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New SBM Director of Hotel Operations

Didier Boidinis

Following the departure of Luca Allegri last July, who left to take the helm of the Bristol in Paris, the SBM had not appointed a new general manager of hotel operations and purchases until yesterday. Didier Boidin will take office today, on the 20th of March. The latter will “supervise all the hotel, catering, nightlife and wellness activities of the …

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Roca Team won over Châlons-Reims 81-72

Roca Team vs. Châlons-Reims

Yestreday Roca team added the 20th victory to its record in the season. This time the Monegasque team won over Châlons-Reims 81-72. The first quarter showed the leader right from the beginning of the match, Roca team won this quarter 31-20. The fierce start has been led by the exact drop of Yakuba Ouattara, Brandon Davies and Bang Fofana. But in …

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Lagerfeld and the Bal de la Rose

Pierre Casiraghi and Beatrice Borromeo at the Rose Ball 2017

This year’s Bal de la Rose (now it was its 63rd year that took place yesterday, on 18 March) was designed by the illustrious Karl Lagerfeld, a close friend of Princess Caroline of Hanover. Lagerfeld had chosen the Vienna Secession art movement as inspiration for the ball. The refined Secession style flourished in Austria and throughout Europe from 1892 to 1906 and …

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Top-10 stories of the week about Monaco

Prince Albert II

Undoubtedly the major event of this week was the birthday of Prince Albert II but it wasn’t the only topic that caught your attention. Read the most interesting news in our top 10 stories about Monaco this week. 1. Happy Birthday H.S.H. Prince Albert II! On the occasion of Prince Albert II celebrating his 59th anniversary, we would like to recall some of the …

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Controversy over incineration plant

incineration plant

A decision over an incineration plant has caused the majority political group, Union Monégasque and Renaissance to react after a recent article was published in which Marie-Pierre Gramagia confirmed that “the waste incineration plant will remain in the Principality.” They considered this information all the more astonishing as it contradicted the remarks of Serge Telle published in the edition of …

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AS Monaco celebrates victory in 1/8 of UEFA Champions League over Manchester City 3-1

AS Monaco vs. Manchester City

AS Monaco claimed a 3-1 against Manchester City to secure a place in the quarter-finals of the UEFA Champions League, adding another magical night to the club’s incredible history in this elite competition. They needed to overturn a two goal deficit, and did so in style. Especially in the first half, during which City were taken apart by a fired …

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The Goold Murder: a story told through postcards

The Goold couple

The Association of postcard collectors of Monaco dedicated its recent Bulletin to the most famous murder in the history of the Principality. A woman dismembered in 1907 by a diabolical couple… Coincidence or not? While the drama of Pulcinella is still on everyone’s lips, the Monaco Association of Deltiologists (in French, cartophiles, or postcard collectors) has published, in its March …

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Victorious aeronauts of Monaco

Aeronauts of Monaco

The Aeronauts of Monaco have won the Concept Balloon Challenge, a hot air balloon race whose objective is to travel the greatest distance using the least amount energy possible. The race was organized to learn about ecological hot-air balloons.  The objective of the first aeronautical ecological race in the world is to go the distance while consuming the least amount …

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Hamilton on tattoos, team mates, and the toughest cars ever

Lewis Hamilton

It was a difficult end to 2016, losing the title at the final round to his team mate – despite employing some tactics that did not go down too well at Mercedes. But everyone knows that Lewis Hamilton is about far more than just the racing. After an off-season enjoying some of the other highs that life has to offer, …

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A new life for the Palm Beach Casino giants

Statues in Palm Beach

Game tables, chandeliers, chairs, paintings, sculptures… Nearly 600 lots will be sold at the Palm Beach casino auction on the 3rd and 4th of June. But for the famous giant statues who enthroned in the hall of the casino, they will all be receiving a make-over before the sale. They are currently in the hands of ten artists, carefully chosen …

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