What will be important this week in Schleswig-Holstein and around Lübeck

Good morning, dear readers!

Did you move properly at the beginning of the week today? Outdoors, in the gym or on a fitness course? Or are you reading these lines, would you like to go on a nature tour by bike or walk? Then I say: What are you waiting for? Put on your sneakers and a training jacket over it and let’s go!

After all, exercising not only makes you fit and strong, but also makes you feel great joy. The children and youth of Lübeck who participate in the Day of Transfer in the Lübeck Schools every year prove that this is the case. Next Friday it’s time again: then the first shot of the big sporting event will be released in Ponyamshov, which again this time is expected to be watched by about 8000 spectators.

There is great excitement at 34 elementary schools, community schools, high schools, and vocational schools participating this time around, with training continuing across the city. Our preparations are also in full swing, as we will be broadcasting the races on Friday from 8:30am on LN-online.de live, which will be commented on by my colleague Julia Konarding and my colleague Jan Wolfe for you. And I can promise you: You’re guaranteed to be really sexy again. Please tell us about the school that crosses your fingers – the school with the most votes will win a prize. Here you will get the scan.

I will now lace up my sneakers and enjoy the fresh summer air.

Keep fit, happy and healthy! have a good week

Christina van Zol

Senior Editor

Have any questions or suggestions? Then write to us at chefredaktion@ln-luebeck.de

in focus

Increased energy costs Push the people in the north. The Kiel state government has now set an ambitious goal: 20 percent of energy must be saved in Schleswig-Holstein. This is intended to mitigate the consequences of the gas crisis and the sharp rise in energy and food prices.

We spoke to an expert who gave very practical advice on how to save a lot of energy at home. We also spoke to people from the area who told us what they have changed in their daily lives to save money and energy. Here you go directly to the article.

What’s important this week

Deutsche Bahn opens information train S4: From Monday, Deutsche Bahn will provide information on the new domestic transport artery between Hamburg and Schleswig-Holstein in the original converted S-Bahn. The S4 is set to connect Hamburg with Bad Oldesloe from 2028.

The State Synod meets in Travemünde: The future operation “horizonte hoch 5” of the Protestant Northern Church is the focus of the state synod from September 15 to 17 in Lübeck-Travemünde. The 150 delegates from Church Parliament discuss the results of a future process of approximately three years and discuss the future direction of the Church’s work. Additionally, new venture initiatives such as Digital Community Action are on the agenda.

The Lübeck Library is 400 years old: The Lübeck City Library is celebrating its 400th anniversary. The big festival bears the slogan “Sharing Library” and will be held on Saturday, 17 September, from 4pm to 11pm at the Central Library in Hundestraße.

Prime Minister Daniel Gunther presents the Cross of Merit: Great honor for volunteers from Schleswig-Holstein: On Tuesday, six committed men and women from Schleswig-Holstein will be awarded the Order of Merit from the Federal Republic of Germany.

Hamburg celebrates the port: The 833rd anniversary of the port will take place in the Hanseatic city of Hamburg from Friday to Sunday. A large program as usual, similar to before Corona, awaits visitors from all over the world – a mile celebration, great ships, concerts, exhibitions and much more.

This is what readers have been most interested in last week

The animal shelter in Lübeck is being called more and more by the police to secure animals that are doing poorly in their homes. As in this case.

On Friday, there was a great start to Timmendorfer Strand’s concert series: Alvaro Soler had invited his all-sold-out beach yard to the Latino Beach Party—and a famous friend was there.

About 20 sites have already been checked, and more will follow. But climate change threatens to destroy the Stone Age heritage.

An inflation bonus introduced by the federal government, which employers can pay employees free of taxes and duties, has met with criticism from the Employers’ Association and the Schleswig-Holstein Chamber of Crafts. Unions are demanding good collective agreements rather than one-time payments.

Rail traffic to Fehmarn has been suspended to build the outback’s connection to the Fehmarnbilt Tunnel. In the next few years, eastern Holsteins will face enormous burdens. Great opportunities await at the end. Comment from LN Editor Sven Wehde.

Winnetou, Shatterhand and Co. They took a “winter vacation”. 406,925 visitors saw the production of “Der Ölprinz” in Bad Segeberg – more than ever at the Karl May Festival in Kalkberg. So season 69 is over.

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