Monaco Life

Set the date: Princess Charlene's charity golf tournament

The second edition of the Princess of Monaco Cup golf tournament will take place in September at the prestigious Monte-Carlo Golf Club and end in the iconic Casino Square.

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Italy next to receive first tranche of EU funding

As part of its pandemic-recovery plan, the European Commission has given Italy €24.9 billion in pre-financing, money that will go towards the country’s green and digital transitions.

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Interviews: Carrie and Alex Vik

We talk to locals Carrie and Alex Vik about their passion for art and wine, how Covid has impacted their international hotels, and what their favourite night out in Monaco looks like.

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Var blaze claims two lives

The fire in the hinterland of Saint-Tropez has claimed 6,300 hectares and two lives as of Thursday morning with no sign of containment, though hopes are high.

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"We have the capacity to welcome with dignity"

More than 200 Afghan nationals under threat from the Taliban in Kabul have arrived in France, as President Emmanuel Macron says "We owe it to you, welcome".

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Luxury travel in a post-pandemic world

Should tourism return to “normal”, or has the pandemic presented an opportunity for us to rethink how we experience this planet? We ask Geoffrey Kent of luxury travel company Abercrombie & Kent.

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World Amateur Theatre Festival has begun

Now in its 17th year, the World Amateur Theatre Festival was opened on Tuesday with much fanfare and a host of local personalities.

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"The worst has been avoided, but the battle continues.”

French President Emmanuel Macron left his holiday at Fort Brégançon on Tuesday to see first-hand the wildfire situation in the Var, which he described as a consequence of climate change.

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Down but not out

The Red and Whites couldn’t quite pull off the win on Tuesday night in their Champions League match against Shakhtar Donetsk, but they still have another chance next week.

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Netflix co-founder announces major new digital investment

Mitch Lowe, co-founder of Netflix, has joined the $3.5 million investment fund UseCrypt. The announcement took place during the project's launch at the Yacht Club of Monaco.

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Prince’s Foundation takes stunning exhibition to Italy

The Prince Albert II of Monaco Foundation's photography exhibition, highlighting the beauty of the natural world and the impact of humans, will be taken to Rome this September.

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Wildfire ravages the Var

Firefighters are battling a massive wildfire that has so far claimed over 5,000 hectares in the Var, forcing evacuations and destroying properties.

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Which shopping centres now request a health pass?

One of the Riviera’s most popular shopping centres will not require customers to present a health pass, however furniture giant Ikea hasn’t been so lucky.

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Famed harpist performing this month

Harpist Sylvain Blassel is playing two shows in August in Monaco and Beaulieu-sur-Mer where he is sure to dazzle audiences with his unique style and unusual musical choices.

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Rokit Venturi Racing ends season with victory in Berlin

Monaco-based Rokit Venturi Racing concluded its Season 7 campaign in dramatic style as Norman Nato stormed to a dominant maiden victory in the Formula E World Championship.

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