A wallaby lost in the Rhône

A motorist had a funny encounter overnight from Tuesday to Wednesday around 1 a.m. On the road to Sain-Bel, in Saint-Pierre-la-Palud, he found himself face to face with a wallaby. It’s no longer worth going to the other side of the world to come across a wallaby in the wild… In the Rhône too, it’s … Read more

coworking with cats is now possible at Gentlecat!

The famous cat bar has just reopened after being closed for two weeks. Look no further for the Gentlecat at 16 rue du General Plessier! The cat bar in the Perrache district has moved a few hundred meters further. More exactly 51 rue Auguste Comte. “New location, new atmosphere“, declare Jimmy and Jérémy, the two … Read more

Bras-Panon has a plan to eat better

Throughout the Fair, the municipality will present on its stand its vanilla road project (R’Vanille) and its Territorial Food Plan (PAT). Validated a few months ago with the State, it aims to promote sustainable, healthy and quality food through more diversified agriculture or the creation of an original municipal cooking school. Presentation. A major theme … Read more

Salazie: His puppy shot dead in his yard

Difficult for Yannick to understand the reasons for this despicable act. Sunday morning, he discovers his puppy, 2 months old, shot dead in his yard. An atrocious act that he fails to understand. The facts took place Saturday evening around 10 p.m. For some unknown reason, Yannick did not hear the shot, unlike his neighbors. … Read more

ALIKA, an exemplary animal protection association

Its president is a fervent advocate and lover of pets. As a speech therapist at Plate Saint-Leu, she regularly demonstrates the benefits of zootherapy. The presence of dogs and cats is good for our balance, “we must therefore be responsible and loving masters” according to Marie Polio, President of Alika (which means dog in Malagasy). … Read more

200 candidates were expected by hotel and restaurant owners

This Thursday at Le Gosier took place a job dating dedicated to the hotel and catering industry. This sector recruits but struggles to find trained, serious and motivated candidates. Pôle emploi Guadeloupe has therefore worked hard to overcome this problem. For the past few weeks, Miguel, a resident of the commune of Sainte-Anne, has been … Read more

What to do with the 27 dogs captured by the TCO a week ago?

On the night of Thursday to Friday last week, the body of a man was found with traces of dog bites. If the autopsy will confirm that the bites were not the cause of death, the TCO (West Coast Territory) had not waited for the results to launch a vast operation to capture stray dogs … Read more

“it takes about 2400 liters of water to make a burger” warns the Alec

Recently, members of the local energy and climate agency (Alec) in Lyon unveiled an instructive study on burgers. And more particularly on the resources necessary to manufacture them. Finding precise answers doesn’t seem so simple, since these change depending on what ingredients you choose inside your sandwich. “The carbon impact of a beef burger is … Read more

The policy against animal wandering in Reunion is “a fiasco”

Friday afternoon, Emmanuel Séraphin brought together the sub-prefect Sylvie Cendre, the representatives of the mayors of the other municipalities in the west, his municipal police, the gendarmerie and the pound agents to put in place a punch response on two days. This round table made it possible to mobilize 17 capture technicians from both SEMRRE … Read more

an increasing number of hounds in our streets

During the night from Friday to Saturday, in La Saline-Les-Hauts, the body of a man was found with traces of bites *, some of which were visibly inflicted by large dogs, probably mastiffs. This type of animal, stray or stray (the difference being that strays have “owners”), are more and more seen in the streets. … Read more