Monaco Life

Carron II, two weeks racing in the French Riviera

Hundreds of stunning yachts filled the coastline of southern France for the Classic Yacht races these past weeks. We managed to speak to Carron II skipper Angelo Mazzarella.

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Monaco’s Atomic Energy Lab celebrates 60 years of research

For the past six decades, Monaco’s Atomic Energy Laboratory has been investigating the effects of radioactivity and pollution on marine ecosystems.

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Sportel awards winners announced

The most beautiful sports sequences and the best sports book of the year have been recognised at Tuesday night’s Sportel Awards ceremony at the Grimaldi Forum.

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Circus Festival to return with new format

The 45th Monte-Carlo International Circus Festival and the 10th New Generation Festival will unite for their return in 2022, extending the event from nine days to 11.

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The first Christmas lights go up in Monaco

It is a subject that begs the question every year: "Why is the Principality installing its festive lights so early?” Well, the answer is fairly straight forward.

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Awards to celebrate 15th anniversary of Prince's Foundation

This year’s Prince Albert Foundation's Awards will be marked by a performance of ‘The Way of the Rain – Hope for Earth’ created by Sibylle Szaggars Redford and featuring Robert Redford.

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Monaco Business Expo returns for 9th edition

Entrepreneurs who are looking at Monaco as a place to do business will come together under one roof for the Monaco Business Expo this Wednesday at the Meridian.

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Women urged to make screening a priority this October

To mark Breast Cancer Awareness Month, or Pink October, the Princess Grace Hospital has launched a campaign encouraging women to get screened for the potentially deadly disease.

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Shuttle bus to replace public lift from Monday

As part of the modernisation of public elevators and escalators in Monaco, the lift between Jardin Exotique and Hector Otto will be closed for two months starting next week.

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Bakeries join new anti-domestic violence campaign

Bread bags in Monaco will now hold something more precious than the day’s baguettes, they will also include important information for victims of domestic violence.

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Nice airport celebrates first flight using sustainable fuel

Nice airport is playing its part in the decarbonisation of air travel, on Friday staging the first Nice to Paris flight fuelled with 30% sustainable aviation fuel sourced from used cooking oil.

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“Simpler” rules for travel to UK from Monday

The UK government has introduced new international travel rules aimed at streamlining what has been an incredibly confusing system.

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Tchouaméni nets against former side in comfortable victory

An eye-catching Aurélien Tchouaméni display helped a dominant AS Monaco to a comfortable victory against Girondins de Bordeaux at a rain-drenched Stade Louis II.

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Roca team on a roll

AS Monaco basketball was on the road in Roanne for the first of three away matches, where they came away smelling like roses after an 80 to 75 victory.

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On board Azteca

Even amidst this great crypto boom, selling a €65 million superyacht for bitcoin is a unique strategy. But it's clear that the approach is generating the right interest from the right circles.

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