After several weeks of dry weather, the Luxembourg government's nature and forests administration has warned of an increased fire risk.
Prepare to get glammed up again this summer as the Irish Club Luxembourg launches yet another summer ball at award-winning restaurant Le Sud.
Luxembourg has 17 musicians competing in Europe's largest digital music competition and the winner will get to record an album in a professional studio. So get voting!
The European Commission has dismissed a British newspaper story about UK car number plates being replaced by a standardised European Union design, as “grossly misleading” and an “absurd fantasy.”
With Germany's RWE and E.ON selling their shares in Luxembourg energy company Enovos, Economy Minister Etienne Schneider has expressed the state's interest in acquiring the shares.
The Luxembourg-based representation of French party UMP has apologised for statements made by party member Laurent Wauquiez, who last week said that Luxembourg should not be in the EU.
Low blood sugar isn't good for marital bliss because it makes spouses more prone to anger and aggression, says a new study.
The Luxembourg Olympic Committee wants better support for the Grand Duchy's athletes from the government and is currently working on an “integrated concept for sports in Luxembourg” to present to politicians later this year.
We've been following the progress of little Ravi who is crescendoing to health, no doubt music to the ears of the animal shelter and den Atelier.
Finance Minister Pierre Gramegna and International Monetary Fund (IMF) Managing Director Christine Lagarde have set up a line of credit worth 2.06 billion euro at the IMF spring conference in Washington DC.
EU foreign ministers meeting in Luxembourg agreed Monday to expand the list of those hit with sanctions for their role in the Ukraine crisis.
The battle against the HIV virus continues after it was revealed that 82 new cases were diagnosed in the Grand Duchy in 2013.
Finance Minister Pierre Gramegna has presented Luxembourg as a “bridge between Europe, America and Asia” at a meeting with high-ranking investors in New York this week.
Three months after the smoking ban in bars and cafés came into effect, Luxembourg's gastronomy federation has reported losses in the sector. But what do clients think? Wort.lu/en went to find out.
The Indian Business Chamber to Luxembourg will celebrate its fifth anniversary with a conference highlighting the business opportunities between Luxembourg and India.
Wort.lu/en has pulled together a selection of its favourite blogs and websites offering tips, advice and insights to living in the Grand Duchy of Luxembourg.
Table Manners by Brendan Hayes & Dan Franch - wort.lu/en's comic strip about an expat family moving to and living in Luxembourg.
Foreign nationals account for around 40 percent of Luxembourg's population. In this monthly feature, Wort.lu/en puts one of these expats in the spotlight.
The weekly Wednesday Word returns! This time researched and written by American students Jaynee Hiegel and Alexandra DeCraene, set to take you on a journey around Luxembourg through student eyes.
We all live and work in Luxembourg but do we really take the time to stop and study it! In these series of articles we will be looking at why 'things' are the way they are, dipping into history and possibly explaining stuff you never even knew!