» Why people in rural France might not be getting their mail
13/01/20 09:55 from The Local
It's received a lot less coverage than mass transportation strikes, but industrial action has been hitting mail deliveries in France for several months now and shows no sign of being resolved.

» Brexit and France: What does it mean for travel after January 31st?
13/01/20 09:06 from The Local
With the fourth and - maybe - final Brexit date fast approaching we look at what it means for travel for British people both living in France and visiting.

» French transport strikes move into 40th day despite government compromise on pensions
13/01/20 07:49 from The Local
The French transport strike has now reached its 40th day despite the government's offer to withdraw the most contested measure of the pension reform plans that sparked the protest.

» Three die in kayak tragedy off northern French coast
12/01/20 20:29 from The Local
Three people have died while kayaking off the northern French coast, authorities said Sunday.

» French police face probe after video emerges of Paris protest clashes
11/01/20 12:18 from The Local
French prosecutors have launched a probe into alleged police violence after a video emerged that appeared to show an officer firing point-blank at protesters with a riot control gun at a Paris march backing strikes.

» Mayor to name Paris street after David Bowie
11/01/20 11:27 from The Local
A Paris street will soon be named after the late British rock star David Bowie, a local mayor announced on Friday.

» EXPLAINED: The parts of France where speed limits are returning to 90km/h
10/01/20 14:54 from The Local
Local authorities in France are now allowed to go back to the old speed limit of 90km/h on secondary roads. Here’s what we know about the areas in France where the 80km/h limit is being kept and where it’s been announced that it will be ...

» French unions call for new protests as pension battle heats up
10/01/20 14:38 from The Local
French union leaders have called for more midweek protests on January 14, 15 and 16 as they begin crunch meetings on Friday with Prime Minister Edouard Philippe over a hotly contested pension overhaul.

» UPDATE: How strikes in France have hit Paris public transport and SNCF trains on Friday
10/01/20 14:37 from The Local
Commuters in Paris and rail travellers around France suffered more travel misery on Friday as strikes enter day 37. Here's a look at the latest impact on transport.

» Know your consumer rights during France's winter sales bonanza
10/01/20 12:00 from The Local
As the official French sales season begins, here's what you need to know about the seasonal shopping spree including your all important consumer rights.

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