Oo. Volksblatt: “The train is rolling…” (by Dominik HENNERBICHLER)

2023-12-11 20:12:05 Issue dated December 12, 2023 Linz (OTS) – Slowly but surely the new light rail system is picking up speed. Not literally yet, but figuratively. “Finally! “It was about time,” one or two impatient commentators could be heard shouting yesterday. But the preparation and planning for such a huge project, a “project of … Read more

TIROLER TAGESZEITUNG “Leading article” edition from Saturday, November 25, 2023, by Carmen Baumgartner-Pötz: “As you are to me, so I to you”

2023-11-24 23:01:05 Innsbruck, Vienna (OTS) – An election year with two investigative committees promises a compressed political mudslinging. This is doing a disservice to parliamentarism, contrary to all pious protestations. Andreas Hanger is at least honest about the ÖVP’s motives: The investigative committee proposed by his party – the working title “red-blue swamp” became just … Read more

TIROLER TAGESZEITUNG “Editorial” from Thursday, November 23, 2023, by Michael Sprenger: “Politics and the secret records”

2023-11-22 23:13:58 Innsbruck, Vienna (OTS) – The ÖVP has a real problem with the secretly recorded Pilnacek statements. In terms of content, because she has a real beef with Sobotka, but also because she denounces methods that are by no means foreign to her. Where should you start? With the presumption of innocence. In any … Read more

TIROLER TAGESZEITUNG “Leading article” edition from Wednesday, November 22, 2023, by Peter Nindler: “Government again with old postal haggling”

2023-11-21 23:00:11 Innsbruck (OTS) – The long shadow of the affair surrounding ex-state councilor Hannes Tratter (VP) is catching up with the ÖVP and SPÖ. The black-red state government is still trying to ride it out, but it cannot shake off the fall from grace. With the Tratter case, the black-red state government has gambled … Read more

TIROLER TAGESZEITUNG “Editorial” from Tuesday, November 21, 2023, by Wolfgang Sablatnig: “The great void in education policy”

2023-11-21 00:18:37 Innsbruck, Vienna (OTS) – Education needs to be talked about. It has been a long time since any minister has addressed the question of how schools can prepare today’s children for the lives of tomorrow. Activism with a high school diploma doesn’t help either. The Young Reds’ argument sounds logical: Anyone who has … Read more

TIROLER TAGESZEITUNG “Editorial” from November 20, 2023 by Peter Nindler “Too many questions, too few answers”

2023-11-19 23:00:10 Innsbruck (OTS) – The black-red state government has maneuvered itself into an obvious decision-making vacuum. At the end of the year, the government’s engine is sputtering, and at the same time the distrust of the opposition is increasing month by month. The challenges in the state are great, but the black-red state government … Read more

TIROLER TAGESZEITUNG AM SUNDAY “Editorial” edition of November 12, 2023, by Michael Sprenger: “On a left-wing course to the Chancellery”

2023-11-11 21:00:32 Can Babler become chancellor? This question can probably only be answered if he is to be sworn in to this office. At least the party conference was not a stumbling block. Innsbruck (OTS) – After the chaotic party conference, when Andreas Babler was only able to celebrate his narrow success in the fight … Read more

Tyrolean daily newspaper “Leitartikel” from November 4th, 2023 by Marco Witting “Everything on one card”

2023-11-03 21:00:37 Innsbruck (OTS) – The poker for the mayor’s chair in Innsbruck has long been open. The somewhat united bourgeois camp around Florian Tursky will hype the duel with incumbent Georg Willi and declare a choice of direction. All in – in the political poker game surrounding the Innsbruck municipal council elections in 2024, … Read more