Port of Caen: Another Ferry Delayed this Afternoon

After the Mont-Saint-Michel this morning the Normandie should be delayed in the afternoon, due to the movement of dockworkers at Caen. This morning the Brittany Ferries boat, the Mont-Saint-Michel departed from the port of Caen-Ouistreham two hours behind schedule. The dockers protests also disrupts departures this afternoon. The boat, Normandie will leave around 6.30 pm instead …

Ouistreham: Dockworkers on 48 hours Strike Tomorrow Morning

Dockers of the Brittany-Ferries renew their strike for 48 hours. Tomorrow Thursday, 26th May, they will block cargo trucks. But not passengers … Ouistreham dockworkers have decided to continue their strike for 48 hours, from tomorrow Thursday,26th May from 6.30am to 11.30pm.  The Same for Friday, 27th May, “But we will let passengers pass” says the CGT. …

Calvados: 46 Stations in Totally Out of Fuel

The prefecture has just published a status update on the department. The situation has deteriorated slightly compared to yesterday. But not enough to ration. There are currently 46 petrol stations totally out of fuel, 56 stations who are out SP95 petrol, 54 stations out of SP98 petrol and 63 stations currently out of diesel.  That …

Caen: New Demonstrations against Labour Law

In Caen, dams were set up on the southern ring road in both directions. Traffic is strongly affected. For 5.15am on Tuesday, the unions CGT, FO and Normandy Road Transport set up the dams on the southern ring road of Caen, up to Mondeville and Cormelles-le-Royal, demanding the withdrawal of labour law . A hundred protesters …

Labour law: Major Protests throughout France

Mobilizing the call of unions opposed to the Labour law started in the morning, with schools closed in Paris and blockages reported in Rennes and Nantes. The CGT, FO, FSU, Solidaires, the UNEF, the UNL and Fidl have called for demonstrations against the labour law throughout France, the fifth of national and unitary mobilization day in …

Damage of the ‘Normandie’: 12 Connections between Caen and Portsmouth canceled

The unavailability of the “Normandie” until Sunday, 17th April forced the company to cancel twelve connections between Caen and Portsmouth. The damage on the Normandie will take longer to fix than expected . Consequently, the connections between Caen and Portsmouth will be disrupted until Sunday, 17th April 17.  The company will contact all affected passengers …