Julia Seidl

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Born 1993, Julia C. Seidl did her first internship at "Die Presse" when she was 17. She went on to study "Journalism & Media Management" in Vienna and worked for several local news outlets such as ORF, Kurier and Falter before joining Metropole as online content and social media manager.
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Calls for Violence Against Women After Wiener Linien Anti-Manspreading Campaign

Some Internet tough guys felt attacked by the Wiener Linien’s anti-“manspreading” campaign. So they started their own.
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Education Minister Bans “Original Play”

At this club, adults play with children in kindergartens and schools on mats on the floor. Experts see this as an invitation for pedophiles and child abuse.
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Outrage Over Contracts at Lauda(motion)

Under a new contract, future flight attendants face salaries below the minimum wage, loss of job protections, and uniforms at their own expense. The union calls these terms “unacceptable”
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Constitutional Court Rejects Last Ditch Appeal Against Smoking Ban

Several nightclub owners had appealed  the absolute ban on smoking. They had one specific argument. 
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Austria’s Next Vice-Chancellor | Coalition Carousel Part II

Red, blue, green and pink: Each party has its color, each its own leader. Here, the second two of four mini portraits.
coalition

Austria’s Next Vice-Chancellor | Coalition Carousel Part I

Red, blue, green and pink: Each party has its color, each its own leader. Here, the first two of four mini portraits.

Swarovski | Salt, Silver & Crystal

He lies there in silence, motion-, and emotionless. Eyes wide open, staring into the distance while a seemingly endless stream of silvery water flows out of his mouth into a small lake under his glistening chin. He’s called The Giant, a disembodied head made from earth, grass and Swarovski crystals. Since 1995, he has been Tyrol’s […]
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strache

The Fall of Heinz-Christian Strache

The long-time FPÖ leader – recently disgraced by the Ibiza video and a scandal over his expense account –announced yesterday that he is putting his party membership on hold, calling for party unity.
strache

The FPĂ– Considers Expelling Strache

Shortly before National Assembly elections, news about the former head’s expense reports are causing a stir.