

Charles Leclerc took 4th place at the Spanish GP, earning him 12 points and keeping him near the top of the heap ahead of his homecoming race in Monaco on 23rd May.

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What’s up with AS Monaco?

AS Monaco are back in the number three spot in Ligue 1 after a 1-0 win over Reims. But the club has everyone guessing over their bizarre #DigitalRedOut campaign.

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MonacoTech forms new partnership

MonacoTech has signed another collaborative deal designed to boost opportunities for its start-ups, this time with the green-focussed APUI incubator at IMT Lille Douai in France.

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Last-lap pass wins Monaco E-Prix for da Costa

Defending champion Antonio Felix da Costa won a dramatic Monaco E-Prix on Saturday after taking the lead in the final lap.

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New psychiatric centre on track for 2022 completion

Health authorities have taken stock of the progress of a new psychiatry day centre for youth in Beausoleil. The much-needed establishment is due for completion by next September.

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Who is likely to be self-employed in Monaco?

Men are more than twice as likely to be independent contractors as women in Monaco, according to new figures by IMSEE. The report also highlights some other interesting trends.

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Outdoor landscape competition kicks off

The Garden Festival starts this weekend, featuring beautiful designs by landscape artists from across the world in a series of displays spread across the French Riviera.

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