The leader of the opposition group Carole Gandon (LREM) and city councilor Olivier Dulucq criticize the refusal to host the Grand Départ of the Tour de France in 2021. - C. Allain

Tour de France: For the Opposition, “Rennes is Making a Fool of Itself” by Refusing to Host the Start in 2021

The opposition continues to criticize the decision of the socialist mayor Nathalie Appéré not to receive the Grand Départ of the Tour de France in 2021 The summer soap opera is not over. No, Rennes will not host the big start of the Tour de France in 2021. Mayor Nathalie Appéré and his left-wing majority preferred to decline the […]

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A ferry diverted to Cherbourg because of a strike action in Saint-Malo

Ille-et-Vilaine: A Ferry Diverted to Cherbourg Because of a Strike Action in Saint-Malo

STRIKE ACTION: Around thirty dockers received their letter of dismissal in July from the company Saint-Malo Manutention (SMM) which will be liquidated without recovery. A ferry connecting Portsmouth to Saint-Malo, carrying more than 500 people, mostly British, could not dock this Monday morning in the normal port of Saint-Malo because of strike action, we learned from the shipping company […]

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The Rennes University Hospital is at the forefront of welcoming patients with coronavirus from Brittany

Coronavirus in Brittany: Should we be Concerned to See the Indicator of Reproduction of the Virus Turn Red?

EPIDEMIC: This indicator measuring the number of people infected with coronavirus by a patient is clearly increasing in Brittany This Friday, Public Health France placed Brittany “in the red zone” concerning the indicator of “effective reproduction”. It is 2.6 this week, or one patient contaminates an average of 2.6 people. “This indicator should not be taken in […]

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In Brittany, an employee dismissed for removing mask

Coronavirus in Brittany: An Employee Dismissed for Having Removed his Mask at Work

CORONAVIRUS EPIDEMIC: Man explained he removed mask as he was suffering from respiratory problems, former employer defends himself He had been working as a forklift operator for around twenty years in a window-fitting company based in Briec, near Quimper (Finistère). On May 28, he took off his mask while at work. His management saw him and fired him, reports Le Télégramme . The employee and […]

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One month of rain in 24 hours… Extended weather alert in Brittany

Weather: One Month of Rain in 24 hours… Extended Weather Alert in Brittany

WEATHER: Significant amount of rain fell on the Brittany region but little damage is to be deplored He showered all day in Rennes. Not much less in Brest, Vannes or Saint-Brieuc. Placed in orange alert, Brittany was abundantly watered this Thursday. According to Meteo France data, the equivalent of a “normal” month of June fell in just 24 hours! But […]

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Health kits distrubuted to traders in Rennes for Deconfinement on May 11th

Coronavirus in Rennes: Health Kits Distributed to Traders for Recovery

TRADE: From May 11th, businesses in Rennes will have to respect strict specifications for the deconfinement Relieved to reopen, many merchants are wondering about the conditions for reopening their store. From May 11th, all businesses will have to respect strict specifications in order to limit the number of people present in the stores according to their surface area and […]

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Emmanuel Macron chats with an employee in a Super U in Saint-Pol-de-Léon, April 22, 2020.

Emmanuel Macron in Brittany to Meet the Agricultural and Food Industry

The President of the Republic, Emmanuel Macron is in Finistère this Wednesday, visiting an agricultural cooperative and then a supermarket, as a sign of support for the food industry. While the ministers are making their first projects for deconfinement, Emmanuel Macron arrived in Brittany on Wednesday 22nd April 2020, in the middle of the afternoon, to support […]

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Martinique's Yaniss Odua has confirmed his presence at the Reggae Breizh Party 2020 in Pontivy, postponed to next Saturday October 3.

Coronavirus: Reggae Breizh Party Postponed to October in Pontivy

The sixth edition of the Reggae breizh Party was to be held next June in Pontivy. Because of the Coronavirus epidemic, it has been postponed to Saturday 3rd October 2020. A large part of the programming is maintained. It will be the biggest concert given at Pontivy this year. It was to be held on Saturday 13th […]

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On Sunday, April 5, 2020, two new health trains will leave from Paris to transfer 48 coronavirus patients to hospitals in Brittany.

Brittany: Two New Medical TGVs will Transfer 48 Patients from Paris to Brittany

On Sunday 5th April 2020, two new health TGV trains will leave from Paris to transfer 48, coronavirus patients, to hospitals in Brittany. Of medicalized TGV has transported 36 patients Coronavirus Covid-19 trial in serious condition Wednesday 1st April 2020 from Paris to Brittany. These were distributed among the hospitals of Rennes (Ille-et-Vilaine), Saint-Brieuc (Côtes-d’Armor) and Brest (Finistère). Two additional sanitary trains will be chartered […]

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A line of ambulances leave Saint-Brieuc station on April 1, 2020 with patients who have just arrived from Paris.

Coronavirus Covid-19: 36 Serious Cases from Paris Arrived in Brittany by Medical TGV

Two medical TGVs from Paris arrived in Brittany, carrying 36 serious cases of Coronavirus Covid-19. The goal is to unclog hospitals in Île-de-France. Two medical TGVs evacuated Wednesday 1st April 2020 from Paris to Brittany 36 patients with coronavirus in intensive care, found journalists from AFP, the first major operation of this kind from Ile-de-France, now the region most affected by the epidemic. Les […]

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