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Covid-19 impact Swiss want to work from home more frequently after pandemic

Four out of five Swiss residents say they would like to work from home more regularly after the coronavirus pandemic is over, according to a survey. 

This content was published on April 2, 2020 12:30 PM

Production line Helping people to breathe

Production has been stepped up at a company in eastern Switzerland that makes breathing machines, as health services struggle to help a growing ...

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Moving pictures Kosovan filmmakers focus on brighter future

Filmmakers in the Balkan state of Kosovo are helping to inspire and empower people, and that’s why Switzerland is supporting them.

‘Papyrus’ project   Geneva regularises almost 2,400 clandestine immigrants  

Canton Geneva has regularised 2,390 non-official immigrants under its now completed ‘Papyrus’ scheme, officials said on Friday.

This content was published on February 21, 2020 1:50 PM

Cultural activists Young people help to reanimate a war-torn city

“I feel needed here” Swiss/Kosovar filmmaker returns to his ethnic roots

Landscapes and flora The lost world of Swiss Alpine biodiversity

An illustrated volume containing some of the first colour images of Swiss landscapes traces the beginnings of research into ecosystems. 

Nature  Red-backed shrike is bird of the year

The red-backed shrike has been voted Bird of the Year 2020 by nature conservation group BirdLife Switzerland. 

This content was published on January 30, 2020 10:25 AM

Factory farming Swiss government gives animal welfare a boost

The government wants enshrine animal dignity in the Swiss constitution, but it has come out against a more detailed initiative by rights groups. 

This content was published on January 29, 2020 3:36 PM

Coronavirus Health office confirms no cases of coronavirus in Switzerland

The two people had been kept in isolation after returning from a trip to China and showing signs of an infection. 

This content was published on January 28, 2020 12:38 PM

Covid-19    Coronavirus expected to hit Swiss tourism industry

Officials say the coronavirus outbreak could lead to a 30-50% drop in the number of Chinese tourists to the Alpine country in the coming weeks.

This content was published on January 28, 2020 9:52 AM