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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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News

Languedoc

Yet more storms forecast for south of France

Weather forecasters issued a storm warning for part of the south of France on Tuesday after torrential rain and floods caused millions of euros of damage in the area around the city of Montpellier. The Météo France weather service placed…

Scoop, Sep 30

Europe

Airbus A350-900 superjumbo ready…

Good news today for airline equipment manufacturers across Europe. European aircraft…

rfi English, Sep 30

Languedoc

60 more communes get natural disaster…

The French government moved swiftly to respond to the latest wave of flood damage…

MidiLibre/Scoop, Sep 30

France

French workers threaten to blow…

With boss-napping apparently a passé option, French workers angry over planned…

The Local, Sep 30

France

France's debt shoots over two…

France's national debt has ballooned to over two trillion euros for the first time,…

The Local, Sep 30

Events

Theatre

L'homme qui voulait voir les anges

Kamel Guennoun, a fine story-teller, recounts history in a humourous and magical way.  The story is 'the man who wanted to see angels'

Dec 4 - Dec 4
Le Théâtre*/Scène Nationale de Narbonne, Narbonne

TODAY

THIS WEEK

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