Campaigners in France call the British Prime Minister "disgraceful".
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France's famous high speed TGV trains are on their way out but what does it all mean for rail passengers in France?
Two recent graduates of EMLYON in Lyon explain why both the business school and the city are perfect for ambitious students seeking international careers.
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An MBA could be what you need to take the elusive next step in your career.
Malta’s up-and-coming capital took centre stage when it was crowned 2018’s Capital of Culture, but there’s much more to the enigmatic island than Valletta. The Local’s Commercial Editor took a whirlwind tour of the Mediterranean’s best-kept secret.
Anyone who says learning a foreign language is easy is pulling your leg. But if you commit to learning every day, find the right combination of teachers (and technology), you can speak a new tongue in just three months.
President tells gardener to find a job in a restaurant.
You might want to check the food labels a little more carefully next time you visit a French supermarket.
A new academy is shaking up traditional distance learning with a combined approach that strikes the perfect balance for expat families.
If you fancy living an aristocratic lifestyle or simply use it as a thriving business then you need to take a closer look at this magnificent chateau in western France and all that comes with it.
Meet two of The Local’s Key Account Managers, Anna Agebjörn and Nils Rosvall, and find out what it’s like to work for one of Europe’s leading sources of international news in English.
But do you know what it really means?
You'll hear this all the time in France, but what does "du coup" actually mean?
From medical assistants to medical deserts. Here's what the government plans to do.
It's time to end the two years of "debilitating uncertainty and anxiety about our status", campaigners say.
Paris's annual giant chic picnic broke records on Sunday.
There are a few thousand Australians in France and probably a few more we don't know about. Here's where you're most likely to find them.
Paris comedian Julie Collas sets the record straight about a few of the clichés around Parisians and the city they inhabit.
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More than 300 works from two key periods in Pablo Picasso's early years go on display in Paris on Tuesday, the first time they have been brought together in the city where the Spanish master took his first steps toward revolutionary new territories of modern art.