Originally from southern Serbia, he moved to Vienna in 2013 to study German Philology. He is an aspiring journalist whose passions include history, music and French pastries.
The coronavirus is shaping our lives. Here’s what happened in regards to COVID-19 in Austria in the week of October 18-24, 2021.
In future, people in Austria will receive catastrophe warnings delivered to their cell phones via an SMS emergency system
Polling analyst Sabine Beinschab was arrested on Tuesday, October 12 in connection with the Conservative Party (ÖVP) scandal
New Austrian Chancellor speaks: While VP and Greens call for stability, opposition parties see Kurz influence as a democratic threat
After months of closed restaurants and distancing measures, Austrian vintners are regaining their footing, adapting to modern sales tactics during the year of COVID-19.
The coronavirus is shaping our lives. Here’s what happened in regards to COVID-19 in Austria in the week of August 23-29, 2021.
The government is once again tightening coronavirus measures after the relative summer calm, bracing the country for a potential fourth wave after the number of Covid-19 infections nears 1,000 new cases per day.
The Austrian Education Ministry's new plan hopes to guarantee a low-risk return to classrooms this fall.
Three of the four suspects are asylum seekers with criminal records and denied applications, leaving the government struggling to explain why they had yet to be deported.
A non-partisan initiative seeks to raise awareness against corruption and protect Austria’s separation of powers and freedom of the press.
After police dispersed a large gathering on Karlsplatz with riot gear, stakeholders seek to address the needs of Vienna’s youth.
Food & Drink
Cornelia and Andreas Diesenreiter prove that sustainability is delicious.
The controversial website has been temporarily removed after an incident involving the right-wing "Identitären" movement.
The coronavirus is shaping our lives. Here’s what happened in regards to COVID-19 in Austria in the week of June 6-13, 2021.
As opportunities dry up in the West, COVID-19 has compelled many to return to Central and Eastern Europe in search of a brighter future.
The Austrian government ended quarantine requirements for several countries on May 19. But entry from many others remain restricted – especially those affected by COVID-19 variants.
With negotiations concluded, the "hell of all hells" will now be turned into a "place of remembrance," memorial and education center.
Recent reports from Transparency International and Reporters without Borders show that corruption in Central, Eastern and Southeastern Europe is on the rise as freedom of the press plummets.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel testified before the German Bundestag last Friday regarding her actions on behalf of the now disgraced company.
Austria's fintech sector has recorded exponential growth in the last five years, with new startups seemingly popping up every month. These fresh and innovative companies are rapidly becoming an integral part of the financial system.
Rents for private housing in Vienna are becoming increasingly less affordable, a new TU study finds.
Vienna is becoming an international hub for the health and life science industry, which generates €3.4 billion in revenue. At Vienna UP'21, meet the biotech and medtech players whose innovations save lives and transform public health
After 15 months leading Austria’s response to the pandemic, the widely respected leader stepped down on April 13.
The creative industries are a leverage for the whole economy, making Austria’s creatives a competitive force on a global scale. At the innovation festival, Vienna UP'21, the sector and the people in it are front and center
Coronavirus in Austria
The coronavirus is shaping our lives. Here’s what happened in regards to COVID-19 in Austria in the week of April 5 to April 11, 2021.
Coronavirus in Austria
The coronavirus is shaping our lives. Here’s what happened in regards to COVID-19 in Austria in the week of March 29 to April , 2021.
City officials remain optimistic as they try to find new ways to attract investors.
As the pandemic adds more strain to the system, Vienna’s immigration authority introduces new measures to combat delays.
A year after the start of the pandemic, trust in the government has plummeted to new lows, as frustrations mount amid evidence of a new ÖVP scandal.
10,000 maskless protestors marched on Sunday, Jan 31 against COVID-19 restrictions, despite a governmental ban.
Southeastern Europe is one of the world's fastest shrinking regions. What drives so many young and well-educated abroad?
With the start of the pandemic, the Donau University in Krems began researching the impacts of the crisis on the moods and well-being of Austrians, with one in five affected.
After a rocky start and complaints about long waiting times, the City Council had to completely overhaul its initial program. Since then great strides have been made towards more accessible testing all around town, by bus, tram or bicycle.
The mayor’s delegation will meet with all the parties before formal coalition negotiations begin on October 26.