Monaco Life

Monaco mourns the loss of local icon Kate Powers

Kate Powers, co-founder of the Stars n’ Bars restaurant in Monaco and one of the Principality’s most beloved adopted citizens, has died after a brief illness.

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France mandates health passes for certain workers

As of Monday 30th August, French workers in close contact with the public must now carry health passes as the government continues its controversial vaccination strategy.

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Belgian GP a literal wash out

The Belgian Grand Prix on Sunday was a complete disaster, marred by torrential rains, long delays and a dogged determination by officials to declare a winner despite no one actually racing.

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AS Monaco get first win of the season

After being eliminated from the Champions League last week, AS Monaco came back fighting against Troyes at Stade de l’Aube, securing their first Ligue 1 victory of the season.

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Monaco Yacht Summit releases speaker list

The Monaco Yacht Summit, part of the run-up to the upcoming Monaco Yacht Show, will be featuring big names in the industry who will offer insights on the trends and future of superyachting.

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Three quarters of population now vaccinated

More than 75% of the Monaco population has now received at least one vaccination against Covid-19.

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France: "Worst has been avoided" in 4th wave thanks to vaccines

France's Olivier Veran says the “worst has been avoided” in the fourth wave of Covid, however he warned even the fully vaccinated are increasingly becoming infected with the virus.

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Cyclist Chris Froome joins Board of Factor Bikes

Monaco-based professional cyclist Chris Froome has joined with Point King Capital and Skip Capital to invest in Factor Bikes, and has signed on to the company’s Board of Directors.

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SBM donates fountain coins to Fight AIDS Monaco

The Société des Bains de Mer has handed over 115kg of coins collected in four fountains at the Carré d'Or to Fight Aids Monaco, equalling about €3,500 for the Princess Stephanie-led charity.

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European Commission hands €289 million to Lithuania

The European Commission has given €289 million to Lithuania in pre-financing to kick-start investment and reform measures in the country as part of a major EU pandemic recovery plan.

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Back-to-school “as normal as possible” in France

Here is what a return to school will look like for students in France this September.

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Booster recommended for over-65s

France’s medical regulator has announced its recommendation of a third dose of the Covid vaccine for people over 65 as well as for those with pre-existing conditions.

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Red and Whites eliminated from Champions League playoffs

Despite playing well, AS Monaco could only manage a draw with Shakhtar Donetsk Wednesday night, nudging them out of the Champions League playoffs with a final score of two all.

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Spain receives its share of EU RRF funding

Spain is among the first countries to receive its share of a €723.8 billion pandemic recovery fund, taking control of €9 billion in pre-financing. Like all Member States receiving the first tranche of money, the funding issued by the European Commission is equivalent to 13% of the country’s financial allocation under the Recovery and […]

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Monaco Red Cross sending aid to Haiti

The Monaco Red Cross has offered €50,000 to support the International Red Cross to assist in aiding the Haitian population who suffered a massive earthquake on 14th August.

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