Pollution

Pollution - Local left-wing MP Patrick Allemand, has written to the mayor of Nice Christian Estrosi requesting that ships docked in the port of Nice and Villefranche limit the sulfur content in their fuel adding that “the pollution of cruise ships is an important issue for the Côte d'Azur". In Cannes the city council imposed the limit in June for ships docked in the Old Port. France has decided to reduce the maximum quantity by 1.5 to 0.5% by next year.

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French and Riviera News Wednesday 22nd January 2020

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Evening Update Tuesday 21 January 2020

Lignes d'Azur have announced that they will compensate some customers who have been affected by disruption to the tram service in Nice ... Evening Update Tuesday 21 January 2020 Read More

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Drug network leads to arrests

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Parking problem

Residents in the Pasteur district of Nice have announced plans to request from the city council parking meters to be installed in the area. ... Parking problem Read More

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Return to sender

Malaysia has returned 150 containers of illegal plastic waste to their countries of origin, including 43 to France, authorities said on Monday, noting... Return to sender Read More

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