housing
Vienna's population is growing fast, but the city's commitment to social housing means people in all parts of society can still afford to live here.
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viennna
Vienna continues to grow, blending into the new millennium while keeping its Old World charm. The how and the why.
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Brigitte Bierlein
Come the hour, come the woman. Leading the interim government was going to be a tough gig, but she was ready.
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Zerobin
“All components of public service – water, sewage, trash, energy – must remain in communal hands. Our public utilities belong 100% to the city. This is – and must – be important.”
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lamp
“It’s really necessary to bring all the people together and talk as often as possible. Of course, you can’t make everyone happy because people want different things – but you can try.”
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giesswein
Twice a year, Martin Giesswein goes on a “digital detox,” foregoing the internet and all devices for a couple of weeks. Not an easy task.
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pratl
“When people look at traffic lights, they see only red, yellow, and green. They have no idea about what lies beyond those colors."
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museum cover
At the Wien Museum, the US-educated Austrian scholar wants to use the incidents of history to question the way we live now. In Vienna, museums are everywhere: At last year’s Lange Nacht der Museen, over 700 took part, from the KHM, the Leopold or the Belvedere to the more off-beat dedicated to theater, toys or magic, […]
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eu parliament
Amid foreign efforts to undermine Western democracy, decisive questions increasingly can only be addressed in Brussels. So here we are, at press time, with Austria’s governing coalition deservedly in tatters. After the release of a fatally compromising video – documenting efforts to broker government contracts for illegal campaign contributions from wealthy Russians – the far-right vice […]
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