Trains across France are severely disrupted on Friday after the network was hit by unexpected strike action.
Many of Europe’s 33 million international residents have hit something of a jackpot - at least if recent research is anything to go by.
The UK government has updated its Brexit information for those British nationals living in France with UK driving licences and it has corrected wrong information it published around the expiry of photocards.
If you dream of working for luxury brands like Saint Laurent and Dior, ESSEC Business School in Paris may well be your next destination.
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The new French government website that allows British people to apply online for residency has launched. Here's what we know about it.
Has this university in southern Sweden found the recipe for innovation?
In the case of a no-deal Brexit, certain groups of British people will need to prove that they have full health insurance. With the government's new residency site now up and running, we take a look at what exactly a French mutuelle involves.
Moving overseas changes you in many ways but perhaps most surprising is the way it affects your relationship with your home country.
When asked why they dream of moving to France, many people say that it's about a better quality of life for their family - but just how easy is it to uproot children to a foreign country? We asked those who have done it to explain the challenges, the benefits and offer some crucial advice.
After living in France for 22 years, I imagine that I understand the French reasonably well. Two things baffle me, writes John Lichfield.
Marseille has become the first major European city to restrict licences for electric scooter firms, granting just three companies licences to operate within the city.
Want to know how to enjoy Paris without blowing your budget?
As France settles back into work again after the long summer break, our friends at Lost in Frenchlation have put together a list of the best French back-to-school movies.
If there are three words you need in France they are "Oh là là" (nope not Ooh la la), explains our guest blogger, because they can be used in so many ways.
A total of 6.3 million people in France are due a refund on their taxes, the government has announced.
International students coming to France have received a legal boost with a ruling against a planned hike in tuition fees.
The number of jobs available is at a record high across France and is still growing fast, but it is in the Paris and the Lyon regions that by far the most are available - half of the total number.
The French government launched its new online system for British people to get their residency permits after Brexit with the promised of a simplified system - but is it really simple?
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Every bistrot, restaurant and café in France may soon have to include the origin of their meat products on their menus.
Lyon, Nantes, and Toulouse are rising rapidly, with Paris remaining by far the most expensive place to buy a flat or house.
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.
These are the French food and drink habits you're sure to make your own when you live here.