It’s never slow in Monaco; especially the first autumn week was very fruitful. So don’t miss any of the interesting news with HelloMonaco.
Minister of Finance and Economy Jean Castellini today visited the apartments in the Jardins d’Apolline and Soleil du Midi buildings that are set to be allocated in the near future. He was accompanied by Patrice Cellario, Minister of the Interior, Stéphane Valeri, President of the National Council, Rémy Rolland, Director of the State Property Authority, Sylvie Rossi, Director of the Housing Department, Albert Croesi, Lead Manager for H.E. the Minister of State, and members of the National Council Franck Lobono (Chair of the National Council’s Housing Committee) and Béatrice Fresko-Rolfo.
Another superb qualifying session saw Charles Leclerc take his fourth consecutive pole position for the 2019 F1 Russian Grand Prix. Charles Leclerc is starting to make a claim to be exceptional even at the pinnacle of Formula 1.
The first Festival Gastronomique will take place in Monaco from 7 to 20 October. During the two weeks guests of the restaurants-participants of the Festival could taste perfect dishes created by the best chefs inspired by traditions and trends of the world cuisine.
Renovation work started at Larvotto resort on October 1st with the installation of acoustic fencing to mark out the boundaries of the construction area. Business owners will move out of the shops and restaurants gradually over the next two weeks.
In 2020 Watch Out for Rapid Growth in Handball, Handfit and Beach Hand in Monaco, in Unison with Clubs in the Region
Following several years of preparation, the Monegasque Handball Federation has lately signed a convention to develop handball in Monaco and the surrounding region, in particular the eastern part of the Alpes-Maritimes. The convention covers the European and Monegasque handball federations, in partnership with the French and Italian federations. The concrete start was a project called “Levant 06”, which was launched in 2007 with the merger of AS Monaco and neighbouring clubs. Cooperation in the development of Clubs like La Turbie and Ventimiglia have been all part of the growth kindled by Monaco. And altogether there are now 10 Clubs.
Following last year’s success, Influencer Awards Monaco has become an annual occurrence. The event was coined ˜the Oscars of the digital world’ which will be hosted this year, on Sunday 6thof October 2019 for its second edition. The venue will be none other than ‘La salle des etoiles’, which will host over 100 intentional influencers.
On 21 September 2019, the Casino de Monte-Carlo organized its second Punto Banco tournament with the highest prize pool in Europe, 1 million euros, for the top players. 56 participants representing 21 nationalities had to pass the qualifying stage before attaining their place at the prestigious Medecin hall. The tournament was a special Monte-Carlo experience over the weekend for the sought-after players, which demonstrated once again that the game is a form of art.
One of the many things Prince Albert has supported is to leave for posterity a wonderful sense of the Grimaldi heritage and Princess Grace’s family life. A popular project has been the acquisition in 2017 and subsequent refurbishing of the childhood home of Grace Kelly in Philadelphia in the United States. Helping in the refurbishment project itself were Prince Albert’s cousins J.B. and Susan Kelly.
Charles LeClerc’s birthday is approaching and he will be twenty two on the 16th of this month (October). He already has two Formula 1 Grand Prix wins to his credit with Ferrari, and was in contention for first place in at least another three. If you roughly double his age, would you believe it there are more Monegasque car racing champions winning this year.
The Driver and Vehicle Licensing Office would like to inform users that annual car registration invoices for 2020 have been sent to all owners of vehicles registered in the Principality of Monaco. The 2020 car registration campaign will run from 1 October 2019 to 31 December 2019.