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Here’s to LIFE


Our LIFE section is featuring some great reader stories.  Discover more about the people around you, where they came from, what they're doing now.  It's also a place to read about wine and restaurant reviews, recipes, days out, and much more.


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Storm aftermath on thursday morning

In the l'Hérault, many people have been up all night bailing out their houses. Others have been unable to sleep because of terrifying thunder and lightning. There are lots of reports of massive floods. Cars, and even cafes have been swept…

LanguedocLiving, Sep 18


Ganges isolated by floods: more…

The rain continues to fall in the region of Ganges on Wednesday evening September…

MidiLibre/Scoop, Sep 18


Four departments on storm alert

More ferocious storms are expected to hit the south-west today, with Météo…

The Connexion, Sep 18


Top French chefs want banned bird…

Top French chefs, including Alain Ducasse, want to be able to serve a long-banned…

The Local, Sep 18


Air France strike stretches into…

Air France scrapped more than half its flights Wednesday as pilots extended a strike…

The Local, Sep 18



Kamel Guennoun

More stories from Kamel Guennoun - the girl on the golden horse who spoke to the birds  

Dec 5 - Dec 5
Le Théâtre*/Scène Nationale de Narbonne, Narbonne




Features, Interviews & Letters


Bilingual ex-Le Monde editor moves…

Four months after a newsroom rebellion prompted her departure from Le Monde, Natalie…

The Local, Sep 9


French back their three meals…

A new study has highlighted the differences between France and its international…

The Connexion, Sep 9


Nazi general didn't save Paris:…

The last Nazi commander in charge of Paris famously claimed he saved the City of…

The Local, Aug 31


Ten ways expats in France can…

[ED - We aren’t in agreement with everything in this article from the…

The Local, Aug 29