Politician targets payments to old age pensioners abroad, causing an outcry.
Have you got a head for heights? Then try out the Tamina Bridge, the highest in Europe, now open in Switzerland.
Is Switzerland a country full of millionaires? 💸
DATAGRAPHIC: as Europe melts in a heatwave, swissinfo.ch has compiled more than 150 years of Swiss temperature data in graphics. It illustrates both the changing climate and hotter temperatures in recent decades.
An imam has been counselling Muslim prisoners in Swiss prisons for nearly 25 years, long before Islamic terror and radicalisation became widespread issues. Today, they are frequent topics of conversation in his sessions with inmates.
🎥 Using simple tools, this language and integration course helps Eritrean and Syrian people get a head start on the Swiss job market. http://s.swissin.fo/a7PRZEw
It's sandal weather -- how's your pedicure holding up? This 3,000-year-old "faux toe" nails all the form and function criteria.
When we posted a feature recently about tourism in Switzerland, we didn't expect such a big online response - but it seems that high prices have disgruntled a lot of Swiss abroad.
High-price island: three of the top 10 most expensive cities in the world are Swiss.
When in roam mode: European tourists planning to use their mobile phones in Switzerland might want to reconsider – and start using a hashtag like #DontCallMeInSwitzerland.
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Point de vue et observations d‘un Suisse de 55 ans ayant vécu la moitié de sa vie en Californie du Sud.
A modern-day school for witches
There are said to be around 1000 modern-day 'witches' living in Switzerland. One of them is Calluna, whose real name is Jacqueline Schaller, from Kallnach, ...
The Barry Foundation celebrated the arrival of two St Bernard litters at the end of March. The dogs were traditionally used to rescue people from avalanches in ...
Swiss army shoemakers given the boot
The Swiss army has decided not to have the new generation of boots for soldiers repaired. It's a catastrophe for Swiss shoemakers, who fear dwindling revenues ...
If you go down to the woods today
As winter sports enthusiasts are no longer bringing in money for the cable cars, Arosa is increasingly targeting summer tourism. But instead of focusing on bike ...
Quiet old age? No, thank you!
The number of elderly people in Switzerland is growing, the fastest being pensioners aged 65-84. Swiss public television, SRF met two of them and asked them ...
Helping depressed Swiss farmers
In Canton Vaud eight farmers committed suicide in 2016. One reason is that many are struggling to make a living, and that leads to depression. A pastor, who ...
A non-toxic dye for jeans
The production of most jeans involves chemicals and toxic dyes. A young engineer from Valais is now working on a new blue, that gives jeans their typical colour ...
Young people taking more interest in politics
Young people are taking to the streets to fight for what they believe in, and smartphones are partly to blame. A political scientist explains the resurgent trend.
An exclusive move for flashy cars
The historic Swiss 'Monteverdi' luxury cars have moved from Binningen in canton Basel to the Swiss Museum of Transport in Lucerne. Swiss public television ...
Ancient form of assembly rejects burka ban
By a traditional show of hands at an outdoor assembly, voters in Glarus on Sunday voted against a proposal to ban the burka in public places in the mountain ...