29.06.2005 0

Cadarache confirmed for ITER project

Japan gives way to France on siting of multi-billion euro project

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29.06.2005 0

Port of Nice certified

Harbour office now boasts ISO 9001

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09.06.2005 0

Labour changes for new government

Plans to stick with socialist system but be more flexible

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03.06.2005 0

An Azurean in the government

Christian Estrosi's workload doubles

President of the Alpes Maritimes Council graduates to post in Paris

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02.06.2005 0

Internet bank fraud warning

Four French banks warn of mysterious attempts at seizing personal customer info

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30.05.2005 0

France says no

President Chirac to react in the coming days to treaty rejection

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11.05.2005 0

Delays at Nice airport

Passengers left stranded by computer virus

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10.05.2005 0

Cost of 2003 drought could run into billions

Var villages like Plan de la Tour were almost overwhelmed  by huge fires that took hold as a result of the 2003 drought

More claims made in one year than the total filed between 1989 and 2000

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06.05.2005 0

Cadarache a step closer to ITER

Technical agreement reached with Japan on first nuclear fusion reactor

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Local Top Stories

Mysterious disappearance of cannabis from La Seyne police station

More than a kilo of cannabis has gone missing from inside the police station at La Seyne between Sunday night and early Monday morning, it has been revealed. At first police tried to keep the situation discreet in order to avoid embarrassment with the Police Nationale.Read more …

Disappointing results for France on index of best place to live

France has placed 18th internationally as the best country to live in, while PACA is 13th out of the country’s 22 regions. This is according to figures from the OECD’s Better Life index, released annually and detailing the ‘best’ places to live based on economic and social factors, like health and happiness. Read more …

Community fights back after British couple walled into own house

A small French community has thrown its support behind a British couple who has been tormented by their nightmare neighbours for over a year. The straw that broke the camels back appears to involve the couple being bricked into their own home.Read more …