» French police do DNA tests on 67 dogs after pregnant woman mauled to death
21/11/19 12:48 from The Local
French police investigating the death of a pregnant woman mauled to death by dogs while walking in the woods have carried out DNA tests on 67 dogs to try identify those that attacked her, investigators said on Thursday.
» France December strikes: Who is joining in and what are their grievances?
21/11/19 12:06 from The Local
The 'unlimited' strikes in France starting from December 5th is shaping up to be a major confrontation as more and more unions announce they are joining. We take a look at who is involved.
» Coughs, colds and flu: What to say and do if you fall sick in France
21/11/19 11:19 from The Local
As winter tightens its grip it brings all sorts of good things - hot wine, fondue, skiing - but also various winter lurgies. Here's the vocab you need to deal with colds and flu in France.
» Why are French women taking to the streets on Saturday?
21/11/19 11:18 from The Local
This weekend, thousands of French women across France will be taking to the streets in a series of marches and protest events. Here's why.
» 'Yellow vests' and strikes fail to put off foreign investors in France
21/11/19 08:28 from The Local
A year of weekly 'yellow vest' protests - some violent - across France has not put off foreign businesses from investing in the country, new research has found.
» 13 things you need to know about Beaujolais Nouveau
21/11/19 08:07 from The Local
Thursday November 21st is Beaujolais Nouveau Day, one of the most important days in France's cultural calendar. But how much do you know about the wine that is at the centre of all the festivities and fun?
» Public pipi: Paris opens first ever exhibition of pissoirs
21/11/19 07:21 from The Local
They were as much a symbol of Paris as croissants and the Eiffel Tower, though they had more than a whiff of scandal from the start.
» France issues fraud warning over dodgy energy renovation companies
20/11/19 14:40 from The Local
Homeowners have been warned about cowboy businesses offering cheap deals on making homes energy efficient or installing green technology.
» Shopping in France: The consumer rights you should know about
20/11/19 14:28 from The Local
With Christmas shopping season upon us and the sales around the corner it's worth knowing your consumer rights in France just in case you pick up some faulty gifts and want a refund. Here's a rundown of what you need to know.