Heartbreak as Charles Leclerc Denied Victory | 2019 Bahrain Grand Prix

 April 01, 2019

Sport can be so cruel sometimes… Charles Leclerc was leading comfortably in Bahrain, before an issue with his Ferrari cost him what would have been a sensational victory… Lewis Hamilton showed the potential for a future bromance with Ferrari starlet Charles Leclerc after the five-time world champion consoled him after he saw victory slip away from […]

Insurance Fraud at the expense of a tourist

 April 01, 2019

“Fraud or a genuine accident? This is the question before the judge.” – reports Hello Monaco A scooter tips over in Monte Carlo. The woman scooterist, making her living as a maid, falls to the ground. The police stop the nearest potential offender, a Japanese tourist in a car. Sixty one days unable to work, […]

Cement Good Relations with Police: Don’t Pick a Fight with them

 March 31, 2019

“If you drive a big cement truck into the middle of Monaco and start spilling cement on the road and pavement, sooner or later the police are going to arrive. And when that happens, what’s the best thing you can do?” – reports Hello Monaco Clear up the mess, be polite, probably apologize, get the […]

Chloe Green hangs out with pals in Monaco as she returns from sun-kissed vacation to Thailand with boyfriend Jeremy Meeks

 March 30, 2019

She recently enjoyed a sun-kissed holiday to Thailand with her boyfriend Jeremy Meeks. And Chloe Green looked happy to be in the company of friends as she spent time in Monaco on Friday after her trip. The Topshop heiress, 28, joined a friend at the Sass Café in the city state where she showed off […]

‘Back to Telegraph Creek’: Another successful challenge for VENTURI Automobiles

 March 30, 2019

VENTURI Automobiles, the Monegasque manufacturer which is blazing a trail in the field of electromobility, has once more pushed the electric car to its limits. On 6 March 2019, Antarctica, the first electric polar exploration vehicle, travelled 42 kilometres under extreme temperature conditions in British Columbia. This unique expedition, known as ‘Back to Telegraph Creek’, […]

Jimmy’z Monte-Carlo is getting ready for an explosive 2019 summer season

 March 29, 2019

The most iconic club on the Riviera is opening the 2019 season with an ambitious artistic policy: Talented resident DJs; the creation of signature “Made by Jimmy’z” nights; a team of resident dancers; some of the most in-demand international guest artists of the moment. An essential venue for 45 years, with customers coming from all […]

Alcohol and Tear Gas – A Dangerous and Menacing Cocktail

 March 29, 2019

“When alcohol is poured onto flames the result can be an exceptional flambé in a restaurant.” – reports Hello Monaco Except the “flame” was a German with a repeat pattern of acts of threatened aggression. Eccentric acts, including clutching a tear-gas grenade! So in his apartment in Monaco this elderly retired gentleman became not so […]

Memorandum of understanding signed on hosting the Ministerial Conference of La Francophonie in the Principality of Monaco

 March 28, 2019

A memorandum of understanding on the practical arrangements for holding the 36th Ministerial Conference of La Francophonie in Monaco was signed by H.E. Mr Christophe Steiner, the Principality of Monaco’s Ambassador to France and Personal Representative of H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco and the Prince’s Government to the Permanent Council of La Francophonie, and […]

Summer camps 2019

 March 28, 2019

In collaboration with the Princess Stéphanie Youth Centre, the Department of Social Welfare and Social Services (DASO) are offering stays in summer camps next summer for children aged between 8 and 15 (subject to residency and/or schooling in the Principality), at the “gîte le chauffarel” in Orcières, Hautes Alpes (places are limited) from: Sunday 30 […]

Official opening of temporary garden “A Balcony on the Mediterranean”

 March 28, 2019

A temporary garden titled “A Balcony on the Mediterranean” was officially opened on the public terraces of the Monte-Carlo Star today by Minister of Public Works, the Environment and Urban Development Marie-Pierre Gramaglia, who was accompanied by Xavier Beck, First Vice-President of the Alpes-Maritimes Departmental Council and Mayor of Cap d’Ail, and Jean-Luc Puyo, Director […]

%d bloggers like this: