WEATHER LUXEMBOURG – MOSELLE OVERFLOWS IN WASSERBILLIG

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keywords: luxembourg weather, yellow alert meteolux, flood, moselle, wasserbillig, luxembourg. Meteolux announced for several days the risk of flooding of the Moselle, and this Sunday 21st January is now the case. In Remisch and Wasserbillig the Moselle is overflowing its banks, the water invading the neighbouring streets, the swans taking possession of the places in a pretty sight that would make almost forget the worrying situation for the residents and close neighbours. The meteolux alert and call for vigilance are maintained for the beginning of the week, with precipitation (rain…

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LUXEMBOURG DROUGHT – END OF WATER VIGILANCE PHASE

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keywords: ministry of sustainable development, environment, drought, luxembourg. The Department of Environment of the Ministry of Sustainable Development and Infrastructures officially closes today the water consumption vigilance phase that was set up on 31 May. The Department gives two main reasons for this decision: the statistical decline in water consumption with school holidays and the collective holiday (August), which again proved to be real this year, and weather forecasts that exclude a heat wave Luxembourg in the coming weeks. However, moderate water consumption is always recommended. Share this page with:

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LUXEMBOURG – CALL FOR VIGILANCE WHEN SELLING A CAR

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keywords: vehicle purchase scam, grand-ducal police, luxembourg. The Grand-Ducale Police call for vigilance when selling a vehicle. In the context of the sale of private vehicles, the seller’s attention can be diverted, and during this time the buyer pours water into the engine oil. When the car is tested, the engine immediately starts to smoke (without damage to the mechanics), buyers then demand a high discount because of the engine problem. This classic scam is now underway in the Grand Duchy. The Grand-Ducal Police reminds that: Never leave a potential…

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