The Best of the Riviera - 10 June

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Julie Magnan-Antonini from Cap 3000 tells us more about the re-opening of restaurants in the shopping centre, what people can expect with the new measures in place, and more!

James Wellings, head of Secondary Education and deputy head at the International School of Monaco, tells us more about the distance learning programme and the IBCP.

Lindsay Wright, assistant director and head of Wellbeing at the school, talks about the importance of wellbeing of both students and staff, in particular during the current health crisis. 

David Eline, from Riviera-Expat tells us more about what the company offers and why they stand out from competition. 

We hear from Riviera Radio station director Paul Kavanagh, who has a special message regarding support for local businesses.