» Sports 2012-05-31
Marcel Koller has taken a stand on his predecessor’s policies.
» Sports 2012-05-23
Manchester United have signalised interest in David Alaba.
» Panorama 2012-05-22
The Austrian Times has once again searched the book publishing market of German-speaking Europe to list some of the most interesting releases of the past weeks and months.
» Panorama 2012-05-18
Mike Supancic is touring Austria.
» Panorama 2012-05-15
Tim Burton’s new film and a satirical comedy are now on at the Burgkino Vienna.
» Panorama 2012-05-01
Plays by Nobel Prize in Literature laureate Elfriede Jelinek, Ferdinand Raimund and Johann Nepomuk Nestroy will be performed at the Burgtheater (www.burgtheater.at) next season.
» Panorama 2012-04-26
Publishing houses have released lots of great new books in the past months. The Austrian Times offers an overview.
» Sports 2012-04-26
Hans Grugger quits professional skiing.
» Panorama 2012-04-18
Alexander Wiegold’s attempt to create a gripping stage version of Stanislaw Lem’s famous novel "Solaris" can be considered as a full success.
» Sports 2012-04-18
Bayern Munich ace David Alaba is optimistic regarding his team’s chances of reaching the UEFA Champions League final.
» Panorama 2012-04-17
Insight reports from China, a gripping portrait of football hooligans and corrupt club bosses in Eastern Europe (EE) and an analysis of the increasingly powerful Tea Party are certain to delight bookworms this spring.
» Panorama 2012-04-10
Radio star Gernot Kulis is touring Austria.
» Sports 2012-04-05
Klaus Kröll has broken his leg in a motocross accident.
» Panorama 2012-04-05
Gunkl – one of Austria’s most gifted stage entertainers – is performing a new programme.
» Panorama 2012-04-04
A new German version of one of Norwegian playwright Henrik Ibsen’s most popular plays has convinced critics and audiences.
» Panorama 2012-04-03
Maschek are preparing to get back on the stage.
» Panorama 2012-03-28
One of Austria’s most renowned spoken word artists has presented his latest programme while a Dutch bluesman tours the country.
» Panorama 2012-03-23
A wonderful new play by Roland Schimmelpfennig is now on at a Viennese theatre while the Burgkino screens "Les Neiges du Kilimandjaro", a new movie by French filmmaker Robert Guediguian.
» Panorama 2012-03-22
A stage situated in the heart of Vienna is currently drawing the crowds with a new production based on an award-winning play by late British playwright Anthony Shaffer.
» Panorama 2012-03-16
German and Austrian publishing houses have recently released many interesting books. The Austrian Times offers an overview.
» Panorama 2012-03-13
A fascinating exhibition examining how political leaders are using the power of photography to their benefit is now on display at a Viennese museum.
» Sports 2012-03-09
Werder Bremen star Marko Arnautovic will be sidelined for more than a month after injuring his knee while playing with his dog.
» Panorama 2012-03-07
The Austrian Times would like to recommend these eight new books.
» Panorama 2012-03-05
Museums, theatres and cinemas in Vienna’s old town are offering a broad range of first-class entertainment in the coming weeks.
» Panorama 2012-03-02
Celebrated TV comedians and a renowned newspaper columnist are at the ready to entertain the crowds at a Viennese theatre.
» Panorama 2012-03-01
Exciting exhibitions are on display at two of Vienna’s most popular cultural institutions.
» Panorama 2012-02-29
The Volkstheater Vienna currently offers a wide spectrum of plays ranging from a legendary musical drama to a popular farce.
» Panorama 2012-02-28
The Arab spring, a very personal portrait of Helmut Qualtinger and insights into one of Vienna’s best known bars – publishing houses in Austria and Germany are currently offering manifold reading pleasures.
» Panorama 2012-02-21
A new play by Roland Schimmelpfennig is now on at the Akademietheater while one of the best places for English-language stage productions in Central Europe offers "Time Stands Still".
» Panorama 2012-02-17
Publishing houses in Austria and Germany have released a string of exciting new books in the past months. The Austrian Times would like to take the opportunity to present some of them.
'Carnival of Languages' in Vienna
A "Carnival of Languages" is being put on in Vienna in March to celebrate the third birthday of the language centre Eton Institute in the city.
Fashion students graduate with style
Last Saturday the fashion students from Vienna’s A-College held a fashion show for their graduating class at the MGC Modecenter.
English graffiti artists arrested in Austria
Austrian police say they have caught an internationally active graffiti artist from the UK together with three pals who now face up to 5 years in jail and a bill for thousands for the clean up work.
Irish banker in Austria with two wives
An Irish banker who worked for the World Bank in Vienna is being investigated by Austrian police after he was found to have two wives and children with both when he died suddenly, apparently of a natural death.
Police stop people carrier with 42 Romanians inside
Austrian police who stopped a people carrier licensed for nine people found it carrying a total of 42 people from Romania.
Another F1 Driver Hospitalised by Ski Accident
Austrian Formula 1 driver Gerhard Berger, 54, suffered a broken hip and has been hospitalised after suffering an accident very similar to that of fellow ex-driver Michael Schumacher.
Austrian Relieved To Only be Dead On Paper
Austrian man Christian Kozel, 29, discovered he was dead when uniformed police officers turned up at his home in Salzburg at the weekend.
What is on at Burg Kino this week (7 March - 13 March)
See what films are on this week at the Burg Kino on the Opernring.
Police catch graffiti-villain of Vienna
A graffiti sprayer, named "Puber" has been one of the main "villains" of Vienna for almost a year. He has filled almost the half of the city with his drawings. Now, a suspect, alleged to be the notorious sprayer himself is in the police custody of Vienna and may face up to five years in prison.
Apartment sales drop in Austria
According to the brokerage firm Re/Max, the number of the real estate sales in Austria has declined around 8.3% in the last year. The exact number of properties which were sold and bought accounts to over 80,000 units, which translates into 16 billion euros. Apartments were the most popular type of property sold last year, accounting for 28,000 of the units sold, but there has still been a 9.3% decrease from the last year.
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