Some stories we didn't cover.
Fontvieille district now has a direct road tunnel link to the underground bypass through Monaco.
Around 4000 disadvantaged kids were treated to free entertainment organized by the Enfants de Frankie.
Alain Llorca's new lunchtime restaurant opens, replacing the Karement nightclub.
Two Monaco students set off on a 3 week educational journey to the polar region after winning a national education competition.
The Government is stepping in to save the jobs of 125 workers at the Principality's financially strapped sport clinic.
Monaco's Tourist Authority woos Italian entrepreneurs at the ballet.
The Union Nationale de l'Apiculture Francaise (UNAF) and Monaco have signed a partnership agreement to raise awareness of the importance of bees, and to build hives in the Principality.
Monte Carlo SBM reopens its erotic cabaret show.
Father Christmas visits Monaco's schoolchildren in an electric sleigh.
An American children’s hospital has received a grant from the Government to research acute myeloid leukemia (AML).
"The yachting industry continues to generate significant returns in terms of the economy, finance and employment" says Prince Albert II during the Yacht Club of Monaco's award evening.
Charlene Wittstock takes part in handing out Christmas gifts to children at the annual party in the Palace.
A new book by Pierre Laplace looks back in time to when there were 131 hotels in Monte Carlo. Entitled Les hotels d'hier et aujourd'hui a Monaco : tome II, with 39 pages and 1050 illustrations, the book is on sale for 59 euros in Fnac.