Energy savings: 70% of swimming pools have lowered the temperature by at least one degree

Energy savings: 70% of Swimming Pools have Lowered the Temperature by at Least One Degree

ENERGY SAVINGS: In gymnasiums and sports centres, “86% of buildings have reduced the temperature by at least 2 degrees” To save energy, 70% of the pools have lowered the temperature “by at least 1 degree”, detailed this Wednesday by the Ministry of Sports in a progress report. Reviewing the forty recommendations of the sports component of the energy […]

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Deconfinement: curfews, bars and restaurants, sport ... What is changing today

Deconfinement: Curfews, Bars and Restaurants, Sport … What is Changing Today

From Wednesday 9th June 2021, a new stage of gradual deconfinement in France, several restrictions will be eased, especially in bars and restaurants. Details. It is the penultimate stage of deconfinement before, perhaps, a return to normal life. From June 9th, 2021, the French will once again be able to invest in the interior of bars and restaurants, return home later […]

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Sportall platform will deliver sports in France

Will the New Sportall Platform Revolutionise the Distribution of Sport in France?

MEDIA: Launched in November, Sportall is positioned as an innovative means of production and distribution for sports with little media coverage Today, zoom on Sportall, a new online video platform that allows you to watch sports competitions via a mobile application. Involved from the production of images to broadcasting, it targets sports with little or no […]

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French subscribers to video streaming platforms spend 15 euros per month on it, according to a report by CSA and Hadopi published on March 8, 2021

Streaming Platforms: Subscribers Spend 15 Euros Per Month

SVOD: The French subscribers to video streaming platforms spend 15 euros per month on it, a budget that remains stable in the face of the multiplication of offers Netflix, Amazon Prime Video, Salto, Disney +, MyCanal, Apple TV +, at a time when streamers are multiplying, what budget do the French spend on video streaming platforms? According […]

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France is counting more and more people in intensive care because of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Coronavirus Covid-19: 471 New Hospital Deaths, at Least 884 in Nursing Homes since the Start of the Epidemic

Thursday 2nd April 2020, France recorded 4,503 deaths in hospital and at least 884 in Ehpad. 26,246 people are hospitalised, including 6,399 in intensive care. The days follow and are alike. Thursday 2nd April 2020, France records 4,503 deaths in hospitals, linked to the Coronavirus Covid-19 pandemic, since March 1st. It’s 471 more than yesterday. 26,246 people are hospitalized, including 6,399 […]

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The latest update on Coronavirus in France

Coronavirus: 372 Deaths, Nearly 11,000 Confirmed Cases… Update on the Situation in France

The latest assessment from French health authorities shows that the spread of Coronavirus Covid-19 is intensifying in France. The point on what to remember from the day of March 19th, 2020. Confinement, day 3. The days follow and resemble each other, while the measures to restrict movement require every day a lot of new adjustments and adjustments. According […]

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France recorded on Thursday March 5, 2020 a seventh death linked to the coronavirus.

Coronavirus: Seven Dead, 423 Positive Cases… Update on the Situation in France

The coronavirus caused, Thursday 5th March 2020, three new victims, announced the director general of Health, Jérôme Salomon, and contaminated 138 additional people. The balance sheet increases from hour to hour in France. The Director-General of Health, Jérôme Salomon, reported on Thursday, March 5, 2020, 423 people infected with the coronavirus, ie 138 more than the day before. Three […]

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The Honda Civic 1.0 is revealed as a large, sedan capable of taking long journeys in astonishing comfort.

Honda Civic 1.0 CVT: Contained Aggressiveness

The new Honda Civic sports a particularly aggressive dress sheltering a whole range of motorizations including one rather peaceful of 126 ch which is displayed at 27 720 €. Appeared in 1973, the Civic has had a strange journey throughout its 10 generations, passing from the small but wise city car of 3.54 m with its 69 hp to the […]

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Sports Minister Roxana Maracineanu, at the exit of the Palais de l'Elysées, September 20, 2019.

Penalise Clubs for Homophobic and Racist Songs: Possible but Not Enough

Sports Minister Roxana Maracineanu has reopened an old debate this weekend by “judging inadmissible” the songs heard during the last clasico “PSG-OM” in Paris. Should football clubs be penalised when tribunes play homophobic or racist songs? In France, sanctions are theoretically possible but very little applied and actors also plead for the dialogue and awareness of supporters. Sports Minister […]

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In Châteaubriant, a multisport week is planned for the October holidays

Châteaubriant: A Multisport Course for Young People at the End of October

A multisport course for young people is organised in Châteaubriant (Loire-Atlantique), during the first week of school holidays. A multi-sport course is organized in Châteaubriant (Loire-Atlantique)  from Monday 22nd to Friday 26th October 2018 (first week of school holidays) for young people aged between 9 to 14 years old. It will take place at the Nelson Mandela stadium (Vitré road), from 9:30 […]

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