As French transport strikes enter their third week, Paris residents and train passengers will see some improvement after a badly disrupted weekend.
Here in the waning weeks of 2019, it’s natural to look back at the decade that’s drawing to an end. But the close of a decade is not just about looking backward - it’s also a good time to consider what the next ten years have in store.
As mass transportation strikes in France continue with no compromise in sight, thoughts have turned to the Christmas holidays and what services can be expected on the railways.
A step-by-step guide for all expats with a health insurance.
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Firefighters brought a fire at the largest oil refinery in France under control Saturday, local officials said, hours after it started in the small hours of the morning.
We asked our readers what surprised them most about working and living in Europe. This is what they had to say.
The new French government website that allows British people to apply online for residency has launched. Here's what we know about it.
International students from around the world often jump at the chance to study in the US. So why is that some American students are defecting to study in Sweden instead?
If you live in France you have probably heard a few French women complaining of "les jambes lourdes" or "heavy legs". So what's behind this strange ailment and why do only French women seem to suffer from it?
Want to share your turkey? Here's where your fellow Americans live in France.
The country is paralysed by furious opposition to a reform which will not take effect until 2025 - or maybe later, writes John Lichfield.
A roaring fire seems a prerequisite for an Alpine chalet in winter, but not for much longer as authorities in one French département ban the use of open fireplaces over pollution levels.
Paris' public transport services look set to come to a virtual halt on Thursday when unlimited strike action begins. Here's how services will be severely hit by the walk-out in protest against the government's pension reforms.
Paris-based cinema club Lost in Frenchlation has a special ‘Women in the spotlight’ programme planned for November, with plenty of amazing films to look forward to.
The word may have a French root, but that has cut no ice with French language guardians the Academie français, who are not at all happy about discounts.
Most types of crime have fallen in France, the most recent crime survey reveals, but violent offences and bank fraud have risen.
Increased grants, requisitioning homes and an end to students having to get part time jobs while they study - these are some of the demands of the students who have taken to the streets of France to protest at their living conditions.
Employees in France are entitled to up to €800 a year of training, which they can spend on extra workplace training or put towards the cost of a driving licence. And now there's an app to make it easier to access.
Whether you’re in love with la belle France, worried about Brexit or just tired of having to keep renewing your carte de séjour, there are plenty of advantages to taking French citizenship.
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If you've spent time in France over Christmas one thing you're likely to have noticed is the amount of fish and seafood that is around, so what are the roots of this festive tradition?
One for the moaners.
Doing any renovation is a complicated and lengthy project - but doing it in a foreign country adds a whole new level of challenge. Here is our A-Z guide to renovating a house in France.
This week's My French Business features a unique spot in idyllic rural northern France for those seeking rest, relaxation and perhaps a bit of fly fishing. James Hughes tells us about La Cascade, and offers some crucial advice for anyone setting up business in France.
Police are bracing themselves for the possibility of more violence on Saturday from rioters attending 'yellow vest' protests.