Monaco Life

EU hits 70% vaccination milestone

The European Commission has announced that, as of the end of August, 70% of the adult population of the European Union has been fully vaccinated against Covid-19.

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Masters Padel Tournament coming to Monaco

The APT Padel Tour has chosen Monaco as a location to host a leg on their international tournament schedule and fans of the wildly popular sport will get a chance to get in on the action.

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Monaco ballet company welcomes two new dancers

As the new season is set to begin, the Ballets de Monte-Carlo has announced the addition of two new dancers - Jerome and Laura Tisserand.

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What is Monaco doing to achieve cleaner air?

Tuesday marks International Clean Air Day for Blue Skies, an initiative to raise awareness of air quality issues and the impact of air pollution on humanity and the environment.

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Prince donates €1 million to Ireland’s Old Library during visit

Prince Albert took his children on their first official visit to Ireland last week where he met with President Michael Higgins and was recognised for his generous donation to Trinity College.

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Monaco backs global agreement to tackle marine plastic pollution

With the volume of plastics flowing into the ocean set to triple by 2040, Monaco is among the countries calling for an international convention to control the making and disposal of plastics.

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Leclerc “not completely happy” with Dutch Grand Prix

It was a good showing for Team Ferrari’s Charles Leclerc and Carlos Sainz Jr this weekend at the Dutch Grand Prix, though neither driver was satisfied with their finishes.

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Monaco marks 77th anniversary of its liberation

The Mairie hosted a commemoration ceremony for the liberation of Monaco on 3rd September, paying tribute to the brave men and women who helped free the Principality from Axis-power control.

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Roca team takes “friendly” win in Athens

AS Monaco Basketball, playing in Athens for the Bwin Tournament Against Covid-19, had a last-minute substation for opponents, but were clearly up for the challenge, beating Peristeri 90 to 78.

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Peaceful protest puts spotlight on health pass

In what is a very rare sight in Monaco, hundreds of people took to the streets on Saturday to protest against the mandatory health pass in the Principality.

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Princess of Monaco rushed to hospital in South Africa

Princess Charlene is in a “reassuring state” after being admitted to hospital in South Africa, the Palace has confirmed.

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New Covid variant could be more resistant to vaccine

The World Health Organisation has published a report declaring that a new “variant of interest”, which they are calling Mu, may be able to sidestep the vaccine. Move over Delta, there’s a new Covid variant in town and the World Health Organisation (WHO) warns this one may be able to resist current […]

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Autumn events coming to Espace Léo Ferré

The Espace Léo Ferré returns this autumn giving audiences an excellent range of entertainment options from music to comedy.

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Back to school protocol outlined for Monaco

When students in Monaco return to school on Monday, little will change in terms of health protocol, says the government, especially when it comes to the health pass.

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Rentrée under Covid cloud in France

It’s back-to-school for France’s 12 million plus students, who need to adhere to a raft of Covid-prevention rules befitting the level two alert status of the nation.

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