Salzburg deputy resigns after 3bn rogue trader loss Salzburg's deputy governor and the man in charge of the province's finances has announced he plans to resign next month after an alleged rogue trader gambled away billions on risky financial market ventures.
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Demands for better sporting facilities in Austria
After Austria's disappointing return with no medals from this summer's Olympic Games in London the Austrian People's Party the ÖVP wants to make Austrian sports training facilities 'fit for the next Olympics'.
Red Bull boss replaced
The director of Red Bull Salzburg football team has been replaced just half a year after taking up his position.
Austria to act over medal drought
Austria will no longer support "Olympic tourists", the country’s sports minister Norbert Darabos said in an interview with the Kurier newspaper.
Austria Hopes to Forget the Olympics
Austria's disastrous performance in the summer Olympics has not gone unnoticed in the world where international wire agency Reuters has now put a spotlight on the total failure to get a medal.
Sky Austria setback in battle with the ORF
Pay TV Sky Sport Austria is not entitled to payments from the ORF when the state TV uses its soccer coverage as clips in news reports, an expert report to Europe's highest court says.
Jonny Walker whisks away victory at Erzberg Rodeo
Jonny Walker took victory in the Red Bull Hare Scramble at the 2012 Erzberg Rodeo on Sunday to top an all-British podium after another gruelling battle on the Iron Mountain. But there was more bad news for Graham Jarvis, who crossed the line first only to learn that he had been disqualified for missing a section early in the race.
Fog stops Erzberg Rodeo
The Red Bull Erzberg Rodeo was cancelled on Saturday on safety grounds after numerous injuries because of heavy fog.