“Keeping things together”
Yves Cruchten was General Secretary of the Luxembourg Socialists for almost ten years and actually wanted to take a break from his party work. Then he took over the presidency of the LSAP in March la…
"A pessimist very rarely becomes an entrepreneur"
It's no secret: not all businesses in Luxembourg will survive the crisis. If the first lockdown was just about coped with, the second one was imminent. Entrepreneurs from all sectors are suffering fr…
Banks have been tightening the security of internet payments since 1st of January, an obligation of the European Union to reduce fraud.
When cash lies on the field
Five times the wage: that's how much Bartosz earns when he's in Luxembourg. The 23-year-old Pole actually wants to study, and seasonal work should soon open university doors. For him and many others,…
The culture of not yet knowing
Last year, a comfortable illusion was broken: Experts didn't know something. People had to wait. But it is precisely this uncomfortable not-yet-knowing that is the fuel of research.
A lawyer in the Jungle of Calais
In January, Nora Fellens, 31, finished a year of volunteering with migrants stranded in Calais, who are often hoping for a passage to the United Kingdom.
Elo mol éierlech
In this "real talk" format, Bill Wirtz dives into the topics that move Luxembourg. He talks to people who have something to say – he asks questions, challenges and investigates.
Re-Employment Aid in Need of Aid
Once a symbol of the Luxembourgish welfare state, the scope of re-employment aid has been severely limited since the reform of April 2018. Stricter criteria have swept away accusations of abuse (whic…
Making the CSV relevant again
CSV President Frank Engel is not done with what he had planned for the party. Ever since he took over as party president in January 2019, he has wanted the CSV to become relevant again. His wish cont…
The long road to a bicycle-friendly country
Cycling is booming, but the safe slopes seem to be lacking. Four cyclists tell their story.
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