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The week of Monday 13 to Sunday 19 December 2021 ends. If you haven’t had time to follow the latest news from Morbihan, we give you a reminder with five articles.
Forced entry to the Christmas market
A minority of the demonstrators forced the gates of the market slightly injuring an employee of Coeur de Vannes on Saturday, December 11, 2021. Complaints were filed at the beginning of the week:
Vannes: complaints and anger of traders after the intrusion of the Christmas market
After the intrusion into the Christmas market in Vannes (Morbihan) having injured two members of Coeur de Vannes on December 11, the president reacted and announced the filing of complaints.
A petition to save the hospital
the central Brittany hospital group, whose establishments are located between northern Morbihan and southern Côtes-d’Armor, is threatened. A petition is online to save it:
Center-Bretagne: a petition to save the hospital reaches more than 43,000 signatures
A petition to save the central Brittany hospital group, whose establishments are located between Morbihan and Côtes-d’Armor, has reached more than 43,000 signatures.
A nice surprise in the oyster
A resident of Montoir-de-Bretagne near Saint-Nazaire (Loire-Atlantique) fished at Pénestin (Morbihan) an oyster and especially an pearls, well hidden inside the shell:
Morbihan: he discovers a beautiful pearl in an oyster from Pénestin
A resident of Montoir-Bretagne (Loire-Atlantique) discovers a very beautiful pearl in an oyster caught in Pénestin (Morbihan).
The first names of the Interceltic Festival
The artists will be to discover from August 5 to 14, 2022 in Lorient :
Gaétan Roussel, Elephant Sessions… The first names of the Lorient Interceltic Festival
The Festival Interceltique de Lorient (FIL) will take place from August 5 to 14, 2022. The first artists were unveiled by the programmer Jean-Philippe Mauras at the beginning of December 2021.
A robot in the operating room of the Vannes hospital
The Brittany Atlantique Hospital Center (CHBA) of Vannes received a new surgical robot. Worth approximately one million d’euros, the hospital has chosen to rent it:
At the Vannes hospital, a Christmas present before the hour with the rental of a robot at one million euros
The Center Hospitalier Bretagne Atlantique (CHBA) in Vannes (Morbihan) is equipped with a robot for interventions in urology, digestive surgery, gynecology and ENT.
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