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Mountain bikers after accident in Mayrhofen in mortal danger

Mayrhofen – Life-threatening head injuries carried away by a 60-year-old mountain biker after an accident on Monday afternoon in Mayrhofen. A driver had hit him. The local was on the Zillertal highway (B 169) coming from Mayrhofen at about 13.35 in the direction of Finkenberg. Immediately after the entrance to Mayrhofen-Süd, the 50-year-old driver behind him suddenly hit the cyclist. …

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Bundesheer: Militia gets prematurely 27.5 million for trucks

Federal Army: Militia gets prematurely 27.5 million for trucks The militia of the Federal Army gets 27.5 million euros for the purchase of trucks. For the ongoing operation of the army, there are, as already announced by the civil service government, no additional money. The existing savings potential of 47 million euros this year, nothing changes, said Minister spokesman Michael …

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Neukirchen: Father saves son from mountain stream

Bilderbox / Symbolbild The boy came away with a hypothermia. 15th July 2019 4:15 pm          0 A 50-year-old tourist from Germany and his 13-year-old son had experienced moments of horror on Monday morning at the Glacier Trail to the Kürsinger Hut in Neukirchen am Großvenediger (Pinzgau). According to police, the boy was walking on wet slabs on the edge …

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Königsberger-Ludwig / Silvan: Care must not mean poverty

Austria needs Nursing Services and National Quality Criteria St. Pölten (OTS) – "Many people in the nursing home save themselves a few euros, because they want to make the grandchild a Christmas present because they want to barber or for pedicure or need a new coat. According to the ideas of the ÖVP, the lives of people living in retirement …

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Burgenland: According to the FPÖ, ÖVP also signals that First Claim is to the Land Chief

"From the Government fly" would be the biggest disappointment, Governor Hans Peter Doskozil returned in a KURIER interview his innermost outward. This nightmare is likely to be spared the red top candidate after the state election on January 26, 2020. Because after FPÖ boss Hans Tschürtz who attested to the first the moral claim to the Governor's chair, can ÖVP …

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Badly injured cyclist gave police riddle

Who is the woman who was hit by a car and seriously injured on Saturday at 6:15 pm at Fraham on the B129? This question seemed to have settled on Sunday evening. For the time being it was only clear that a probable offspring – the speech was from the husband – reported. Meanwhile it is known: The identity of …

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Mushroom, Stern and Holzinger: List Now comes again

The ex-Greens run on the first list, followed by party leader Maria Stern and MP Daniela Holzinger, followed by administrative lawyer Susanne Giendl and the head of the Association against animal factories, Martin Balluch. Although the majority of the current Now-parliamentary club No longer, the list spares the collection of 2600 declarations of support for a candidacy. Instead, three signatures …

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25 sheep ripped: Salzburg wants to shoot Wolf

Grazing animals are currently living dangerously on the Tofernalm in Großarl in Salzburg. A wolf is reported to have torn 20 to 25 sheep there since the beginning of July. Now the state of Salzburg has filed a petition to allow the wolf to be shot down. The district captain must decide on the request. The Nature Conservation Union demands …

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Serviced apartments are back in fashion

In Linz, there were once thousands of factory apartments of the nationalized industry. The housing shortage and the shortage of skilled workers revive this theme. The latest example: train drivers in Munich are now getting affordable housing from Deutsche Bahn so that they can start there. In Upper Austria, support in finding accommodation is a particular issue in the Innviertel. …

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