Viewpoint. The town of Yutz (17,000 inhabitants) in Moselle, France, was not spared by the rioters: McDonald’s burned down, the car garage ransacked, cars and garbage cans burned! How did it come to this, asks Bernard Aubin?
The association specializing in the fight against corruption and its head in Moselle, Edith Talarczyk, must answer for defamation against the town of Terville (57). A funny muddle with political overtones.
Is the Nancy medical school blocking the “universitarization” of the RHC, as the elected representatives of Metropolitan France claim? A written question to the Minister of Health, a motion from the Metropolitan Council and an email to the elected officials, to understand the issues.
Exclusive. A preliminary investigation opened at the Metz public prosecutor’s office. The president of the Regional Council, Jean Rottner enters the scene. Catherine Vierling, elected to the Region, tackles it dryly. If it continues, there will be deaths.
In these times of Saint Nicholas and Christmas, the city of Metz and the bishopric of Moselle are celebrating the 800th anniversary of the cathedral. A year of fabulous shows, concerts, conferences and religious celebrations to pay tribute to the builders.