Catalonia with the family in terms of beaches, nature and culture

Costa Brava, Costa Barcelona, ​​Costa Daurada and Teres de Libre Are the four major seaside destinations in Catalonia. We know them by name, they are famous and legendary to some. Here are their idiosyncrasies, personalities and…our favorites. They all have this common feature: they are aimed at all generations. Costa Brava between the Pyrenees and … Read more

Serge Mane, a rapper who owns 100,000 records, sold and became a lawyer

Paris 8 near the Champs Elysees. “In rap, you take a pseudonym, when you are a lawyer, you wear the dress. Either way, you play a role,” Serge Mooney calmly explains. A glass of 12-year-old rum on hand, snugly tucked away in the lounge area of ​​his vast office. The guy knows what he’s talking … Read more

The mobile money boom: North and South Africa are still lagging behind, and here are the reasons

#The Kingdom of Morocco Africa has monopolized 70% of the world’s mobile financial transactions, estimated at more than $1,000 billion. This volume is driven by West and East Africa, while North and South are still far behind. details. Africa is the world’s leading player in mobile financial services, making a strong contribution to the financial … Read more

A big celebration of nature this weekend at Landscape Park

The Côté Nature event invites schoolchildren and residents to come (to rediscover) the rustic charm of the park, with two days of activities and walks. © SaintNazaireNews.fr There are places where we sometimes no longer measure their value, because they are such an integral part of our everyday landscapes. The Landscape Park, a 50-hectare green … Read more

IKEA turns its stores into warehouses

The Swedish furniture giant wants to use its flagships to place orders online. If Ikea still believes in the future of its stores, it now wants to use it to accelerate its online sales and better serve its customers. Ingka, which operates 90% of Ikea stores worldwide, announced Monday that it will invest more than … Read more

IKEA turns its stores into warehouses

The Swedish furniture giant wants to use its flagships to place orders online. If Ikea still believes in the future of its stores, it now wants to use it to accelerate its online sales and better serve its customers. Ingka, which operates 90% of Ikea stores worldwide, announced Monday that it will invest more than … Read more

In Nantes, positive results for free transport on weekends

Since April 24, 2021, you can take buses, trams and buses to Nantes without having to validate your transfer ticket. A decision intended to encourage residents of the agglomeration and beyond to join downtown, has been a bit neglected for a few years of demonstrations and traffic restrictions…A year later, the frequency of transportation increased … Read more

Wall Street opened sharply lower, a hangover after the Fed

The New York Stock Exchange opened sharply lower on Thursday, recovering from the euphoria that followed Wednesday’s announcement of a significant increase in the Federal Reserve and comments from its chairman. Around 2:00 p.m., the Dow Jones is down 1.44%, the Nasdaq, with a strong technological colouration, is down 2.60%, and the broader Nasdaq is … Read more

Safety Instruction Sheet: Training and media support for employees

againstFor this reason, the Work Welfare Code requires an employer to provide workers with information regarding the risks they are exposed to and preventive measures to address them. He is also obligated to ensure that they are trained in the work required, particularly in the use of the machinery they will be using. In this … Read more

Travel: Canada by Canoe: An Extraordinary Journey, 100% Nature and Adventure

April 21, 2022 Kayaking on the Patiscan River in Quebec © Caroline de Fréminville In partnership with 66° Nord Canada, the second largest country in the world, can also be visited by water. An authentic and ecological approach to this dream country with many rivers and lakes that are nice to sail on. Used by … Read more