The Luxembourg Chronicle (Chronicle.lu) was launched at the end of May 2012 and received a major overhaul and update in August 2017 as a responsive online service with a modern look-and-feel.
Chronicle.lu is an online information service targeted towards the international community across Luxembourg and the Greater Region, and specifically at those who use English as a first or second language in their social and / or working lives.
With circa 50% of the population of the Grand Duchy being non-Luxembourgish and therefore comprising the international community, and the majority being here to work in the European institutions or financial services sector, as well as English having become the lingua franca among the international community here, the Chronicle.lu audience is continuing to grow in importance in respect of both B2B and B2C products and services.
Chronicle.lu is an online English-language newspaper run by G-Media Sárl, an independent company registered in Luxembourg.
The publication aims to produce high-quality, accurate and up-to-date information that is of relevance to people working and living in Luxembourg and the Greater Region. It also aims to contribute to media pluralism in Luxembourg, catering to the needs of the country’s significant international community.
Chronicle.lu is a community-based and apolitical publication, with a particular focus on local and national news, events and organisations (both business and social). The publication aims to also help its readers to become involved in Luxembourg life, be it attending public events, joining organisations or giving their time to the local community.
The publication covers a wide range of topics, including politics, economics, culture and society, based on both press releases and individual research and interviews. It also includes reviews, a comprehensive events calendar, an interactive classified ads section and opinion pieces (sponsored and non-sponsored). Attention is paid to respecting and highlighting the various cultures, traditions and diversity that exist in Luxembourg.
Content is accessible to all, free of charge. Registration is required for some services, including posting classified ads, commenting on news and other posted content, as well as receiving the eNewsletter.
The daily application of this editorial line is followed by the team of journalists at Chronicle.lu under the direction of the editor. Staff also strictly adhere to the journalists’ code of ethics set by the Luxembourg Press Council.