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Welcome to Languedoc Living, the premier site for people living in the Languedoc.  We bring you local French news and events translated in English every day.  Click on NEWS to keep up to date, and visit our EVENTS page to see what's happening near you. 

 

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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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News

Languedoc

French bureaucrats go after baker for 22…

A retired pastry maker from the south of France was given a nasty shock this week when French authorities threatened to take legal action against him over an unpaid debt. He stands accused of owing 22 centimes to the state. A stamp in France costs 59…

The Local, Sep 2

France

Escaped British killer surrenders…

After four days on the run, an escaped mentally ill British man has returned to…

The Local, Sep 2

Languedoc

Drunken man fires gun in campsite…

At around 4pm on Sunday a totally drunk man with 1.6 grams of alcohol in his…

MidiLibre/Scoop, Sep 2

Languedoc

Tragic toddler accident in Vergèze

In an alarming near-repeat on Monday afternoon of a recent tragic accident…

MidiLibre/Scoop, Sep 2

France

Mother and baby die in collapsed…

A mother and child were found dead on Monday night by firefighters in the rubble…

MidiLibre/Scoop, Sep 2

Events

Music

Thomas Fersen

Singer / songwriter, with a piano and a ukelele

Oct 17 - Oct 17
Le Théâtre*/Scène Nationale de Narbonne, Narbonne

TODAY

THIS WEEK

COMING UP

Features, Interviews & Letters

Features

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

Features

Ten ways expats in France can…

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

The Local, Aug 29

Features

Expat pensioners and UK bank accounts

Expat pensioners claim they are being inconvenienced by their inability to open…

Daily Telegraph, Aug 24

Features

Charitable, environmentally sound…

Lots of people know about CSF Languedoc’s existence, providing practical and…

CSF-Languedoc, Aug 24