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Citroën pay tribute to woodworker’s six-year labour of love
Charter outlines funding and duties after political role plan abandoned
Strong tidal coefficients are expected on France’s Channel coast until Saturday morning.
A poll of Toulouse tourism professionals has revealed their favorite visitors... and the British come out on top, thanks to their courtesy and willingness to speak French.
Travelers who slept in stations to be fully reimbursed
Dog owners are being warned to be vigilant after eight pet dogs died from swimming in toxic bacteria in the Loire river.
A delicatessen in the Loire Valley specialising in edible insects has soared in popularity since introducing the unusual products.
An eco-friendly music festival taking place this weekend in the west of France has banned alcohol, as organisers maintain it improves the atmosphere of the event, and makes it more family-friendly.
Giving cash tips in restaurants and cafés in France could become mandatory, after calls from a hospitality industry union.
A plaque honouring France’s notorious wartime collaborator Maréchal Philippe Pétain is set to be removed from a street in New York.
A man was shocked to find a grass snake in the can when he opened up some beans on his return from holidays.
A beach in Bouches-du-Rhône has come up with an innovative mat solution to help disabled beach-goers to access the sand and shoreline more easily.
A drone has managed to enter the courtyard of a prison in Valence (Drôme) and deposit an unknown parcel, prompting fears of future security breaches.
The cost of this year’s rentrée (‘back to school’) has dropped for primary schools but risen slightly for those at lycée (high school) level.
New water restrictions have been put in place for 84 departments in France, from 17 August onwards. The restrictions have four specific levels, varying in severity.
Service-Public.fr warns of new 'phishing' attempt
Ministry of Agriculture releases first list of products tainted with the insecticide that have been sold in France
Poisonous needles contain substance that can be turned into anti-cancer chemical
Traditional circuses demand urgent meeting with environment minister following radio interview
Farmers selling direct to the public offers much better value for money, Modef president claims
Biologist explains phenomenon is commonplace, as females head to shore to give birth in 'nurseries'
Country is one of the world's biggest users of the treatments