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He's already gained fame for keeping a promise to install a beer fountain in Vienna
Anger over 'waste' as even the dead are sent Є500 climate payout
An opposition party called it "a waste of taxpayers' money".
Austria’s benefit cuts scheme for migrants was illegal, rules EU court
The country's government had withheld social benefits from migrants if their children still lived in their home country.
From anti-vax to pro-Putin, conspiracy theorists now back Russia's war
Known for their large and sometimes violent anti-COVID-19 vaccination protests, some vaccine sceptics in Austria, encouraged by the extreme right, are now supporting Putin's Russia and its war against Ukraine.
Private detective behind 'Ibizagate' scandal convicted on drug charges
NGOs denounced the ruling as an attempt to silence whistleblowers, but prosecutors said the case had nothing to do with the scandal that brought down the government.
Austria tweaks plans over being first in EU to make vaccines mandatory
“Without obligatory vaccination, we will always lag behind,” said Austria's health minister Wolfgang Mueckstein.
New law allowing assisted suicide comes into effect in Austria
Assisted suicide is legal in Switzerland and has been decriminalised in several European countries, including Spain, Belgium, and the Netherlands.
Austrian ex-chancellor Sebastian Kurz 'to work for US Thiel Capital'
Kurz resigned as Austria's chancellor in early October amid corruption allegations and stepped away from politics earlier this month to focus on his family.
Austria to allow tightly limited right to assisted suicide
From next year, people who are chronically seriously ill or have no prospect of recovery will be able to state their will to die.
Austria's new interior minister rejects allegations of antisemitism
An open letter signed by Jewish students and academics has called for Gerhard Karner to be removed from office.
Karl Nehammer sworn in as Austria's third chancellor in two months
Nehammer's first act as chancellor was to conduct a Cabinet reshuffle, with predecessor Alexander Schallenberg returning as foreign minister.
Karl Nehammer set to become Austria's next chancellor
Nehammer needs the backing of his party’s junior coalition partners, the Greens, and the approval of Austria’s president, which is considered a formality.
Austria's Schallenberg to step down as his predecessor Kurz retires
Schallenberg says he will go when a new party leader is chosen, while his predecessor as head of government Sebastian Kurz says he is leaving politics.
Austrian MPs vote to lift Kurz's immunity in corruption trial
MPs voted to lift ex-chancellor Sebastian Kurz's parliamentary immunity.
Alexander Schallenberg replaces Kurz as Austria's new chancellor
Sebastian Kurz resigned on Saturday amid a corruption scandal. He has denied any wrongdoing.
Austrian Chancellor Kurz announces resignation over corruption claims
Opposition leaders had called for Kurz to go and planned to bring a no-confidence motion against him to parliament on Tuesday.
Austrian leader Kurz battles to stay on amid bribery allegations
Sebastian Kurz received the backing of his conservative party but the Greens, a junior partner in the coalition, have questioned his ability to stay on the job.
'More than surprising': Communists win local election in Austria
Communist candidate Elke Kahr told reporters that the magnitude of the municipal election result was "more than surprising".
Norbert Hofer steps down as leader of Austrian far-right party
"Obviously, I'm tired of hearing every day that I'm not fit for the job," Hofer told an Austrian tabloid newspaper
Austrian chancellor under investigation by anti-corruption authorities
Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz says he is under investigation by anti-corruption authorities on suspicion he made false statements to a parliamentary commission.