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The Connexion 257 - March 2024 e-Paper | Subscribers can find their copy in My Account
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What's inside this month’s edition?
On the front page

Inspectors go online to catch tax fraudsters

Delay to inheritance law decision


Court battle over ‘incentive’ bin collection fees

Absent air traffic controllers putting passengers at risk

French appetite for Le Big Mac keeps growing

Visas / Admin: Immigration bill – next steps

Cartes de résident are not the same as cartes de séjour

Switching could save on your electricity bill

Taxe foncière, gas bills, Crit’air zones... changes in France

The oldest map of Normandy is upside down (to us)

Job centre offers more than listings

Fever of filmmaking in France

The American carpenter who helped to rebuild Notre-Dame

The good, bad and ugly of Alzheimer’s care

Second homes make holiday memories for sick children


Film star Delon dogged by bitter family feud

Taste grows for non-alcoholic wines

Simon Heffer/Nabila Ramdani

Pesticide use ‘ingrained’ in farming

Readers’ letters


Your questions 

Make sense of electric cars in France

Le? La? Gender can be tricky

Record year for solar panels but ‘this is just the beginning’


+ PLUS ‘French Living’ pull-out for print subscribers including gardening, nature, recipes, quizzes and more

Beaucoup de fromage: taste your way around regional French cheeses

At home with Michel Roux

Effortless French city apartment chic

Barbara: the elfin chanteuse adored by all

Tourist beds put in shops for a good cause