Amsterdam News

Cleaning up Amsterdam’s red light district

Amsterdam is to speed up its plans to gentrify the city
London News

London Bridge Station plans inadequate expansion

Plans by Transport for London (TFL) to expand capacity at London Bridge station, a key commuter hub serving 42 million people a year, without extending all its platforms to accommodate 12-carriage tra...
Amsterdam News

Amsterdam rents monument on eBay

It seems that the Ebay effect has finally made its way to the very heart of bureaucracy, after Amsterdam city council put one of the city
Jersey News

St Helier Town Park project gets closer

Work on the long-delayed Town Park project could start early next year. It was originally proposed in the 1990s, and was meant to be a Millennium project. Now the idea to reinvigorate a not especially...
Copenhagen News

S-trains to run at night

According to the Copenhagen Post, the city
Barcelona News

No red light zone for Barcelona

Barcelona mayor Jordi Hereu has ruled out establishing official red light districts in the city. His comments come in response to the recent uproar over pictures published in Spanish daily El Pa
Berlin News

Commemorating the fall of the Wall

The family of Nobel Peace Prize winner Nelson Mandela has contributed artwork to the commemoration of the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall. The 2.5 metre-high dominos, decorated by the...
Brussels News

Defining expats in Brussels

According to a report in newspaper Le Soir, one in every 10 Brussels residents is an expat, or
Barcelona News

The beach comes to town.

The beach has come to the city centre again as Barcelona has now opened up its public bathing area and man-made beach inside the Jardins de la Torre de Les Aig
Amsterdam News

English in Amsterdam.

English is to become the second official language of Amsterdam city council, reports the Telegraaf. Championed by liberal democrat D66 party councillor Jan Paternotte, who promotes Amsterdam as a
London News

London's pederstrians in danger

Caroline Pidgeon, the Liberal Democrat London Assembly Transport spokesperson, has revealed that one in five of London
Berlin News

Fighting over the Mauerweg

The Mauerweg, a memorial path opened in 2007 that follows what was the Berlin Wall along the former borders of east and west Berlin, has become a hot potato between residents of the upmarket Berlin su...
Dublin News

Dublin to have elected mayor

For the first time since the foundation of the state, Dublin will have a directly elected mayor by 2011, with similar powers to those of the mayor of London. Announcing the news, minister for the envi...
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