As the likelihood of the UK crashing out of the EU without a deal looms, there's still a lot of uncertainty of how a no-deal could affect travel between the UK and France. Here's what we know so far.
Around 50 million people live outside their native countries, enticed by the many benefits of expatriation. Such an upheaval isn’t without its challenges but as we approach 2019, an expat survey* suggests there’s never been a better time to live abroad.
Find out what revamps are in store this year for the city in France near you.
Whether you’re interested in history, sports, food, art, doing business or learning something new, the Maltese Islands should be your next port of call – and this is why.
A group of French "yellow vest" protesters announced plans Wednesday to field candidates in this year's European Parliament elections, with a 31-year-old health worker to lead a list that a poll suggests could win up to 13 percent of the vote.
Business internships are more than just a practical way for business students to gain workplace skills and experience. They’re highly valued by future employers too, as recent graduates of prestigious business school ESCP Europe’s Bachelor in Management (BSc) programme are finding out.
The weekend's 'yellow vest' protests saw more violent attacks and abuse targeting French journalists and some even blocked newspapers from being distributed. Here Gilets Jaunes tell The Local exactly why they detest and distrust the media in France.
It's fair to say that 2018 proved to be a tumultuous year for the French and France in general, with the "yellow vest" protests dominating headlines at the end of the year. But what awaits the country in 2019?
France has maintained its crown as Europe's most fertile country but that could soon be a thing of the past.
Our columnist and veteran France correspondent John Lichfield answers some questions from readers about the ongoing 'yellow vest' movement including a look at where it will all end.
How well have you followed the news in France in 2018? Test your knowledge of the big events that took place over the year in our quiz over. Here's the fifth and final round.
The 'yellow vests' might be getting most of the coverage but they aren't the only ones protesting in France at the moment, with French high school students jumping on the bandwagon to vent grievances of their own.
This French word has nothing to do with anarchy but nonetheless you definitely won't want to experience it first hand.
Finding a job in France can be tough but there are a few rules you can follow that will help you land that perfect role. Founder of the Mister Bilingue employment agency Ludovic Martin tells us his five top tips for job hunting in France.
The size of the apartment you can rent for your money in France depends hugely on which city you live in. Here's a look at what you can get for your money.
During this season of cold and snow, you may well have heard the phrase 'Il fait un froid de canard' uttered more than once. Here's a look at what it means along with some other bizarre expressions that use animals to describe the weather.
France dishes out more in social spending that any other country in the developed world, a new study shows
Leaving the EU without a deal could leave more than just a bitter taste in French winemakers’ mouths. *French language learner article*
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.
Forget the big cities in France, winter offers the perfect opportunity to take in some of the country's many, many beautiful towns.
One of France's most celebrated screenwriters is taking on its biggest taboo, the bloody conflict in Algeria, in a new war film.