French police authorities are seeking the help of their Swiss and German counterparts in a bid to track down the stolen medical records of Formula One legend Michael Schumacher, who is now being treated at Lausanne's university hospital (CHUV).
Switzerland's German coach Ottmar Hitzfeld has said he will retire after the World Cup finals. Here is a factfile on the European coaching legend ahead of his team's match against Argentina on Tuesday:
Swiss tennis star Stan Wawrinka defeated Uzbekistan's Denis Istomin 6-3, 6-3, 6-4 on Monday to reach the Wimbledon last 16.
Switzerland-based British petrochemical firm Ineos said on Monday it had bought out BASF, the world's biggest chemicals group, from their joint venture Styrolution, which produces the styrene used to make plastics, for about $1.5 billion.
If you were thinking of entering the competition to find a new Swiss national anthem, it's too late – the deadline is today.
The public prosecutor in the canton of Valais has officially closed the investigation into the fatal bus crash in Sierre which killed 22 Belgian schoolchildren in March 2012.
Two men were arrested in Geneva on Saturday after they offered drugs to plain clothes police officers, mistaking them for potential customers.
Bern is sometimes known as the ‘city of fountains' — it is home to more than 100 of them. A tour of the oldest ones, dating back to medieval times with unusual statues such as a child-eating ogre, offers a fascinating way to get to know the Swiss capital, writes The Local's Emily Mawson.