🎥What can be done to make politics less polarizing? Many people shy away from discussing politics at the dinner table, but maybe this is a good opportunity to find answers to political questions.
Nick Cave, Jamiroquai, Gregory Porter, Charlotte Gainsbourg and N.E.R.D are some of the big-name acts at the 52nd Montreux Jazz Festival this summer.
Switzerland in numbers: a round-up of the most interesting statistics from the past week’s stories.
Can England learn from Swiss apprenticeships? Swiss experts give their verdict.
One year ago today, Swiss crops were suffering as freezing temperatures battered farms across Switzerland.
Gallery: Switzerland through the lens of German photographer Andreas Herzau http://s.swissin.fo/vlixqLj
Relations between Switzerland and the United States have improved under Donald Trump, says Swiss Finance Minister Ueli Maurer.
Researchers in Switzerland have developed an implant that can detect common types of cancer in the body and act as an early warning system by causing a small mole to form on skin.
Curious about the state of education in Switzerland? Here is our dossier of stories on the topic.
Hemp flowers, containing the active ingredient cannabidiol (CBD), are being produced as a tobacco replacement to be used in roll-up cigarettes, and are now being sold in Lidl shops in Switzerland. Here's an in-depth report into medicinal cannabis use in Switzerland from our archives.
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Parliament shows support for military horses
The Swiss cabinet had announced it wanted to save costs on military horses and reduce the number from 67 to 38. However, the House of Representatives has now rejected this by a majority. The...
Zurich police force want body cams for all patrol officers
Zurich city police chiefs would like all of their officers on patrol to wear body cameras after a trial period was deemed a success. But not everyone welcomes this new tool for bobbies on the...
Switzerland still very much sees colour
Racism is part of everyday life in Switzerland: in 2017, more discriminations were registered than ever before. Nouvo brings you short videos about Switzerland, Swiss current affairs and the...
Experience swissinfo.ch in 360 degrees
From the tops of the Alps to the halls of Swiss government and city streets during carnival celebrations, take a 360-degree tour of swissinfo.ch, the Swiss broadcaster's international service,...
Drug addiction: ‘I pretended I had it under control’
"True Talk" puts people in front of the camera who are fighting prejudice or discrimination. They answer questions that nobody would normally dare to ask directly. --- swissinfo.ch is the...
Wood is the future
Wooden skyscrapers: a Swiss trend that's not going anywhere. Nouvo brings you short videos about Switzerland, Swiss current affairs and the wider world. Keep up to date and watch the videos...
Online shopping scams hit western Switzerland
Fraudsters in western Switzerland are hijacking people's addresses to get their hands on goods they haven't paid for. (RTS, swissinfo.ch) --- swissinfo.ch is the international branch of the...
One in five apprenticeships are broken off
In Switzerland, one out of every five apprentices breaks off their apprenticeship. Many young people struggle to choose the right profession. Most apprenticeships are given up in hairdressing,...
The Swiss village retreat at ‘the end of the world’
Two Belgians are buying old barns in a hamlet in canton Valais and turning its houses into a hotel and meeting rooms. The economically successful project is helping to preserve the hamlet's...
Should English be used when the Swiss Abroad meet?
The use of English at official meetings of Swiss expatriates is an issue regularly tabled for discussion. --- swissinfo.ch is the international branch of the Swiss Broadcasting Corporation...