The next generation of private security

SRX Commercial Director, Gareth Nesbit, explains how private security has evolved from protecting the high-net-worth community and their villas into something we all have a requirement for in the modern day.Read more

Ferrari drive through Liguria

Combining a Ferrari with a drive along the Ligurian Coast goes as perfectly together as a serving of Chardonnay with seafood, or a Bvlgari necklace to match that Prada evening gown. It may sound exclusive and expensive, but like all things exquisitely beautiful, it should be claimed at least once in a lifetime. Read more

Luxury terrace party with Club Vivanova

Join Club Vivanove for an after-work seafront party from 6.30pm to 8.30pm on 9th September. Taking place on the private terrace of the Bistrot Le Bouchon Monaco, the event promises fine wines, an aperitivo buffet and a relaxed atmosphere.Read more

Luxury on board events with Club Vivanova

Club Vivanova and Caprice du Chef have teamed up to create four back-to-back luxury events that will be taking place aboard MY Clara One. The 32 metre motor yacht will host a wine lunch and a cocktail evening on both  29th and the 30th September, allowing guests to fully appreciate the glamour of the Monaco Yacht show. Tendered into the main port of Monaco, views from the deck will look right out over Port Hercule.Read more

Expat focus: Andy Colgan

Andy Colgan’s love of beer came from a young age, when he used to steal his dad’s beer from the backyard fridge - an Aussie brew called Emu Export. There was nothing particularly special about this ‘bush chook’, a generic beer in Australia, but it would take the edge off a hot summer’s day out the back having a barbie. From the first cold refreshing swig, Andy knew this would be a life-long friendship. What he didn’t know at the time was that he would be crafting some of the best locally brewed beer on the Côte d’Azur in years to come.Read more

Carol Drinkwater book signing in Antibes

Meet the fabulous author behind the best-selling trilogy about buying and running an olive farm in Provence, Carol Drinkwater, at Antibes Books this Saturday as she signs copies of her latest novel The Forgotten Summer. Read more