Nigerian filmmaker Charles Okafor and his crew have come to Bern to shoot some scenes of "The Missing Steps", a television series funded by Swiss ...
Why are rubbish bags in Switzerland different colours? What do you need to know when looking for a job? Answers in a new app.
While debating what to do with wolves is relatively is easy, it’s much harder working out their movements and exact numbers. Enter the geneticists.
The Week Ahead
Here are some of the stories we’ll bring you the week of February 20.
Deity, icon or just cattle? Cows are seen differently across cultures. An exhibition in Zurich examines the role of cows in art and society.
Officials say they no longer need several cantonal centres for housing asylum seekers. The reason: fewer asylum requests after the 2015 high.
Pascale Kramer, the Geneva novelist based in Paris, received the 2017 Swiss Grand Prize for Literature in Bern on Thursday.
Help for victims
When Jasmin D, a young woman of Tamil origin faced a forced marriage, she found support from the Bern city authorities.
What you receive on Valentine's Day could depend on where you live in Switzerland. A survey broke it down by language divide.
A young wolf has been sighted walking along the streets in two towns in the French-speaking part of Switzerland.
The director-general of the ICRC, Yves Daccord,discusses the aftermath of the attack in Afghanistan. (SRF/swissinfo.ch)
Up until the 1980s tens of thousands of people in Switzerland, like the homeless and prostitutes, were locked away for 're-education', without ...
The 'Needle Park'
The “Needle Park” in Zurich was an open drugs scene in the 1980s and early 90s when heroin users could freely inject the drug without being arrested.
From outdoors to indoors
A man who has made his home in forest near Bern must go to prison for ten days after not paying a fine for illegally setting up camp there.
A Swiss-based Iranian scientist has arrived in the United States to take up her post at Harvard, the Harvard Crimson newspaper reports.
Ballooning is clearly still popular in Switzerland, with 70 pilots attending last week’s International Festival of Balloons in Château d’Oex.
Swiss public services are now under scrutiny from spies posing as customers, hired by the government to check the cleanliness of services and ...
In honour of Roger Federer's 18th grand slam singles title, swissinfo.ch offers 18 things you might not know about the Swiss tennis champion.
The mountain village of Les Diablerets has launched a local currency known as the ‘Isenau’ to help save an endangered ski area.
Migration, education and assessment
The Swiss Agency for Cooperation and Development (SDC) will focus its work over the next four years on migration and will untertake assessments.
Gonorrhea, syphilis and other sexually transmitted infections (STIs) are becoming increasingly common in Switzerland.