THE JANUARY issue of The Connexion is our biggest ever, packed with 72 pages of news, features, interviews and useful contacts.
We have also launched a new-look directory this month, with clearer adverts and a layout that makes it easier to find English-speaking businesses in your area.
Copies sold in the Dordogne and Normandy include a free copy of your local community newspaper, The Advertiser.
Here's a look at what's inside:
"The biggest danger to the environment comes from humans: we are literally consuming it."
Big interview: Photographer and eco-activist Yann Arthus-Bertrand
"There is no need for Ségolène Royal to start measuring up the curtains at the Elysée Palace"
Columnist Simon Heffer on the 2012 presidential race
Profile: Politicians of all hues fear that a Front National under Marine Le Pen could redraw France's political landscape
News: British buyers are 'back in force'; France is still top tourist destination; OECD school rankings provide shock; three-year tax break for self-employed; anti-discrimination body under threat; can the euro survive?
Travel: New air links to the UK
Education: €60m scheme to bring teachers online
Business: Medef lends a hand
Community: British cinema in France
Healthcare: Drinking is good for you (up to a point)
Money: This will be a taxing year, says Bill Blevins
Food and wine: Eat your way around France
Property special: Paris leads the leads the way as the market starts to fight back
Retreats: Take a holiday from yourself
Subscriptions received before January 16 will start with the February issue. New subscribers will also receive a free colour 2011 calendar featuring stunning French views.
We also now offer a discounted two-year subscription at €55. Simply enter the promotional code "2YEARS" on the subscription page.