The January edition of The Connexion is now available.
Subscribers can look forward to receiving their copy in the next few days – and it will be on sale in newsagents around France from this weekend.
If you wish to buy a copy in PDF format for download you can do so now at this link – alternatively, you can subscribe here and you will receive a complimentary pdf of the January issue and immediate access to all the articles online (your print copies will start with the February edition).
Highlights this month include:
What is new for France in 2018
Urssaf ‘scam’ letter is a mistake not a con
€150 direct aid to get better internet
Woman told to demolish extension built in 2011
Drivers could make €100 by not driving
Pays de la Loire airport ruling ‘soon’
Online delay hits 100,000 cartes grises
Frenchman finds new planet
Mayors worried over local tax cuts
State ‘must now take Corsicans seriously’
Brexit ‘progress’ but still doubts for some rights
Gulf between French and UK pensions
France is a nation of home owners
2018 money changes
Legal: Do our Separate English wills exclude our French property assets?
What are the planning restrictions and costs of a new conservatory?
Financial planning: Get off to a good 2018 by avoiding problems
I would have been dead in a day if I had not visited GP
How do I avoid buying in an internet ‘black hole’?
What impact are Brexit negotiations likely to have on the exchange rate in 2018?
Lots of options after the Brevet exam
Sowing the seeds for a new life in France
Start planning now to enjoy a relaxing dip this summer
France is a tax haven – stop laughing and pay attention
You can request health ‘MOT’ every five years
Tips to buy an electric bike
French property watch: Brittany
New Year, new you: time to splash out on a spa break
Recipes: Tour of regional classics
Right’s new leader is no Le Pen Mk2 ...he can win
Charity is a key role for masons
Should May 1968 be commemorated?
The medicinal benefits of spas
Doisneau: The iconic photographer still in vogue
Why ‘too conventional’ French Bake-Off show takes the biscuit
Paul Taylor, the bilingual funnyman who makes the French laugh... at themselves
January in the garden: Winter scents and sensitivity
Deyrolle taxidermy: One man and his magical menagerie
Trending: The tables have turned and vinyl is back in style
Mythbuster: The French are lazy and do not like work
What’s on in January
En saison: What to put on your plate in January
Duck still on the menu despite bird flu
Popping the cork on great wine myths
Interiors: Harmony the key to French home chic
23,000 for lunch? This was the banquet of the century
Roubaix: Art deco swimming pool reimagined as a museum
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