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Des festivités réussies pour la Cinquième Suisse et le public bernois
Readers didn't hold back when commenting on our story yesterday that the burka and niqab had been banned in canton St Gallen.
Young adults to pay less due to redistribution of costs.
As the Swiss parliament prepares to debate the issue of salary equality, here's how work has changed over the years – for both genders.
Portrait of an Eritrean refugee learning a trade in Switzerland
An attempt in 2006 to reach an agreement failed.
According to organizers, the rally in Bern on Saturday in support of equal pay attracted some 20,000 people.
A restorer works on a fresco of St. Martin in a 1400-year-old monastery in eastern Switzerland.
Following a scandal over illegal subsidies, the state-owned PostBus must hand back
CHF205.3 million to the government, cantons, and communes.
“I think this is more of a shame than a problem that Switzerland is not party to the treaty, as this is all about protecting the public health of the population,” the head of the Framework Convention on Tobacco Control Secretariat, Vera Luiza da Costa e Silva, told reporters at the United...
Two-thirds of voters in one of Switzerland's 26 cantons have banned face-coverings, including burkas, in public.
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Swiss species on the endangered list
Nearly half of all domestic breeds in Switzerland are at risk of disappearing. The ProSpecieRara foundation is campaigning against this, but they need breeders ...
When it comes to day trippers, Lucerne tops Venice
Around nine million tourists visit the picturesque Swiss city of Lucerne every year. It's estimated that, when it comes to the number of day trippers per inhabitant, ...
Government minister hopes for a bigger role of direct democracy in Italy
Riccardo Fraccaro has been a regular participant at the Global Forum on Modern Direct Democracy. But for the first time he now takes part in his new role as ...
Teen mum: I wouldn't change it for the world
"True Talk" puts people in front of the camera who are fighting prejudice or discrimination. They answer questions that nobody would normally dare to ask ...
A Swiss satellite in space
The University of Bern collaborated with the European Space Agency to create a new satellite that will be off to discover new planets in 2019. Nouvo brings you ...
Lucerne: overcrowded by tourists?
How many tourists are too many? The city of Lucerne is thinking of new ways to deal with the enormous amount of daily visitors it has. Nouvo brings you short ...
Drones on tour with the Swiss national circus
When tradition meet innovation, the result can be quite stunning: here's what the Swiss national circus has done for its latest tour. Nouvo brings you short videos ...
Parts of US plane wreck pulled from glacier 70 years on
Parts of a wrecked US military plane have been recovered from melting glacier ice 70 years after it made an emergency landing in the Alps. --- swissinfo.ch is the ...
Switzerland's losing out on snow
There's less and less snow in Switzerland and now the University of Geneva has come up with a new way of tracking this. Nouvo brings you short videos about ...
Stepping up for wage transparency
People don't usually talk about how much money they make... so why would they post about it online? Nouvo brings you short videos about Switzerland, Swiss ...