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Explosion in Innviertler Forsthütte: hunters helped to extinguish

It was around 6 pm when a 74-year-old wanted to light the gas stove in his wooden hut in the community of Hochburg-Ach (district of Braunau am Inn). The police said it was going to explode on Saturday morning. The man may have been lucky enough to leave the burning lodge, apparently unharmed, but was later taken to a hospital …

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Mega-ski resort: trump for Tyrol or nature drama?

News from my state In order to bring our readers closer to the scene, we move regional content even further into the foreground. By specifying your state, you give us the opportunity to increase your reading experience and provide you with local news . Select state: Select state Vienna Lower Austria Burgenland Upper Austria Styria Carinthia Salzburg Tyrol Vorarlberg SELECT …

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39 days after the election: VP and Grne have finished sounding

The entrance hall in the winter palace of Prince Eugen is now familiar to the TV audience: the Baroque building in the city has been the scene of the soundings of Sebastian Kurz for weeks. Yesterday evening, the VP boss set a provisional closing point. 39 days after the election to the National Council, Kurz and his counterpart, Grenchen boss …

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'My husband does not think about his own list'

That the FPÖ has kicked her out of the club and the party, Philippa Strache actually considers a "gift", as she reveals in the oe24.TV conversation. Because as a "wild" MP, the former vice-chancellor's wife has no "party corset" on: It has to hold no club compulsion and has more speaking time than other MPs. "I'm really a totally independent …

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Drug supply bottlenecks according to the Court of Auditors in Salzburg and Tyrol

The hospital pharmacy of the Innsbruck University Hospital reported 600 reports in this period. Bottlenecks in Salzburg in indication groups According to the Rechnungshof, both pharmacies procured medicines for all hospitals of the Gemeinnützige Salzburger Landeskliniken Betriebsgesellschaft mbH (SALK) and the Tirol Kliniken GmbH as well as for further hospitals. The Innsbruck pharmacy reported delivery difficulties among other things with …

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Finds from Reichspogromnacht in Vienna

F For Arieh Bauer it was only a hole in the basement wall. Bauer is secretary-general of the Jewish school association "Machsike Hadass" in Malzgasse 16, Vienna. The school is prospering, with day-care center and technical school around 400 children are being taught at two locations, and the buildings in Malzgasse are bursting at the seams. You need more space. …

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New S-Bahn tunnel: why Vienna should look to Munich

The all-round backdrop is the splendor of downtown Munich: the cathedral, old town houses, business complexes . And in the middle of it a huge construction site, shielded from the rest of the city with walls. There, a stop for the new S-Bahn line through the city will be built at a depth of 40 meters. In 2026 you want …

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After smoking ban: First shisha bar in bankruptcy

Since 1 November the absolute smoking ban applies also in Austria. After just one week, the first bar is going bankrupt. As the insolvency expert from Österreichsiche Verband Creditreform, Stephan Mazal, reports, bankruptcy proceedings were opened on the operator of KIBO KG in Leibnitz. "The South Styrian Shisha Bar is the first in Austria to become insolvent after the smoking …

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"Unworthy spectacle" at Pflegeregress «kleinzeitung.at

Although Federal Chancellor Brigitte Bierlein signaled willingness to talk, the country leaders want to wait for the new government to solve the problem, said the current chairman of the LH conference Johanna Mikl-Leitner (ÖVP). 16:09, 08 November 2019 Facebook Twitter WhatsApp Peter Kaiser (KTN), Johanna Mikl-Leitner (Lower Austria) ) and Thomas Stelzer (Upper Austria) © (c) APA / HERBERT PFARRHOFER …

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Ministry of Transport: Heli crash in Achensee human error

Pertisau – The helicopter crash on Lake Achensee, in which all four occupants of a Eurocopter were killed on 30 March 2011, is due to human error, according to the investigation report published on Friday by the Ministry of Transport Safety Investigation (BMVIT). The report by the Ministry of Transport therefore contradicts that of the Ministry of Interior, which considered …

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