The July/August edition of Paperjam, which is being released on Thursday 29 June, is dedicated to the local elections of 8 October. The current coalition, represented by the mayor Lydie Polfer (DP) and the deputy mayor Sam Tanson (Déi Gréng), will be presenting an assessment of their performance and their potential successors will be given an opportunity to speak.
This issue also focuses on the Laboratoire national de santé (national health laboratory) which is beginning to reap the benefits of its reorganisation, and the “WannaCry” cyber-attack which affected thousands of firms worldwide in May of this year. Although its impact was limited in Luxembourg, it raised the awareness of all players involved to the importance of cyber-security. Paperjam also reports on the recent work carried out prior to the arrival of the tram in the capital on 10 December.
The magazine supplement is dedicated to property. It presents sale and rental prices of houses and apartments broken down by district as well as advice and state aid for property purchases and other types of accommodation. This practical guide will help you to find your way around the complicated area of property.