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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

France

Budget 2015: €21 billion savings plus…

France's eagerly awaited 2015 budget was revealed on Wednesday which includes €21 billion of savings, a hike in the tax on diesel fuel as well as income tax cuts. The country's deficit would be brought in line with EU rules by 2017. The budget,…

The Local, Oct 1

France

Jail boss rented out prison room

A boss at Arles prison has been caught renting out his prison lodgings for…

The Connexion, Oct 1

Languedoc

Hérault & Aude Times closes down

In a statement heavily laden with barely repressed anguish, the Hérault and…

Scoop, Oct 1

France

Police revoke Le Pen's driving…

French far-right politician Marine Le Pen had her driver’s licence revoked…

The Local, Oct 1

Languedoc

300 sheep killed in truck accident…

Some 300 sheep died on Wednesday 1 October when the truck in which they were…

MidiLibre/Scoop, Oct 1

Events

Arts

Barthélémy Toguo

Born in 1967 in Cameroon, he began his studies at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Abidjan, Côte d'Ivoire. His artistic training began with the making of copies of the European classical sculptures until his participation in a woodcarving workshop in…

Sep 13 - Nov 30
L'aspirateur, Narbonne

TODAY

THIS WEEK

ExhibitionClermont-l'Hérault

Haut les Couleurs!

COMING UP

Features, Interviews & Letters

Features

Bilingual ex-Le Monde editor moves…

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

The Local, Sep 9

Features

French back their three meals…

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

The Connexion, Sep 9

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