The April 2017 edition of Delano magazine, on newsstands now
Photo: Maison Moderne
New legislation on obtaining Luxembourg nationality takes effect on 1 April.
For its April 2017 cover story, Delano breaks down the details of the citizenship reform bill, and asks current and soon-to-be nationals what it means to be a Luxembourger.
Then, Delano asks what exactly city councils do (and don’t do), is a fly on the wall when a financial firm looks for new office space, and sees if clever storage can de-stress home life.
Also in this issue: reverse culture shock, #CelebratingLuxembourg with an animator on “The Simpsons” and a Guinness World Record holding strongman, and Delano’s advice columnist Auntie Eleanor answers questions about Tessy’s title, taxi fares and tram names.
Delano, the English language news magazine for Luxembourg’s international community, is available for €4 at newsstands across the grand duchy. Delano also publishes a weekly what’s on newsletter, “Ten things to do this week”, on Tuesdays, and a weekly review of Luxembourg news, “Ten things to read this week”, on Fridays.