Today's Daily Newscast, 6pm
Today's Daily Newcast, 6pm
New developments in the school system ahead of the new school year, and the municipality of Hesperange is plagued by an unpleasant smell of unknown origins.
Luxembourg’s Space Agency launched this morning, and Luxembourg’s national team beat San Marino 3:0 in their Nations League match last night.
Kids get involved in solar energy project, and with 628 spaces the new Royal-Hamilius park house will open on the 22nd of September.
Drunk driver crashed into the railing of the ‘Schlassbréck’ on Montée de Clausen today, and a man has been arrested after attacking and wounding 7 in Paris.
The CSV revealed its visual campaign strategy today, and the first Luxembourg edition of the Francofolies festival kicked off yesterday
Macron visits Luxembourg, the impact of tram extensions, and homosexuality is decriminalised in India.
Macron will take part at a citizen consultation at the ‘philharmonie’ tomorrow, and the search for Junckers’ possible successor as president of the commission.
Meteolux announced that the 2018 summer was the second hottest on record, and anger is rising in Brazil following the fire at a national museum.
The 89th edition of Luxembourg's annual street market took place today, and the F91 saga continues with tickets selling faster than you can say kaweechelchen.
Dudelange’s F91 qualify for the group phase of the Europa League, and the Democratic Reform Party (ADR) presented their electoral programme today.
Mullerthal’s tourism sector took a hit due to the extreme weather this summer, and Dudelange’s F91 stand the chance of pocketing prize money this evening.
The Schueberfouer won’t be the only fun attraction in Luxembourg this weekend, and July 2018 was the sunniest ever recorded in Luxembourg.
Gilles Müller is set to retire after being eliminated from the US Open, and a new project seeks to combine environmental protection and agriculture.
A male suspect is on the run near Colmar-Berg and police advise caution, and the Schueberfouer is off to a smashing start.
Dudelange’s F91 secure another win in the Europa league, a forest fire is raging near Berlin, Italy has given an ultimatum to the EU over migration.
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Several grey areas surround the drowning of Portuguese rapper Puto G, and Nasa scientist confirm the presence of frozen water on the surface of the moon.
The Luxembourg government has committed itself to hosting five migrants currently on board the Aquarius, and the Francofolies festival is coming to Luxembourg.
The number of job-seekers continues to drop in Luxembourg, and a 16-year-old girl has been missing since last Thursday.
Schueberfouer 2018 is kicking off next week, a lorry toppled over near Mamer today, and a new temporary radar will be set up on the A31 in France.
The Genoa catastrophe takes a political turn, and a new species of mosquito has appeared in Luxembourg.
Rescuers hard at work in Genoa following the partial collapse of a motorway bridge, and Luxembourg one of five countries to accept migrants from the Aquarius.
At least 30 reported dead as a viaduct collapses in Italy, and a 14-year-old boy has presented his candidacy to become governor of Vermont.
The CSV presented the second part of its electoral programme today, and a lorry driver discovered six refugees hiding in the back of his lorry.
Luxembourg’s economy stronger than ever according to Etienne Schneider, and two new initiatives launched yesterday aimed at reducing drunk driving.
Cardiovascular disease and cancers account for a majority of deaths in Luxembourg, several hundred flights cancelled as German and Dutch pilots join the strikes
New figures show that Luxembourg’s tourist sector is thriving, the effects of the heatwave are felt across Europe – though winemakers are benefiting.