Princess Caroline gets candid about life with parents Grace Kelly & Prince Rainier

 April 09, 2018

“Until we were 14 we couldn’t eat with our parents” Princess Caroline gave a glimpse of life as a Monaco royal in honour of her brother Prince Albert’s 60th birthday, which was the cause for a new book titled Albert II of Monaco, The Man and The Prince. The princess spoke candidly about her relationship […]

Monaco is Now “Compliant” with the OECD’s International Standards

 April 08, 2018

Today, the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development’s Global Forum on Transparency and Exchange of Information for Tax Purposes (“The Global Forum”) published the ratings assigned to several States, including Monaco. This publication is part of the OECD’s new Peer Review procedure to assess jurisdictions’ conformity with the international standard on the exchange of information […]

Princess Stephanie attended an event at Monaco Yacht Club

 April 07, 2018

In the evening of April 6, 2018, Thursday, Princess Stephanie of Monaco attended an event held at Monaco Yacht Club in order to support “Saving Women’s Hearts” campaign to fight against cardiovascular diseases initiated by “Women Leaders of Monaco” association (Femmes Leaders Mondiales Monaco). Cardiovascular diseases cause the death of one out of three women […]

Anti-Pollution Exercise in the Area of Construction Work for the Offshore Extension

 April 07, 2018

As part of the evaluation of the emergency response procedures established by the Bouygues Travaux Publics (Bouygues Public Works) company, an anti-pollution exercise took place on Friday morning, in the area of construction work for the offshore extension.  The scenario for the exercise was an accidental spill of hydraulic oil at sea, near the Grimaldi […]

Most Stolen Art Comes From Europe and Asia—and Ends Up in Europe

 April 07, 2018

One part of the world seems to be generating the most demand for stolen artworks. Each year, art thefts account for around four to six billion dollars of losses worldwide. Due to the magnitude of the problem, the International Criminal Police Organization, commonly known as Interpol, continually collects data about the many art thefts and […]

Prince Albert II hints at potential layout changes at Monaco

 April 04, 2018

Monte Carlo’s massive €2 billion offshore expansion project which is currently underway in the Principality could lead to a change of layout of its Formula 1 track. Located just before the circuit’s tunnel, the urban expansion over the Mediterranean is set to steal approximately 15 acres of land from the sea. Once complete in 2025, […]

The Principality Strengthens its Determined Fight Against Incivility on the Roads

 April 03, 2018

The Prince’s Government recalls its commitment to ensuring respect for the Highway Code and its wish to combat all types of incivility on the roads, not only because of the risk of accidents, but also because this incivility causes nuisances that can adversely affect the quality of life of residents in the Principality. Some particularly […]

The Logistical Maneuvers Behind F1’s Most Famous Race, The Monaco Grand Prix

 April 03, 2018

Formula One’s Monaco Grand Prix is one of the most stunning spectacles in sports, but perhaps its greatest achievement is what goes on before the lights go out on track. And here is a great reportage about it by Forbes author Christian Sylt. At less than one square mile, Monaco is smaller than New York’s Central […]

Tiangong-1 crash is expected on this Sunday

 March 31, 2018

Out-of-control Chinese space station carrying toxic chemicals could crash into Earth this Sunday and Monaco and parts of Europe are among the ‘most likely’ targets. Most of China’s broken eight-tonne space station will burn up, though there is a chance some parts will survive. Should we be worried? No. The chances of being hit by […]

Over 100 employees of Carrefour Monaco demonstrated today

 March 31, 2018

Trade employees, mostly from the Carrefour Monaco hypermarket in Fontvieille shopping center gather together this Saturday morning to demonstrate in front of the supermarket. The demonstration is unrelated to the French strike and the Monaco employees have very distinct claims. – report Nice Matin. Gilles Ugolini, secretary general of the trade union and employee of the supermarket […]

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