Hundreds of expats in Luxembourg have banded together to form a national surveillance and policing network, one they hope will keep everyone as panicked and miserable as they are. “Yes, people are permitted to shop for food or go on short walks to get some fresh air,” said Sadie Cooke, 34, one of the founders. […]
As part of a new rebranding effort to make Luxembourg more attractive, especially to people who come from warmer climates, officials have announced a plan to relocate the entire country to the Mediterranean Sea. “The rain, grey skies, temperatures always hovering around 11 degrees, it’s just a real downer,” said Thierry Schein, head of Lëtzsmile, […]
On March 1, Luxembourg will become the first country in the world to offer free nation-wide public transport. How are people in the Grand Duchy celebrating this momentous event?
Luxembourg officials have confirmed that several mobile speed cameras that escaped from a warehouse last year have begun breeding, and that as many as 100 of the devices are now living on their own. The alarm was sounded on Monday by a motorist who stopped near Kopstal for what she believed was a group of […]
MULLERTHAL – Saying “well, it was rather obvious,” a group of hikers in Luxembourg’s region known as Little Switzerland have discovered hundreds of tiny Swiss people living there. For decades, experts wondered why the relatively low-lying area, home to a couple of hills and a creek, was named after a country that’s renowned for its […]