The Grand Duchy is Snow joke, Architecture awards, Tax law changes afoot, Strasbourg in mourning, COP24 findings, Fake stars and weather.
In today’s local and world news summary, Bettel talks tough on Brexit, Luxembourg's Motor Show, Yellow Vest protests continue, Brussels migrant demo and more.
Today's Daily Newscast, 6pm
The manhunt for Cherif Chekatt (the number 1 suspect in the Strasbourg shooting) continues, Brexit casts shadow over EC summit, new speed cameras on E411.
Shooting at Strasbourg’s Christmas market, Xavier Bettel presents his government’s plan for the next 5 years, and a promising new Luxembourgish wine.
Watch today’s local and world news summary.
The ECJ rules on Brexit reversal, Theresa May postpones Brexit vote, AI goes on trial, global migration compact voted through, and yellow vests cause unrest.
89,000 security forces mobilised across France today as ‘yellow vest’ protests continue, around 2,000 people marched against climate change in Luxembourg City.
A serious accident on the N28 this morning, handover ceremonies continue as the new government takes shape, and the final 17 MPs have been sworn in.
The new coalition government has been sworn in by the Grand Duke, and Martine Hansen takes over as leader of the CSV parliamentary group.
Coalition news - Statec reports good economic climate - Esch workplace death - Brexit confusion is ongoing - Yellow vest tensions - Portugal economy boost
The Grand Duke held a speech at the COP24 meeting on climate change in Poland, and the new coalition agreement has been signed by all three parties.
Government restructuring, World Aids Day, Yellow Vest protests continue, George H. W. Bush dies, Alaska quake, knife statue and weather.
300kg of cocaine at Findel airport, electric bike rollout in Luxembourg City, and music gives way to science at Rockhal.
New government formation, recreational cannabis use looks set to be legalised, F91 Dudelange to face AC Milan, and 2018 one of the hottest years ever recorded.
Luxembourg’s reception of asylum seekers leaves room for improvement, the 2nd edition of “De mains de maîtres”, promoting craftsmanship in the GD, has opened.
Two additional days of holiday allowance, a hike in the minimum wage, and the legalisation of cannabis all seem to have been agreed by three coalition parties.
Several kilometres of traffic jams following single-vehicle accident in the City, and the CGDIS' automated accounting system fails to generate invoices.
Brexit finality, finally, strange tree felling, Luxembourg history visit, images of war and dicey rail games.
Flashmobs in support of the “Orange Week” campaign against violence to women, and the A7 motorway shuts down due to a wild boar.
Traffic lights at the Irrgärtchen are now operational, a barn in Dommeldange was destroyed by fire last night, and the first Christmas markets open in the City.
Irrgärtchen roundabout’s turbo-transformation causes traffic problems, and a new retail centre opened next to Ikea in Arlon today.
The Grand Duchy’s unemployment rate continues to drop and is approaching the 5% mark, and €12.5 million euros were collected through speed cameras in 2017.
Beware of scam calls in Luxembourg as scammers are now using Luxembourgish numbers, the trial of a former teacher accused of sexual harassment and abuse begins.
France's yellow vests protest results in injury and one death, and the Red Cross in Luxembourg is raising funds to help vulnerable citizens.
Yellow Jacket protest tragedy, Walferdange's book day, Luxembourg's stand against violence against women, Fair-trade coffee, Argentine submarine discovered.