A Swiss village at the border with France will become the first to subsidise burglary alarms for all residents after a spike in break-ins, the mayor said in comments broadcast Friday.
The Swiss telecoms giant became the first operator to go live with 5G coverage at midnight last night.
Test your knowledge of healthcare costs around the globe. You might be surprised by how much even a routine procedure like a root canal could set you back!
The business of writing a resume is a little different in every country. The Local spoke to Rebekka Affolter of Swiss recruitment website jobs.ch to find out how to stand out from the crowd in Switzerland.
Meet three High Coasters who moved to the region and started living the ‘Swedish dream’.
Bitsch is back in the news, albeit for its name.
London has always had a certain allure that pulls in entrepreneurs from near and far. As one of the world’s most connected cities, a top financial centre and a multicultural melting pot, countless professionals from Europe and beyond are drawn to London like moths to a flame.
Swiss Air Rescue (REGA) will begin to use drones to access areas that cannot be reached by helicopter.
Be honest, who hasn’t dreamed of working remotely with all the perks of employment? If you’ve got the skills, you only need to look UP to make that dream a reality.
The verdict is in: here are the top Swiss words of the year from the German, French and Italian-speaking parts of the country. Read on to find out more.
Eating is serious business in Switzerland and there is plenty of variety across the different regions. But how well do you know your Swiss food? Take our tasty quiz here to find out.
Switzerland is world-famous for its efficient tram and railway networks, but it is the nation’s roads that cost the most.
The Plan of St Gall, which dates back to approximately 825AD, is now on public display for the first time.
If next month's referendum on gun laws in Switzerland yields a 'no' result, Switzerland could be forced to leave the Schengen Area. Here is why.
Bitcoin usage for transacting with merchants has slowed down significantly worldwide with the exception of Switzerland.
There has been substantial growth in the market across all professional sectors compared to last year, with almost a fifth more job advertisements for civil servants and teachers.
German camera maker Leica has become the latest company to draw fire over an advertisement deemed offensive in China, distancing itself from a short film that broaches the taboo subject of the 1989 Tiananmen protest crackdown.
Switzerland said on Tuesday April 9th that it had restituted around $365 million (approximately 365 million CHF) from funds it seized during a corruption probe of Brazil's state oil firm Petrobras and construction giant Odebrecht.