In June you should be planting seeds for the coming year in both the potager and the flower garden
Potentially controversial and more than a little provocative, political correctness goes out the window with the latest offering from author of ‘A year in the merde’
Throughout June, three community projects will be held on the Canigó massif and foothills to protect and preserve the sacred mountain… so roll up your sleeves for Canigou!
Brexit doom and gloom has pushed many British residents in France to apply for a carte de séjour but did you know that you must still have a valid passport (or ID card) to travel to any European country other than France?
Edouard Philippe is allowing individual départements to make a decision on whether to keep the 80km/h speed limit introduced in 2018 or return to 90km/h
It’s all go! Migrant birds are returning from their winter homes and mammals are getting frisky; reptiles are emerging and bugs are flying. There are territories to be claimed and defended, mates to attract, nests to build, setts to clean, burrows to renovate, young to feed. And the backdrop to this frenetic activity is a landscape transformed into countless shades of green.
A thick, frosty drink of cherry juice concentrate, frozen cherries, blueberries, lowfat milk, lowfat yogurt and vanilla, topped with a mix of dried cherries and chopped nuts.
We’re talking stingers again! Despite being maligned and feared by many, hornets are far less hostile than so-called ‘social’ wasps – at least towards us humans. Some hornet lovers label our native European species ‘gentle giants’. But we also have Asian hornets in the PO. How do they differ and what’s the problem with them? Lesley McLaren explains.
Richly told and profoundly moving, Pachinko is a story of love, sacrifice, ambition, and loyalty.
Sauv’Life- an app that could be a matter of life or death will guide volunteers in the viccinty to administer emergency first aid to heart attack sufferers