LANGUEDOC and Brittany readers can enjoy the first edition of their new regional newspaper from today.
The Languedoc Pages and the Brittany Pages are on sale in newsagents across each region for just €0.95.
Connexion subscribers in the area will receive a complimentary subscription for a limited time, and the first issue will also be included free inside every newsagent copy of The Connexion sold in August.
Sign up now to receive a free trial copy. If you would like to receive the paper at home every month, an annual subscription to a local address costs just €10.
Find out more: Languedoc | Brittany.
Meanwhile, the August issue of The Connexion should also be reaching subscribers and newsagents today. Here's a look at what's inside:
Entrepreneur Duncan Bannatyne on how French red tape is stifling business
Former Poldark actor Robin Ellis turns to the kitchen to beat diabetes
France’s Monsieur Dictionnaire, Alain Rey, editor-in-chief of Le Robert
Profile: Green presidential candidate Eva Joly
Limousin focus: Interviews with political and tourism leaders
CMU 'U-turn' - what’s new?
Tourists give France a summer boom
International buyers back in property
Travel: Eurotunnel boss answers reader question
Practical: How can I auction furniture?
Family: It's time to think about university choice
Healthcare: You can save money by buying your glasses and contact lenses online
Business: Simple ideas lead to new businesses
Money: Ethical investment plans are taking off
Books: Summertime reading for all ages
Quiz: Try our new current affairs and general knowledge quiz
Nature: Enjoy the treasures of the sea
Find your nearest newsagent here, or click here to subscribe and start receiving the paper at home from just €30 a year. Join us before August 16 and your subscription will begin with our September issue. We also now offer a discounted two-year subscription at €55. Simply enter the promotional code "2YEARS" on the subscription page.
Newspaper offices closed for a fortnight
The Connexion newspaper team are taking a two-week summer break from tomorrow - but our daily web coverage and Friday newsletter will be continuing as normal. Emails to the office will be occasionally monitored but there will be no one answering the phone. Normal service resumes on Monday, August 15.