After a panel decision, a prison guard in Vienna has lost her job working as security for a local brothel.
Since it declared its everlasting neutrality on October 26, 1955, the national holiday, the Alpine country of Austria has gone from strength to strength, boasting a staggering twenty Nobel Prize laureates, including seven in physiology or medicine, five in chemistry, three in physics and one for economist Friedrich Hayek.
St Martin's Day on November 11th, also known as Martinstag or Martinmas, is a time for feasting in Austria - and those of you who are new to the country may have noticed that many restaurants and guest houses are now serving goose.
A 12-year-old schoolgirl from Carinthia stole a friend's father's debit card and went on a spending spree, racking up purchases amounting to several thousand euros.
Munich district court has given former BayernLB Chief Executive Werner Schmidt a suspended prison sentence of 18 months for bribing Austrian politician Jörg Haider when acquiring the Hypo-Alpe-Adria bank.
Want to know which Austrian region has the best and worst healthcare? Or the highest and lowest incomes? And what about the quality of housing. Read on to discover the best (and worst) that Austria's nine states have to offer.
Spain's Queen Letizia will be in Vienna on Monday 27th for the opening of the Velazquez exhibition at the Kunsthistorisches Museum.
One of the two Viennese teenage girls who is believed to have joined the jihadists in Syria, denied wanting to return home, according to a SMS interview with the French magazine Paris Match.
A conman who had offered a motor boat for sale via a classified selling website for €50,000 threatened the prospective buyer and his family with a gas pistol and fired two shots in Styria on Sunday.
A violin that belonged to musical genius Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart has been preserved inside a glass case at a museum in Mozart's hometown of Salzburg, Austria up until recently, when it was removed from its nest for the first time and brought to Korea.