New job platform for the construction industry | Tyrolean daily newspaper online

Das neue Jobportal www.jobsambau.at bringt Unternehmen und Talente zueinander. © Foto: Adobe Stock/Rawpixel.com Good skilled workers are always in demand in the construction industry. Thanks to the positive order situation, the industry scores with stability, diverse areas of responsibility and promising career opportunities even in uncertain times. From apprentices to skilled workers to management roles, […]

How ISIS used the terrorist attack in Vienna for its propaganda

The terrorist attack on the evening of November 2, 2020 in Vienna not only revealed a complete failure of the security authorities, but also reminded people that supporters of the so-called “Islamic State” (IS) could continue to strike at any time. That was also a message from the attack, in which four people were killed […]

Kathrin Kolleritsch alias Kerosin95: “I want to exist in language” | Tyrolean daily newspaper online

Kolleritsch (geboren 1995) ist non-binär, definiert sich also weder weiblich noch männlich. © hanna fasching After a few singles, there is now an album. How did “Volume 1” come about? Kathrin Kolleritsch: Actually within a few months. The LP project has been around for a long time, but with the first lockdown in spring I […]

Egon Rainer’s “Order and Liveliness” in Innsbruck’s aut | Tyrolean daily newspaper online

Egon Rainers stapelbarer Freischwinger von 1966. © studio casali Innsbruck – “I don’t believe in furniture in the traditional sense, in the rigid construction, but much more in variable elements placed freely in the room.” A – shortened – sentence by the designer Egon Rainer, whose designs created around 1970 by Innsbruck-based aut were rediscovered. […]

“Open Club Day” in Innsbruck: 600,000 euros required | Tyrolean daily newspaper online

Innsbruck – only silence, no drinks, no music. This is how tomorrow’s “Open Club Day”, which the Innsbruck Club Commission has called, will run. In the run-up to the action, the Innsbruck Night Culture advocacy group turned to the public on Wednesday to talk about specific demands on politicians. The Club Commission approached the city […]

Xinjiang’s Confiscated Children: “If there’s an ounce of humanity left in them, Chinese authorities would stop treating people like this”

Amnesty International is publishing a report on Friday illustrating how the Chinese Communist repression is shattering Uyghur families. Parents who had left China before the intensification of the crackdown on Uyghurs and other Muslim minorities had no idea that their children would be barred from joining them.

Economy – ECB not in the driver’s seat on climate protection

Robert Holzmann (72) has been Governor of the Oesterreichische Nationalbank since September 2019. The economist, who worked for a long time at the World Bank in Washington, also has a seat on the Council of the European Central Bank (ECB) in Frankfurt, where monetary policy decisions for the euro area are made. The monetary authorities […]

Unprecedented rejection for Innsbruck Greens, coalition of four has burst | Tyrolean daily newspaper online

“The conservative majority in this House simply couldn’t get over the fact that we Greens won the election and appointed the mayor.” Uschi Schwarzl (Greens) ************************************ “That is the low point in this house. Dear Mayor, dear Greens, I don’t understand your approach to democratic decisions. “ Christoph Appler (ÖVP) ************************************ “The Greens brought about […]

Tokyo 2021 as a big dream: swimming ace Heiko Gigler wants to attack the Olympic limit

Small newspaper + Carinthia’s swimming ace Heiko Gigler (24) cracked the limit for the short course world championship in Abu Dhabi in three disciplines. The dream of the Olympic Games in Tokyo is alive. From Denise Maryodnig | 5.30 a.m., March 19, 2021 Facebook Twitter Whatsapp Carinthia’s swimming ace Heiko Gigler has big plans this […]

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