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The French government has said that a reactor at the oldest working nuclear power station in France is to stop operating this Saturday. The move comes as a first step in a “new energy strategy” by the government. The station will stop operating completely by the end of June Read More
Police have confirmed that a 25-year-old woman “with personality disorders” who was reported missing at the Nice Carnival has been found. Chloé Sionneau disappeared on Saturday 15th February while attending the festival with her parents. Read More
Police have arrested a motorcyclist who refused to stop at a police speed control in Saint Laurent du Var. The incident occurred on Thursday and led to police chasing the man through the city centre leading to the motorcyclist losing control and hitting the pavement Read More
An elderly lady has been found dead at her home in Le Rouret. Emergency services were alerted by worried neighbours on Wednesday afternoon. Read More
As part of public security in Cannes the city council has announced plans to train more than 1,000 local police officers to fight Islamist radicalisation. Read More
A Polish mayor has deplored the decision by a sister town in France to suspend 25-year official ties with her town because it declared itself an area “free of LGBT ideology.” The mayor of the town blamed the rare decision by the French community it had been twinned with, on campaigning ahead of local elections there. Read More
The region is set to be badly disrupted because of industrial action this Thursday, 20th February. Envibus has announced that there will be no buses in Sophia Antipolis. Read More
Envibus, the public transport network of the urban community of Sophia Antipolis, has announced that due to national strike action planned on Thursday, February 20th Read More