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29.08.2005 0

France's blacklist in the sky

5 airlines barred after recent crashes mark need for more safety measures

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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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Local Top Stories

France ordered to compensate shooting victim’s family

The European Court of Human Rights has ordered the French State to pay nearly 100,000 euros in damages to the family of a gypsy who was killed in 2008. Joseph Guerdner was shot dead in Draguignan in the Var by French police as he tried to escape custody after being interrogated for armed robbery.Read more …

SNCF strike

Due to a strike, TER train services will be reduced today for the Les Arcs-Nice-Ventimiglia line. Many commuters to Monaco will face difficulties throughout the day, particularly during rush hours. But extra train services are scheduled to accommodate large crowds in the Principality this Easter weekend. Read more …

Cannes Film Festival lineup announced

US stars Meryl Streep, Hilary Swank, Channing Tatum, Robert Pattinson, John Cusack, and Ryan Reynolds are likely to hit the red carpet for this year’s Cannes Film Festival – notably less Hollywood A-listers than previous events. The festival has now announced its lineup for 2014, a year that will see a smaller number of U.S. filmmakers travel to the Croisette, and a controversial opening film of Princess Grace. Read more …