Here is the recap of the news. The Southern Alps' news highlights

Monday, May 23 | Southern Alps: eldorado for film shoots? </p> The Film Market is held alongside the 75th Cannes Film Festival.

Here is the recap of the news. The Southern Alps' news highlights

Monday, May 23 | Southern Alps: eldorado for film shoots?

The Film Market is held alongside the 75th Cannes Film Festival. The Southern Alps filming reception offices praises the filmmaking potential of its destination. Echoing the multiplicity of the Hautes-Alpes and the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence. The "tradition of shoots", which both departments encompass.

Also see:

> The emotions and questions after the crash that claimed five lives,

> Soapboxes in Gap are the stars of today

> Romette, a petition opposing the creation of a Greenway

Tuesday, May 24

After the Russian invasion of Ukraine, the 3rd Squadron (of the 4th Fighter Regiment) joined NATO forces and the Romanian theaters of operations in February. The 4th RCh unit will return to Gap before the end of the summer.

Also see:

> Ubaye will take the Cannes Film Festival's steps

Frederic Gilardot is a man of great serenity.

> General agricultural competition: Rain of trophies to the medalists

Wednesday, May 25

Improvements and repairs are currently being made to the road that leads to the end of the 11th stage, which will be completed on July 13. The Tour de France cannot leave any trace of its passage, due to the Col du Granon being located in the Natura 2000 area.

Also see:

> Continue your search to find the hiker

> Haut-Alpines are among the most beautiful Tarine cows

> Udaf alerts to crisis in health and social sector

Thursday, May 26

Briancon's La Meije retirement house moved on March 21 and a non-medical reception facility opened its doors. It is open to people over 65 with disabilities. It is unique in the area. *

Also see:

> Volunteer firefighters: We don't need any more volunteers. But we do have more firefighters.

> A driver strikes a policeman's bike and runs

> A site for outdoor activities at Fort Tournoux

Friday, May 27|All out: Maxime Potard questions virility

Maxime Potard, from the international detachment Muerto Coco, returns to All Out (finally). With his creation Dancing in My little living room, without me asking any questions.

Also see:

> Culture: Libraries are leading the digital revolution in culture

> Wolf: "Predation remains very high" in the Alpes-de-Haute-Provence

> Soon, solar panels will be on the fields after the orchards are finished.

Saturday May 28 | Cartoonist Paulina Spucches 'felt a crush on Vivian Maier'

Paulina Spucches drew and wrote Vivian Maier, - On the Surface of the Mirror. She visits the Hautes-Alpes at the beginning of June to discuss her work. In it, she portrays the portrait of a mysterious woman, which is considered to be among the most important photographers of the 20th Century.

Also see:

> Estelle, nine kids: New city, new savings

> Villar-d’Arene: These Heren queens will load cows at the Col du Lautaret on Saturday

> Paul Audan: Dismissal for Moral Harassment

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