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The negotiations to form a coalition continue, and a third consecutive defeat for F91 Dudelange in Europa League yesterday.
NGOs denounce Luxembourgish multi-national Socfin’s land-grabbing practices, and the official map of the 2019 Tour de France was unveiled today.
The first snow is expected to fall as early as this weekend – which means winter tyres may soon be mandatory, and the EC rejected Italy’s 2019 budget.
Party delegations from the three potential coalition partners began negotiations this morning, and a rail accident in Bettembourg is brought to light.
Luxembourg’s unemployment rate continues to decline,and a fatal accident occurred on the N8 between Reckange and Brouch this morning.
In today's news: Luxembourg Transplant and Multiple Sclerosis association raise awareness
Today's Daily Newcast, 6pm
In today's news: Brexit negotiations at a standstill, Bettel and three other heads of state go for a midnight pint in Brussels.
Xavier Bettel launched preliminary coalition negotiations this morning, and a new campaign has been launched to increase awareness of early cancer symptoms.
Five stowaways found in a refrigerated lorry, an man robbed a petrol station in Hoscheid last night, and a STATEC report reveals that poverty is on the rise.
The outcome of yesterday’s parliamentary elections, violent rainstorms hit south-west France last night, and Luxembourg will face San Marino this evening.
Today's Daily Newscast, 6pm
A thief was caught on tape breaking into a Luxembourg City telephone shop last night, and a new way of learning French is being trialed in Luxembourgish schools
Agreement reached on the reduction of carbon emissions by new cars, and a police van was involved in a collision close to the Sandweiler roundabout.
Around 100 firefighters were called to a fire at disused ArcelorMittal site in Esch-sur-Alzette, and ‘Akut’ put pressure on political parties over pollutants.
The roadworks on the E411 motorway going from Belgium to Luxembourg continue to cause havoc for commuters, and a Bugatti made out of Lego.
Another nightmare morning on the France-Luxembourg rail line as a freight train broke down on the French network, and the consumer price index rose in September
The death toll of Sunday’s terrible road accident on the A3 motorway has risen again, and over 1,000,000 passengers have made use of the funicular.
Yesterday morning’s serious accident near the Gasperich interchange has claimed a third life, and transport misery continues for Belgian cross-border workers.
Today's Daily Newscast, 6pm.
Luxembourg’s space resources continue to grow, and parking in the city just got easier as the Royal Hamilius car park opened today.