By Agathe Caudron
The beluga arrives in Ouistreham to be rescued, after a week in the Seine
The beluga lost in the Seine for a week will be brought to Ouistreham (Calvados) to try to save it. Read the article here.
Testimony. Julia and Clélie are going to change their last name, and finally be proud to wear it
Since July 1, 2022, a law has made it easier to change your surname. This change can only happen once in a lifetime. Clélie and Julia testify. Read the article here.
Scam and fraud: the University Hospital of Caen and the city of Courseulles respondents to vigilance
Several fraud attempts are relayed in Calvados in this month of August 2022. This is the case in Courseulles-sur-Mer and at Caen University Hospital. Read the article here.
Foreign tourists in Calvados: big surprise in July on the most represented nationality
Americans, Belgians and Dutch are often the most represented foreign tourists in summer in Calvados. This was not the case in July 2022. Read the article here.
Drought in Calvados: new restrictions imposed on the Côte de Nacre
Already on drought alert, municipalities on the Côte de Nacre north of Caen are increasing water restrictions. Read the article here.
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