Jungfrau Zeitung – Both loans approved

EDU Ortspartei Unterseen | 20. November 2020 The local party is behind the intention to renovate the lower school building and to convert the medical aid station into a parking lot. The EDU local party Unterseen supports both proposals, which will be submitted to the voters at the ballot box for a decision on November … Read more

Jungfrau Zeitung – Yes to education and the budget

SP Unterseen | 14. November 2020 The renovation of the lower school building, a new parking lot at the school building and the 2021 budget met with approval from the SP. Two proposals will be decided on November 29th at the Unterseener urn. The community meeting takes place on November 30th, where it is primarily … Read more

Jungfrau Zeitung – “Each of us must become our own tell”

Interlaken | October 25, 2020 Among other things, the casting for the main character will take place at the Tellspiele this weekend. Pascal Minder played the Swiss national hero back in 2019, and he would like to repeat this in 2021. Does his acting skills match the expectations of the new director? Who will be … Read more

Virgin newspaper – Trauffer build his world – with Hotel and Restaurant

Hofstetten | 20. June 2020 Marc A. Trauffer plant on the Site of the Old sawmill Amacher the “Trauffer world of experience” with Hotel and Restaurant. The visitor center is located in close proximity to the Ballenberg open-air Museum and is annually attracting tens of thousands of visitors. 2022 is supposed to be opening. Wooden … Read more

Jungfrau Zeitung – Mysterious syndrome in children

Clinical picture | May 19, 2020 Experts suspect that Sars-CoV-2 triggers an overreaction of the immune system in the affected children. Instead of protecting the body, the immune system then attacks the tissues and organs. Ten cases of children and adolescents have occurred in Switzerland since the beginning of March. Persistent fever, severe abdominal pain, … Read more

Jungfrau Zeitung – Mysterious syndrome in children

Clinical picture | May 19, 2020 Experts suspect that Sars-CoV-2 triggers an overreaction of the immune system in the affected children. Instead of protecting the body, the immune system then attacks the tissues and organs. Ten cases of children and adolescents have occurred in Switzerland since the beginning of March. Persistent fever, severe abdominal pain, … Read more