started by: Birgit-873894 · last update: 1457903036 · posted: 1457787765

Good or bad, we are glad to know what you think about the new site. We're still hammering away in the background and making adjustments (as one does with new sites). We sincerely thank you for your patience while we've worked (and continue to work) to make this the best site for English-speaking expats. Looking for the Blogs? Temporarily, you can find the Hamburg blogs [here](http://blogs.angloinfo.com/?rid=094)._ _

started by: Hank D R · last update: 1455544248 · posted: 1450452779

Do ferries run from Hamburg to Denmark and to the UK from Hamburg?

started by: Malcolm-903619 · last update: 1455544183 · posted: 1455012119

Could I ask the opinion of the readers which they think would be the best place to advertise an apartment for short term lets?

started by: Planetoid · last update: 1455235016 · posted: 1454675020

So if I take the plunge and opt for a SKY or tv package, how easy is it to cancel. How many hoops do I have to jump through and how long is the minimum contract length?

started by: Daniel H-941344 · last update: 1454593898 · posted: 1454593898

Does anyone have the details of an Englsih / German interpreter / translater that is prepared to travel 50kms out of the city please??

started by: Yulia-958930 · last update: 1454347868 · posted: 1454347868

When does it start warming up in Hamburg usually? I'm used to Russian temperatures but I love a sunshine day and the birds singing too.

started by: Trev1-966477 · last update: 1454021940 · posted: 1454010690

Angela Merkel's open door policy for foreign refugees is a thankless act? Discuss!

started by: Kat kit · last update: 1453109756 · posted: 1447949194

Can anyone recommend a tablet that charges wirelessly please??

started by: OverlordNick · last update: 1453108759 · posted: 1451578426

Just read the blog about the postage rate increase - the swines!! http://blogs.angloinfo.com/hamburg-news-in-brief/2015/12/04/2016-postage-rate-increase/

started by: OverlordNick · last update: 1452777084 · posted: 1452100307

When are the local elections and are expats allowed to vote in that one??

started by: Virmouth · last update: 1452608933 · posted: 1434638516

Hi all, As a foreginer living in Hamburg, am I eligible to cast my vote as to whether we should bother bidding for the Olympics in November?

started by: Speedo-957716 · last update: 1451578741 · posted: 1451416143

When's the next general election in Germany and are expats able to vote?

started by: Placebo · last update: 1451578707 · posted: 1444221695

Has Microsoft blatently copied Apple with their Surface Book? Would you consider buying one over a Mac Book Pro?

started by: Virmouth · last update: 1451518286 · posted: 1450880300

Is there an area of the city to buy antiques and the like?

started by: Placebo · last update: 1450782835 · posted: 1448972619

Anyone seen the Edeka advert yet?

started by: OverlordNick · last update: 1450707380 · posted: 1450453776

Reliable and cheap way of sending a 6kg parcel to the UK please?

started by: patty-549001 · last update: 1450036561 · posted: 1446830896

  A new campaign group has recently formed in the UK called WASPI (Women Against State Pension Inequality Campaign) to "seek fair transitional arrangements for all women born on or after 6th April 1951 who have unfairly borne the burden of the increase to the State Pension Age (SPA). Hundreds of thousands of women have had significant changes imposed on them with a lack of appropriate notification. The 1995 Conservative Government’s Pension Act included plans to increase women’s SPA to 65, the same as men’s. Women Against State Pension Inequality (WASPI), agree with equalisation, but don’t agree with the unfair way the changes were implemented – with little/no personal notice (1995/2011 Pension Acts), faster than promised (2011 Pension Act), and no time to make alternative plans. Retirement plans have been shattered with devastating consequences." A crowdfunding exercise raised enough to pay for legal advice and barristers are currently considering potential action. A petition has been signed by more than 21,000 people since the 20th October. Yesterday it was announced that the Parliamentary Select Committee for Work and Pensions will be seeking submissions from women born in the 50's. "The Work and Pensions Committee have launched an inquiry into the new State Pension introduced in April 2016. Concerns have been raised that many of those who will be affected by the changes do not know enough about the changes or exactly what they will mean for their pensions." More details here http://www.parliament.uk/business/committees/committees-a-z/commons-select/work-and-pensions-committee/news-parliament-2015/state-pension-launch-15-16/ I am sure that there are many of you (like me) who are affected by these changes. You may want to consider signing the petition and asking your family and friends to do the same herehttps://petition.parliament.uk/petitions/110776 You can find more information about the campaign and read some of the heartbreaking stories about women who have been left without the money they are entitled to herehttps://www.facebook.com/WASPI-Women-Against-State-Pension-Inequality-Campaign-877054125688402/?fref=ts Please pass this information to the women you know who were born in the 50's!

started by: Yulia-958930 · last update: 1449227639 · posted: 1449075416

Can anyone advise me of a Baume & Mercier boutique please? Need some advice from an expert assistant.

started by: AllyPallyMally · last update: 1448574774 · posted: 1446503884

Does anyone run Linux?? If so, what 'flavour' are you running?

started by: AllyPallyMally · last update: 1448493335 · posted: 1447091605

My laptop won't switch on. It's an Acer. Any ideas what to do?

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