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  • Geneva hottest place over weekend

    Geneva was the hottest place in Switzerland over the weekend. Temperatures hit 37.9 degrees – according to Meteo Suisse.
  • Major roadworks planned in Geneva this summer

    For those staying in Geneva over the summer – there could be some frustration over the amount of the road works taking place.
  • Two bathers die in Limmat river

    Two bathers have died in separate accidents while bathing in the Limmat River in Zurich.
  • Geneva taxi drivers stage another anti-Uber demo

    Geneva taxi drivers are planning a demonstration this morning against the car sharing app, Uber. Last Monday, drivers stopped traffic in the centre of Geneva – today the demonstration is thought be planned around the airport.
  • Swimming and fishing in rivers could be banned

    There could be bans on fishing and swimming in some of the rivers later this week. The heat wave and lack of rain means some rivers are now at very low levels and there are concerns for wildlife – especially the fish.
  • Frontalier group also against toll plan

    The head of the European Frontaliers Association, Michel Charret, has reacted badly to the idea of imposing a toll for all those entering Geneva.