19th No Finish Line marathon winners

The last lap with Amara Sy and the Princesse of HanovreThe 19th edition of the immensely successful charity race came to a close this weekend after a difficult few days due to stormy weather. But spirits were high and fun was had by all who participated. The winners were welcomed by Amara Sy, the godfather of the 19th NFL, Princess Alexandra of Hanover and representatives of the Princely Government and the National Council. Read more

Monaco celebrates its Fête National

Fete National 2017, (c) Eric Mathon, Palais PrincierDecked out in red and white, Monaco proudly displays its patriotism during the Fête National on 19th November. But did you know that it wasn't always celebrated in November?Read more

Tennis fans: Get your tickets to the 2019 Rolex Masters

Rafal Nadal after his victory last April. Photo: REALISTickets are now on sale for the 2019 Rolex Masters in Monaco. This year's tournament even sold out the secondary stands, so make sure to buy your tickets soon!Read more

Stars'N'Bars' Eco Angels organise Monaco Yacht Show clean up

Annette and Kate of Stars'N'Bars MonacoECO Angel Plastic Pickup Patrol was created by the American women behind the immensely successful Monaco sports bar, Stars'N'Bars. They are organising a massive clean-up this Saturday immediately following the closing of the Monaco Yacht Show. Read more

Monaco Yacht Show: Insider tips for working the show

Kevin BonnieMonaco is abuzz with the Yacht Show this week. For most businesses in the region, including us at Riviera Press, it's 'all hands on deck'. This is due to more than 36,000 visitors expected to the small Principality. And working a trade fair makes you hungry! So whether you are working or visiting the show, we've gotten some Insider tips on where to fill your belly, or whet your whistle.Read more

Monaco on the world stage

Guillaume Rose

Changing perceptions & challenging preconceptions. Guillaume Rose has been put in charge of a task force to capitalise and build on Monaco’s international image. We interviewed him on his plans for introducing the world to the Principality.

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Explorer prince: the adventures of Albert I

As a young boy, Prince Albert I of Monaco (1848-1922) stared out across the waters below the Palais Princier and dreamed of the days he would sail out of Port Hercules to explore new lands and seas. Read more

Monaco’s Oceanographic Institute has lost track of its sea turtle Rana

The scientists and specialists of Monaco’s Oceanographic Institute have recently lost track of a loggerhead sea turtle named Rana. They had released it into the sea at the beginning of the summer in their first attempt of GPS tracking a sea turtle.Read more

Federating fishing

“When describing the principality, most young people will talk about the casinos, the cars, the yachts and the palace,” says David Gamba.“Barely anyone will mention the sea, other than it being something for the boats to float on!” For this passionate, young fisherman, it’s something of a travesty: “Somewhere along the way, we’ve lost a huge amount of our maritime heritage.”Read more

Pelagos & the Principality: the state of the sea

Beyond the speedboats and motor yachts, the waters off the coast of Monaco are home to a rich marine ecosystem in which many thousands of dolphins, whales and tuna flourish. At least they do today: 30 years ago they had all but left and by 2050, experts warn that our seas could void of life.Read more

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