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  • 2014-06-02 16:02:15
    Moustaches all the rage in Vienna Zoo
    The youngest offspring at Vienna Zoo has joined the world in style - kitted out with its very own Conchita Wurst style beard.
  • 2014-06-02 16:03:31
    Wage talks break down with Austrian Airlines
    Talks between Austrian Airlines and their staff over pay were called off on Friday after the works council rejected a proposed wage deal from the Austrian company.
  • 2014-05-30 16:19:54
    Kick ass mum brings down burglars
    Three burglars who had targeted an older lady's home in Austria were in for a shock after they came up against her neighbour - who just happened to have a black belt in the martial art Taekwondo.
  • 2014-05-30 16:19:08
    Actor grandson of Karl-Heinz Bhm arrested for fraud
    Florian Bhm, the oldest grandson of Karl-Heinz Bhm has been arrested in Austria over a fraud allegation.

  • 2014-05-29 17:08:36
    Refugee house shelved after local resistance
    Plans to introduce a controversial refugee home in the State of Salzburg have been put on hold after the owner of an inn withdrew his proposal.
  • 2014-05-29 17:09:08
    Young mum of three murdered
    A 21-year-old mother of three young children has been murdered in her home in Klagenfurt.
  • 2014-05-28 16:11:35
    Merkur offers 15 percent off tonight
    Merkur supermarket is offering 15% of everything in store as part of their late night shopping - from 18:00 tonight!
  • 2014-05-28 15:54:52
    Peacock eaten by delighted polar bear
    These shocking images show the moment a polar bear ate a live peacock just days after it was released into its new enclosure at Vienna's Schoenbrunn Zoo.

  • 2014-05-27 15:54:35
    Five rare white tiger cubs born in Austria
    A zoo in Austria has become the first in Europe where five rare white tigers have been born in a single litter.
  • 2014-05-27 15:54:17
    Iguana stopped at 16th floor by firemen with nets
    Neighbours of a man whose pet iguana made a break for it came face to face with the lizard creature when it scampered up to the 16th floor - on the outside of the building.
  • 2014-05-27 15:54:01
    Conchita duck enrages disney fans
    Angry cartoon fans say Walt Disney himself would be turning in his grave if he learned that his descendants had allowed a bearded version of Daisy Duck to take up residence in the Duck universe.
  • 2014-05-26 17:17:22
    Lifeless girl, 8, saved from pool
    An eight-year-old girl has had a lucky escape after being found floating lifeless in a pool in a thermal spa in Kaprun on Sunday afternoon.

  • 2014-05-26 16:30:14
    Cheetahs come out to play in Vienna
    The baby cheetahs at Vienna's Zoo have made their first outing outside their birth pen and into the enclosure on Thursday, meaning they are now on view for visitors to see.
  • 2014-05-25 19:30:01
    A win for VP and a victory for the Greens in Europe
    As the last votes are cast across Europe, exit polls in Austria suggest that the Austrian People's Party (VP) has come out top in the 2014 European elections.
  • 2014-05-25 19:30:15
    Police arrest South Korean mum who threw baby in train toilet
    Austrian police have arrested a 21-year-old student from South Korea on suspicion that she murdered her baby after giving birth in a train toilet and then threw the body in a bin before carrying on with a tour of European cities.
  • 2014-05-25 12:29:02
    50 live scorpions packed in ice cream box
    A parcel courier who noticed something suspicious inside a packet being sent from Germany to Austria handed it in to police in the Austrian town of Baden who, when they opened it, found it contained 50 live scorpions.

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Glock Receives Austrian Award At Birthday Party
Austrian gun maker Gaston Glock has celebrated his 85th birthday with a huge ceremony in which the charitable work of himself and his wife Kathrin was honoured with a top Austrian award, and confirmation that this year two streets and a business park are to be named after him.

Sausage Surprise As Giant Wurst Is Pinched
Austrian police are hunting crooks who broke open a market stall and stole a 1.5 metre sausage worth over 2,000 EUR in the picture postcard village of St Michael in the region of Lungau.

Multi Coloured UFOs In Formation Over Austria
Austrian officials say they are baffled to explain a UFO sighting in which dozens of people reported seeing between 50 and 100 objects flying in formation.

Priests Furious After Porn Films Shot In Local Parish Church
A furious Austrian Catholic priest has complained to police after discovering a local woman had apparently been using his church as a studio to make porn films.

Two metre snake sends woman motorist fleeing
An Austrian motorist got a shock after noticing something hanging down from under her car and realising it was a huge two metre snake that had ended up curled around the engine.

What is on at Haydn Kino this week? (10 July - 16 July)
The following films are on at the English language cinema Haydn Kino on Mariahilfestrasse between 10 July and 16 July...

Beekeeping is booming in Vienna
People living in Vienna have got a new hobby - beekeeping.

Queen of Englands favourite horses used as lawnmowers in Vienna
Horses from the famous Spanish Riding School are being used to help keep the grass down in city parks in Vienna.

Lightning Strike Near Frankenstein Castle Hits Car On Motorway
A massive lightning bolt blew a hole in a road in the German city where the legend of Frankenstein was born that was so big police had to mount an operation to seal off a lane keep motorists safe.

Today @ Haydn: Scarface
Haydn Kino is celebrating their 100th anniversary and they want you to join them on an incredible journey to the past...


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