- McKay Interview: Adolf Ogi, former Swiss president(20 March 2017)
- FoodKind - Food and compassion to refugees
- Bodies found in burnt house were already dead
- Train derails in Lucerne - 7 injured
- Switzerland will get first of new generation cash machines
- Word of Mouth - Breaking in, breaking out and breaking up
There are around 60 million refugees and displaced people in the world today due to war, persecution & natural disasters - that's 1 in every 113 people in the world without a safe and stable ho...Read more
m4music festival takes place on the 30th March - 2nd April in Lausanne and Zurich. it's the 20th edition of the festival this year and the focus is certainly around Swiss artists. We s...Read more
Man sentenced to jail for Geneva rape08:53
A 42 year old man has been sentenced to five and a half years in jail for the rape of a 24 year old woman in Geneva in 2015.
Lucerne train services cancelled until Monday08:51
Train services in and out of Lucerne will remain cancelled until Sunday. A train derailed on Wednesday and engineers say the damage to the lines and the overhead cables are worse than they first th...
Swiss/EU relations improving08:47
Swiss relations with the EU are improving. That’s according to the new EU ambassador to Switzerland, Michael Matthiessen.
Clocks change this weekend - but the Swiss wish they didn't09:05
This Sunday the clocks go forward for summer time – but do we actually like the system?
Bodies found in burnt house were already dead09:01
Autopsy reports on two bodies found in a burnt house in Aargau have determined the victims were already dead before the fire. Police say the two people – a 59 year old man and his 50 ...
Swiss rail told to halt ticket office closures08:54
The federal government has ordered Swiss Federal Railways to put on hold its plan to close hundreds of ticket offices and third party sellers.