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Les Mages Water Leakage Illustrates the Importance of Having a TALR Solution in Place

A recent incident in Les Mages, a village in the Languedoc-Roussillon region in southern France, illustrates the impact water leakage has.

In this case, the leakage in the aged water mains occurred on a Thursday at the end of the working day around 4 pm. 263 more words

dans le noir

Yesterday night, we went to a very special restaurant in down-town Paris, called “dans le noir” where meals take place in complete darkness (truly “dans le noir”!). 186 more words

Travel

Taking the peace: neighbourly relations

Moving to the south of France sounds like the perfect way to spend your later years. However, the retirement dream of one British couple in Languedoc-Roussillon has become a nightmare – and all because of their neighbour. 204 more words

News And Politics

Southern France: A hot spot for value

By John Szabo MS with notes from David Lawrason and Sara d’Amato

Southern France in general, and the sprawling crescent-shaped region of the Languedoc-Roussillon in particular, is one of the smartest places to go shopping for character-filled wines at inordinately low prices. 1,684 more words

Wine

Buyers’ Guide to VINTAGES Aug 16th – Part One

Southern France
By John Szabo MS with notes from David Lawrason and Sara d’Amato

Southern France in general, and the sprawling crescent-shaped region of the Languedoc-Roussillon in particular, is one of the smartest places to go shopping for character-filled wines at inordinately low prices. 1,682 more words

Wine