In today’s local and world news summary, fire in Bigonville, car rolled on Luxembourg's roads, Die Lenk press conference, EU student climate protests...
In today’s local & world news summary, Esch's industrial heritage, possible abolition of bank charges, Brexit progress, US EU car tariffs, Dhaka blaze and more
Today's news: Luxembourg MEP arrested, unemployment rate down, super rail route between Barcelona and Bettembourg, UBS record fine and yesterday's super moon.
In today’s local and world news summary, Karl Lagerfeld's death sends ripples through fashion world, music therapy, ice swimming, anti-Semitic issues in France
In today's news: Grenade found in Cessange, Earth Overshoot Day tomorrow, Hereditary Grand Duchess Stéphanie's 35. birthday and Istanbul's stray cats and dogs.
The night shelter for homeless people will move out of its current premises once the winter period ends and the "yellow vest" movement continues.
In today's news: ATM blown up on Saturday, Dippach bypass project moves forward, Princess Alexandra turns 28 today and a US cardinal defrocked by the Vatican.
The Minister of Defence Bausch spoke to MPs about yesterday's explosion, cigarette sales go up, and the subscriptions of Vel'OH are free until further notice.
Unexploded WWII ordnance due to be moved to Belgium exploded in Waldhaff this morning killing two and leaving two injured, and A3 motorway expansion confirmed.
Xavier Bettel meets Chancellor Merkel, Diesel prices rise, and tiger surprises two stoners in abandoned house in Texas.
Today's news: Severe crash on the CR115, Luxembourg bottom of EU renewable energy league, new LuxLeaks trial and Nazi Propaganda exhibition at Neumünster Abbey.
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In today's news: A bomb scare at Pétange train station, yellow flood warning for northern Luxembourg, Brexit negotiator Barnier in Luxembourg.
In today’s local and world news summary local & regional flood warnings, Voting information for EU Nationals living in Luxembourg, Kurdish conflict, Lux FedCup
In today’s local and world news summary; Hepatitis A outbreak, Luxembourg's Pirate Party heads, Portuguese Luxembourg pension admin woes, Yellow Vests, Weather
Major roadworks surrounding the Côte d’Eich to last 15 months and Luxembourg continues to prepare for Brexit.
The much-criticised SNCT will soon face competition in Lorentzweiler and Theresa May returns to Brussels.
In today's news: Plastic packaging petition in parliament, construction chaos on the Gasperich junction, SNCT price hike and Venezuelans emigrating to Portugal.
In today’s local and world news summary; Commuting nightmare, Large scale fraud at the CNS, Taxi price rises, Paris blaze, RTL Today's first birthday.
Former tennis pro Gilles Muller lends his support to World Cancer Day, and the need for international protection remains high.
A large fire started at a warehouse in Buderscheid and Theresa May remains adamant that Britain will leave the EU on 29 March.
No spoiled meat from Poland in Luxembourg, minister Etienne Schneider talks to RTL about space strategy and cannabis legalisation, US baby boom?
Snow wreaks more havoc, homelessness charity hands out record number of free meals, and investments in space sector.
Another night of snow causes havoc in the GD, the impact of space mining in Luxembourg, and Luxembourg’s GovSat-1 turns one today.
Watch today’s local and world news summary: Snow chaos in the Grand Duchy, Terrace smoking ban conflicts, Greater Region Summit, Swine Flu measures + Weather
A serious accident on the N14 Tuesday morning, Luxembourg one of the 10 least corrupt countries in the world, and Unicef launch new campaign in aid of children.
A new wintry spell hits Luxembourg with snow aplenty, Bettel on digitalisation, road deaths in France at a historic low, and a sausage hotel.
Government ministers and Holocaust survivors joined the International Holocaust remembrance ceremony in Esch-sur-Alzette and a Banksy tribute was stolen.
The Autofestival begins today, the CSV elects Frank Engel as party president, and Chinese New Year celebrations begin with a parade.
In today's news: Vulgar vandalism in Beaufort, green bonds, Queen calls for "common ground", Doomsday clock at 2 minutes to 12. Also, better weather tomorrow!