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Extreme skiers close out the 2022 season with a colourful show
A gang of pro freeskiers and snowboarders celebrate this year’s end of season in a stunningly colourful run.
‘Lego blocks’ of solar energy could power all homes by 2030
'Power Blox' are a simple solution for electrifying the world’s most remote areas, and a quick tool during disasters.
Snowsports stars let loose with flares in incredible display of skill and colour
A spectacular display of skill and colour from some of the best freestyle skiers and snowboarders around took place in Crans-Montana in Switzerland.
What is there to do in the Swiss Alps outside of ski season?
Verbier has much more to offer than just skiing. Here’s our out of season guide to one of Switzerland’s favourite winter resorts.
Switzerland’s largest city is switching off natural gas for good
Following Russia’s invasion of Ukraine, more of Zurich’s citizens are supporting a plan to shut down natural gas networks.
Switzerland trials legal cannabis sales for recreational use
Swiss authorities have greenlit a pilot project, where a selection of people in Basel will be allowed to buy cannabis from pharmacies for recreational use.
Montreux Jazz Festival announces NFT venture
The festival, which this year features performances from Bjork, John Legend and Nick Cave, is a staple of the global music calendar.
Why doesn't Swiss wine make it out of Switzerland?
The Swiss canton of Valais, or Wallis, is a landscape of rolling hills and irrigated vineyards. So why don't you find the wine in your supermarkets?
Sepp Blatter and Michel Platini to go on trial on corruption charges
The case centres on a payment of 2 million Swiss francs to Platini that Blatter had authorised before his re-election campaign.
Serbian intelligence denies alleged murder plot on Swiss prosecutor
Dick Marty had investigated war crimes during the Kosovo War for the Council of Europe.
Environmental activists block a motorway in Switzerland
Environmental activists briefly blocked a highway near Lausanne to demand that the Swiss government take concrete and rapid action against global warming.
Can a luxury timepiece create a better future for the planet?
A number of watch brands showcased environmentally-friendly options for their products such as recycled plastic or plant-based leather alternative watch straps, but will that be enough to make a change?
Watchmaking: An industry entrenched in tradition embraces high tech
Customer experiences can now extend to a magnified live stream of the art of watchmaking.
Swiss bomb shelters are readied as international tensions mount
Russia's invasion of Ukraine has reawakened interest in Switzerland's concrete nuclear fallout shelters, built during the Cold War with enough space to shelter everyone in the country.
Top names in watchmaking display their latest creations in Geneva
Previously known as the Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie, the fine watchmaking trade show in Geneva is back physically for the first time since the pandemic, under a new name: Watches and Wonders.
How European countries are taxing Netflix to invest in cinema
As Switzerland looks to approve a law forcing Netflix to invest 4 per cent of its revenue back into Swiss cinema, we look at how other European countries are bolstering their film industries through the streamers.
This new bot on wheels can stand up like a human and drive like a car
The Swiss company hopes its robot could be used by rescue teams in dangerous environments.
Family jumped off balcony in 'collective suicide', say Swiss police
Three adults and a child died after falling from a seventh-floor balcony in Montreux. a 15-year-old boy survived but was seriously injured.
Four French family members die after falling from apartment balcony
Three adults and a eight-year-old girl have died after falling from a seventh-floor balcony in Switzerland.
Watches & Wonders 2022: 'It's like a school reunion!'
This is the first physical event under the name 'Watches and Wonders' after the organisers announced the name change from Salon International de la Haute Horlogerie at the end of 2019.
European court condemns Switzerland for COVID ban on demonstrations
Between March and June 2020, Swiss citizens faced up to three years in prison if they held public or private demonstrations.
Women's rights, ecology and torture scoop top FIFDH 2022 awards
Women's rights, ecology, and torture scoop top FIFDH awards as the Geneva film festival closes. Cinema reports.
Cannabis 'stock exchange' launches in Europe as CBD market booms
An online trading platform for cannabis products is hoping to disrupt Europe’s booming CBD market and bring more transparency to consumers.
CERN suspends Russia's observer status following Ukraine invasion
The decision is the latest falling-out among the international scientific community following Russia's invasion of Ukraine at the end of February.
The FIFDH celebrates 20 years of standing up for human rights
The International Film Festival and Forum on Human Rights (FIFDH) explores human rights violations through cinema, fiction, documentaries, and news. Cinema went to Geneva to find out more.
Chelsea Manning and Data Privacy take centre stage at FIFDH film fest
"We turned your life into a film, and your data was the script."