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  • Haider 'eyed Iraq cooperation in 2008'
    Late right-wing leader Jörg Haider tried to create business connections between the province of Carinthia and Iraq two years after the execution of dictator Saddam Hussein, it has been claimed.
  • Fekter fights 'noisy' butchery
    People’s Party (ÖVP) Interior Minister Maria Fekter has complained about the planned reopening of a slaughterhouse – over fears of "unbearable noise pollution".
  • Right-wing anger over mosques call
    Freedom Party (FPÖ) officials have hit out at Anas Schakfeh, president of the Austrian Islamic Denomination (IGGiÖ), for calling for a mosque in all nine provinces.
  • Schmied shamed by spending spree revelation
    Social Democratic (SPÖ) Education Minister Claudia Schmied is in hot water for splashing out more than 350,000 Euros on ads in a Viennese tabloid in less than two years.
  • Ministry gives 'disgraceful' €200,000 for Pakistan aid
    The Austrian agriculture ministry has come under fire for providing just 200,000 Euros of immediate aid for victims of flooding in Pakistan.
  • Mayor sceptical about some tax proposals
    Vienna Social Democratic (SPÖ) Mayor Michael Häupl said today (Tues) that he was sceptical about proposals for some new taxes.
  • ÖVP sceptical about subsidy cuts
    The People’s Party (ÖVP) is sceptical about the cuts in agricultural and economic subsidies called for by its governing coalition partner Social Democratic Party (SPÖ).
  • Häupl calls FPÖ poster
    Vienna Social Democratic (SPÖ) Mayor Michael Häupl said today (Tues) that a Freedom Party (FPÖ) campaign poster was the "lowest and nastiest provocation that could occur in public."
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