Some stories we didn't cover.
The Directeur General of Monte Carlo SBM comments on the sudden strike of cashiers that stopped gaming activities in Monaco during the weekend of 11th and 12th December.
Are there likely to be changes to the State funded Monaco Info television channel? Monaco Hebdo wonders if old plans to sell program sponsorship will see the light of day.
Charlene Wittstock was present at the annual Christmas tree auction, which raised more than 100,000 euros for the Action Innocence association.
Monaco Hebdo asks if new rules limiting campaign finance and the length of candidates' talk time will be in place in time for the communal elections in March 2011.
A new exhibition opens at the Musee d'Anthropologie Prehistorique entitled Les preuves du temps (the evidence of time), dealing with the issues faced by humans in relation to climate change. The museum has recently re-opened following renovation.
While waiting for a decision to be made on the Princess Grace Hospital's (CHPG) new location, internal improvements will continue to be made, including:
Monaco's Mairie has given a refrigerated vehicle to the Soutien Entraide, Benevolat Association for distributing meals.
A record 168,992 km were covered during November's 11th No Finish Line.
Organizers of Monaco's first 2nd hand luxury car sale said they had a good turnout but only one sale, a 1936 Mercedes.
The Conseil National are split over the proposed trust law. Opposition party R&E, and minority coalition UNAM are refusing to take part in preparing the text.
Another year for the campaign organized by Prevention Routiere Monegasque and the police. The aim is to encourage drivers to regularly check the efficiency of their vehicle's lights.