Cargo ship fined for dumping diesel

Customs plane caught culprit redhandedRead more

Draconian anti-tobacco measures in place

The Italian Minister of Health, Girolamo Sirchia, has stormed into 2005 with draconian new measures that came into force yesterday to further stop people smoking in public places. They are in addition to last year’s regulations which banned smoking in closed public areas such as shops, shopping centres, waiting rooms in train stations and so on.Read more

Sales start tomorrow

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Airport posts steady growth for 2004

Bumpy ride for domestic traffic but international flights up 7.1 per centRead more

Chemical attack scare

Over 350 men and women deployed at Nice Airport yesterday morningRead more

Abducted boys in Les Adrets still not found

Prison for woman who claims she was a mediator between the parentsRead more

Watch out on the roads today

Police mount extra surveillance at major junctions as number of deaths riseRead more

Safest year in the air since 1944

For all of those who fly regularly between the Riviera and their home country, the good news is that 2004 was the safest year for flying since 1944. There were 150 accidents which resulted in 760 deaths, representing a drop of 37 per cent compared to 2003. The figures were released in a report by the Geneva-based Bureau d’archives des accidents aéronautiques (BAAA).Read more

Foie gras scare

Two batches from Auchan are contaminated with ListeriaRead more

Lucky escape for two British tourists

The message is ‘keep your car doors locked at all times’Read more

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