At the end of another busy week HelloMonaco is offering you our selection of the most interesting pieces of news and articles to keep you updated.
Revving up for another chapter in the Formula 1 saga, Charles Leclerc and Ferrari declared their ongoing partnership, shattering the rumours that had lingered like pit lane whispers.
Charles has clearly been more than ready to take on Max Verstappen for the world championship only to be foiled time and time again by engineering short-falls relative to the superb Red Bull bollide of the Dutchman. And then there have been several misjudged strategic calls by the Prancing Horse team during critical moments in key races in 2023.
A new real estate project, set to be located at 19 boulevard du Larvotto, received unanimous support during a meeting at Monaco’s Town Hall. The Larvotto Superior construction will house 35 state-owned apartments and a data centre. The new building should be complete by 2027, with construction beginning at the end of February.
In an effort to combat bullying in schools and to make it easier for people to speak out, the Prince’s Government is launching a telephone hotline to report bullying.
The number is 98 98 96 96. It’s available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
The scheme was made possible thanks to a successful partnership between the Department of Education, Youth and Sport and the Victims of Offences Help Association.
A major hub of culture in the Principality, the Espace Léo Ferré will soon be housed in a new building on Pasteur Island. In a recent press conference, Camille Svara, the Mayor’s Deputy, revealed that the new building is expected to be completed by the end of this year.
The cultural establishment, administered by Monaco’s Town Hall, is currently blossoming above the Place du Canton. The îlot Pasteur is an immense project that has been in the works for over six years. Once occupied by an old railway line, the site is only 250 metres by 40 metres, but will soon be home to buildings with a surface area of over 100,000 m².