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    Toddler raised by dogs
    A three-year-old girl has been discovered being raised by dogs after police investigated her mother for child cruelty. ...
  • Police naked guns suspended
    Police naked guns suspended
    Angry police chiefs have suspended a group of SWAT cops who posed for nude pictures with their weapons out at their graduation party. ...
  • Kinky customer
    Kinky customer
    A kinky customer has been fined by magistrates after he was caught masturbating over a jacket on a rail at a branch of High Street women's store H&M. ...
  • Formula 1 legend Michael Schumacher has contributed to the initiative to finance the transfer of German national team player Lukas Podolski (pictured).
    Michael Schumacher joins pixel snatch to finance Podolski tr
    Formula 1 legend Michael Schumacher has contributed to the initiative to finance the transfer of German national team player Lukas Podolski. ...

  • Anti-terror cops raid pensioner
    Anti-terror cops raid pensioner
    Heavy handed anti-terror cops raided an OAP's home after he told bungling social services officials they needed a bomb underneath them in a row over h ...
  • Inmates fund prison
    Inmates fund prison
    Inmates are running three prisons in India's central Madhya Pradesh state after their jailers ran out of cash with debts of 1.5 million GBP. ...
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    Cannibal kills and cooks mum after booze bender
    A cannibal killed and ate his mother after she refused to give him money to buy beer. ...
  • Man U sponsorship cut
    Man U sponsorship cut
    Manchester United is in talks with two Indian industrial giants to take over the club's sponsorship deal after troubled insurance firm AIG pulled out. ...


  • Booker winners slip-up
    Booker winners slip-up
    A slipper thrown at Booker Prize winner Arundhati Roy by an angry student has fetched 20,000 GBP at auction. ...
  • Hairy up with that injunction
    Hairy up with that injunction
    A fed up boyfriend is suing his ex - for blitzing him with postcards with bits of her hair stuck to them. ...
  • Mystery authors mystery
    Mystery author's mystery
    A mystery author is bringing the house down with a thriller penned on the walls of an abandoned cottage. ...
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    Romanian workers rush to take British jobs
    Immigrant Romanian workers are heading for Britain in their thousands after the credit crunch collapse of the jobs market on mainland Europe. ...

  • Union boss claimed for Playboy on expenses
    Union boss claimed for Playboy on expenses
    A female union boss is under investigation after claiming for raunchy Playboy magazine on her official expenses as "professional literature". ...
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    Boy fakes kidnap for ransom
    A schoolboy faked his own kidnapping so he could blow a 20,000 GBP ransom on computer games and a motorbike, police have revealed. ...
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    Snow drops
    Pregnant mum Ionela Capraru saved her two children from a fire by throwing them 20ft down into snow drifts outside their flat in Bucharest, Romania. ...
  • Do you want ice with that?
    Do you want ice with that?
    A man died in a bizarre avalanche while sitting outside a restaurant having lunch with pals. ...

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Pink Easter bunny helps Vienna art world pay tribute to Dürer
The Viennese art world has created its own version of the Easter Bunny – by making a giant sized sculpture of the famous Albrecht Dürer painting currently on display until 29 June as part of the exhibition "Dürer, Michelangelo, Rubens"

Pressure Group To Tackle Victims Of Austrian Officialdom
A group of businessmen fed up at the way companies are being squeezed not only by red tape but also by ever newer taxes have taken to the Internet to try and build up pressure for change.

First Hotel in Millstatt Celebrates 130th Anniversary on Summer 2014
Luxury hotel See-Villa in Millstatt, Carinthia opens its doors anew to welcome the 2014 summer season and celebrates its 130th founding anniversary in Austria's summer capital.

Austrian Teen Girls Become Pin Ups For Syrian Jihad
Interpol is searching for two Austrian teenage girls who they believe have been tricked into going to Syria to fight on the side of Islamic rebels.

As seen at Haydn Kino: The Amazing Spider-Man 2
Film review by Kostyantyn Steblovskyy

Schools Ordered To Save, But Also To Buy Expensive Scales
Austria's embattled finance ministry has been dragged into a new scandal after it emerged that at the same time as demanding schools save 57 Millionen Euros, they were also expected to find an additional 3 million to buy an approved set of weighing scales.

OAP Hunts Down THIS Hit And Run Cyclist
Does anyone recognise this cyclist? If so you can get yourself 200 euros, and do a good deed in the process.

Property price rise continues
The price of property in Vienna has now spiralled so much that every 4th apartment comes with a price tag of 500,000 or more. And every second flat costs 300,000 or more.

Free Staff For One Person Companies - But Only In NÖ
Since the beginning of the year one-man-companies, the so called "Ein-Personen-Unternehmen" in Lower Austria have been entitled to help in the form of a free assistant.

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