At Baie des Citrons, in addition to the anti-shark net installed, the area will be fully supervised. All other beaches and islets are not secured, but are now authorized for swimming. Phew! Caledonians and tourists alike will...Read More
They defy the authorities and swim despite the ban The bays of Nouméa have been banned from swimming this year following several shark attacks. Noumea town hall is currently installing an anti-shark net to allow the beaches to...Read More
The New Caledonian government and the Red Cross, in conjunction with the French government, have sent humanitarian aid to Papua New Guinea following the eruption of the Bagana volcano in July. 200 kitchen kits, 300 hygiene kits,...Read More
To support the sale of electric cars The Caledonian Energy Agency aims to help New Caledonia achieve its energy transition. The agency has decided to offer a 20% discount on electric cars, buggies and scooters. The aid is capped...Read More
- Former Caledonian High Commissioner at the Elysée Palace
Former haussaire Patrice Faure has been appointed to the strategic position of director of the Élysée cabinet. The new arrival is a 56-year-old former non-commissioned officer who worked for the DGSE (secret service). He was prefect in the Morbihan region and above all high commissioner of the Republic in New Caledonia, where he was responsible for organizing the referendum on self-determination. He greeted the French President in French Guiana in 2017 with a resounding: "The problem with the French administration is that there are more underpants than balls!