CONNEXION celebrates its 100th issue with its biggest-ever 80 page paper with 100 things to do in France, Brittany myths and Médecins sans Frontières plus practical information on money, property, health and the things that matter to you living in France.
Copies sold in newsagents in the Dordogne and Normandy include a free copy of your local community newspaper, The Advertiser.
"The person who abolished human sacrifice in Gaul was a politician called Robert Badinter, in 1981"
Brittany focus: Breton Grand Druid Per Vari Kerloc'h
"Marine Le Pen has a character tougher than an undercooked horse steak, as her two ex-husbands can, apparently, reliably testify"
Politics: Columnist Simon Heffer on the far right's new figurehead
Profile: At 75 Alain Delon steps back out of the shadows
News: France to take decision on levying capital gains on main residences this month, Shake-up pledged in drug safety law, Petrol heads towards two-year high,
Travel: Christmas snow chaos was completely avoidable
Education: Being born in December can seriously harm your education
Business: How to turn overseas learning into earning
Community: Breaks in France inspire expat authors
Healthcare: Too many procedures are unnecessary, say hospitals
Money: Why am I taxed on materials as an auto-entrepreneur?
Food and wine: The French cookery book phenomenon
Feature: Médecins sans Frontières marks 40 years of life-saving around the world
Practical: In an emergency call the pompiers first, not the Samu
Subscriptions received before February 16 will start with the March issue.
We also now offer a discounted two-year subscription at €55. Simply enter the promotional code "2YEARS" on the subscription page.