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.
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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.
In today's news: Coalition negotiations, Irrgarten roundabout construction chaos, plastic packaging debate in parliament, and Luxembourg's loss against Belarus
Nicolas Schmit (LSAP) confirms his interest in European Commissioner role, and 1,700 patients have already benefitted from the new PET scan at CHL.
Coalition negotiations continued this morning, industrial relations are tense at Luxtram, and an accident occurred in Mamer this morning.
Today's Daily Newcast, 6pm
the union of Luxembourgish town and communes presents its demands to the government, as does the automobile club (ACL.
In today's news: Armistice centenary in Paris and across the world, a fire at a Schengen warehouse, the LuxExpo antiques fair, wildfires in California.
In today's news: Illegal gambling in Portugal and Luxembourg,several motorway roadblocks over the weekend and the results of yesterday's F91 Dudelange game.
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A temporary speed camera har has been installed on the N2 in advance of a new fixed model, and Donald Trump declares midterm result a "tremendous success".
The growth of petrol pump tourism, Vel'oh’s electric bike rollout is finally starting to materialise, and the US midterms get underway.
Luxembourgish satellite operator GovSat has signed a cooperation agreement with France, and American voters will go to the polls tomorrow for the 2018 midterms.
In today's news: Youth takes an interest in heritage, New Caledonia votes to remain part of France, tragic floods in Italy and "disgusting food museum" in Malmö
Today's Daily Newscast, 6pm
The ‘Feast of All Saints’ and what it means, and 2018 is set to become one of the hottest years ever recorded. That, and a peculiar looking deep sea creature.
A new fixed radar will be installed on the N12, and the port of Barcelona was the scene of a rare accident this morning as a ship collided with a crane.
The new parliament met today for its first public session, a serious crash occurred near Kehlen this morning, and trees cut in preparation for tram extensions.
Thousands stuck this morning as the A31 came to a standstill, and the tram extensions continue.