In a meeting behind closed doors in Austria this week, the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) decided to maintain their target for oil barrel production at 30 million a day.
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27. 11. 13 - 16:34
This Saturday sees the opening of the Stuhleck Ski Resort in Semmering, Styria.
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The last leg of coalition talks between the Social Democrats (SPO) and The People's Party (OVP) are being held up by disagreements over the sale of state-owned shares in large Austrian companies.
Reducing the government stake in the Austrian Post may make it easier to trade and spark investor interest, analysts have suggested
The architect firm Bramberger from Graz has won a competition to build a new campus in the city of Vallach in Carinthia.
Austria has taken a step forward in the move to unify Europe's air traffic control systems by implementing the latest software from the Co-operation of Air Navigation Service providers (COOPANS).
The Austrian Institute for Wood Technology claims to have come up with a new technique for making wood see-through thanks to an idea by two 18-year-old students.
Producers of the legendary Viennese Gemischter Satz will be able to display the Districtus Austriae Controllatus (DAC) geographical indicator and quality seal on their wines from the 2013 vintage onwards.
Stories of the day
- Iran nuclear meeting to be held in Vienna
- Austria sees biggest increase in property prices in Europe
- A scary week for children as Krampus goes on the hunt
- Talks with China begin on high-speed railway from Vienna to Black Sea
- Austrian oil and gas industry report published
- Austria paving the way in air traffic control
Inspiration and initiative, rather than bans and regulations should motivate the citizens to adopt more sustainable lifestyles in future.
A win against Austria Vienna tomorrow could see Zenit St Petersburg through to the next stage of the UEFA Championship League.
The following films are on at the English language Haydn Cinema on the Mariahilferstrasse between December 12th and December 18th.
Singer Robbie Williams will play 2,300 meters up the side of a mountain next year as he performs his new album in the Alps with an full big band supporting him.