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Dublin News

Dublin’s historic Arnotts to get revamp.

The famous Arnotts department store on Henry Street in central Dublin is to be developed into a
Amsterdam News

Fashion in Amsterdam’s Red Light district.

Since 19 January shop windows in Amsterdam
Vienna News

Childcare shortage in Vienna.

The Viennese "Oma-Dienst" association is looking for grannies to work with families in need of childcare in Vienna
Jersey News

Jersey may move to CET.

The Channel Islands could break with Britain by shifting the clocks forward by one hour to adopt Central European Time (CET). In a consultation paper to be published by Easter the chief minister
Paris News

Smoking ban in Paris.

The Ville de Paris is taking steps to minimize the negative side-effects of the total smoking ban in public spaces which became law throughout France on 1 January 2008 as smokers are forced out onto t...
Copenhagen News

Single site for UN offices.

All six United Nations
Berlin News

Memorial to gay victims of Nazi regime.

A large concrete structure is to be erected this year in Tiergarten Park as a memorial to the thousands of homosexual victims of the Nazi regime. Designed by Danish-born Michael Elmgreen and Norwegian...
Paris News

US discovers Parisian real estate.

It is no secret that London, Paris and Rome have some of the most expensive real estate in the world, but Paris as a whole always appeared to have escaped the runaway housing price boom that has affec...
Paris News

Riots threaten tourism.

The French business community has expressed concern about the effect the past days of violence in the capital and throughout France will have on the economy. Foreign investment, which had already regi...
Amsterdam News

Writers refuge.

The three-bedroom apartment in a quiet suburb of southern Amsterdam where Anne Frank spent her childhood from 1933-1942 has been restored and rented out to Amsterdam Foundation for Cities of Refuge, a...
Berlin News

Second-hand uniforms for Berlin police.

The police deprtment in the cash-strapped German capital has had to send out a request for new and second-hand uniforms from richer states around the country. Most parts of Germany are moving from the...
Paris News

No amnesty for repeat offenders.

It is traditional in France to free several thousand inmates on the eve of the national celebrations for 14 July, Bastille Day. However in recent years, lawyers, judges and politicians have been try...
Paris News

Free public toilets.

The 420 self-cleaning public toilets in Paris, known as sanisettes, are now free of charge. The city council has also announced plans to replace the existing metallic-grey cubicles with more attractiv...
Amsterdam News

Council funds restoration of Amsterdam School facades.

The ZuiderAmstel District council is offering subsidies to residents and local business owners who wish to restore their Amsterdam School facades. Up to
Paris News

Pickpockets on the Champs Elyses.

The Paris police have recently been cracking down on young Rom pickpockets, often very young girls, who make a days work out of lifting all sorts of luxury goods from Pariss department stores. Accord...
Brussels News

English second language in Brussels.

A study by the University of Louvain has revealed that English is now the second language after French in Brussels and Wallonia, taking the place of Dutch. French remains the second language after Dut...
Paris News

Wi-Fi comes to Paris.

The Ville de Paris is currently setting up 400 Wi-Fi hotspots across the capital which will offer cost-free wireless internet access for Parisians and visitors alike as of June this year. Located in 2...
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