We’ve updated our website in order to be able to offer you a clearer, more user-friendly, informative experience. As always, we’ll continue to provide you with news and features from the Côte d\'Azur and Monaco, written in English by our team of professional mother-tongue journalists.
Liebe Leser! Wir begrüßen Sie herzlich auf unserer neuen Website. Benutzerfreundlich, übersichtlich und informativ – nach diesen Kriterien haben wir unseren Internetauftritt umgestaltet. Wie bisher versorgen wir Sie mit journalistisch aufbereiteten, aktuellen Nachrichten in deutscher Sprache von der Côte d’Azur und Monaco.
Call to government to speed up the process
French-Egyptian art house film at the Théâtre des Variétés
Over 350 men and women deployed at Nice Airport yesterday morning
Prison for woman who claims she was a mediator between the parents
St Paul’s raises funds to send to Bishop of Colombo in Sri Lanka
A special concert designed to appeal to a young audience is on January 12
Police mount extra surveillance at major junctions as number of deaths rise
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).