Thursday, 23. May 2013
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Austrian law firms in anti-corruption alliance
Austrian law firms are taking part in a new global network to tackle financial crime and provide assistance to victims.
Long Night of the Churches
Hundreds of churches Austria-wide to open their doors for the "Long Night of the Churches" (original: "Langen Nacht der Kirchen") on May, 24.
Fireman Finds Dead Son In Mangled Car Wreck
A fireman made a tragic discovery when he was called out to a car accident to find the dead victim pulled from the mangled wreck was his own son.
Cheapskate Tourist Almost Died In Sewer Visit
A German tourist had a lucky escape after he decided to go underground to get a view of the Vienna sewers, and fell badly breaking several bones including his hip and his leg.
Cable Car Ride Not For The Faint Hearted
Passengers need a good head for heights to enjoy this viewing platform - located on top of the new cable car that is now running in the Dachstein mountain region in Styria, Austria.
Preparation for Life Ball begins
The preparations of the Life Ball in Vienna are at full blast after delays due to bad weather last weekend. Star guests like Eva Longoria and Carmen Electra are expected at Vienna Airport on Friday.
Internet bullying on the rise
Cyber bullying (bullying on the Internet) is becoming more common among children and teenagers. Some comments or photos are humiliating and offensive and have severe consequences.
Kid falls off pony and ends up under car
A seven-year-old child fell from a pony in Kössen, district of Kitzbühel (Tyrol) yesterday (Tues) afternoon. The child fell directly in front of a car and was severely injured.
Schwedenbomben rescue fails
Niemetz, the Austrian manufacturer of the "Schwedenbomben" confectionary, could not be saved. More than 4.1 million Euros had to be transferred to the liquidator until 21 May; as this did not happen, the factory will be sold immediately.
Baumgartner tax row
The tax proceedings of the extreme sportsman Felix Baumgartner are still underway. Mr Baumgartner told the Austria Press Agency that he asked the Independent Finance Senate (UFS) to resolve his case.
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