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26 mins ago
A Tale of Two Clubs: The Battle of Tradition vs. Commercialization in Austrian Football

Clash of the Titans: Austria Salzburg vs. RB Salzburg In a stunning development in the Austrian football scene, ...

26 mins ago
Interrogating Political Influence on Media: The ORF Foundation Council Case

Armin Wolf and the Constitutional Court Hearing Armin Wolf, a notable figure in journalism and a renowned anchor...

27 mins ago
APA-OTS: The Vanguard of Multimedia Press Information in Austria

APA-OTS: A Multimedia Press Distribution Powerhouse As the digital age persistently transforms the way people ac...

2 hours ago
Austrian Parliament Supports Pink Ribbon Campaign After Five-Year Hiatus

The Return of the Pink Ribbon to the Austrian Parliament After a five-year hiatus, the Austrian Parlia...

2 hours ago
A Crossroads in Abortion Services: The Debate in Vorarlberg

The Status Quo In the region of Vorarlberg, the provision of abortion services hangs in the balance as...

2 hours ago
Water Contamination Concerns: Boil Water Advisory Issued in Two Communities

Discovery of Contamination Raises Alarm Due to concerns about potential water contamination, residents...

3 hours ago
Austria Upholds Anti-Nazi Law: Man Faces Prosecution for Displaying Nazi Tattoos

Austrian Man’s Nazi Tattoos Spark Legal Action In an unprecedented case, a 32-year-old man from ...

Revamping the Fee Structure: Austria's National Broadcaster ORF Makes a Move
A Shift in the ORF Billing System In a significant reform, Austria's national broadcaster, ORF (Österreichischer Rundfunk), is changing its fee structure. The new law, set to take effect in January 2024, introduces major modifications to how ORF fees are collected. The GIS Gebühren Info Service GmbH previously set the broadcast fees based on radio and television ownership. However, the law mandates that the ORF Beitrag Service GmbH will start collecting the ORF fee and the provincial levy according to the main residence address. This results in a paradigm shift in the billing system as everyone will contribute to the ORF fee, irrespective of their ownership of traditional broadcasting devices. The fee has been standardized at €15.30 per month from January 2024. Closure of the "Streaming Loophole" The new law also addresses the closure of the "streaming loophole". Before this law, individuals who did not...
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Revamping the Fee Structure: Austria's National Broadcaster ORF Makes a Move
5 hours ago
A Life Melody: Remembering Marie-Thérèse Escribano, the Versatile Performer
A Legendary Life in the Arts Marie-Thérèse Escribano, an artist whose talent spanned numerous genres and continents, passed away recently, leaving behind a legacy that will continue to inspire and influence the world of art. Escribano’s life was a symphony of creativity, as she seamlessly moved from classical opera to avant-garde music, from medieval melodies
5 hours ago
Fierce Encounter: SK Rapid Wien Vs Union Gurten in the ÖFB Cup
  Anticipating a Historic Clash The football world is eagerly awaiting an upcoming match in the Austrian Football Association Cup (ÖFB Cup), where the popular SK Rapid Wien is set to confront Union Gurten. The match, scheduled for the 25th or 26th of September, 2023, has already started creating a buzz among fans and pundits
5 hours ago
Endlich wieder Feia: A New Album from Martin Rotheneder
A Solo Project from a Jazz Guitarist Martin Rotheneder, a seasoned musician from St. Pölten, has launched a new album titled “Endlich wieder Feia” under his own label, Violet Noise Records. The album, which is available in CD, Vinyl, and Digital formats, delves into themes of arrival, listening, and identity search. A trained jazz guitarist,
Northern Lights Enchant the Skies of Carinthia, Austria: A Rare Natural Spectacle

Northern Lights Enchant the Skies of Carinthia, ...

Unveiling the Northern Lights in Austria The early morning sky of Carinthia, Austria, was bathed in an ethereal red hue around 4:0...

Political Landscape Heats Up: Franz Hörl's Potential Third Term

Political Landscape Heats Up: Franz Hörl's Pote...

Political Landscape Changes as Hörl Contemplates Third Term A recent report has revealed that Franz Hörl, a distinguished politi...

Amicable Resolution: The Case of the Historic Café Landtmann's Rental Dispute

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Amicable Resolution: The Case of the Historic Café Landtmann...

A Shift in the ORF Billing System In a significant reform, Austria's national broadcaster, ORF (Österreichischer Rundfunk), is changing its fee structure. The new law, set to take effect in January 2024, introduces major modifications to how ORF fee...

Resurrecting Time: Daniel Wisser's "Null, Eins, Zwei" and it...

A Time Capsule of Three Decades Author Daniel Wisser has released his latest novel “Null, Eins, Zwei”, launched at Kog...

Wage Wars: Metal Workers in Austria Demand Hefty Pay Increas...

Metal Workers Demand 11.6% Wage Increase In Austria, metal workers, represented by the Federation of Austrian Industries (FMTI), a...

Austrian Literary Program 'erLesen' Reinvents Itself: A More...

  Revamped Format of ‘erLesen’ Austrian television channel ORF 3’s acclaimed literary program ‘erLese...

Encouraging Retirees to Work: An Innovative Approach to Addr...

  The Labor Shortage Paradox In the face of an increasingly paradoxical labor market, characterized by near-full employment b...

The Celestial Dance: Understanding the Rare Red Aurora Phenomenon
Unfolding the Spectacle: Red Aurora over Vorarlberg On a typical Monday morning, residents of Vorarlberg witnessed a rare and breathtaking spectacle. The sky over this Austrian region underwent a transformation, lighting up in red hues not once, but twice. This extraordinary event, captured by several webcams, left both spectators and scientists in awe. Despite the beauty of this celestial dance, one prominent scientist expressed regret for not being present in person - Astrophysicist Robert Seeberger. According to Seeberger, the distinct red color of these polar lights indicates their occurrence at an altitude of around 200 kilometers above the Earth's surface. Contrarily, the more commonly observed green polar lights take place at lower altitudes. Both forms of these lights involve oxygen, but their colors vary due to the difference in altitude. The solar storm responsible for these lights occurred approximately tw...
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The Celestial Dance: Understanding the Rare Red Aurora Phenomenon
The Glyphosate Dilemma: Austria's Stand Against Prolonged Authorization

The Glyphosate Dilemma: Austria's Stand Against Prolonged Authorization...

Austria’s Vote Against Glyphosate Austria has declared its intention to vote against a proposal to extend the authorization of the controversial weedkiller, glyphosate, at the EU member states’ vote due in October. This announcement was made by the Austrian Ministry of Agriculture, referring back to ...

Revival of Intrigue & Debate: A Look at ORF 1's Returning Program and the Art of Weather Forecasting

Revival of Intrigue & Debate: A Look at ORF 1's Returning Program and the Art of Weather Forecasting...

A Return to Open Debate and Intrigue The world of television is poised for an exciting shake-up as a popular program on ORF 1 makes its highly anticipated return. Known for its open debates and intriguing narratives, the program is set to air every Monday, offering viewers a weekly dose of entertainment that goe...

Austria to Implement Single-Use Deposit Scheme in 2025

Austria to Implement Single-Use Deposit Scheme in 2025...

Introduction of Single-Use Deposit System As part of its efforts to enhance recycling rates and safeguard nature, the Austrian government has declared its intentions to implement a single-use deposit system in 2025. Mirroring parallel initiatives in countries like Germany, the plan involves a 25-cent deposit on ...

Behind Closed Doors: Muttaqi's Meeting with Austrian Delegation
Afghan-Pakistan Relations

Behind Closed Doors: Muttaqi's Meeting with Austrian Delegation...

Afghan-Pakistan Relations: The Historic Gathering In a surprising international encounter, a representative from Austria’s far-right Freedom Party recently met with Amir Khan Muttaqi in Kabul. This dialogue, worthy of note due to its rarity and potential ripple effects, represents one of the few instances ...

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