The role of polls in the upcoming elections, the governor of the Henan province of China visits Luxembourg, and the end of the Thai cave drama.
The Kirchberg hospital turns 15 and continues to expand, Fond Kirchberg present new infrastructure and building projects, and a cashpoint explosion.
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Luxembourgers reclaiming land, and a group of Differdange residents express their discontent with the idea of setting up three new wind turbines.
Fatal road accident, robbery in Luxembourg-city, protesting construction workers, fireworks warehouse explosions in Mexico and bullfights protesters on the menu
Statec has published a list of the biggest employers in Luxembourg with the Post coming out on top, and the US and China are entering a trade war as of midnight
Police are searching for an English-speaking carjacker, prison reform under discussion in Parliament, Merkel rekindles tensions over Europe’s migration issue.
130 firefighters at major fire in Esch-sur-Alzette yesterday, Bettel visits the border to North Korea, and iceberg hunting in South Africa.
Bettel charms South Korea, Veloh’s new electric bikes in the City will be delayed until September, Angela Merkel’s coalition in trouble over migration.
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EU reaches agreement on migration crisis, and Asteroid Day is being observed today with Brian Cox and Richard Dawkins visiting Luxembourg.
Medical (but not recreational) marijuana to become legal in Luxembourg, and a shocked Germany finished last in group F of the world cup.
The boy who was kidnapped in Rollingergrund yesterday was found safe and sound in France last night, and the city skyliner is back in Luxembourg City.
Amber alert issued as young boy was kidnapped by his father, and the death of 7 motorcyclists in Luxembourg so far in 2018 leads to new safety measures.
A study from France suggests that Luxembourg may need up to 150,000 cross-border workers from France by 2025, and nursing home strikes continue.
Luxembourg celebrates national day, 2017 was better than expected for the Luxembourg economy, and Britain celebrates two years since the Brexit referendum.
National day preparations, an update on unemployment benefits for cross-border workers, and ‘the left’ party ramping up for elections.
New demographic data from Statec, Luxembourg government contests EU Commission's decision to impose tax reimbursement on Fiat, and traffic accidents.
European Commission requests that Luxembourg recuperate €120 million in tax revenue from Engie, and Luxembourg City encourages people to vote with their butts.
New bollard to stop cross-border commuters in Schengen, Marine Le Pen will have to reimburse over €300,000 to the European Parliament.
CFL reports increased passenger numbers but lower net profits, and an accident on the A3 caused long queues this morning.
Green Run, shoah commemoration and much more on today’s local and world news summary.
Resolution finally found in nursing home strikes, football party on the Glacis, and new platform launched to help in high school selection.
New ecological holiday complex will be built in Weiswampach, free public transport for young people, cycling paths closed due to processionary moth infestation.
Petition for “specialist coffee shops” and legalisation of cannabis in Luxembourg, reform of divorce law, and new plans for the effects of climate change.
Unusual flying objects over the capital, circus arts in Dudelange, and football on the Glacis.
National holiday preparations
Flooding in the south of the country, the reality of Brexit hits the UK, North Korea summit, and France’s Ubisoft makes a splash at E3 in Los Angeles.