Democracy in Switzerland does not hinge on the parliamentary elections.
Moving overseas changes you in many ways but perhaps most surprising is the way it affects your relationship with your home country.
The ‘astronomical’ financial impact of climate change on Swiss infrastructure has been revealed in a new study.
Has this university in southern Sweden found the recipe for innovation?
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Whether you're "settled down" or still figuring out what you want to do with your life, these distinctly German words shed some light on life in your 30s.
Many of Europe’s 33 million international residents have hit something of a jackpot - at least if recent research is anything to go by.
The Berner Zungenwurst - or ‘blood tongue sausage’ - a traditional delicacy from Bern, is the latest Swiss dish to achieve EU protected status.
Moving to a new country can be challenging, even for seasoned expats. Throw relocating with a family and Switzerland’s notorious health insurance jungle into the mix and even thinking about the move can leave you feeling exhausted.
Councillors from the city of Basel, as well as representatives from the National Council, have spoken out against the Federal Council for its refusal to put in place laws that would restrict ‘gay conversion therapy’.
Stumped by what this extremely common French word actually means? Et alors? -- Now you've got the perfect opportunity to find out.
What do you do if you move abroad and can’t find your favourite beers in your local supermarket? Brew some yourself, of course. And that’s how British entrepreneur Tim Sutton found himself bringing a little taste of England to the Swiss.
Basel EuroAirport is a constant topic of discussion, with many wondering why the airport has been evacuated several times in the past months.
Robert Frank, a trailblazing documentary photographer whose raw, piercing aesthetic placed him among the 20th century's greats, has died, according to his gallery. He was 94 years old.
Critics argue that the Swiss proportional election system unfairly favours major parties and results in tens of thousands of votes being lost.
This year's Nobel Prize for Physics honoured Michel Mayor and Didier Queloz, Swiss astronomers who proved the existence of a planet orbiting a star far beyond the Earth's solar system.
Zurich's tourism director has called for the city’s shops to be allowed to open on Sunday but one union boss says the idea is a "declaration of war".
Income inequality has increased in Norway as a result of changes to the country’s tax system under successive Erna Solberg governments, according to a statistical analysis.
In a rare show of support for Switzerland, regional leaders in Austria, France, Germany and Italy have called on Brussels to give the Swiss government time to drum up support for a draft deal on the future of Swiss–EU bilateral relations.