The November 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 November issue and immediate access to all the articles online (your print copies will start with the December edition).
Highlights this month include:
Hidden risk from radon in French homes
Quality of life is why expats choose France (especially to retire)
New sales record as buyers’ confidence in the market is restored
Hunter’s bullet kills woman in her garden
Brexit talks: Progress but still no pledge to ring-fence expat rights
National service in France: concrete plans published in spring
Driverless cars head for streets of Rouen
‘Glyphosate caused our son’s health issues’
Over-65s relearn Code de la Route to be better drivers
Contactless payment limit is now €30
SNCF inspectors go plain-clothed to trap fare cheats
Make sense of... Starting an association or charity in France
Is it true that there is a grant to help when moving home in France?
Are genetically-modified foods allowed in France?
Do I need to get British qualifications ‘validated’ before Brexit?
17 months on, notaire has not made inheritance declaration
Is it acceptable for me to pick mushrooms in local woods in France?
What is the best way to transfer money to France to cover general living costs?
French schools are not stuck in timewarp
Can a non-resident register to work as micro-entrepreneur?
Has tax on UK pension changed?
What is our French B&B worth?
French bank credited wrong account
Income tax bands set to rise in France
Legal formalities when building a dividing wall with neighbours’ house
Property watch: Ariège, Haute-Garonne, Gers, Hautes-Pyrénées
Viager may be a way to fund living to a ripe old age
Explore France’s arboretums
Art-spotting in the French woods
Bande dessinée author is bringing comic book clarity to serious science
Open Gardens will keep on giving
November gardens: Time to lay down some roots
Ian Monk the vagabond poet who found his his way with words
Claquettes chaussettes: How socks and sandals went from naff to nifty
November 2017 events in France
Engrenages (Spiral) is back on French screens
20 years since Barbara died but her legacy is powerful
Clint Eastwood finds his Hollande and films at Elysée
French recipes: Soul food from Corsica
En saison: What to put on your plate in November
Bresse chickens still top of the pecking order
Meet the producers: French truffles
'Test weedkiller more before banning it' says vigneron
Antique chic in the Alpes-Maritimes
Cassoulet was invented to fend off the British
Auguste Rodin, 100 years on: master sculptor’s enduring legacy
Le Grand Palais in Paris: a glorious past and a bright future
For full contents, please click here.