MP accuses Austrian government of Madoff cover up An Austrian MP has filed a series of Parliamentary questions to make public allegations that senior banking officials and others in the Alpine Republic had actively worked with Bernie Madoff to create his global Pyramid scheme.
Haydn English cinema to get a new screen
The Haydn Cinema – one of the oldest cinemas in the world still running - is soon to have the addition of a new screen. The building works are expected to come to completion in February 2012.
"Gogol, the closest" in Vienna
The presentation of the 2010-released movie "Gogol, the closest" directed by Soviet and Russian actress and film director Natalia Bondarchuk was held last week in the city's Burg Kino.
Getting Festive in Vienna
Countless Christmas markets may spring up in cities across Northern and Central Europe during the coming months, but it is Vienna’s Christkindlmarkt that deserves a special mention.
The Alpine Gastgeber Association have been in search of the photograph which best represents the beauty and diversity of the Alps
Mistletoe and Mozart in Salzburg
Nestled alongside St Peters Abbey in the heart of the old city of Salzburg is St Peter Stiftskeller. Believed to be the oldest restaurant in Europe, dating from 803 AD, the establishment also hosts, on an almost nightly basis, Mozart Dinner Concerts.
French bestseller delights Viennese theatregoers
A stage production based on Eric-Emmanuel Schmitt’s book and novel "Monsieur Ibrahim et les fleurs du Coran" has been reintroduced at the Volkstheater after it was performed to sold-out crowds last season.