Luxembourg is notoriously expensive for renters. Why? The country is small and there are not so many houses to go around, which makes the demand for housing very high. Plus, Luxembourg attracts a continuous influx of people from overseas. Almost 50% of Luxembourg’s population comes from abroad, attracted by jobs in tech, finance, justice, and politics. Luxembourg is home to European Institutions, tech giants, such as Amazon, is one of the financial hubs of Europe, and hosts NATO offices. They provide employment opportunities and attract professionals from overseas to the Grand Duchy. When you prepare your move to Luxembourg, you have to take into account that renting prices are quite steep. In 2020, the average monthly rent for an apartment in Luxembourg City was 1,585 € and around 4000 € for a house. Given the scarcity of housing and the high prices, people relocating to Luxembourg are faced with the difficult task of finding a home. Here are a few tips and tricks on how to find and rent a flat in Luxembourg City. How to find an apartment for rent in Luxembourg City In Luxembourg, most landlords rent out their property via estate agents. If you find your apartment through an estate agent, you will have to pay a commission for their services that usually amounts to a month’s rent plus VAT. You can start by checking out rental agency websites, property portals, or expat Facebook groups. If you move to Luxembourg for your job, your company might arrange for a corporate serviced apartment in Luxembourg City. Or you can use the services of a relocation agency that can arrange for your accommodation, help with the bureaucracy involved by settling in another country, and even help you find a school for your kids. The Tenancy Agreement If you find an apartment that suits your needs, the next step is to sign the tenancy agreement (contrat de bail à loyer/ mietvertrag). Bear in mind that the contract will be in one of the official languages of Luxembourg: French, German, Luxembourgish. Make sure that you understand the terms of the contract and get a translator if needed. In Luxembourg, tenancy agreements for long-term rentals are for 1 to 3 years. You will need to pay a deposit that amounts to 1 to 3 months of rent, depending on the apartment, if it’s unfurnished or furnished. Most landlords will compile an inventory of the apartment that records its condition at the beginning of the tenancy. You will need to sign it and this will be used to settle any deductions for damages from your deposit. By law, the landlord is required to provide you with the energy performance certificate of the accommodation you are renting. Throughout the tenancy, the tenant will pay for utilities, maintenance, and common expenses if the flat is situated in a shared building. The tenant is also required to get home insurance. You should also be aware of the so-called ‘Painting Clause’ that implies that you will have to completely repaint the flat if you leave it before 3 years. Most landlords tend to add this clause by default and it could become expensive for you. If at all possible, insist on having the so-called ‘Diplomatic Clause’ added to your tenancy agreement. This will allow you to end the agreement before the end of the lease, but only if you need to leave Luxembourg for work. You also need to remember that, different from other countries, Luxembourg lease agreements are automatically renewed for at least 1 full year after the lease term unless stated otherwise. The short-term apartment solution Given the challenge of finding a long-term rental that suits your needs, you might opt for temporary housing in Luxembourg, particularly for the first months following your move. Getting a short-term let will give you the respite to look for your long-term home in Luxembourg at ease. The options vary from getting a room in a shared flat to renting a high-end corporate serviced apartment. These apartments come furnished and, in the latter case, with 24/7 on-call guest service and weekly housekeeping. The short-term let solution is particularly suitable for people who are relocated by their companies for work, who need to find accommodation quickly and be able to start at their new job as soon as possible. These are some of your renting options upon relocation to Luxembourg. If you opt for a short-term let, you might want to consider the services of a corporate housing provider operating in Luxembourg. With your temporary accommodation taken care of, you will be able to get to know that city and choose the area and the house that suits you best.
Luxembourg now allows downloading your Covid vaccination certificate from MyGuichet. Requirements are simple: a) You're vaccinated b) You've a private space in MyGuichet. You can login and download directly from the website. guichet.public.lu/en/citoyens/sante-social/coronavirus/vaccination/demande-covidcheck-certificat-myguichet.html You've to still respect the barrier gestures and its recommended to continue to wear masks.
How to ship anything to or from Luxembourg From entire households to smaller boxes and parcels, find out how to move your stuff overseas or across Europe SPONSORED Whether you're planning a move to Luxembourg from overseas or need to move your stuff across Europe, unraveling the ins and outs of international shipping can be tricky, not to mention costly if you don't do it right.Logistics company Eurosender has successfully helped people ship everything from entire households to beloved musical instruments by land and sea, from door to door. Here they outline how to ship anything to or from Luxembourg while offering up some important tips on how to make your move as smooth as possible. Decide which items will come with you First things first: Nail down dimensions. If you're moving take stock of all of your personal belongings and household items to determine what is essential and what is replaceable then get out your tape measure!As you're deciding what stays and goes, factor in the cost of buying certain items in Luxembourg, where electronics and clothes tend to be on the pricier side, versus the cost of shipping them. Shipping, freight, or ground transport: choose the right service for you Once you know what you want to ship abroad and how much space you need -- maybe you canâ€™t part with your beloved bedroom set, or on the contrary, want to send just a few boxes of clothes or books -- it'll be easier to choose the right shipping service. The most important things is to ensure that your package does not exceed the weight and dimension restrictions for your type of shipment. If you exceed the weight limit, there's a chance your package may not reach its final destination. Standard shippingIf you're traveling light and just want to send a few boxes or suitcases, standard shipping (roughly 10 boxes max) is the way to go. You should get your things in 5-7 working days or if you opt for express shipping 24 hours (in Europe) or 48 hours (global).Standard shipping dimensions are as follows:Weight up to 30 kgMaximum length of 175 cmLength (in cm) + 2x width (in cm) + 2x height (in cm) < 300 cm (length plus two times width plus two times height should be less than 300 cm or 3 m altogether)Freight shipping If youâ€™ll be moving bulkier household items such as furniture or oversized oddly shaped items, youâ€™ll need to send your belongings via freight transport on palettes.When choosing this option you'll need to be able to provide the exact dimensions length, width, and height (in cm) and weight (in kg) to your carrier.Larger items can be sent individually but if items weigh more than 50 kilograms, they'll need to be placed on a non-skid, sturdy pallet for easier handling (see packing tips below). Ground transport Anyone who plans to move the majority of their home or belongings from within Europe to the Luxemburg can do so via van delivery service in Europe, which can be used for moving any type of large shipment from a motorcycle to a few boxes.If you need to transport a lot of boxes or larger items, this can be the most cost-effective option, because you don't pay for each package individually (and you do not necessarily need to follow the packing guidelines, as you would with individual shipments sent through standard or any other type of service).Delivery time for dedicated vehicles throughout Europe is an estimated 24-48 hours. Van sizes are:Box van: 465 x 165 x 180 cm or 13 cubic meters and 800 kg capacityCurtain-side van: 410 x 210x 230cm or 19 cubic meters and 1100 kg capacity Pack it up like a pro Proper packing helps to better ensure that your shipment arrives safe and sound without any issues along the way: Standard shipment (overseas move) Make sure to protect the wheels and handles on the suitcase, as these are the most sensitive parts. Write your contact details on the box or suitcase as well, to be on the safe side.Wrapping suitcases is highly suggested When you wrap your suitcase, couriers will stick a label to the suitcase onto the suitcase. With fabric suitcases, it can easily fall off.All items other need to be packed into a cardboard box that is free of holes, tears or dents; something moisture-resistant with double cardboard walls is the best choice.When packing, fill the box with internal cushioning; make sure the items inside the box do not directly touch the box. When sealing the box, wrap it with duct tape and ensure it is sealed on all sides.You should evenly apply at least three strips of packing tape, at least 5 cm wide, across all flaps and seams, top and bottom.Freight or container shipment (overseas move) If your items are too bulky for standard shipping, you'll need to send them via freight. Larger items can be sent individually in a box (apply the same rules for packing) but items weighing more than 50 kilograms should be placed on a non-skid, sturdy pallet for easier handling. Your pallet may be handled multiple times. To prevent damage, make sure to: Use cushioning material and rigid carton material.Secure and block with braces larger items. Items with uncommon shapes that cannot be boxed or items that are prone to slide.Use load-protector trays, bands and stretch wrap film to protect the shipment. An additional â€˜tamper-tapeâ€™ can be wrapped around the load to ensure nobody interferes with the parcel.If you notice a certain box is heavy, be sure to put on a warning label so the person lifting it is aware.Dedicated vehicle transport across Europe When using a van, make sure to prepare all your packages on the ground floor when the van arrives. Extra assistance may cost an added fee though the driver typically comes with the price. Not all your items need to be packed for van services. However, fragile items should be packed. Make sure to pack your items following best packing practices laid out above, using sturdy boxes that are well labeled, and padding your shipments. Insuring your items No matter what you plan to ship, getting insurance is a must for financial protection in the unlikely event of loss or damage to your shipment. Many logistics companies will insure all items and additional insurance can be bought via their services.If you end up filing a claim, itâ€™s important to note that the declared value of the package, or the shipping insurance value, is the maximum coverage. You will only be reimbursed when the provider or carrier conducts an investigation and sets the value of the losses. Which kind of insurance will depend on which shipping service you use:Standard shipping: if you plan to ship your items, you will need to buy insurance for each package. You can normally purchase the insurance through your logistics provider or the shipment company. Freight shipping: Freight shipments are insured according to the provisions of the Convention on the Contract for the International Carriage of Goods by Road (CMR Convention). Your insurance will apply to the entire package, and you can purchase it through a third-party company, a logistics provider or the carrier. 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Considering that climate is changing, itâ€™s important to keep your pets and other animals under your care and cool in this heat.Provide lots of fresh water Your pets will become dehydrated quickly in hot weather. Therefore, it is critically important to provide them with lots of fresh clean water from two or more bowls in different locations.ShadeNever leave any animal confined outdoors without access to shade. In addition to shade, dogs that are confined outdoors might enjoy a shallow childrenâ€™s swimming pool filled with water so they can soak in it and cool off.Keep small caged animals indoorsCaged animals like rabbits, guinea pigs, hamsters and birds can be kept cooler by placing their cages on the tile floor of a bathroom or in an empty bathtub.NEVER leave any animal in a car, even â€œfor just a few minutesâ€Never ever ever leave any living creature in your vehicle for any length of time, even if the windows are open.Donâ€™t walk your dog on hot surfacesWalking your dog during the heat of the day or in the evening before the pavement (or sandy beach) has cooled can result in serious burns to their foot pads, even if they are on pavement for only a few minutes. Click the link to read more:https://buff.ly/2SQH6Nc
Luxembourg, with a population less than 600,000 people, has 670 cars per 1,000 inhabitants top the list of countries with more cars per capita in the EU. Luxembourg was followed by Italy with 625 cars per 1,000 inhabitants. Finland and Malta came after them. The small countries of the European Union seem to have a greater propensity to motorization. The numbers released by Eurostat show that in 2017 Luxembourg was the Member State with the highest 'motorization rate'.
Largest world stock of animal-killing virus destroyed by UK lab which caused devastating cattle losses. These animal-killing stocks accounted for most of the world's lab samples of rinderpest, which was held at The Pirbright Institute in Surrey. Rinderpest and the deadly smallpox virus are the only diseases to have been eradicated from the face of the Earth. Dr Carrie Batten, of The Pirbright Institute, described the moment as "the end of an era". Read more
According to the reports on the DownDetector website indicate that subscribers in the UK, Ireland, Greece, Italy, Portugal and Germany are among those affected. The problem appears to have begun after 14:00BST. Engineers for the telecommunications company identified the issue late on Thursday afternoon, while problems are believed to have started at around 3pm. Some affected users have, however, reported that issues with email and other internet-based activities have been resolved. Continue to read
New study suggests that having a dog can strongly influence how much people exercise. Most people who live with dogs, are familiar with their joy at ambling along paths, trails and sidewalks. A study found that dog owners had a lower risk of death due to cardiovascular disease than people who did not report owning a dog, as well as a lower risk of death from other causes. Researchers at Michigan State University found that dog owners are 34 percent more likely to fit in 150 minutes of walking per week than non-dog owners. Petting and playing with puppies has shown to increase levels of "feel-good" hormones serotonin and dopamine, which can help reduce stress levels and help improve memory and concentration.
Maisy is about to read for the first time after several years. She lost most of her vision six years ago due to a brain tumour. Her vision is limited to a tiny blurry circle in her right eye. She is testing the new goggles in front of the audience. Watch the video
Pot yoga: Highly relaxing In Las Vegas, a yoga teacher is taking advantage of marijuana-friendly state laws to make yoga even more relaxing by bringing the calming effects of pot to yoga classes. Las Vegas resident created a new king of workout which is called Marijuasana Marijuasana : new kind of mind body experience It incorporates cannabis into yoga and more specifically into mindful movement. Marijuasana is meant to energize yoga and work out classes with the use of cannabis. Watch the Pot Yoga video
Initially, people didn’t know that cigarettes were bad for their health. Because people didn’t feel pain or sickness after smoking just a few cigarettes, no one suspected tobacco of inflicting any hazardous effects on the body and so it took years for doctors to associate cigarettes with bad lungs and cancer. People loved cigarettes because it made them calm and relieved stress, and many doctors promoted its use for these reasons. Years later cigarette smokers have faced the harmful truths of smoking, but many are unable to quit because of the addictive nature of nicotine. Sugars may come in the innocent form of Little Debby cakes and gummy bears, but this sweet substance can be every bit as poisonous as smoking cigarettes. Sugar is everywhere and is nearly impossible to avoid. Even if you try to avoid the obvious foods such as candy, chocolate, cake, and brownies, you will still find hidden sugars in our regular foods such as smoothies, yogurt, bread, and ketchup. According to a study abou 35 million deaths occur worldwide each year, from diseases like diabetes, heart disease and cancer, an even greater burden on public health than infectious diseases. Sugar can lead to obesity which causes 17 million deaths per year. Click here to read more about suagr and alternatives that can be used to avoid it. Today our society has realized the harmful effects of cigarettes, but we have yet to realize the harmful effects of sugar. We see ourselves making the same mistake with sugar as we did with cigarettes. Can we stop this killer before it’s too late?
French toast, that bit of gastronomical yumminess which is made by bread soaked in eggs and milk, then fried, is known by different names in different parts of the world. The origins of french toast are not entirely clear, but long before this sweet snack was called “french toast," similar recipes were being whipped up all around the world. One of the earliest versions of french toast has been traced back to the Roman Empire. The name “french toast" was first used in 17th-century England. The recipe and name were brought to America by early settlers. So, if the French did not invent the modern French toast, who did? According to legend, it was an Albany, New York, innkeeper named Joseph French. He created the dish in 1724, and advertised it as "French Toast" because he was grammatically inept and forgot the apostrophe. In France, the dish is called “pain perdu," meaning “lost bread." It was called lost bread as it was made from the stale bread so as to reuse it. Click here to know other names and forms of french toast.
Post-Brexit, the UK and South Korea have signed an in principle free trade agreement (FTA) that seeks to maintain existing trade arrangements. The preliminary agreement marks the first post-Brexit trade deal the UK has secured in Asia. The agreement is roughly in line with the terms of the existing Korea-EU FTA. It would cover South Korean exports including cars and auto parts. South Korea exports mostly cars and ships to Britain, while it imports crude oil and cars. Read more
Aviva, the UK’s biggest insurance firm, is cutting 1,800 jobs over the next 3 years in an effort so as to cut costs. Aviva's new CEO, Maurice Tulloch, who replaced Mark Wilson in March, said the company needed to be “ruthless” as it attempts to lower annual costs by £300m by 2022. The company has not yet decided exactly where the job cuts would fall, and that businesses around the world would be asked to reduce costs. The company employs 30,000 people worldwide. More than half the insurer’s total employees – 16,500 people – work in the UK. Click here to read more.
A single cup of coffee was sold for $75 at Klatch Coffee’s new San Francisco location, which hosted a tasting over the weekend. The single-source organic coffee bean at the heart of this exclusive brew is known as Elida Geisha Natural, which garnered a record $803 per pound at auction and cost nearly $1,200 a pound after roasting. Click here to read more.
An attentive dog in northeastern Thailand is being hailed as a hero after finding and saving an infant allegedly buried in a field by his teenage mother, police said Saturday. The teenage mother was charged with attempted murder and abandonment of children. The baby boy is healthy and is recovering at a hospital. The newborn was lying under a layer of dirt near a farm in the Chumpuang district of Nakhon Ratchasima province but was found the same day by a curious canine named Ping Pong. The dog dug around the area and began barking, alerting his owner a cattle herder, who went to the site. Continue to Read
The oceans contain almost 200,000 different viral populations, according to the latest count. Though most are harmless to humans, they can infect marine life, including whales and crustaceans. And scientists are only just starting to understand how these tiny organisms play a role in the life and chemistry of the seas. Recent Findings The viruses fall into just five groups based on their location and depth. "When we examined the genes of the viruses in each of those communities, we found evidence of genetic adaptation to the different zones of the ocean," said researcher Ann Gregory, now of KU Leuven in Belgium. The second surprise was that the Arctic Ocean had lots of different types of viruses. It had been thought that hotspots for microbial diversity would be at the equator. What do viruses do in the oceans? According to previous discoveries there are "giant" marine viruses, which can infect green algae. A litre of seawater typically contains billions of viruses - the vast majority of which remain unidentified. In the latest dataset, 90% of the populations could not be classified to a known group.
Tens of thousands of breeding penguins abandon site as climate change impacts on ice. Scientists have raised concerns over Antarctica’s second biggest breeding ground for emperor penguins, where virtually nothing has hatched for the past three years. Usually 15,000 to 24,000 breeding pairs of emperor penguins flock yearly to a breeding site at Halley Bay, considered a safe place that should stay cold this century despite global warming. But almost none have been there since 2016, according to a study in Antarctic Science. Black-and-white with yellow ears, emperor penguins are the largest penguin species, weighing up to 40kg and living about 20 years. Pairs breed in the harshest winter conditions with the male incubating their egg. Scientists blame the sharp decline on climate and weather conditions that break apart the “fast ice” – sea ice that is connected to the land – where the emperor penguins stay to breed.
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New freight rail connection between Luxembourg and Chengdu launched on April 4th 2019. It is the first direct international freight rail connection. In the presence of Yin Li, Governor of the Sichuan Province, and FÃ©lix Braz, in replacement of the Minister for Mobility and Public Works of Luxembourg, FranÃ§ois Bausch, as well as shippers and logistics service providers, the train departs from Bettembourg-Dudelange Intermodal Terminal towards Chengdu Qingbaijiang International Railway Port. The train will cross Germany, Poland, Belarus, Russia and Kazakhstan, entering the Chinese territory in Alashankou and will finally arrive at the Chengdu Qingbaijiang International Railway Port in only 15 days.
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France, Germany and Luxembourg test borderless, driverless tech. Autonomous cars were given an international road test on Wednesday at a new centre in the symbolically significant town of Schengen in Luxembourg. The joint venture sponsored by the French, German and Luxembourg governments means that driverless cars can be tested in real-life scenarios including motorways and urban spaces across borders. French Transport Minister Elisabeth Borne, who attended the launch along with her German and Luxembourg counterparts, said that testing was a key way to alleviate such concerns and that such smart vehicles had a key place in future mobility.
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Aloe vera is a spiny-leafed succulent plant that typically grows in dry, tropical climates. While it is usually referred to by its scientific name aloe vera, it occasionally goes by more exotic names like â€œlily of the desertâ€ and â€œelephantâ€™s gallâ€. Aloe vera have been used for several years now because of its medicinal benefits. Today, aloe vera is most notably known as a topical treatment for burns, but it is still used in a variety of different ways. 1. Aloe vera gel for skin: Commercial aloe vera gel is a filtered and processed version of the gooey stuff contained in the center of the plantâ€™s spiny leaves. Bottled aloe vera gels are very convenient for external applications, but you can also just cut open a leaf from an aloe vera plant and use that! 2. Treat minor burns, cuts, scrapes and insect bites. Generally women use aloe vera gel prior to applying make-up to keep skin moisturized while men often apply to skin after shaving to rehydrate and treat small cuts. Itâ€™s why many people choose to grow aloe as a houseplant. 3. Treat sunburns and reduce tan: Aloe vera gel can be applied directly to the sunburned area as its anti-inflammatory properties, reduces the redness brought on by exposure to UV rays and soothes the skin. It acts on the epithelial skin layer and provides a protective layer to the skin for retaining moisture. 4. Reduce acne and signs of skin inflammation like puffy eyes and redness : Aloe vera is an important natural remedy to fight against acne. Its anti-inflammatory properties reduce pimple size while its anti-microbial properties kill bacteria. Rich in vitamin C and E â€“ two of the most important vitamins for our skin. Aloe vera is one of the natureâ€™s miracles for achieving healthy, gorgeous skin. Aloe contains AUXINS and GIBERYLINS, hormones that act quickly to heal wounds and reduce inflammation in the skin of the face. 5. Treat scalp conditions like dryness and dandruff: Topical application of aloe vera can help promote hair growth. Aloe vera, when used along with castor oil and coconut oil can help with hair growth as it removes dead cells from the scalp. It is a widely used ingredient in many commercial shampoos and conditioners. This is because it works wonders for dandruff and dandruff-related problems such as an itchy scalp. 6. Reduce belly fat quickly: Aloe vera has Powerful antioxidant that helps burn the dangerous visceral fat (fat that wraps the internal organs).
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When it comes to foods with confusing health messages, eggs may take the cake: Despite being a long-time breakfast and baking staple, health experts warned for years against eating themâ€”especially the yolksâ€”on a super-regular basis, for fears that doing so, could raise cholesterol and contribute to heart disease. Eggs are among the most nutritious foods on the planet. In fact, a whole egg contains all the nutrients needed to turn a single cell into an entire chicken.They contain important brain nutrients and powerful antioxidants that protect your eyes. Common recommendations include a maximum of 2â€“6 yolks per week. However, scientific support for this limitation is lacking. It's also important to keep in mind that not all eggs are the same. Most eggs at the supermarket come from factory-raised chickens fed grain-based feeds. Overall, eating eggs is perfectly safe, even if you're eating up to 3 whole eggs per day according to the multiple studies conducted.
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